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605458 tn?1539232408 I made a mood journal so that I could mark changes throughout the day rather than just one mood a day. I used notebook paper so I could fold it up & carry it around, and, then, when my mood changed I could whip it out & mark & journal any life factors or symptoms I was experiencing. Well, I had it out & at the time I was VERY irritiable and pissed off at my mom & a little annoyed with my stepdad - for both real life things and bipolar irritability.
181575 tn?1250202386 268-274. Full paper in http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/15423565 1. Monotherapy using lamivudine has the longest history of use and shows highest rate of resistance. A 2003 study of 998 patients showed 65% lamivudine-resistance mutations in 5 years. Lamivudine should no longer be used as monotherapy. 2. Monotherapy using adefovir has 29% mutation probability in 240 weeks, according to a 2006 study of 125 patients. 3.
Avatar f tn This symptom also crept up on me right before being put on Synthrod 2 years ago, but the med only made my sweating worse. I have been tested for diabetes, which I don't have and also tested negative for Celiac disease. I have been going around in a circle these past 2 years and no doctor will commit to an answer, and the current one's diagnosis of Hashi's didn't sit well with me because of the lab results. Can you recommend/suggest what my next step should be? Meds or no meds?
17568 tn?1424977159 Here's what I found about Berkson in Janis and Friends, which says Berkson is published in a German medical journal, presumably something not many of us here can claim: http://www.janis7hepc.com/Nutrition/Berkson%20Clinical%20Study.htm (He is an M.D. and holds a Ph.D in biological science.) And a cursory look in Wiki states: "The first human clinical studies using alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) in the United States were conducted by Fredrick C. Bartter, Burton M.
Avatar n tn The muscle in the lower bowel is similar smooth muscle. A recent German study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology involved a double-blind cross-over trial to evaluate the efficacy of inhaled salbutamol and the duration of symptoms in patients with proctalgia fugax. The study showed that inhalation of 2 puffs of salbutamol shortened pain attacks in patients with severe proctalgia fugax compared with placebo (dummy treatment).