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Avatar f tn 1) mental fatigue (with poor attention, memory, concentration, retention, etc.) with ADHD and other learning disabilities. 2) Physical fatigue (times of low blood pressure, feeling "lazy," poor motivation, easily winded-feeling, unrefreshed, need to sleep long hours, unalert until late morning/afternoon, naps, brief sleep interuptions, post nasal drip, etc.) 3) Easily stressed, affecting mental/emotional/physical, twice even leading to brief agitation and atypical psychosis.
Avatar n tn im trying natural approach and while i see some improvement inattention is still pretty bad, probably going back to strattera and see if it can work albeit not optimal as my son has non verbal learning disability dx as well which overlaps with adhd and does not respond well to stimulants....
Avatar n tn We tried putting my 9 year old son (who has ADHD) on Concerta about a month ago and after about 4 days, he started frequently rolling his eyes involuntarily up and to the right. We took him off immediately, but the symptoms have persisted. I'm not sure if it was caused by the Concerta, as he'd previously been on it for a month about a year ago and did not display the eye rolling. Does anyone know if there is a correlation, and if this is something that will stop?
Avatar m tn This has been discussed at length in the past. Use the search feature and archives to read about this. Also the section on emedicine is good.
Avatar f tn You can sign into Medscape or Emedicine and query their records for Nutcracker Esophagus. You'll find treatment options. But I don't think you'll find anything on suggestions for docs. There are very few sites that talk about specific docs.
Avatar m tn If it is arteritic then large doses of oral cortison are needed to get the sed rate down. The section on emedicine is especially good. If its non-arteritic there is no treatment for the eye problem and visual recovery is usually good. Again emedicine entry is excellent.
659850 tn?1314743463 I'm not sure of the normal size, it is a cyst that many women get. "This type of functional ovarian cyst occurs after an egg has been released from a follicle. After this happens, the follicle becomes what is known as a corpus luteum. If a pregnancy doesn't occur, the corpus luteum usually breaks down and disappears. It may, however, fill with fluid or blood and persist on the ovary. Usually, this cyst is found on only one side and produces no symptoms." (emedicine).
Avatar n tn Use your internet browser and Google "Chalazion". Go to the emedicine website and read their entry. It will tell you everything you want to know. Speak with his ophthalmologist and pediatrician. He should use something like TheraTears SteriLid eyelid cleaner (no RX needed) to clean his lids, may need long term topical erythromycin ointment at bedtime. This is an oil gland problem and like acne it often is worse in young people.
Avatar f tn There is a lot written about AZOOR that you can access with archives and search feature. The section on emedicine is good also. I have no personal experience treating people with this problem and cannot commen.
Avatar n tn Go to the myathenia gravis section of emedicine and read about the disease. Likely you're being referred to a neurologist. Treatment with pills is usually successful and eliminates the double vision.
Avatar f tn David J Elpern, MD, Consulting Staff, The Skin Clinic this article on emedicine is quite comprehensive. It would excellent to bring with you for doctors appointments. You need to register to view (free to register). Once you do, just search on Brachioradial Pruritus.
Avatar n tn Look on google or emedicine or search archives of this forum to learn more. See an ophthalmologist to make sure it is not a retinal or vitreous detachment or a transient ischemic attack.