Urinary incontinence is found among people with The flu, especially for people who are male, 10-19 old, take medication Tamiflu and have Cough. We study 19 people who have Urinary incontinence and The flu from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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The flu (the flu is caused by an influenza virus) can be treated by Tamiflu, Ibuprofen, Amoxicillin, Tylenol, Acetaminophen (latest reports from 47,702 The flu patients)
Urinary incontinence (inability to control the flow of urine and involuntary urination) has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, high blood pressure, depression, pain (latest reports from 26,795 Urinary incontinence patients).
On Oct, 24, 2016
19 people who have The Flu and Urinary Incontinence are studied.
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Every time I get a cold or flu, my lips become discoloured (extremely pale in the centre, dark or bright red border) and at times feel as if they are on fire -- and then lose all sensation and become extremely dry (to the point of feeling desiccated) until they completely dry. No one seems to have an answer as to why this happens in association with a virus, but now it happens every time I fall ill. Any suggestions?
We live in the Uk and desperately need some advice!! My son is 10 years old and was prescribed Esomeprazole for Gerd by a consultant. He'd had side effects from other proton pump inhibitors. After about two weeks of stating the meds he got increasingly thirsty so intense he would cry his mouth ...
Extreme hallucination. Agitated hears people from another continent and people totally unrelated as talking to him. When questioned as to how he hears these messages he says it is telepathic. Urinary incontinence has increased considerably. Most disturbing is that this quiet dignified person ...
71-year-old female. Started taking ubiquinol 200mg per day in July 2015. Had a two-week bout of severe diarrhoea a week or so later. This settled down and the ubiquinol seemed to be working. My BP came down a bit and the extrasystoles that have troubled me all my life disappeared. January ...
Hello All- Found you all here by searching Albuterol & Urinary incontinence. A little about me is that I'm pretty healthy, well I was. Just turned 53 young. I've been trim all my life. Though now slowly bloating due to asthma meds and lack of exercise due to aforementioned breathing ...
I just started taking hydromorphone 2mg two days ago for injurys I received in a motor vehicle accident. Today I am having bladder incontinence. Will this go away if I stop taking meds? I'm really not getting much relief from pain from them anyway.
I am 43. I have been taking topamax for 6 months on minimum dose 25 mg for migraines. So far my only problem was a little weight loss and some sadness. Lately I noticed some night time utine leakage. I have been using pads while waiting for my neurologist to return from holidays. Please share ...
Hello I have recently started taking doxazosin, propoplol and amityptaline. A few weeks ago I started having problems reaching to toilet. It's making life hard at the moment. I told my doctor about it and he says none of the Drugs should cause incontinance. I don't know what to do?
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