Review: could Kale cause Gastritis?
We study 3 people who have side effects while taking Kale from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Gastritis and more.
Kale (latest outcomes) has active ingredients of cabbage.
Gastritis (inflammation of stomach) (latest reports from 151,224 patients) has been reported by people with osteoporosis, high blood pressure, pain, rheumatoid arthritis, depression.
On Jul, 15, 2014: No report is found.
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I have been taking neurotin for lower back pain (spodylolisthesis stage 2) since June 2012 and have been unable to see my ankles since June 2012 due to swelling of my feet, ankles and legs. Sometimes the swelling gets so bad that it hurts to stand. The edema subsides somewhat when I lie down. Other side affects of Neurotin for me are memory loss, blurred/double vision (had to get new glasses), extreme depression/ lassitude, nausea, gastritis, dry skin, dry mouth, visual and audio hallucinations, nightmares, and frequent urination. Neurotin helps moderately for my pain, but I have had to keep upping the dose because like any drug, the effectiveness decreases over time. The doctors think it's a wonderful med, but in my opinion it is awful. It's turned me into a 'robot' of sorts due to memory loss and confusion, tiredness, dizzyness and general lassitude. I would love to find a pain management physician who truly listens to me as a person and works with me regarding pain meds. However, due to my layoff and subsequent loss of health insurance, all I can afford, if I'm lucky, is non-compassionate healthcare personnel who mostly can't speak english, so we have a lot of difficulty communicating. I've tried to lower my Neurotin dose on my own, but have experienced incredible anxiety which, I suppose, is a symptom of withdrawal. Glad I found this site -- am going to try Dr. Neal Barnard's book, Foods that Fight Pain, and see how that goes. Thanks for the suggestion 'cause nothing else is working ;-)
Nohemia on Apr, 2, 2013:
I am a 23 year old Female who has Fibromyalgia and endrometriosis. I currently take 600mg Neurontin 3 times a day, 50mg Allegron,50mg Lamactal and Targin/endone when needed. I have suffered in pain for 10 years now and my mum also has FM and is unable to work. We both have noticed short term memory loss and mum swears its the Neurontin hence i found this blog... After seeing specialist after specialist I highly recommend Dr Susan Tomlinson at St Vincent's Private hospital Sydney, she has helped me immensely. Last November I was in hospital for two weeks undertaking a Ketomine/Litocaine infusion sadly i was'nt one of the 60% of people it helps.
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