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Where Should Stepchildren Be Listed In An Obituary
Restate the q: Your question is not clear. Is it in relation to another question you asked before? Please restate the complete question ...Read more
Can you be listed on an organ registry of people who have similar diseases to you so you can get organs quicker?
Not really but.....: The one exception i can think of is the case for kidney transplant in recipients that have hepatitis c. We don't give deceased donor kidneys from patients with exposure to hepatitis c to recipients that have never been exposed. The transmission rate approaches 100%. But for those recipients who have had hepatitis c, they can get a kidney quicker if they will agree to accept a hepatitis c organ. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nocturnal dypsonea, fine during the day. Note medications listed are day time only i stopped taking at nite 2m ago wen sob started. What can cause it?
Discuss: your concerns further with your pharmacist & you doctor. Being listed as a potential side effect does not mean that you will necessarily get that side effect. You can ask if this is a common side effect and if It resolves once off the medication. ...Read more
Sugar can be listed in the ingredients list by different names. What is two other names for sugar?
Would the symptoms listed on my profile be consistent with a fibromyalgia dx? I have been in pain for months.
Do you know what the shelf life of domperidone is? I have a bottle from Jan 2013 but it has no expiry date listed
From production: It is reported this medication has a shelf life of 4 years. But that's starting from when it was initially produced. It's unclear based on what you describe about when your particular bottle would "expire". If you are concerned contact the pharmacy where it was purchased or just throw it away and renew your prescription with your doctor. ...Read more
If you are going dairy free to test if dairy affects skin,can you eat something that has traces of milk even when milk isn't listed in ingredients?
Why am i having major reactions to medications that are either 'rare' or not listed? The doctors don't believe me. I have never used anything illegal.
Rx medications: Are researched and side effects (se) documented before before being prescribed by a dr. Often, medication se are recognized after public. Researchers look for these and report it (postmarketing). So a dr has a good idea of the anticipated se. Idiosyncratic and allergic reaction to multiple medications is rare, but can be seen. In valid instances, a pharmacologist or immunologist may be consulted. ...Read more
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