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Well.. I can: give you some. Depression is the most common at a young age. Drug abuse, use of stimulants including stimulant drugs that are useful (ritalin, etc for ADHD). stimulant effects of some antidepressants. Cancer, in theory. Gastrointestinal disease or other diseases producing nausea. some..... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May be good: Certain antidepressants - not all - are good for neuropathic pain or some other chronic pains. To do this, they must be taken regularly - not like an immediate painkiller. It may actually be safer to control pain by an antidepressant than immediate painkillers because of side effects of the latter such as on the stomach or kidneys - as well as those that habituate (antidepressants don't habituate). ...Read more
See your doctor : Antivert (meclizine) is often prescribed. Sometimes a low dose of a benzodiazepine such as Valium 2.5mg is used. However, Valium can be habit forming and can cause memory problems. Talk to your doctor and make sure the diagnosis is accurate. Sometimes a referral to ENT or Neurology is needed for diagnostic clarification. Unfortunately, chronic vertigo can be difficult to treat. It can be due to a virus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What ailment is related to having intermittient diplopia, headache and difficulty with accomadation?
Several: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Possible reasons: Reasons for an early period can include endometriosis, emergency contraceptives, changes in hormones, polycystic ovarian syndrome, chemotherapy for uterine cancer, perimenopause, eating disorders, intense dieting (especially w high carb diet), marked weight gain, significant over-exercising* anovulatory periods. ...Read more
Multiple, change it: Deficiency of vitamin D, B vitamins can cause fatigue. Other deficiencies such as iron deficiency (anemia), chronic illnesses can cause it. Diet is the key to beating illness and fatigue. Eliminate sugars and high carb foods (grains, lentils based foods) to reduce inflammation. Consuming plenty of healthy fat such as olive oil, saturated fats (butter, coconut oil), flesh foods, vegetables. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Can you provide me with common negative effects of living in constant pain for many years for some people?
Chronic pain: Chronic pain can affect peoples’ ability to take part in activities in all areas of their lives. It can affect their ability to work, to manage simple day-to-day tasks and to enjoy social activities as they did in the past. Chronic pain often has a big impact on peoples’ emotional well-being and overall quality of life. ...Read more
What medicines are there for treating violent mood swings that happen for no reason? And for rapid frustration?
Great Question: First it's important to see a psychiatrist who can give you an accurate diagnosis for what is causing the mood swings. Once that is done, a medication can be prescribed. Counseling may also help. In addition, it would be good to see a general medical doctor, because sometimes a medical condition, like an over-active thyroid gland, can cause mood swings. Hope this answer helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I frequently have dreams with blurred vision and dizziness. Could there be any underlying psychological reasons for this?
Solutions for chronic pain relief? What are some options for dealing with chronic pain that do not have side effects?
Diagnos the problem: Its important to know the etiology of your pain before starting a treatment plan. All treatments have main effects and side effects, the key is to maximize the former and minimize the latter. If you are looking for a comprehensive approach, think about consulting a physical medicine and rehab doc, also called a physiatrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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