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Coming Out Of Coma Symptoms
Depends: One should always speak to the prescribing physician before stopping a medication. For most people coming off of Risperidone there are not any. However if treatment is suddenly stopped the symptoms being treated could recur. Stopping suddenly may also rarely cause sweating, nausea, vomiting, difficulty sleeping or tremor, and very rarely muscle cramps, abnormal muscle movements or restlessness. ...Read more
It varies: There are many factors that need to be considered such as the age of the patient, the amount of blood from the aneurysm, the location of the aneurysm, how quick and aggressive was the up front treatment. Other factors that may contribute to the coma-like state need to be treated such as seizures or hydrocephalus. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Symptoms: break out into a cold sweat, hands start shaking, feeling of faintness, heart races. Out of theblue onset of symptons?
Check blood sugar: I would first have my blood glucose level checked, these signs are consistent with hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), but can also mean other things, but first thing's first. Next i would have a cardiac evaluation and this would include an examination of your thyroid function. You should see your primary care doctor soon. ...Read more
Delivery: Signs that labor is approaching include dilation of the cervix. Loss of the cervical mucus plug is another sign. Some dilation and loss ov the mucus plug can occur weeks before the baby actually comes. Many women develop an increase in energy level. Once your water breaks it is important to tell your physician. Contractions may last half a minute to a minute and a half. ...Read more
Many: There are many types of seizures. Some consist of becoming unresponsive, some will have stiffening and/or shaking of one side of your body or your entire body. The list goes on... But the bottom line is that if you think that you or a family member had a seizure, then get checked. Undiagnosed and untreated seizures can be very dangerous. ...Read more
What causes constant drowsiness, periods of lightheadedness, and tingling/hot and cold sensations in legs? Allergies ruled out. Diabetes ruled out.
Classes of shock: Shock from bleeding progresses from class 1 (least) to 4 (worst). Class 1: little or no symptoms; class 2: increased heart rate, mildly anxious; class 3: further increased heart rate, increased respiratory rate, decreased blood pressure, decreased urine output, anxious & confused; class 4: further increased heart rate/decreased blood pressure, no urine output, confused & lethargic. ...Read more
Not sure, but...: It is not normal for a man or a woman to have blood in the urine. He should consult an urologist and have a full workup to determine the cause of his blood in the urine (also known as hematuria). This typically consists of a ct scan of his abdomen and pelvis, as well as a simple office-based procedure called cystoscopy where the urologist will look inside the bladder with a small telescope. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are common symptoms of coming out of a week long medically induced coma? Should stiff limbs be expected?
Many causes: This condition may be caused by a number of conditions. Infections, inflammation, bleeding disorders, masses, pulmo- renal disease, certain forms of autoimmune disease, chronic bronchiectasis, TB and the list goes on. Doctors assess for upper airway sources as well to determine if the blood is indeed from the lower tract. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been experiencing recurring moments of lightheadedness, seemingly out of the blue. What could be causing them?
You: Need to be examined by a doctor. Have you checked your pulse rate when this happens? You may need a heart monitor for at least 24 hours to rule out heart rhythm problems. Did you noticed palpitations, breathing difficulties? BP levels, possible sugar levels even an eeg is in place if the heart rate/ ekg ( long qt syndrome) is negativel. Do not neglect yourself... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Loss of appetite, collapsing ,coughing, dizziness, depression, "zoning out. is me having these symptoms dangerous?
Could well be: I know that I wouldn't feel safe with you driving or doing anything important. Your physical health and strength will be impacted and as we enter cold/flu season this is risky. You're missing important time in learning skills and information about how to be a successful adult and not being available for what could be a fun time of life. So, yes I think it is. Best wishes! ...Read more
Several, but why?: Common: headaches & lethargy! but: coffee is the most consumed pharmacologically active beverage. It now has been shown to have many previously considered unhealthy, now found to have significant health benefits. It decreases risk for stroke, heart attack, diabetes 2, cancer, alzheimer's, and parkinson's disease. Some people will experience jitters and sleeplessness. They should drink less. ...Read more
Many: Seizures can have any number of symptoms from simple movements to gran mal whole body shaking to nothing but a brief loss of awareness in petit mal. The latter can cause poor learning due to inattention. It is best to discuss your symptoms with your physician to see if a more thorough evaluation is appropriate. There are many causes, treatments as there are symptoms. ...Read more
Can be severe: Delirium tremens or alcohol withdrawal syndrome can have very severe symtpoms. These may include tremenulousness, agitation, confusion, hallucinations, high blood pressure, high heart rate, sweating. This can lead to seizures in the extreme cases. The seizures are usually generalized with uncontrolled movements of all of the limbs. ...Read more
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