Was on plavix since TIA stroke in 2007 just changed to aspirin 325 mg in February 2012 than had ataxia attack on April 2012, still doing tests for type of ataxia, CT & MRI and all blood work normal
Except for previous TIA.
i am 70 male live in canberra act.i have had ataxia for 2yrs 8 mths.i am undiagnosed.i am in a wheelchair.my symtoms are slurres speech,double vision and impairment of my fine motor skills. i have had multiple mri scans lumbur puntures chemo steriods platelette exchanges.the professor i last saw thought my immune system was fighting itself.before all this i was healthy and working fulltime.
Can folic acid increade the size of fibroid I have fibroid. A friend told me that folic acid thickens the wall of the fibroid and makes it difficult for it to degenerate. Can you please advice me on what you know about this. Is it risky to take folic acid in this condition?
What is the cause of my mpgn type1? UC was diagnosed when I was 11 yo. after subtotal collectomy by the age od 14 I had a remision of 30 years. Ten years ago i was diagnosed of having RA. well controled under MTX and Humira but during the last year Createnin and Urea levels started rising. Have a proteinuria of 2.5 grams a day and mic ...
Mag citrate & fever & vomiting. I have had two coloscopies , one in december & one in april 2015. December one prior yr. Dec
One was unsuccessful because did not clear colon. For some reason I ended up with flu like symtons after each procedures. Severe nausea and vomiting with fever. Thank GOD the latter test was negative ...
Pompholyx from tasigna Red, itchy rash all over the palms of my hands since I started taking Tasigna over 4 months ago. Runs cycle of Rash, burning, stinging, ends with dry, peeling skin on palms. Suspect pompholyx, but has not been formally diagnosed as such yet.
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