Would you have Seizure (Seizures) when you have Pneumonia?
Summary: there is no Seizure reported by people with Pneumonia yet.
We study people who have Seizure (Seizures) and Pneumonia from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Pneumonia can be treated by Levaquin, Azithromycin, Prednisone, Avelox, Levofloxacin, Clarithromycin. (latest reports from 122,902 Pneumonia patients)
Seizure (abnormal excessive or synchronous neuronal activity in the brain) has been reported by people with depression, stress and anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, pain, epilepsy. (latest reports from 2,104 Seizure patients)
On Jan, 1, 2015: No report is found.
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- Can my wife who is on seizure medication lamictal take moringa oleifera?
I also take methadone was wondering if a I could use morning a oleifera
- I have juvenile myoclonic epilepsy, i feel like the medicine isn't helping me at all. i was wondering if medical marijuana has helped anyone with this, or has anything information that i can read?
The medicine my doctor has been having me take makes me moody, not wanting sex, tired, not hungry, among other things; I don't like how much this medicine has changed me and needed some help with research.
- Does carbamazepine cause obesity?? please reply (1 answer)
I am taking ZEN 100(Carbamazepine tablets) on advice of my doctor from JAN 2013, for my SEIZURES. Lately, my weight has increased by quite kilos, despite my diet remaining same.
I want to confirm does prolonged use of this drug cause obesity.
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- If a person runs out out of his seizure med dilantin & is unable to get it refilled today, can he take another seizure med, neurotin? (1 answer)
Can my boyfriend take my Neurotin, just for today to prevent seizures, until he gets his Dilantin refill tomorrow?? Or will it be better to just hold out til he gets his refill?
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Concerned sister on Nov, 30, 2014:
My brother is 26 years old. He has been on suboxone for over a year. He has never had a seizure until last night. The first one was a Gran mal seizure it lasted almost four minutes. Then he had a second one before the ambulance arrived. His third occurred while in the er. He had been complaining for weeks with his stomach . He throws up daily. IV user also with the suboxone and I know that the film in the strip can cause clots and lead to death. I've told the doctor this but its as if they pay me no mind. I'm worried when he is released he will continue to shoot this drug. I will not watch him die.
Canyons Dad on Sep, 25, 2013:
I have been taking suboxone for 4 months and have never had seizures in my life. 2 months after being on 2 mg of suboxone I had a seizure... All of my tests came back normal... Another 2 months later I had 5 seizures in 6 hours... More studies are being done but I feel this is directly related, I am a 38 year old male with no health problems and no history of seizures so I feel suboxone is a dangerous drug!
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