Blood prolactin increased is found among people with Asthma, especially for people who are female, 40-49 old, take medication Invega and have Asthma. We study 8 people who have Blood prolactin increased and Asthma from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Blood prolactin increased has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, pain, malaise, fatigue, stress and anxiety (latest reports from 2,922 Blood prolactin increased patients).
On Aug, 29, 2016
8 people who have Asthma and Blood Prolactin Increased are studied.
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Hello I am 42, and suffer from nerve damage as a result of breaking my neck C4-7. I was just told by my dr that I have high levels of prolactin and that she wants to retest my blood and schedule a MRI. As Im researching more about it The word pituitary tumors keep popping up in every article! I am totally freaked. Should I be concerned or am I jumping the gun? Has anyone else who is taking Lyrica had any tumors? Im on 75mg 3 times a day of Lyrica and the highest dose of gabapentin you are allowed to have in 24 hrs. Any responses are appreciated Thanks Rena O.
Brain - my 60-aged mother has psychosis for about 40-year; my 23-aged uncle jumped to suicude in 1973; another uncle has introverted personality, silent / rare speaker; another 60-year uncle with sleeping difficulty for 10 years, sleep with music /radio . A 63-aged aunt has nerve weakness, ...
I have asthma and started xarelto 10 days ago. My breathing has been terrible to the point my inhalers don't work and my chest hurts. Has this happened to anyone else and should i be concerned? Went to the er today. Got a breathing treatment, lasted an hour. Any help would be ...
I suffered a major depressive episode after being given both oral and injected cortisone about 10 years ago. I also gained about 10 pounds in a 2 week period as my appetite was insatiable. I now have a trigger finger and have been advised that the best treatment is a cortisone shot.
Hello I am 42, and suffer from nerve damage as a result of breaking my neck C4-7. I was just told by my dr that I have high levels of prolactin and that she wants to retest my blood and schedule a MRI. As Im researching more about it The word pituitary tumors keep popping up in every ...
I am looking to get information on asthma related to my thyroid problems. I have my thyroid removed, receive radiation therapy and have been on Levothyroxide ever since. I'm 40 and never had asthma until this thyroid issue. Any help, information or advice would be appreciated!
Hi, my husband just tested 268 for Prolactin and the only medication he takes is Zyrtec, which he has been taking daily for years. I suspect that the Zyrtec could be causing this, but see that there is a very small percentage of people who have reported this to the FDA. I'd love to hear ...
Well Hi, I had finally had enough of the .. 'why is this happening'.. and googled it. So here I am. My name is Caroll , I am 61yrs old, female. I was diagnosed with Asthma, COPD, in 2009 after exposure to the smoke from the Black Saturday Bush Fires in Victoria. We lost our home, business ...
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