Fatigue is found among people with Temporal arteritis, especially for people who are female, 60+ old, take medication Prednisone and have Temporal arteritis. We study 24 people who have Fatigue and Temporal arteritis from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Temporal arteritis (inflammation and damage to blood vessels that supply the head area) can be treated by Prednisone, Prednisolone, Methotrexate, Aspirin, Prednisolone sodium phosphate (latest reports from 1,288 Temporal arteritis patients)
Fatigue (feeling of tiredness) has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, pain, weakness, insomnia, stress and anxiety (latest reports from 250,544 Fatigue patients).
On Aug, 26, 2016
24 people who have Temporal Arteritis and Fatigue are studied.
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I have been on 250mg camcolit (lithium carbonate) twice daily for the past two months. Had a severe rhinitis and sneezing at first, and nearly fell asleep behind the steering wheel a few times. Had to have a few deep nourishing treatments for extra dry hair. The Dr added 20mg Cilift (Citalopram hydrobromide) two weeks ago which sorted out the sleeplessness. I realise now that Wellbutrin () has a lot of "wake up" abilities even though it didn't do enough for depression.
Hi I'm not sure which is worse - the pre-steroids insomnia from headaches or the post-steroids insomnia from medication! One of my "side effects" has been the "double breakfast syndrome", the first around 4.30 am to take medication and encourage sleep; the second at a more conventional time. Being a woman, I have a nagging worry about gaining weight on steroids. Although this message should really be about insomnia, how many of you have put on weight as a result of your treatment for temporal arteritis - and how much ? Janet
COPD recent diagnosis, Sleep Apnea - diagnosed about 8 yrs ago- use CPAP nightly, nasal allergies, recent back injury, 2 rotator cuff surgeries in the last 10 yrs, about 30 lbs. overweight, history of heart palpitations and arrithmias
i developed these symptomes from last day. i had also chills but ER didnt do anything after waiting 10hrs to see a dr. it has left two pills(Day 10) and i have very very vivid dreams, headache, abit vertigo, blance issue, and slept all day long. i am not taking the last two pills anyway. i am ...
I have been on 250mg camcolit (lithium carbonate) twice daily for the past two months. Had a severe rhinitis and sneezing at first, and nearly fell asleep behind the steering wheel a few times. Had to have a few deep nourishing treatments for extra dry hair. The Dr added 20mg Cilift ...
Hi I'm not sure which is worse - the pre-steroids insomnia from headaches or the post-steroids insomnia from medication! One of my "side effects" has been the "double breakfast syndrome", the first around 4.30 am to take medication and encourage sleep; the second at a more conventional ...
Hi, I'm almost 65 and have been taking Nexium for around 10 yrs. I often feel tired but attributed that to my trouble sleeping at night. That runs in my family and I also hot flash especially in humid weather.
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