Dysphagia is found among people with Lyme disease, especially for people who are female, 50-59 old, take medication Aldactone and have Lyme disease. We study 8 people who have Dysphagia and Lyme disease from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Lyme disease (a bacterial infection that is spread to humans by infected ticks) can be treated by Doxycycline hyclate, Doxycycline, Amoxicillin, Plaquenil, Ceftin (latest reports from 1,895 Lyme disease patients)
Dysphagia (condition in which swallowing is difficult or painful) has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, rashes, drug ineffective, back pain, diarrhea (latest reports from 42,048 Dysphagia patients).
On Aug, 25, 2016
8 people who have Lyme Disease and Dysphagia are studied.
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Hi, I am a concerned mother of a 7 year old child that had stage 2 lyme when he was 4 and has vitiligo that is progressively getting worse to date. I have spoken to pediatricians and dermatologists about the correlation between the sudden increase of vitiligo occurring after the lyme, but no medical practitioner has agreed that they could indeed be related. So yes, I feel alone and I hope joining this support group could help lead me to other practitioners who will listen to a mother's instinct and reason and I can get some answers and hopefully put an end to my son's vitiligo and any other underlying Lyme related residual ailments, which could potentially manifest in the future. Thank you! Nicole
I have had a total of 4 doses of Mucinex due to a bad cold and cough. I started having an issue swallowing which really concerned me. Took a drink of water to make sure my throat wasn't closing up and was ok.. But after taking my last dose (every 4 hour dose) and started having trouble ...
My doctor prescribed phentermine to me because I have been struggling with losing weight. I have Lyme Disease and just started today. I am experiencing weird vision like pressure on sides ofor eyes making good my vision blurry. IS THIS NORMAL?
Been taking Tramadol for the last 6 months for fracture pain of the right ankle. I notice that every other day I have a constant urge to swallow and it is difficult to swallow. Seems to be getting worse every time I take it. Is this caused by Tramadol?
I am a Speech Pathologist working with a patient who has a diagnosis of Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, and a recent onset of swallowing difficulty, that may or may not be related to his NPH. I'm interested in reading about other individuals who have had experience with swallowing difficulty in ...
Hi, I am a concerned mother of a 7 year old child that had stage 2 lyme when he was 4 and has vitiligo that is progressively getting worse to date. I have spoken to pediatricians and dermatologists about the correlation between the sudden increase of vitiligo occurring after the lyme, but no ...
Hi. I am a 77 year old who has been taking Pravastatin sodium for about 7 years. In the past half year or so, I noticed I was having more trouble getting large pills to go down. In the recent two months, I have developed a persistent sore throat and hoarseness of voice, plus great difficulty ...
Found out I have had Lyme disease and was prescribed by Doctor to Take vitamin B-12 Injections. My questions are if there is a alternative orally as appose to injections that has had success? And does B-12 possibly make the Lyme disease worse?
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