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Recurring Taste Symptoms
Salty: I don't recognize a salty taste as being related to the thyroid but you MUST see your primary doctor about this as soon as possible. I would appreciate learning what information you get from your doctor.. ...Read more
I keep having reoccuring UTIs. I have one now and it seems to be getting better but, I only have symptoms in the morning. What do I do?
Biter taste at the end of my food since 3 days.was on tizandine and mabeverine stop last week.no other symptoms.
Same hapened lst month & gone alon?
No: If it effectively treated early in the disease course, recurrence of symptoms is more likely to be a new infection than the same previous bout. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed and treated of pericarditis for about 5 years now but still symptoms keep reoccurring severely. I need help. Am just 32yr old.
Colchicine/NSAIDs: Recurrent and relapsing pericarditis can be a rare complication of initial viral pericarditis or a by-product f uto immune connective tissue disease. When it recurs over years imaging (such as a ct/echo) might show signs of developing calcification that can one day lead to constrictive pericarditis. Steroid use wary in pericarditis trt can predispose to later relapses. Colchicine/nsaid's help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been taking phytob for my flushing menopausal symptoms for 4 years, when I stop it they recur, I am 57 y/old and want to try something diferent, ?
Volcano alert: Sometimes hot flashes feel like a volcano erupting, other times like a lava lake. Menopause transition average 5 years (sometimes 10 years but less symptoms over time). Does phyto-b work when you use it? Other supplement choices: black cohosh, vitex/chaste berry, acupuncture. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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