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Pernicious anemia (anaemia due to lack of vitamin b12) (latest reports from 33 patients) can be treated by Vitamin B12, Cyanocobalamin.
Chills (felling of cold) (latest reports from 251,846 patients) has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, pain.
On Sep, 22, 2014: No report is found.
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Fever over 102, chills, horrible pain began on day 5 taking medication. Red blotchy rash began appearing late following day on chest and back and gradually spread. Blood blister-type rash on legs. Went to ER after 4 days. Told I have sulfa allergy. Given iV fluid and meds. Need follow up blood tests to recheck my low WBC, platelets and Neu. Counts. Prescribed Benadryl.
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My boyfriend has gout and with severe attacks he takes his prescribed Colchine.
He is experiencing severe stomach pain and now has chills. I suggested that he may have taken too much of it and now he just wants immediate relief of his stomach pain......any suggestions or feedback from anyone with g ...
- Pyrexia and one-alpha iv
she was treated for hypocalcemia with high PTH taking calcium per-os and iv,Renagel,trofocard,one-alpha iv.
after 5 days fever with shiver 2-3 times daily ,vomits,nausea
she took antibiotic therapy after positive gram - blood cultures (first E. coli,second another gram - microorganism )
- Should prozac & vitamin b12 be taken at dif. times of day
A month ago I began taking my B12 with my Prozac and Levothyroxine, in AM.
My energy is up and sleepiness improved. BUT depression is much worse, like having no Prozac. I want to yell at people and cry, like the B12 is negating the Prozac - which used to provide level moods. Now I'm unable to absor ...
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