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Hi, I have been having severe cramps for a couple weeks now. About a month ago I started having diarrhea, tmi I know, and then a couple weeks later I was constipated. I have been having irregular bleeding with clots and also discharge with a bit of odor. I have severe pressure when I have both bowl movements making it hard and painful. There is no burning just a lot of pressure. Also when I have to use the restroom or pass gas I get a really horrid cramp. My lower abdominal, back, and rectum are sore. There was a time where I couldn't hardly walk but it only lasted for a day. I have a doctors appointment coming up but I would like to know something sooner. I only bleed when I have a cramp, causing me to wear a pad every day. Also yesterday my under thighs started to become sore. There has not been a day where I have not felt any pain for a month now. What could this be?
Had blood clots in lower right leg at Thanksgiving (2015) Clots are now gone but I do have edema and stasis dermatitis. The bad places are scabbing over the but skin beneath is pink and hard. Lots of shooting pains. Help!!
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Hi, my name is Cam. I'm from Australia. I started taking Lipidil (145mg) at age 35 for high cholesterol. I'm 52 now (2017) and still taken this drug. I developed a symptom 2 years ago which my Dr has dismissed as muscular related on my right hand side under my rib cage. I'm obviously not a Dr but feel it has something to do with my liver. I believe this because when I occasionally drink alcohol, I noticed the pain more. I don't know if this is a coincidence but reading the side effects of Lipidil on eHelathme it appears liver problems is a common side effect. Wondering if anyone else has experienced the same?
I take Gabapentin for pain of Fibromyalgia, seraquel,simivastin,zrytec, also have copd, several times a week in the evening I get bad nosebleeds, they can last for an hour before stopping. Does anyone know if the above medicatuions can cause this problem ? I have been taking them for more than 2 years. I am 78 years of age
I have been taking zopiclone for pain relief for 5+ years. It was an uphill battle convincing Drs that it works, finally found a Pain Management specialist who was aware of pain effect. I usually break one 7.5 mg tablet and use it sublingual. (the bitter taste becomes unnoticeable in short time) Pain relief less than 5 min. Take 15mg daily - every 4-6 hrs. Have severe osteoporosis, spinal fusion L4,L5, S1 and compression fractures T8,L2, AND L3. 100mcg fentanyl daily and zopiclone keeps pain under control. *no drowsiness.
I was wondering if there ant gone going through a similar situation to me im. 23 female and for the last 3 years I've had a skim condition my whole body will blister not at the same time i mean different parts of body they will blister pop and then become infected regardless if I put cream and cover them up they will still be infected I've had biopsy and blood test and all normal the specialist can't explain why I have this condition as it doesn't un in family and my age
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