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Eye Hemorrhage From Illicit Drugs
Can you tell me if traces of illicit drugs could remain in phlegm if a person has chronic bronchitis and could this result in a positive drug test result even if the drug/s had not been consumed for weeks/months?
I take 80 mg baclofen daily, don't drink alcohol, smoke or take illicit drugs and kidneys are normal, could problems be caused by stress?
Vague: Please be specific. What exactly is it that you are concerned about? ...Read more
I haven't been passing my urine drug testing lately. I don't use illicit drugs and have never had any problems before. I recently started taking Klonopin medication and a breather called, BREO (fluticasone furoate and vilanterol inhalation powder) Could th
None I know of.: I am not aware of any drugs that will cause significant change in temperature if stopped. Some stimulants can raise temperature mildly while under influence. ...Read more
Addiction: This is a complex problem that needs to be discussed with your doctors and rehab specialists. ...Read more
I do forensics research, & I'm revising a list of precursors for illicit drugs. Having a hard time finding a good ref. Site/ book. Suggestions? Thanks
Keep digging...: Haven't seen a cookbook (the government surely frowns upon cookbooks) for illegal drugs. Keep checking one website after another, and your data will grow. The site http://www. Incb. Org/incb/en/precursors/index. Html leads to a page of precursors, but doesn't say exactly which drugs each precursor is used to make. Also, ask president obama (http://www. Whitehouse. Gov/ondcp/precursor-chemicals). ...Read more
Can someone who tested positive on illicit drugs (and are now clean) have their RX for pain meds reinstated if they experience proven intolerable pain?
Pain Control: You may have burned that bridge. What does your pain contract say? ...Read more
I have a drug test tomorrow to detect 'illicit' drugs. I am 21 years old. Does alcohol fall into this category?
Possibly: Hemorrhage can occur from seepage of a vein under the conjunctival lining of the eye. It stays bright red and for a while will spread over a larger area looking quite dramatic. Pain usually is absent to minimal. If you have much pain or the vision is altered, then you need evaluation by your ophthalmolgist. ...Read more
You can find online info from these eye sites:
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/9265701
http://eyewiki. Aao. Org/vitreous_hemorrhage. ...Read more
Vitreous hemorrhage: Or blood within the eyeball can be caused by diferrent things. In a diabetic it may be due to the growth of new blood vessels while in a high myope it could be due to a tear of the retina. Either way, it requires a good retinal exam and follow up. The key warning signs that the retina could be in trouble are vision loss or change, flashes or photopsias, and floaters or translucent opacity. ...Read more
Over the last 8 months I keep getting mild subconjunctival hemorrhage's in my eye. These are new and how can I resolve the underlying issue?
Check blood: Taking anticoagulants? Having clotting disorder (check blood work)? traumatic (eye rubbing)? high blood pressure? other vascular disease like diabetes or cancers? Any dilated tortuous blood vessels on the white part of the eye (venous congestion)? contact lens wear (check fit)? check meds? No conjunctivitis right? Or surgery? if recurrent, have it checked out. ...Read more
Recurrent subconjunctival hemorrhage I have had recurring subconjunctival hemorrhages in both eyes. I have sjogren's and use drops but was wondering if there is any significance to the recurrence (other than that it looks like someone is constantly pokin
Conjunctival blood: Technically, allergies only cause the blood vessels on the eye to become more prominent ("bloodshot"). When the blood vessels are more prominent, however, it is easier for one of them to break open and hemorrhage. Allergies also may cause someone to rub their eyes more which, in turn, can lead to a hemorrhage. ...Read more
See an eye doctor.: Hemorrhages can be spontaneous but it is still a good idea to be seen by a doctor whenever you have something new happening with your eye. This is especially important if your are having any other symptoms such as pain. ...Read more
Can heavy bleeding for long periods of time during your period effect the eyes or your vision in any way?
I'm experiencing sight loss due to hemorrhaging in my left eye. Cause is warfarin. Off warf now. How long before eye clears?
Over the last 5 days, my eye has hemorrhaged multiple times. It appears like a puffy little balloon encircling my iris. How can I get this to stop?
Probably not repeat: The space in which hemorrhage spreads on the front of the eye is narrow and the bleeding from one event over several days or more will spread over a very wide area looking like a rebleed but usually is the spread of a first and only bleed. This will resorb and your eye should go back to normal. You need to seen an ophthalmologist only if the eye hurts or the vision changes. ...Read more
Maybe very red: Subconjunctival hemorrhages can be small patches or may cover the whole white of the eye and look quite alarming....The affected areas are blood red in general but change color as they resolve like a bruise does. ...Read more
My eye keeps repeatingly hemorrhaging since I had a lens transplant. It bleeds every two weeks. What should doctors test for?
For the past year I keep getting a hemorrhage in my left eye every 3 to 4 months. Most of the eye turns bright red. No pain. Possible causes?
? location of hemorrh:
You may have experienced subconjunctival hemorrhage which is visible to the naked eye and is located on the white part of the eye (called sclera). This is a relatively harmless condition. Sometimes it is related to high BP. So I would advise you to first get your PCP to check your eyes and he will likely check your BP also.
This should be the first step. He may send you to a Eye specialist, if need ...Read more
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