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Can I take Zofran for occasional nausea while taking the generic form of Lexapro (on 5mg now will end up at 10mg)?
Best not to: Ondansetron (Zofran) and escitalopram (Lexapro) are best not taken together due to the risk of a dangerously abnormal heart rhythm in some people. For nausea, prochlorperazine (Compazine) is safer for people taking escitalopram because it does not interact with it in the same way, although prochlorperazine is more sedating and may interact with other medications being taken. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been having my BP go down to 85/62 from 110/75 and I have been feeling dizzy off balance and occasional nausea....what could this be?
Strange weight loss, occasional nausea, slight loss of appetite but craving sweets. It's been happening for several months.
I think you should: be checked for diabetes. Unexplained weight loss is a significant sign and the craving of sweets may indicate some problems with blood sugar control and insulin resistance. We do learn to crave sweets as babies: sweet is the first taste humans learn to prefer. Carbohydrates release the feel-good brain chemical serotonin and the taste of sugar releases endorphins that can relax us. But get checked! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Was on Viibryd but switched to Effexor. Is it still safe to take prochlorperazine for my occasional nausea?
Effexor effects: Effexor is a medication for treatment of Depression. Prochlorperazine can have many side effects. Using Prochlorperazine with Effexor can increase the risk of a rare irregular heart rhythm that may be serious and potentially life-threatening. For occasional nausea, take Ginger ale, 7Up or Gatorade. See Psychiatrist for Diagnosis, Medication benefits and side effects; and Therapy for stress ...Read more
What is the best way to diagnose acute mountain sickness? I usually get headaches, lightheadedness and occasional nausea at high elevation.
Mountain sickness: Those are exactly the symptoms you will feel at higher elevations if you can, try to move upto the higher elevations more gradually and you will accommodate a little better. Good luck. ...Read more
Is there such a thing as acute appendicitis? What r symptoms? I have no fever, occasional nausea, no rebound pain, near constant pain r side, 2 days.
Yes acute appendicit: Pain, nausea, anorexia, fever, tenderness in right lower abdomen are the classic signs and symptoms. Retrocecal appendicitis may show little of these until late, often after rupture. You should get evaluated, by your primary, the er or a general surgeon with possible need for ct for persistent pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain in RT side under ribs that goes down to RT Lower area. Usually relieved after BM. Occasional nausea before BM. Sometimes bloating after eating.
Off balance , feels like pressure in the ear, occasional nausea , TMJ can this lead to vertigo? And cure?
Pain in lower left back and abdomen for 3 days, no fever , occasionally nausea gassy what could it be? Pain severe at times
For years I've had stomach aches almost every night w/occasional nausea, & it only happens at night. Doesn't matter what/when I eat. What could it be?
Night stomach ache: Stomach ache with nausea may be a lot of things. It could be heartburn/reflux. You should eat at least four hours before going to sleep and avoid high fat, high acidic foods. It could also be your gallbladder. I suggest seeing a physician and having an examination. Best wishes ...Read more
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