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Menopause (end of monthly cycles in women) can be treated by Estradiol, Premarin, Prempro, Progesterone, Femhrt (latest reports from 5,473 Menopause patients)
Recurring skin boils (latest reports from 170 Recurring skin boils patients).
On Aug, 19, 2016
No report is found.
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I am 55 year old female about 2 years or so into menopause when I got my thyroid cancer diagnosis in January of this year. I had a complete thyroidectomy on 3/22nd - and began thyroid replacement the day after. First taking levothyroxine which resulted in heart palpitations, and my endocrinologist took me off, and put on unithroid which I have been taking for over a month now. I have been suffering on this medication with worse side effects than the previous one. My body feels like an inferno as I am experiencing intense hot flashes, as well as consistent hair loss, dry DRY dry skin, brittle nails and hair, steady weight gain which I am unable to control with a sensible diet, excessive and extreme sweats along with some other side effects which I believe are a result of the medication. I am trying to investigate the connection between hormones, menopause, thyroid replacement therapy, and anxiety. Anyone care to share ??? Is there a connection ??
I am 55 year old female about 2 years or so into menopause when I got my thyroid cancer diagnosis in January of this year. I had a complete thyroidectomy on 3/22nd - and began thyroid replacement the day after. First taking levothyroxine which resulted in heart palpitations, and my ...
I am a 31 year old female that was diagnosed with RA 8 years ago. I have been on methotrexate for most of the time since I was diagnosed. Since being on methotrexate I developed a boil that keeps coming back.
Hello All!! I'm 50 years old. I stopped my period at about 45 years old. I have many menopausal symptoms but the latest is post nasal drip. I have seen a PA and this is what she diagnosed. It is most irritating to me. She said it is due to allergies. I have tried over the counter medicine, ...
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