Difficulty in breathing is found among people with Genital herpes, especially for people who are female, 60+ old, take medication Valtrex and have Gastrooesophageal reflux disease. We study 26 people who have Difficulty in breathing and Genital herpes from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Genital herpes (herpes infection of genital) can be treated by Valtrex, Acyclovir, Valacyclovir, Valacyclovir hydrochloride, Zovirax (latest reports from 2,592 Genital herpes patients)
Difficulty in breathing has been reported by people with high blood pressure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, primary pulmonary hypertension, rheumatoid arthritis (latest reports from 283,852 Difficulty in breathing patients).
On Oct, 18, 2016
26 people who have Genital Herpes and Difficulty In Breathing are studied.
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I have been diagnosed with hsv2. I have been married and monogamous with the same man for 32 years. I just had my first outbreak. He is negative. Before the outbreak and diagnosis, i had a very intense surgery. Since then I have been exhausted and couldn't recover. I was diagnosed with severe anemia iron pills weren't helping so I have had two iron infusions. I'm reading about possibly having this for years and it lying dormant, but, I wonder if there is anyone else with a similar story that had anemia as a precursor. It's also two weeks before my daughters huge stressful wedding and I also read that stress can bring on your first episode. I am desperate for information.
Started with 20 mg of Latuda with dinner for a week with a little burning and tightness and sort of heat in my chest, and then I went up to 40 mg after a week or 8 days, hoping the symptoms would stop. After upping to 40mg, I started feeling rapid heart beat and extreme yawning as if I couldn't ...
Almost every day I get a sensation in my throat that lasts forever! It feels like something is stuck in my throat even though I hadn't eaten anything. Like a feeling of mucus stuck there and I can't bring it up no matter how much I keep clearing my throat. I'm sure my esophagus and throat are ...
Hello , I was prescribed phendemetrazine by Dr G weight loss clinic and after taking it for two days stopped as I immediately had shortness of breath ? Will this go away ? How long does it take for this pill to leave your system ? If anyone is thinking about weight loss pills - DON'T TAKE THEM !!!
I've been taking Paxil and welbutrin for 4 months and it has been wonderful for me, anxiety, irritability, weepiness, has diminished considerable. A month ago I increased my dose to 20mg and have started getting complaints from my family about how loud my snoring has been lately and I'm finding ...
Sudden tachycardia and stomach disconfort (mild pain and burping) especially while sleeping. Tachycardia (max 110 bpm but rare, rather 100 bpm) lasts about 30/60 min. Dizziness and breathless only a few seconds. Only once happened while walking after workout, when no physical activity was ...
My name is Jim I have experimented and found that I am short of breath due to my test cypionate. Are there any alternatives what should I try next I don't want to give up on testosterone replacement therapy should I try gel cream should I try Enanthate or propionate?
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