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What besides brain tumors cause psychomotor asthenia?


I'm interested in knowing which of these three cause that particular symptom: 1) SLE, 2) MS, and 3) Hypothyroidism

Tell me any others that come to mind too.
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All of the above.
There are mental illnesses which cause psychomotor anasthenia (also known as psychomotor retardation), like severe depression, catatonia, and conversion reaction.
Additionally, any damage to the frontal and/or prefrontal cortices will cause it, like stroke, anoxia, encephalitis and traumatic brain injury. Parkinson's disease, cistercircosis, tertiary sypillis, Pick's disease, and Cruetzfeld-Jakov disease often show psychomotor anasthenia as a symptom, too. There are others, but they don't immediately come to mind.  (+ info)

Do you suffer from spring asthenia? How do you deal with it?


Winter food is generally less rich in vitamins, calcium and the magnesium in vegetables. The lack of magnesium and calcium can lead to that feeling of weakness. The lack of calcium, experts explained, also comes from the body’s failure to synthesize vitamin D, a result of months with little sunlight. And the lack of sunlight over long periods can in itself lead to depression.

Best way to deal with it is healthy diet and lifestyle. Get outdoors frequently - dont just stay in as its cold!  (+ info)

what is neurocirculatory asthenia? is it curable?


its signs and symptoms and medications.
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Have you done a web search on it? WebMD is a good source for the information signs, symptoms, and treatment.  (+ info)

Is it normal to prescribe a high dose of fluoxetine for more than 9 years?


that`s what my psichiatrist prescribed for dysthimia, but for months now I`ve been suffering many symptons (weakness, asthenia, etc) for which the doctors don`t find a cause yet. Could all be because of the 60 mg of fluoxetine per day taken for over ten years?I`, n in danger of intoxication?
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You could probably get the best answer to your question from your pharmacist who prescribes your medication. He is the expert and actually knows more about medications than your psychiatrist or doctor<  (+ info)

The question is about the medication called Paxil?


If this drug has so many side effect like Asthenia,sweating,nausea,decreased appetite,somnolence,dizziness,insomina,tremor,nervousness,ejaculatory disturbance,and other genital disorders why keep prescribing this medication to people if it is going to make you worse..
Question #1: has anyone been prescribe this medication in the past ?
Question #2: has anyone been feeling these side effects like I have ?
i think this medication should be taking off the market because since taking it i feel worse than before
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Welcome to the club. I've used Celexa, Lexapro, Paxil, Wellbutrin, Zyprexa, Zoloft, and Remeron. Finally, after all of those and a couple of suicide attempts, I found my way out in a book called, "The Feeling Good Handbook" by David Burns, MD.

Here's what I'm left with after all that.... Antidepressants don't cure anything. All they do is suppress your feelings a little. Doctors prescribe them because they don't know what else to do and they've been brainwashed by the big pharmaceuticals. I think advertising drugs should be prohibited, and doctors should be made to take the crap themselves before prescribing it. But, that's just my opinion.  (+ info)

why these people are not that afraid or anxious?


there are people especially in their old age, have lots of health problems, some are incurable, some are life threatening and yet these people who have their diseases are not that in despair or they don't think that much of their situation.they are in a calm state..why am i so much worried about lots of things especially my health..i am afraid that i might die soon..this and that.but there are still no diagnosis about my condition.my doctor says its mental asthenia..why i worry a lot and afraid much..
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Dear heart what can I do to help you? Nothing but send you love and care from me and mine. Yes I am elderly and ill and disabled but it is not going to beat me - I could die tomorrow or next day this year or next or not for 5 10 or even 20years. Yes I have pain. So why do I give in only rarely? Because I have a lovely family and they support me and emotionally I support them from my smallest grandchild to my eldest daughter. We have had our bad times (so very bad at times) but through it all we had the one thing that kept us together and keeps me going now and that thing is love. Look out of your shell and at the wonderful world around us, look into your own self and love the nice things you will find. Dwell on the good you have done and that you may do tomorrow and know that in your pain and fear our love is shared with you. Be brave my lad believe in yourself and all will be well for you.
from Dot and family x.
ps
copied this you may find help or advice here as well. I hope so.
'Anxiety, Addiction and Depression Treatments
We are a blog about anxiety, addiction, depression and depression treatment as well as other issues in mental health. Read about and discuss new treatments, ...www.treatmentonline.com/treatments'.  (+ info)

Are you getting your child the swine flu shot?


