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Review: could Neuropathy peripheral cause Uterine prolapse?
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Neuropathy peripheral (surface nerve damage) (latest reports from 203,821 patients) can be treated by Gabapentin, Lyrica, Cymbalta, Neurontin, Amitriptyline Hydrochloride, Pregabalin.
Uterine prolapse (latest reports from 3,837 patients) has been reported by people with osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, breast cancer, osteopenia.
On Oct, 31, 2014: No report is found.
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- Can gabapentin cause bladder distension? there is no urinary symptom .
Existing illness are Chronic renal failure (after hydro uretero nephrosis due to BPH) and peripheral neuropathy (vit B6 deficiency ) after ATT are the major problems along with BP .At present , the problem is that creatinine gas risen from 1,1 to 1.5 in 6 months .Since 6 months , I am taking medicin ...
- Will aoolprinol increase my creatine level
Foot pain, stage 2 kidney disease and recent laminectomy. Weakness of legs and foot pain inhibit ability to exercise via walking and bicycling. Stage 2 kidney disease caused me to switch from allopurinol to Lyrica. Do not tolerate side effects very well of Lyrica dosage of 75 mg, twice a day. Lyric ...
- Is the a correlation with mycobacterium and myasthena gravis?
I was exposed to a leper colony for about five months while in Vietnam. Many of the lepers died with open wounds and I actually wore some of their beads and trinkets around my neck. I slept on their beds and drank from their water source. Out of the clear blue almost 40 years later with no indicat ...
- Side effects nexium after discontinuing drug
I have been using Nexium for about 10 years. I have experienced terrible side effects. I have stopped taking the drug. But I still have peripheral neuropathy.
Does anyone have experience that his or her side effects did not stop after discontinuing the drug? How long did it take, if you had neuropa ...
- Does forteo neuropathy resolve
On Forteo for 3mos. I had acute onset of wrists and hand swelling with redness and heat. Fever and now on cortisone. I also have acute onset of numbness in hands. Does neuropathy resolve in time and how long does it take
- Is there an interaction between chromium polynicotinate and synthroid
One of the ingredients, chromium polynicotinate, is in Super CitriMax Plus and want to know if it will interact with Synthroid or any of the other medications I listed above?
- Does valacyclovir contribute to peripheral neuropathy?
I am taking 500 MG of Valacyclovir daily to prevent sporadic outbreaks of genital herpes. It is effective in that context. I am also suffering from increasing peripheral neuropathy in feet and hands. At this time it is mostly affecting my left hand and left foot.
- Did warfarin cause my precancerous lesion?
- Could peripheral neuropathy be brought on by atenolol
been on enalapril and amlopodine approx 20yrswith no problems,was prescribed atenolol about 9yrs ago.for the last 7yrs have had problems and have been diagnosed with Peripheral Neuropathy.No doctor has related the two.Have had all the diabetes tests and have normal readings.
- Does ambien cause drug induced lupus
My mother is 80 she has symptoms of drug induced lupus and periphial neuropathy she has been taking ambien for 3 years could this be causing it
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