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Doxycycline has active ingredients of doxycycline. It is often used in acne. (latest outcomes from Doxycycline 116 users)
Multiple sclerosis (a nervous system disease that affects your brain and spinal cord. it damages the myelin sheath) has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis, depression, pain, gait disturbance (latest reports from 423,457 Multiple sclerosis patients).
On Oct, 15, 2016
No report is found.
I do not currently take Doxycycline, but I took it in March 2016 for 10 days and I now have had Diabetes Insipidus symptoms since and it is now August 2016. I finally have an appointment with an Endocrinologist scheduled for November 17, 2016. I stumbled on to the fact that Ibuprofen helps if I take it regularly, so that is what I do to get more than one hour of sleep at a time at night, and so I do not have to be in the restroom ever half hour to hour.
I'm a 45 single mother of two girls 10 and 8.5 ...been on disability since 2009..ex husband trying to take my girls away because of my ms ...although I'm functioning quite well. I own a house ..car...volunteer and the kids school ...I use to help with he pain and to give me energy but it's starting to get a bit carried away now and I need help
So I was prescribed doxy hyclate 100 mg to be taken every 12 hours for 7 days. I have had horrible stomach pain and vomiting since starting it and I'm only on my 3rd dose. Should I call my Dr or should I just ride it out? I'm not sure if it's serious or I'm just overreacting.
I have been suggested Doxycline for 5 days (2 per day) before my frozen embryo transfer. I have Hashimoto's thyroiditis - hypothyroidism and I take 125 mg of synthroid per day. Currently my TSH is 0.41. Would taking the above dosage of Doxycycline increase my TSH level?
I'm a 45 single mother of two girls 10 and 8.5 ...been on disability since 2009..ex husband trying to take my girls away because of my ms ...although I'm functioning quite well. I own a house ..car...volunteer and the kids school ...I use to help with he pain and to give me energy but it's ...
Hi everyone, Thank you for letting me join your group. My name is Mary, (Mary1016), the major illnesses I suffer with is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome/RSD, small fiber peripheral neuropathy diagnosed with biopsy two weeks ago. I was told the neuropathy was already severe and the thing to do ...
I have ms and the doctor has prescribed atenolol. I am really worried about taking it. Filled the prescription but keep reading all these sight effects. I live by myself. Go to work everyday but I just don't feel comfortable. Any advise would be great or experience with this.....pls
I' am 50 and was diagnosed with RRMS 3 yrs ago.I went through menapaus last year. I'm taking avonex and just started Premarin for vaginsl driness. I'm just curious about the side effects of Premarin because I don't want any relapses. Also my blood pressure has steadily gotten higher since the ...
I have been diagnosed with MS sense 2009. I having more active lesion. Now I think I am developing Dupuytren Contrature because I hands have curved to my wrist very painful and unable to straighten twice with in the last year.
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