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Hi I would pose this question at your doctor, see what he/she says.It could be just for insurance, in case you BP goes high at anytime.If this is...
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Hi If you mean doing it without drugs you can, its all down to diet and exercise, if you can do it, then you slowly come of the drugs with your...
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I'M TYPE 2 HAVE SEVERE NEUROPATHY I'VE TAKEN GABAPENTIN AND IT DID NOTHING THEN I STARTED TAKING LYRICA AND WOW I COULD NOT LIVE WITHOUT IT...
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Hi Look I have had night sweats ever since I was young, been tested a few times and nothing ever shows up, and some nights you could float me out of...
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Without knowing you or your doctor, it’s not possible to know what blood work was performed. With that said, it is a safe bet that your recent blood...
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That is probably caused by the extra fluids in your mom's system that she gets rid of so the bladder will overfill itself. You should see your...
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If your diabetes is well-controlled, unsweetened applesauce should not be a problem. You can always monitor your response, however, by checking your...
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You need to see a good foot specialist....a podiatrist. Not only will they determine the reason for your foot pain, they will also suggest shoes or...
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Hi Try 5 days on 1200, and 2 on 500, your be surprised what you can on the 500 days and how much if you work it out. You even do fruit day...
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It's perfectly normal for a person's pulse and blood pressure to rise when they walk or run. This happens because the heart must pump more...
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Yes, the fluctuations do appear to be normal. I do not think that your yawns, dizziness, feeling cranky or shaky presentation are related...
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I found out on my own. It was approved by the FDA in 1985.
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Hi Sorry forgot to say, Have a read of a site called www.spacedoc.com your find very interesting, its all about statins, there is reference to Red...
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