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Dehydration (dryness resulting from the removal of water) (latest reports from 94,592 Dehydration patients)
Tia has been reported by people with high blood pressure, migraine with aura, bipolar disorder, opiate withdrawal, depression (latest reports from 332 Tia patients).
On Dec, 01, 2016
No report is found.
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I need to hydrate through the night to sleep. On bad nights I sleep about 3 hrs and cannot get back to sleep for 3 hrs. During this time I drink water and urinate several times. Only then can I return to sleep. My urine is pale, not dark, yet there is a clear connection as evidenced by high ...
I had a mild stroke in July 2015. I have had MS for 15 years. Recent blood work showed I have two copies of the Factor V Leiden Mutation (homozygous). A doctor told me to take Xeralto immediately an said I would be on in for the rest of my life. Everything I have read on-line tells me Factor ...
It seems that since I have been taking this particular Omega 3 supplement, I have been very dehydrated, specially in the morning. My eyes are extremely dry and my throat also. Why is this and what can I do?
I was on Methotrexate for about a year and started to have side effect,lesions not healing on my skin and in my mouth. WBC and RBC were low, liver enzymes were high. I developed weakness and not able to do my job at work. Now I have been off it for 10 months and had a TIA in March. Weakness ...
Hello, I just started taking 50 mg of Zoloft 4 days ago and the last 2 days I have been very dehydrated. I found this group when I was searching to see if my dehydration was related to the medication.
Hi, I am new to this group. I am a 69 year old woman living in the Chicago area. My doctor wants me to see a neurologist to rule out a TIA. Anyone here have a recommendation? Thanks in advance. Debbie
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