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Eliquis Feeling Weak
Need more informatio:
We can not advice you as we do not know what blood test you had and what can be the cause of your weakness
i will suggest that you discuss your symptoms of feeling weak and blood tests you had with your doctor who ordered the blood test. ...Read more
Needs to be checked:
Youe symptoms of feeling weak and faint needs to be evaluated by your doctor as it can be caused by many different caused. You need to have a detailed history and physical exam if indicated blood and urine test and other tests to make a proper diagnosis and treat your symptoms
so see your doctor asap. ...Read more
Feeling weak and whole body hurts and I have the sniffles. How can I prevent the cold from developing?
May be there already: Being you're weak and achy, you may already be infected. See your doctor as some treatment may be in order. ...Read more
I have NT been diagonised of any particular disease but am always feeling this weakness everytime especially after exercise. What can I do?
ADRENAL SUPPORT: Consider adrenal support for energy and blood sugar regulation. Vitamin b5 (pantothenic acid) and vitamin c can help here. Adrenal hormones dhea and pregnenolone can be helpful, too, but should be taken together. Daily physiologic doses for women are 2.5 mg and 30 mg, respectively. Magnesium/potassium aspartate help with exercise recovery. Bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) before exercise counter Lactic Acid buildup. ...Read more
Why have I been feeling weak all the time? I could have just aten and I feel weak and can't stand or sit for a long time and get nauesous if I do?
I go through spells of feeling weak and shaky during the day but sometime between 8-10 pm get a surge of energy and feel great. What could cause that?
See your doctor: There are many possibilities. I am wondering if your blood sugar is dropping during the daytime causing you to feel weak and shaky. See your doctor for an evaluation and possibly some lab work. You may need to eat some light snacks during the day. Your doctor will be in a better position to advise you when more information is obtained. Best wishes! ...Read more
My dad is feeling weak all the time. He has never been seriously sick and there are no other symptomes. Should we be worried or is it cause of the age?
See a doctor: Feeling weak all the time is not normal. Your doctor will take a thorough history, perform an examination and order appropriate tests to sort this out. ...Read more
I am having full internal body pains and unable to get up. Feeling complete weakness. And because of this I don't have proper sleep. Took some medicin?
Ans: You are of the age where you need to have a primary doctor and your complete physical exams and preventative care. Your symptoms are broad and vague best to see your doctor and have a complete evaluation ...Read more
Fine almost all summer long, now sick daily feeling weak and etc. Assuming that my high anxiety is causing this and when I was busy with kids I didn't notice it?
Need more info: This is such a vague and non-specific complaint that it can be due to multiple causes. Suggest you see your family doctor and get fully evaluated. Bring along a list of any and all symptoms you have and when they first occurred, and how they may interrelate. Good luck. ...Read more
Get Evaluated: These are common symptoms that could be due to a wide variety of conditions, many which can be treated. Make an appointment to see your physician or other health care provider. ...Read more
Need evaluation: There are a multitude of causes for feeling weak and lazy, e.g. From infection, grief, poor nutritional status (including eating disorder & excessive exercise), poor sleep/insomnia, medication side effects, other illnesses (depression, autimmune disease, cancer, severe pain, etc). This is something that, if it continues or interferes with your functioning, warrants evaluation by your doctor. ...Read more
I start feeling weird, I get very clamy, heavy feeling, weak and feel as if I'm about to pass out. This happens couple times a month.
See your doctor: The symptoms you describe sound like panic attacks. However, you will need to see your doctor for a history and physical exam. Lab work will help rule out medical conditions such as thyroid dysfunction or diabetes. You will also need an EKG to rule out a heart problem. Once these conditions have been ruled out, then your doctor will be in a better position to make the correct diagnosis. Bst wishes ...Read more
Infinite causes...: This is a very common complaint doctors are faced with daily. Unfortunately without a detailed history of your medical issues, medication use, sleep habits, alcohol/drug use, and without a proper physical exam, there is little we can speculate on this format. I encourage you to discuss your concerns with you doctor who can obtain more information from you and provide more specific advise. ...Read more
Dehydration: I would recommend you consult your physician. You did not mention what caused your fever is it a viral illness or flu? Your symptoms may be a manifestation of dehydration due to the fever. Weakness fatigue and palpitation all can be signs of dehydration. You should drink plenty of fluids to make up for the fluid loss and you should see your physician to be evaluated for other causes of weakness. ...Read more
No: Radiation exposure from diagnostic x-rays is trivial and shouldn't cause any symptoms in of themselves. Perhaps you are experiencing symptoms from the preparations for the xray procedure. ...Read more
Back Pain Meds:
There are multiple categories and types of medications for back pain; depending on how severe your symptoms are, how long you’ve had them, where they’re located, and what side effects you can tolerate:
http://www. Webmd. Com/back-pain/living-with-low-back-pain-11/medication ...Read more
Arrhythmia: I would assume that you have a sustained tachy-arrhythmia until proven otherwise. You should go to the ER immediately. ...Read more
Weak and high pulse: Go see your doctor to be evaluated, there are many possibilities for this combination. ...Read more
May need to see Dr.: Masturbation should be harmless to the body as long as he or she does not use too much force or friction on his or her genitals. One should realize that the body has essentially the same response to masturbation as to "sex for the purpose of reproduction". Masturbating fewer times a week, and not on the days one has sex, may solve the problem. If still having "weakness", see the doctor for help! ...Read more
Not sure what the: Actual question is. Please clarify question and re-ask. ...Read more
Several things: It could be a rotator cuff issue, a tendonitis (inflammation of the tendon), bursitis (inflammation of bursa between the tendons), or something called frozen shoulder which is a painful condition where the shoulder literally feels frozen. You should probably seek out a sports medicine or orthopedic specialist to look at it. ...Read more
See your PCP: Your symptoms are vague please consult your primary care doctor. ...Read more