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Doctors agree that I should not take all three medicines at the same time (amlodipine, atenolol and Flowmax) but disagree on when to take each of them (Morning, Noon, Night). I also drink coffee or tea in the morning and occasional cocktail at 5-7 PM. How do most people take these medicines with minimum side effects?
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I have been taking glaucoma medicines with side effects that include wheezing, shortness of breath drowsiness, lethargy, Blepharitis. I have all of them and am considered a "one percenter" because supposedly only 1 to 4 people out of 100 are affected. Around the beginning of April of this year I tried a different Glaucoma medicine combination to help alleviate the side effects. This resulted in increased shortness of breath and dry cough. Not long after this, my prostate (I think) has increased in size and believe is causing intestinal blockage. The result at this time is that I cannot lie on my back or sides because it will result in severe shortness of breath. I have to sleep sitting up and have been doing this for about three weeks. I just finished taking the antibiotic Levaquin.
I first noticed it felt like I was sitting on a lump in the couch and the burning after urination I have been on Cipro for three weeks and it doesn't seem much better Has anybody had the symptoms please help
Problems began with UTI 3 months ago. Onset of UTI accompanied by persistent urge to move bowels. First line antibiotics haven't worked. Doctor refuses to try stronger ones. Suspect Prostatitis but doctors disagree. Constant trips to bathroom are causing exhaustion, weight loss, and falls. No Quality of life. Help!!
I found my BPH 2 years before at the age of 45. I got swelling in both legs. Now I am experiencing leg swelling again and again. BPH symptoms not visible and no urinary tract problem is there. Wondering if it can be managed! That's why I am interested to join the Group. Thanks to all.
Il m'est préconisé un traitement de Diamox à la suite d'un problème oculaire consécutif à une opération de cataracte (oedeme). Or, j'ai été opéré de la prostate (adénome) il y a un mois. Ai-je un risque à rendre le Diamox?
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