Electrolyte imbalance is found among people with Colitis, especially for people who are male, 10-19 old, take medication Accutane and have Acne. We study 12 people who have Electrolyte imbalance and Colitis from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Colitis (inflammation of colon) can be treated by Asacol, Lialda, Pentasa, Azathioprine, Sulfasalazine (latest reports from 20,029 Colitis patients)
Electrolyte imbalance has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, hypotension, pain, diarrhea, insomnia (latest reports from 6,811 Electrolyte imbalance patients).
On Sep, 21, 2016
12 people who have Colitis and Electrolyte Imbalance are studied.
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Hi, I am 72. I have been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis many years ago and it rears its ugly head now and again but since being prescribed Doxazosin for hypertension, my colitis has flared up. I cannot get rid of it.
I have had Trigeminal Neuralgia for over 20 years & I've had occasional episodes of hyponatremia over the years. They now seem to be more frequent, anywhere, anytime and I've been drinking an electrolyte corrector. Also, what hasn't helped is that I have never salted my food, hate the stuff!
I am a multiple myeloma sufferer and I have experienced four bouts of diarrhea since June, 2015. The latest began on Dec. 2, and was diagnosed as colitis. It has been three weeks and it just keeps getting worse and bloodier. I just got out of the hospital for UTI, and the gastroenterology ...
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