Here are possible child effects of the swine flu shot.
*Local injection site reactions (including pain, pain limiting limb movement, redness, swelling, warmth, ecchymosis, induration)
*Hot flashes/flushes
*Chills
*Fever
*Malaise
*Shivering
*Fatigue
*Asthenia
*Facial edema.
*Immune system disorders
*Hypersensitivity reactions (including throat and/or mouth edema)
*In rare cases, hypersensitivity reactions have lead to anaphylactic shock and death
*Cardiovascular disorders
*Vasculitis (in rare cases with transient renal involvement)
*Syncope shortly after vaccination
*Digestive disorders
*Diarrhea
*Nausea
*Vomiting
*Abdominal pain.
*Blood and lymphatic disorders
*Local lymphadenopathy
*Transient thrombocytopenia.
*Metabolic and nutritional disorders
*Loss of appetite.
*Arthralgia
*Myalgia
*Myasthenia
*Nervous system disorders
*Headache
*Dizziness
*Neuralgia
*Paraesthesia
*Febrile convulsions
*Guillain-Barré Syndrome
*Myelitis (including encephalomyelitis and transverse myelitis)
*Neuropathy (including neuritis)
*Paralysis (including Bell’s Palsy)
*Respiratory disorders
*Dyspnea
*Chest pain
*Cough
*Pharyngitis
*Rhinitis
*Stevens-Johnson syndrome
*Pruritus
*Urticaria
*Rash (including non-specific, maculopapular, and vesiculobulbous
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Side-effects of marijuana...?


in comparison, here's a list of possible marijuana side-effects I found online, along with possible side-effects of a variety of popular pharmaceuticals

four questions follow:

1.
without looking at the answers, which side-effects do you think are attributable to marijuana?

2.
which side-effects do you think sound worst?


side-effects:

A.
serious cardiovascular thrombotic events, myocardial infarction, and stroke, which can be fatal, increased risk of serious gastrointestinal adverse events including bleeding, ulceration, and perforation of the stomach or intestines, which can be fatal. These events can occur at any time during use and without warning symptoms. Elderly patients are at greater risk for serious gastrointestinal events. Abdominal pain, Diarrhea, Dispepsia, Flatulence, Nausea, Back pain, Peripheral, edema, Injury-accidental, Dizziness, Headache, Insomnia, Respiratory Pharyngitis, Rhinitis, Sinusitis, Upper respiratory tract infection, Rash.


B.
anaphylactic reaction (including laryngeal edema), asthenia, face edema, pain
AUDITORY: sudden decrease or loss of hearing, tinnitus
CARDIOVASCULAR: angina pectoris, chest pain, hypertension, hypotension, myocardial ischemia, myocardial infarction, palpitation, postural hypotension, syncope, tachycardia
DIGESTIVE: abdominal pain, abnormal liver function tests, diarrhea, dry mouth, dysphagia, esophagitis, gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux, GGTP increased, vomiting
MUSCULOSKELETAL: arthralgia, back pain, myalgia, neck pain
NERVOUS: hypertonia, hypesthesia, insomnia, paresthesia, somnolence, vertigo
RESPIRATORY: dyspnea, epistaxis, pharyngitis
SKIN AND APPENDAGES:photosensitivity reaction, pruritus, rash, sweating
OPHTHALMOLOGIC: abnormal vision, blurred vision, chromatopsia, changes in color vision, conjunctivitis (increased redness of the eye), dim vision, eye pain, glaucoma, photophobia, watery eyes
UROGENITAL: abnormal ejaculation, priapism (including prolonged or painful erections)


C.
Trouble remembering things, Sleepiness, Anxiety, Paranoia, Altered time perception, Dry mouth, Nausea, Headache, Tremor, Decreased coordination, Increased heart rate, Altered pulmonary status, Altered body temperature, Reduced muscle strength, Decreased cerebral blood flow, Increased food consumption, Anxiety and panic, Paranoia, Confusion, Aggressiveness, Hallucinations, Sedation, Altered libido, Possible suicidal ideation, Depersonalization, Derealization, Poor sense of time, Worsened short-term memory, Addictive behaviors, Amotivational syndrome


D.
arrhythmias, sinus tachycardia, prolongation of the conduction time leading to myocardial infarction and stroke, drowsiness, dry mouth, fatigue, headache, abdominal pain, acid regurgitation, constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, nausea, irritability, mental acuity decreased, nervousness, upper respiratory infection, and pharyngitis. Syncope; malaise.

