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... If I were you, I would contact the doctor as soon as possible. ... (2 replies)
... drugs and my white blood cell count has been dropping My doctor, an expert in these diseases, just told me to stop the rifampin. I also take fish oil 2000 i.u. as a supplement. I just read where fish oil could be the reason for the low count. Has anyone had this experience? ... (2 replies)
... ack to the doctor. It is possible that the infection is still there and with a history of Pneumonia, you dont want it to come back....he needs another blood test as well as someone to listen to his lungs to be sure its really gone. ... (1 replies)

... Hi all and thank you for taking time to repsond i greatly appyou eciate it Had my ultrasound and my thyrpid was swollen, as well as blood work i have dangerously low vitamin d doctor had to prescribe high dose becuase it was so low. ... (4 replies)
... Hello all, :) thank you for replying i really appreciate it, my blood test came back with severly low vitamin d, dr. Had to precribe a heavy dose of it becuase she said a simple change of diet would not work at this point :( i had an ultrasound and my thyroid is minimally swollen on the left side, i had a ct. Scan of the chest and i am waiting for results on that now to see... (4 replies)
... results are all in the low end of normal. The area that is off is small airways which can be asthma or some mild form of COPD. The Drs are not overly concerned as the tests are stable. I get different inhalers to keep trying till i get the right one. Is my life miserable, no but I have the same as you. ... (3 replies)
... I would be freaking out bigtime as's understandable considering your father's cancer. My mom had lung cancer, so the fear is logical in my mind. ... (4 replies)
... The cardiomediastinal contour is normal. There is a stable tiny area of linear atelectasis in the left base. As noted previously there is a 2. ... (0 replies)
... ray showed possible 8mm nodule in middle medastinum but could be an end on vessel or occult nodule. I have a bad cough with Bad chest pain. Ct is Being ordered as Well as ultra sound for My neck and armpit. ... (4 replies)
Feb 28, 2018
... Good for you for stopping smoking! As a former smoker, I know how difficult that is! ... (2 replies)
... As far as recovery, my doctor told me 6 months, and at 6 months it still hurt, and he told me a year, and at a year, he said it might always hurt. ... (5 replies)
... I have many health problems but as of the moment I am very concerned about a message I got from my pulmonary doctor. ... (0 replies)
... I do however have a prescription for 100mg Doxycycline per day, as an antimalarial. ... (0 replies)
... There are also various medications that can be used to treat reflux as well. ... (3 replies)
... breathing problems as soon as I lay down.started with a cough,lots of phlegm. ... (3 replies)
... cough. Following this I developed a pain in my back which feels as if it is directly across from the pain in my rib cage below the breast. It has been seven weeks since the initial pain started, and I still have it. ... (2 replies)
... are different drugs that work in different ways and as far as I know kill different things. ... (18 replies)
... it makes me very sick. I was at the doctor's today and she phoned in a prescription for Erythromycin. I haven't got it filled yet. Is that the same drug as Clarithromycin? ... (18 replies)
... It depends on that too -- it's just another varying factor. There are some antibiotics that Absolutely Will Not Kill some bugs. You Absolutely Will Not Kill Haemophilus with penicillin. You Just Might kill Haemophilus with penicillin-related compounds, like ampicillin, or another class of drug, like the cephalosporins. Tobi is a big gun ... but hey, if it works... In fact,... (18 replies)
... really did the trick. I only had to use two courses of it, and the H. flu. was gone. Aminoglycosides are more commonly used to treat more severe infections, such as Pseudomonas, Acinetobacter, Klebsiella, Enterococcus, Mycobacteria, etc. ... (18 replies)

Associated Tags: antiobiotic, breast cancer, chest infection, dense scar tissue in lungs, doxycycline, pleural effusion, severe cough

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