Would you have Sinus congestion when you have Autoimmune disorder?
Summary: Sinus congestion is reported only by a few people with Autoimmune disorder.
We study people who have Sinus congestion and Autoimmune disorder from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Autoimmune disorder (a condition in which the immune system attacks the body's normal substances and tissue) can be treated by Prednisone, Plaquenil, Methotrexate, Methotrexate Sodium. (latest reports from 2,904 Autoimmune Disorder patients)
Sinus congestion (blockage of sinus) has been reported by people with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, psoriasis, asthma, high blood pressure. (latest reports from 5,977 Sinus congestion patients)
On Jan, 14, 2015: 1 people who has autoimmune disorder and Sinus Congestion is studied.
Gender of people who have autoimmune disorder and experienced Sinus congestion * :
|Sinus congestion||100.00%||0.00% |
Age of people who have autoimmune disorder and experienced Sinus congestion * :
Severity of the symptom * :
Top co-existing conditions for these people * :n/a
Most common drugs used by these people * :
- Enbrel (1 people, 100.00%)
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
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- Is it my thyroid or am i mentally ill? diagnosed w/ hashimoto's thyroiditis but untreated - chronic pain unmanaged also (2 answers)
I moved to OR from HI and brought all my records, signed releases, and had many diagnoses, all but the thyroid, was being treated and long-term. I also took Oxycontin & Oxycodone for severe chronic pain from bilateral SI joint fusion (right screw protrudes & leg also becomes numb and weak with activity) & lumbar and cervical degeneration & facet arthropathy. I had volunteered reducing dosage as I'm always trying to reduce Rx intake to alleviate side effects (I am tiny, even for a youth & adult dosages seem to drug me). Next month, it was known that I could not function well because pain was not managed, but needed to resolve it in OR, as moving. OR Drs. refused to return me to higher dosage (taking minimalist Oxycontin 10 mg CR & Oxycodone/Acet 5mg). After being unable to get up to go to bathroom, walk, contacted adult services to see about in home services & possible foster care placement for young son since I was losing independence & failing in general health & cognitive functioning. I was forced to take bottles of OTC Tylenol to function, with Dr's knowledge, & knowing I had past lesions on liver to follow. Several months later had follow up liver ultrasound, & new small lesions found on liver. After emailing dr about from DHS questioning failure to manage my pain vs. conditions that were disabiling, 6 months later, dr told me I was experiencing withdrawals every morning & finally agreed to increase Oxycontin to 15 mg, which has enabled me to tolerate the pain & function. I have been treated as a drug-seeking patient since attempting to transfer my care.
I have multiple autoimmune conditions, most of which I no longer treat with Rx as I have been overmedicated & side effects are too numerous. So I actually am opposite in many ways. I stopped Lyrica, Silenor (sleep), Elmiron, Bentyl, Dexilant. Stress affects me seriously since I had a TBI and experience anxiety stress disorder, which seems to contribute to auto immune responses. But still knew triggers & familiar with self - this thyroid diagnosis & symptoms experienced new & too destabilizing to live.
Diagnosed w/ Hashimoto's thyroiditis after 1/2 thyroid removed Nov 2011; my antibodies are unbelievably high. I declined in thinking, memory, anxiety-unable to think/track, losing most,getting lost driving, sleep very dysfunctional, too emotional, crying easily & often (unusual for me). I feared losing ability to live independently. My maintenance Rx (Silenor, Lyrica) seemed to drug me. I tried to explain to drs. that I needed thyroid replacement hormones that I never had these problems before.
They referred me to a psychiatrist for medicine management consultation, who gave me mental health diagnoses (histrionic personality disorder, somatoform (hypochondria) that discredited me & ruined my medical records for future validity. Is it thyroid symptoms? Was unmanaged pain contributing? Too much Tylenol? What does a dysfunctional thyroid do to a person? How do I get my medical record addressed to reflect accuracy?
- Does methotrexate cause hot flashes
I feel I am 200 degrees at times. I already take estradiol patches for hot flashes for 5 years and they work really well! but since I started on methotrexate [6 months ago] I started getting hot flashes again!
- If i am extremely active (e.g. backpacking), should i be taking these drugs for a sinus infection/allergy-induced asthma?
I read that Ciprofloxacin and Methylprednisolone have a moderate interaction which can cause tendon damage. If my tendons were to be damaged while backpacking, it would literally put my life in danger.
- How common is general nausea with mctd?
I know that it is a side effect with multiple of these medications however it is a sudden onset with my flares rather than an upset stomach when I take my medication
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also on methotrexate and will be going on remicade. I have an unknown autoimmune disorder causing iritis, tribeculitis, and glaucoma.
From this study (2 months ago):
Aches all over
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Discomfort becomes worse after activities like walking, jogging.
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