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Avatar f tn he formerly worked on a major study of POTS for one of the US's top hospital's dysautonomia clinics at Mayo Clinic. Department of Cardiology,Royal Brisbane Hospital, Brisbane, Australia: Drs. G Scalia & M PFrenneaux published on exercise-induced NM syncope (and possibly other topics--I'm just grabbing these as rapidly as I can going after the most promising leads).
Avatar n tn I would say that it is a 50/50 chance whether you would lose weight in the long run as the product wasn't designed as a weight loss product. (but I'm not a doctor so your dr. might be able to tell you what to expect).
Avatar f tn Those AntiDep drugs can do a number on us weight-wise. I don't know if you'd even be interested, but I had gone to a doctor's clinic here and was receiving B12 + Liptropic injections which for me (1) gave me energy and really seemed to help my frame of mind (which I know you'll understand if you ever took AntiDeps) and (2) helped tremendously in weightloss! I searched the net and found a very reputable doctor in Georgia named Dr. Gates. He has a website called.. MyDietSolutions.com.
Avatar n tn Some doctors will not prescribe it unless you are morbidly obese, I was not so the weight loss clinic I went to would not give me the pills. They were happy to take my money and give me vitamins and B12 shots (this did nothing for me). So I asked my regular doctor and she gave it to me. At walmart you can fill a prescription for just about a dollar a pill for Phentermine. CVS and smaller place cost more to have it filled.
Avatar n tn Peggy Rush Minnesota: Mayo Clinic Marfan Syndrome Clinic 200 First Street, SW Rochester, MN 55905 (507) 284-3328 Clinic Coordinator: Doug Kocer, R.N. New York: Mt. Sinai School of Medicine 1 Gustav Levy Place Dept. of Cardiovascular Genetics New York, NY 10029 (212) 427-1540 North Shore University Hospital Division of Medical Genetics, Dept. of Pediatrics 300 Community Drive Manhasset, NY 11030 (516) 365-3996 option #1, ext.
Avatar m tn This is my last shot before we pack up and head to the Mayo Clinic. Attached is a photo 3 hours after Benadryl was given.
Avatar n tn I got a new doc, but he doesn't seem any better. Told me I had carpell tunnel, according to the mayo clinic affects the thumb, index and middle finger, and my problem is with the pinky, ring and middle finger, just the opposite. I asked him about the Lupus business. He said that it was the ANA test that was positive. He is supposed to do some more extensive blood work in about a week and 1/2. Funny, seems like they would've done that in the beginning.
172023 tn?1334675884 He dropped from the 75% to the 5% on the weight chart (his length went down somewhat too, but not as sharply), and our family doctor just said every month (at his check-ups) that he was just going to be a "tall, thin" kid... and that I needed to switch him over to a bottle and give him solids, because my breasts weren't producing enough. As some of you know, we almost lost Alden to DKA (type 1 diabetes) at 10 months when his blood sugar spiked over 1000.
309137 tn?1218031238 - Hypothyroid was rumered to be hypothyroid. However, Physicians at the Mayo Clinic, where Ali had his pre-fight physical, said they had found no thyroid problems.
549269 tn?1236134237 My primary care doc last week decided to refer me to the Mayo Clinic because I am not getting any answers here but I REALLY would like to avoid that if I can. It's 8 hours away and I have 4 young children. And I don’t want to pay $35 just so the neuro can tell me he’s done trying. I just want something to help me. Is that too much to ask? I feel like completely giving up. The symptoms are getting worse and my husband has all but left me because of this mess.
Avatar m tn For support to that comment I provide a link that a doctor (Mayo Clinic) states HE can't predict in advance a target heart rate for exercising when medicated...requires stress test to determine exercise dynamics with a beta blocker. Also, I commented I do not use heart rate to regulate my exercise routine, but rely on comfort level with no shortness of breath or fatigue. Regarding weight gain it relates to MET and colorie intake. It is postulated that a beta blocker slows down metabolism.
Avatar f tn At this point I have seen lots of Doctors including 2 at Mayo Clinic. They don't have a diagnosis or a pain plan beyond Gabapentin. I am taking Gabapentin 300 which is pretty useless. Gabapentin 400 make me dizzy and also makes it feel like I get shocks in my fingers and worse pain. 1. Has Anyone ever had anything like this from a medication reaction ? 2. Did you get a diagnosis ? 3. Did you get better ? My Doctors make me want to scream - they all seem clueless.
Avatar n tn He is 5'11 (no growth spurt for 2 years now) and is very muscular as he was into weight training, and the 3 sports. I would like to know the definition Mayo has of the "somewhat abnormal" autonomic reflex testing, as well, but since they don't know me per se, I am not privy to all the medical terminology, which puts me at a disadvantage until I can get copies of actual records and test results. They were not even going to mention the elevation of 7.
405614 tn?1329147714 She is willing to start the paperwork to try and get me into the Mayo Clinic in Rochester MN or NYU or wherever they can actually make some sense out of what they are seeing and what my history is saying. She wants me to get the help I need, that I've been fighting for! This is the doctor that (as much as I love her) didn't want to order any tests having to do with MS because she was sure I didn't have it. Sounds like now she wants me on a DMD!!!