Cardiovascular: Tachycardia; arrhythmia; vasodilatation; palpitation; hypotension.

Digestive: Vomiting; anorexia; diarrhea; gastrointestinal pain; gastritis; thirst; flatulence; edema of the tongue; abnormal liver function and rare reports of hepatitis, jaundice and cholestasis.

Hypersensitivity: Anaphylaxis; angioedema; pruritus; facial edema; urticaria; rash.

Musculoskeletal: Local weakness.

Nervous System and Psychiatric: Seizures, ataxia; vertigo; dysarthria; tremors; hypertonia; convulsions; muscle twitching; disorientation; insomnia; depressed mood; abnormal sensations; anxiety; agitation; psychosis, abnormal thinking and dreaming; hallucinations; excitement; paresthesia; diplopia. Sweating, ageusia; tinnitus, urinary frequency and/or retention. Chest pain; edema. Hypertension; myocardial infarction; heart block; stroke. Paralytic ileus, tongue discoloration; stomatitis; parotid swelling. Inappropriate ADH syndrome. Purpura; bone marrow depression; leukopenia; eosinophilia; thrombocytopenia. Elevation and lowering of blood sugar levels; weight gain or loss. Myalgia. Decreased or increased libido; abnormal gait; delusions; aggressive behavior; paranoia; peripheral neuropathy; Bell's palsy; alteration in EEG patterns; extrapyramidal symptoms. Dyspnea. Photosensitization; alopecia. Impaired urination; dilatation of urinary tract; impotence; testicular swelling; gynecomastia; breast enlargement; galactorrhea.


E.
Drowsiness; dry mouth; stomach pain ; tiredness; trouble sleeping. Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue; unusual hoarseness); dark urine; fainting; fast or irregular heartbeat; mental or mood changes; persistent fatigue; seizures; severe dizziness; unusual bruising or bleeding; yellowing of eyes or skin. headache, fatigue, and somnolence. dry mouth and nausea or vomiting. Pharyngitis, dyspepsia, and increased appetite. liver function abnormalities, acute hepatitis. wheezing, coughing, bronchitis, sinusitis
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1) C

2) A  (+ info)

yaz adverse reactions what the hell. this stuff is not good. any input?


now i know why i feel like crap. anyone else have any of these issues. i can't get over some of these.


A lower dose of ethinyl estradiol
In keeping with the movement to reduce the amount of estrogen
in oral contraceptives, YAZ was designed to combine a lower
dose of ethinyl estradiol (EE)—20 mcg vs 30 mcg for Yasmin—
with the unique progestin drsp.1-3
Important Safety Information
The most frequent (>1%) treatment-emergent adverse events,
listed in descending order, reported with the use of YAZ in the
contraception clinical trials, which may or may not be drugrelated,
included: upper respiratory infection, headache, breast
pain, vaginal moniliasis, leukorrhea, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting,
vaginitis, abdominal pain, flu syndrome, dysmenorrhea,
moniliasis, allergic reaction, urinary tract infection, accidental
injury, cystitis, tooth disorder, sore throat, infection, fever, surgery,
sinusitis, back pain, emotional lability, migraine, suspicious
Papanicolaou smear, dyspepsia, rhinitis, acne, gastroenteritis,
bronchitis, pharyngitis, skin disorder, intermenstrual bleeding,
decreased libido, weight gain, pain, depression, increased
cough, dizziness, menstrual disorder, pain in extremity, pelvic
pain, and asthenia.
i got off of it. saturday was my last pill. i had horrible anxiety so bad i was scared to be alone and with my kids.(i have never been like that) i was on it for 2 months last year then got off due to headaches and feeling yucky but decided to give it another try well same thing only got more anxiety. i am now wondering how long it takes to get out of my system.
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