Lithium carbonate and Anaesthesia - from FDA reports
There is no Anaesthesia reported by people who take Lithium carbonate yet. This review analyzes which people have Anaesthesia with Lithium carbonate. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA, and is updated regularly.
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On Jan, 22, 2018
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Lithium carbonate has active ingredients of lithium carbonate. It is often used in bipolar disorder. (latest outcomes from Lithium carbonate 18,790 users)
Anaesthesia has been reported by people with high blood pressure, depression, multiple myeloma, pain, metastases to bone (latest reports from 6,763 Anaesthesia patients).
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1 month after starting Celebrex after 4 years of taking 900 lithium I began to have short episodes of derealization. Driving began to make me anxious believing I might have an episode and consequently get in an accident. I would have episodes when talking to friends which would lead to a small ...
I have taken lithium for 15 years first 12 I was on 900 mg of the Er. My levels were always .8-.9. That was the first 12 years. Then when I moved to another state they said I was on too much meds and at the time I was on Pristiq and Abilify 60 mg for 13 years and the lithium. They took me off ...
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I have just found out I have Bells Palsy. Day 2. Doing some research and found that people who take lithium tend to get it. Is this true? So upset as heard that the Lithium the docs give us was toxic and have been searching to see if I could find a natural lithium or some superfood. Can ...
Hello... In October of 2015 I was hospitalized with lithium toxicity, brought on by the introduction of blood pressure medication. Within 4 months, I was stepping on things...inferior vision loss. At this time, I can't even see someone standing next to me and in a month or two, I may not be ...
I have optic atrophy from lithium toxicity as a result of the (introduction of blood pressure medication). I am two years in with an extremely aggressive progression. I am quickly losing my intermediate (closeup) vision, along with my peripheral vision. Does anyone know of a trial for ...
Taken time release lithium carbonate 30 years, only 450 mg daily. 2 years ago got Neuropathy (feet). Thinking that lithium caused it decreased the amount by half - 6 months ago to 225mg (.3) but didn't help, no other meds. Worked hard at researching the cause. Anyone have experience similar ...
My husband takes lithium carbonate er for almost 30 years now. He is 79 and was dxed with Lewy body dementia 2012. Neurologist wants to start namenda. I say we are doing fine so far. Any thoughts? Ann