Paralytic ileus is found among people with Crohn's disease, especially for people who are female, 40-49 old, take medication Humira and have Crohn's disease. We study 1,271 people who have Paralytic ileus and Crohn's disease from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Crohn's disease (condition that causes inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract) can be treated by Humira, Remicade, Pentasa, Imuran, Azathioprine (latest reports from 73,221 Crohn's disease patients)
Paralytic ileus (intestinal obstruction) has been reported by people with fatigue, diarrhea, rashes, nausea (latest reports from 16,893 Paralytic ileus patients).
On Jul, 28, 2016
1,271 people who have Crohn'S Disease and Paralytic Ileus are studied.
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Hi, my name is Kris and am I received a call from my Primary Care Physician's Office this morning advising my Glucose and A1C levels were high suggesting I am a diabetic. I currently take a Tysabri infusion once every 4 weeks and have done so since 2008. I've also taken Avonex, Mexitrate, Rebiff and Copaxone. In addition to the drugs mentioned above, I also take Atorvastic (Lipitor Generic, 20 mg) for high cholesterol, a general vitamin, flaxseed oil and Vitamin D. Previously when taking a high dose of Lipitor (80 mg) plus Tysabri, it caused my liver counts to go up. Thus my doctor took me off statins completely. Is it possible, since I've been on Tysabri for a long that it is affecting how my system handles Glucose/sugars-A1C?
I have endometriosis and am getting Lupron Depot injections as suprressive therapy. My IBS has now turned into inflammatory bowel disease. I am in constant pain and vomit frequently. My third injection was on 6/20. I had to go to the ER on 6/21 for nonstop vomiting and severe abdominal pain. ...
After I have smoked I have pain in my chest and especially in my esophagus area. I feel like I need to burp but can't. Now it has happened twice that I have gotten an ileus. The first time was a day after my first use. I wasn't even sure that was the cause but now that it had happened twice I'm ...
What medication treatment are you using if you have Crohn's disease and have a rosacea breakout. I am using metro cream and doxycycline antibiotic right now, but not seeing much improvement. Any suggestions? it's only been three weeks since the bad breakout has occured, so maybe I'm not being ...
Hi, I've been taking Gabapentin for about 8 months and have had 2 small bowel obstructions in 5 months. I got out of the hospital today and finally put it together. It's a relief to know I'm not alone.
Hi, my name is Kris and am I received a call from my Primary Care Physician's Office this morning advising my Glucose and A1C levels were high suggesting I am a diabetic. I currently take a Tysabri infusion once every 4 weeks and have done so since 2008. I've also taken Avonex, Mexitrate, ...
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