Avatar m tn I used to take in the morning but researched that it might be better to switch to evenings so I did. 5 weeks ago my TSH was 5.62 at Mayo Clinic. I'm comptemplating on switching to Armour. Any thoughts? I know in my mind and heart, the way I am feeling is because of my thyroid.
Avatar n tn Hello - thanks for asking your question. I agree with the suggestions below suggesting testing for pancreatitis, as well as the ERCP with manometry to test for Spincter of Oddi dysfunction. This disease is more prevalent in those who have had their gall bladders removed. Treatment may include sphincterotomy, surgery, medications (i.e. nitrates, calcium channel blockers), electroacupuncture or botulinum injection. Another consideration would be a non-healing ulcer.
Avatar n tn If the results are true I guess I will go to the mayo clinic and have them do a stent. On the exercise I just don't know. For three years now I have been doing it and now iam in great shape. I would hate to think this has caused the problem. 6.0ft 165 lbs and a body mass index of 17. About where I was when I was in High school. I am 60 now. My Mother called today to tell me her heart doctor said no to the exercise. Go figure. Thanks for your insight.
727499 tn?1239631255 They're going to call, but the docs I've talked to have said I will likely end up at the Cleveland Clinic or the Mayo Clinic (or one of their sattelites). I thought getting it out would be the EASY part!!! They are trying to help me, and are working on my referral. The neurosurgeon was REALLY nice (yes, there's actually doctors that are nice and knowledgeable - I promise!) and so helpful.
Avatar n tn I also may need to, at some point in the future, go to a place like either Shands Hospital, Mayo Clinic, or something like that. Sometimes, doctors run out of ideas and need some new insights, or so it seems. Susan400 bystillwaters.
Avatar m tn I then became tired of all the doctors I had been seeing (probably 20 at this point), so I decided to make an appointment for the Mayo Clinic. The endocrinologist there passed off my test results, saying that he didn't believe saliva tests were accurate and were a 'bunch of hooblahjooblah that these natural doctors like to do.
Avatar n tn Current treatments include corticosteroids (prednisone), IVIG, Plasma pheresis (also called plasma excahnge), and cyclophosamide. Corticosteroids have the side effects of immune suppression, weight gain, skin problems and osteoporosis that limits their long term use. IVIG is generally well tolerated, but some people can have reactions including fever, shakes, allergic reactions and rarely thrombo-embolic events.
487070 tn?1313669552 I have no experience with the dialysis aspect, but it's true that if he does not control his diet this WILL keep happening. The Mayo Clinic and Cleveland Clinic are GREAT sources of information. And the best book I've read on the subject is Success with Heart Failure (really a fantastic book) Good luck!
Avatar n tn My concerns is that I had some minor symptoms eight years ago and they were dismissed and it was suggested I lose weight. I have lost 150 pounds. Is there any siginificance with the cysts and is it normal for demyelination to appear that way. I do not have headaches or have had no head trauma. Is there a corelation between the EEG and MRI? The doctor also ordered a VEP but I do not know the results of it and am curious to how accurate it would be with the neuritis.
Avatar m tn So, here we are, 6 months post op, and 5 days after the lab work, I get an email from the clinic that the lab was sent to, in Chicago, and I have an allergy to nickel! It's one point below highly reactive, all the way in the reactive. Te chart considers anything from 0-2 normal, 2-4 mild, 4-8 reactive, 8+ highly reactive. Mine is a 7. Does anyone know, prior to my appointment, what the next step is?
Avatar n tn It often gets worse as time goes by. Don't fool around with local doctors! Go to a GI clinic, like Mayo, in Florida, Shands at Univ. of Fl is good, etc. My wife spent 9 months with local GI doctors and was diagnosed with everything from Pelvic floor dysfunction to IBS and more. NONE WERE CORRECT. Search the web for Chronic Pancreatitis and read up on it. It hits more males than female and often in the 40's age range.
Avatar n tn doctor is blowing me off is because he does NOT think it's a significant health problem. If he thought it was, he said I would be at the Mayo Clinic right now. My doc doesn't know what I (or "we") have, but he's got multiple pancreatic cancer patients he's dealing with.
Avatar n tn She is forwarding the biopsies to the Mayo Clinic for more help. She has him on 60 mg of prednisone daily. We have a new appointment in three weeks. Is this junk really terminal? I am not finding anything with a positive outcome. He is not done with his fishing days!
Avatar n tn I still don't have an answer but I do know it has spread first face, scalp now over all my body. I am going to Mayo Clinic in March again - I hope they can help as I see some people on this forum have some of the same symptoms. One day I hope we can find out what happened to us. I was completely healthy until I had that gastrointestional virus. Does the Lyric help with your sensations? If it does, is it alot or a little.?
Avatar n tn Thanks for that info - this is a whole new world for me and I appreciate the help I'm getting here. When I was diagnosed last month with Hashi's, I cut out gluten and dairy because I read it both can cause inflammation. I was experiencing joing pain also in my shoulders and fingers and have early symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis in my little fingers. Sigh...my doctor said Hashi's and rheumatoid often co-occur because both are autoimmune diseases.