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Itching can be treated by Benadryl, Atarax, Hydroxyzine, Hydroxyzine hydrochloride, Vistaril (latest reports from 85,622 Itching patients)
Subcutaneous air (latest reports from 483 Subcutaneous air patients).
On Jul, 30, 2016
No report is found.
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Diagnosed with prostate cancer 2 years ago, had radical prostatectomy, radiation therapy and lupron injection. (Feb. 2015 was date of lupron) Have had itchy red rash over trunk and arms and legs for 5 months. Nothing seems to help. Steroids did a little bit
I am 17 and heart patient by birth and had 3 major open heart surgeries, and I was prescribed warfarin on July 2015 by my cardiologist so I started taking that, and it's been 7 months and then I started itching so my GP prescribed me Cetirizine Hydrochloride (10mg). As I've heard that you can't ...
Have suffered endlessly with after stroke itching. NO doctor I've seen ( four so far ) has a clue what I'm talking about . I'm pretty incensed that this has gone on so long, and then to find out that this actually is a 'left over ' condition of strokes!! I'd like to learn what the solution is???
I am a 61 yr. old female. I was given alendronate sodium 70 mg. weekly dose. Stopped taking it after 7 weeks because of itching in my neck. Now almost 1 month later, the itching has intensified and even keeps me up at night. Cortisone injection as well as oral itch pills have not helped. ...
I was diagnosed Type 2 Diabetic 8 years ago. I am 72 years old. Up until 3 months ago I had been taking Glyburide. I was switched to Glimepiride because the insurance dictated the change. Besides the itching I.ve never had good numbers with Glimepiride. I am also taking Niacin for tryclycerides.
Itching is driving me crazy. I can't discontinue the Tasigna. It IS working -- my numbers are at 0, thank goodness. Considering a device I saw online -- ItchStopper, I think it was. Any experience with it? Apparently, it stops the itch sensation without meds. My head itches especially. Can't ...
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