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Mastoiditis (infection of mastoid bone) can be treated by Levaquin, Prednisone, Cefdinir, Amoxicillin, Ciprodex (latest reports from 583 Mastoiditis patients)
Lupus (any of various ulcerous skin diseases) has been reported by people with fever, pain, drug ineffective, diarrhea, joint pain (latest reports from 16,278 Lupus patients).
On Aug, 30, 2016
No report is found.
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Hi! I was diagnosed with mastoiditis 1 year ago after developing the flu & a double ear infection. Neither IV antibiotics nor oral antibiotics helped requiring a double mastoidectomy. Following those surgeries my health has declined rapidly. My symptoms include severe neck & shoulder pain, body aches, & extreme fatigue. I'm only 42. Over the course of a year, my body's decline has resulted in drastic changes of my daily activity choices. For example: I can choose to do 1 load of laundry OR 1 load of dishes, not both. As an active & responsible member of society, wife & mother, needless to say, this physical struggle (occuring practically overnight) blindsided me. It was as if I went to bed 1 night 42 and woke up the next day 92. Many blood tests have been performed confirming I have developed RA (possibly triggered by the mastoiditis). Also, an MRI reveals a bulging disk between C2-3. I have been faithful to approx.4 months of physical therapy but have recently insisted enough is enough. I had such high hopes of gaining my endurance back & eliminating my pain by pushing through this intense program but frustratingly only to be set back more & more. RA medication is not an option currently since my immune system is still quite weak. Fortunately though, after a year of experiencing new aches weekly, I currently only experience extreme fatigue (still VERY little endurance), excruciating neck pain and morning pain in my feet. My most recent blood test still proves RA, however, my gut tells me there's something more. I have wonderful doctors that continue to persevere in finding answers & relief & for that, I'm extremely grateful! I'm very curious to know if there's anyone else out there that has experienced a similar situation. If so, I'd love to hear your story. Thanks a million, Kristy W.
70 year old mail MRI shows Mild Mastoditas, I am in the VA system being shuffled back and forth from ENT to Neurology . Have gone deaf in right ear. Acute vertigo, dizziness, . The waiting game is horific. I was in a IED in 08, exposed to cyanide gas at 62. A former Marine, and a traslater, ...
I'm really just looking to find people who have taken aldara and have lupus. I want to know someone somewhere has successfully completed a treatment without any huge issues. I've had a rx sitting here for a month, but Im affraid it'll cause a flair.
I have Lupus Nephritis and my flat warts are taking over my body. For years I just had one on my leg and then it starting spreading up the leg. I have had them burned off many times with zero success. Now they have traveled to both arms and my back. Any suggestions on how to get rid of them ...
I've had lupus for 10 years. On plaquenil for ten years. Now having to withdraw from plaquenil due to a myopathy caused by it. Having a terrible time with nausea dizziness and joint pain fatigue. Anyone else come off plaquenil. What was your experience?
Hi i am Maddy and i am currently having tests for lupus. I was an incredibly fit person up to around 18 months ago. I had slightly raised blood pressure and was out on ramipril. I also got the flu and after that i have had recurring pleurisy symptoms accompanied by the most incredible fatigue i ...
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