Uterine prolapse is reported only by a few people with Neuropathy peripheral. We study 2 people who have Uterine prolapse and Neuropathy peripheral from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Neuropathy peripheral (surface nerve damage) can be treated by Gabapentin, Lyrica, Neurontin, Cymbalta, Amitriptyline hydrochloride (latest reports from 54,035 Neuropathy peripheral patients)
Uterine prolapse has been reported by people with osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteopenia, high blood pressure (latest reports from 992 Uterine prolapse patients).
On Oct, 01, 2016
2 people who have Neuropathy Peripheral and Uterine Prolapse are studied.
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I have been taking singular for about 6 months and have had progressive Heath issues that are causing great Depression. It started with migraines then numbness in face and mouth then progressing to numbers all over body like pins and needles which then turn into hot spots like sun burn feeling all over body in random places. I am super dizzy, light headed and anxious. Sometimes I feel heart palpitations as well. Nausea is often when I have numbers flare ups. All this seems to be a bad form of Neuropothy. I went off for one month and got major issues with muscle pain and weakness. Went back on and within a week bad neoropthy came back. Off for last 3 days after being on for about one week and I'm miserable with Neuropothy lightheaded and feeling tired. This is ruining my life and super depressed.
I had been having some bleeding between periods 3 times prior (it was very little blood and it increased each time) and I thought it was from taking too much Tylenol for cramps and pains but I went to urgent care and was told I have a UTI (urinary tract infection). I believe the ciprofloxacin ...
I have been taking singular for about 6 months and have had progressive Heath issues that are causing great Depression. It started with migraines then numbness in face and mouth then progressing to numbers all over body like pins and needles which then turn into hot spots like sun burn feeling ...
I was diagnosed with ADD-I at 52. really think it started at a sressfup time in my life, and the 2 antidepressants didn't work.I had read about connection in women with fibromyalgia and ADD- innatentive. Well a low dose really helped. The last 6 yrs I have not gone over 20 I R....and now take ...
Hi my name is Lisa I have been diagnosed with upbeat downbeat nystagmus I was given the drug Gabapentin for 2 months I was weaned off within 4 days within that week I was diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy caused from Gabapentin has anyone else had that happen to them from that drug
Hi. Several doctors prescribed Avapro or Ibesartan to me for twenty years. Not one of them ever reviewed it or informed me of the side effect of peripheral neuropathy. It came on so gradually I never noticed that I no longer had any feeling in my feet. My chiropractor discovered it on doing a ...
Hi. I've only recently been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy, and tests that I've taken have not shown a known cause, until I Googled Symbicort and Peripheral Neuropathy- then Bingo! Now I will go back to my GP and the Neurologist with my findings!
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