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medical issues and meds

Thursday, July 16, 2020

1. Sleep apnea
2. PTSD
3. Fibromyalgia
4. Anxiety
5. Neuropathy
6. Vitamin D deficiency
7. Stress
8. Enlarged thyroid
9. Metabolic syndrome
10. Fatty liver
11. Calculus of the gallbladder
12. Essential hypertension
13. Mixed hyperlipidemia
14. Iron deficiency
15. Season allergies
16. Pvd (peripheral vascular disease)
17. Chronic pain
18. Idiopathic progressive neuropathy
19. Type 2 diabetes
20. High cholesterol
21. Bulging discs in neck
22. Degernative discs in lower back
23. Depression
24. insomnia

meds

1. pravastatin
2. benicar
3.bupropion
4. celecoxib
5. montelukast
6. fluticasone propionate
7. cetrizine
8. ferrous sulfate
9.. ergocalciferol 50000 unit
10.. melformin
11. calcium
12. amitriplyline
13. celebrex
14. bentyl
have an epen too.

please dont be alarmed at this list. This is the best place for me to list it. so i dont lose it. I can look it up on here and spell things right when i have to list it.
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  • UNICORN212
    A lot of those things can be related. Now is the time to get healthier and try to drop some items from the list.

    225 days ago
  • LAANNE
    I think it is good that you have a place to keep track of things. Make sure you are taking care of you! emoticon
    278 days ago
  • 1DAY-ATA-TIME
    That's quite a list and a lot of issues to work through. Take care of yourself.
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    278 days ago
  • TRACY9103
    all are the main. Have to take all at different times of the day, some are 2 or three times a day, just to make it through the day. the pain never stops. Right now i have so many appointments this month. Just to see which ones I can leave off, change the doses or change to something else.

    I will keep you posted.
    279 days ago
  • SLIMMERKIWI
    That's about the same length as my medication list. My sister's is literally twice as long. There is no need to feel embarrassed or ashamed. We need to take whatever it takes for us to repair our mind and body, and if it can't be repaired, at least stop it getting worse or slowing it down. I've got a spreadsheet - at the top is the list of diagnoses and when I was diagnosed/dates of surgeries, family history (strokes/heart issues/diabetes) plus a section for my meds/dose/what they are for, etc etc. When I go to the Dr I highlight what ones are needed and print it off and take that. Ii also have a couple printouts enclosed in my wallet and my mobile wallet for if I need it in an emergency (going to hospital etc.)
    279 days ago
  • SHOAPIE
    Oh, my. That’s quite a long list! I’d want it written down too. Now which ones are your main focus for improving your health. Pick 2 -3 to work on first. Then reevaluate. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    279 days ago
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