Cholestyramine and Facial palsy - from FDA reports
There is no Facial palsy reported by people who take Cholestyramine yet. This review analyzes which people have Facial palsy with Cholestyramine. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA, and is updated regularly.
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On Nov, 22, 2017
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Cholestyramine has active ingredients of cholestyramine. It is often used in diarrhea. (latest outcomes from Cholestyramine 3,228 users)
Facial palsy (paralysis of face nerve) has been reported by people with high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, depression, hepatitis c (latest reports from 5,613 Facial palsy patients).
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I have been on brand name Cymbalta for one year effective April 2017. My insurance made me switch to generic in April and on May 21 I began having facial numbness and tingling. Took Valtrex in case it was shingles. Returned June 10 into full blown Bells palsy with tics, but affecting both ...
I have had Bells Palsy for over 9 months. My recovery so far is at about 75%. About 2 weeks ago I got pink eye in both of my eyes, antibiotic drop are doing nothing. My non palsy eye is almost back to normal & had very little swelling. However, my left eye (bells palsy side) is almost swollen ...
User reviews to the study
I'm new to the group. I've been taking Serroquel for years and I've developed facial palsy my doctor is finally weaning me off of it and I'm hoping I'm wondering whether this facial paralysis will disappear gradually or if it's permanent. I'd like to hear comments from others experiencing the ...
My daughter and I have mold illness (CIRS) as well as Lyme disease and we have been trying to figure out why we have lost such large amounts of hair. I have been on CSM for over a year and have lost approximately 50% of my hair. I have always had shedding since diagnosed with Lyme but in the ...
I was diagnosed when i was 29 with bells palsy, my fiancé and i went to the hospital thinking i had a stroke........now i am 33-years -old and still have Facial paralysis.....my own sister called me Fiona from Shrek