Diabetic coma is found among people with Colon cancer, especially for people who are male, 60+ old, take medication Oxaliplatin and have Colorectal cancer. We study 26 people who have Diabetic coma and Colon cancer from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Colon cancer can be treated by Xeloda, Aspirin, Avastin, Fluorouracil, Oxaliplatin (latest reports from 23,890 Colon cancer patients)
Diabetic coma has been reported by people with fever, rashes, hypokalemia, hepatic function abnormal, hypoglycemia (latest reports from 12,218 Diabetic coma patients).
On Aug, 27, 2016
26 people who have Colon Cancer and Diabetic Coma are studied.
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my blood work was normal I started xarelto in Apr of 2015 for a fib and had an maze ablation after I had high liver enzymes in my blood work. I went to a Hematologist and she told me it looks like I now have a lupus antibody. My cardiologist said it may be cause by the xarelto so in September I had a ekg monitoring chip implanted in my chest so that I could get off of the xarelto. In July of 2016 I went for a routine colonoscopy and was told I have a 5 cm cancer growth in the cecum of my colon. so that is where I am now waiting to see the general surgeon.
67 year old male with high blood sugar issues since age 50. Now on meds for it and high blood pressure. I have two stents, had one heart attack, one AAA, and four TIAs. I'm not as physically active as I should be but do get some.
my blood work was normal I started xarelto in Apr of 2015 for a fib and had an maze ablation after I had high liver enzymes in my blood work. I went to a Hematologist and she told me it looks like I now have a lupus antibody. My cardiologist said it may be cause by the xarelto so in September I ...
Was taking heavy doses of Vicodin for approx 5 years for back pain. I noticed blood in my stool, then on toilet paper too. Thought it might be from hemmorhoids or constipation, which was terrible and painful. Finally went to Dr. after bleeding for a year, had colonoscopy, found out it was a ...
My son died of colon cancer lat month, age 32. He was prescribed accutane when he was 16-18 years old. I'm searching for a law firm that handles cases like this, but they seem to all be "no longer accepting Accutane cases". I assume that's because they were losing them? Any thoughts? Thanks. Chris P
Here's the quickest way I know to introduce myself...I am a father who lost his daughter after she was prescribed Seasonale along with baclofen, who had a history in the family of Diabetes.....this disguised her situation or may have prompted it...leading to her death...I am looking for answers...
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