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Antihistamine can be treated by Diphenhydramine hydrochloride, Zyrtec, Doxylamine succinate, Loratadine, Benadryl (latest reports from 144 Antihistamine patients)
Hypokalemia (low potassium) has been reported by people with high blood pressure, osteoporosis, pain, depression, multiple myeloma (latest reports from 33,543 Hypokalemia patients).
On Dec, 02, 2016
No report is found.
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Presented with 70% total paralysis. Potassium was 1.7. Muscle enzymes were over 4000. Daily meds before symptoms presented-celexa, ambien, OxyContin, unisom. Consumed 12-15 cans of Coca Cola per day. I have stopped all cokes. What is my prognosis according to other patients with similar symptoms ...
59 years...Just had my 2nd dose of prolia , during a routine 24 urine test, was found to have hypercalciumia now on chlorthalidone which caused me to have a critical low potassium.went to EC for potassium . Have been feeling tired, with upper arm pain and a headache X1 week prior to and after ...
At age 56 I began to have periodic partial paralysis. I was told by the Director of Neurology of Penn Medical Hospital that my paralysis was because of screwed up potassium metabolism. It happened after taking Oxcarbazepine. MRIs/EEGs showed no evidence or stroke. After I fell down and was ...
Hi. I am suspicious that my use of Gabapentin is causing my HypoK. Two days ago I was at 2.7 and got an infusion. Felt fabulous, but just to be sure, I humored my renal specialist and went and got another test yesterday afternoon. Late this afternoon she called me to tell me my test results ...
I have intermittent hypokalemia. My range never drops under 3.2. However, as soon as my lab drops under 4.0, I have a sz. This started 14 years ago. I was on prednisone and a water pill, with potassium. I still had a sz. Eleven years later, I had prednisone for my asthma, same issue. Since ...
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