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A male who uses drugs vomited and blood also came up. Is this a great concern? What can I do or have him do to help?

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SOURCE: had my bloods taken and my blood sugar results taken were 62 is this high for a male

no but for future information about health please consult your doctor

Posted on Nov 23, 2016

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I got a blood test today for cancer, disease,infections, vitamins and minerals,will my doctor screen for drugs without mine or my moms permission?I also got a ur1ne test for UTI will drugs be tested


the pathologist will only screen for what was written on the form
the water test will reveal drugs and disease and you authorized that by taking the test
you should be more concerned as to the condition of your kidbeys and liver from the **** use rather than being found out that you do drugs

Mar 24, 2018 | Health & Beauty

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Does vomiting cause blood pressure to rise or go down


i'm not a doctor, Malignant hypertension is a dangerous form of very high blood pressure.Symptoms may include: Severe headache. Nausea and vomiting. https://symptomchecker.webmd.com/multiple-symptoms?symptoms=high-blood-pressure%7Cnausea-or-vomiting&symptomids=406%7C156&locations=66%7C22 best to seek medical advice from a dotor or pharmasit. or uk call NHS direct.

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I am putting voltarol gel on my leg which is aching from a side effect of hyperthyroidism. Are there any side effects?


From drugs dot com accessed Mar 1 2017:

Common Voltaren Gel side effects may include:
  • indigestion, gas, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting;
  • diarrhea, constipation;
  • headache, dizziness, drowsiness;
  • stuffy nose;
  • itching, increased sweating;
  • increased blood pressure; or.
  • swelling or pain in your arms or legs.

Mar 01, 2017 | Health & Beauty

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I have a rash on belly, neck and top of legs, it is not very itchy but looks very dramatic. I feel sick and vomited a few times. It began with an intense bout of hay fever and on the 3rd day this rash...


allergy to any medical drugs ,plants, chemicals,food ?

look like measles and other such skin rashes ?
a blood allergy can be serious
should NOT wait in this

a medical practitioner or hospital is required asap

Nov 08, 2016 | Miscellaneous

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What causes low blood pressure?


low blood pressure dangerous only if it causes
noticeable signs and symptoms, such as:
Dizziness or lightheadedness
Fainting (called syncope )
Dehydration and unusual thirst - Dehydration can sometimes
cause blood pressure to drop. However, dehydration does not
automatically signal low blood pressure. Fever, vomiting, severe
diarrhea, overuse of diuretics and strenuous exercise can all lead
to dehydration, a potentially serious condition in which your body
loses more water than you take in. Even mild dehydration ( a loss
of as little as 1 percent to 2 percent of body weight ), can cause
weakness, dizziness and fatigue.
Lack of concentration
Blurred vision
Nausea
Cold, clammy, pale skin
Rapid, shallow breathing
Fatigue
Depression
Low blood pressure can occur with:
Prolonged bed rest
Pregnancy - During the first 24 weeks of pregnancy, it's
common for blood pressure to drop.
Decreases in blood volume - A decrease in blood volume can
also cause blood pressure to drop. A significant loss of blood
from major trauma, dehydration or severe internal bleeding
reduces blood volume, leading to a severe drop in blood pressure.
Certain medications - A number of drugs can cause low blood
pressure, including diuretics and other drugs that treat
hypertension; heart medications such as beta blockers; drugs for
Parkinson's disease; tricyclic antidepressants; erectile dysfunction
drugs, particularly in combination with nitroglycerine; narcotics
and alcohol. Other prescription and over-the-counter drugs may
cause low blood pressure when taken in combination with HBP
medications.
Heart problems - Among the heart conditions that can lead to
low blood pressure are an abnormally low heart rate
(bradycardia ), problems with heart valves , heart attack and heart
failure . Your heart may not be able to circulate enough blood to
meet your body's needs.
Endocrine problems - Such problems include complications with
hormone-producing glands in the body's endocrine systems;
specifically, an under-active thyroid (hypothyroidism), parathyroid
disease, adrenal insufficiency (Addison's disease), low blood
sugar and, in some cases, diabetes.
Severe infection (septic shock) - Septic shock can occur when
bacteria leave the original site of an infection (most often in the
lungs, abdomen or ******* tract) and enter the bloodstream. The
bacteria then produce toxins that affect blood vessels, leading to
a profound and life-threatening decline in blood pressure.
Allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) - Anaphylactic shock is a
sometimes-fatal allergic reaction that can occur in people who are
highly sensitive to drugs such as penicillin, to certain foods such
as peanuts, or to bee or wasp stings. This type of shock is
characterized by breathing problems, hives, itching, a swollen
throat and a sudden, dramatic fall in blood pressure.
Neurally mediated hypotension - Unlike orthostatic
hypotension, this disorder causes blood pressure to drop after
standing for long periods, leading to symptoms such as dizziness,
nausea and fainting. This condition primarily affects young people
and occurs because of a miscommunication between the heart
and the brain.
Nutritional deficiencies - A lack of the essential vitamins B-12
and folic acid can cause anemia, which in turn can lead to low
blood pressure.
Severely low blood pressure can have underlying causes that may:
Be an indication of serious heart, endocrine or neurological
disorders
Deprive the brain and other vital organs of oxygen and
nutrients, ultimately leading to shock, which can be life
threatening

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I found a small white round pill with 233 on one side and 93 on the other


Pill Identification Wizard from Drugs com



Pill imprint 93 233 has been identified as Ondansetron hydrochloride 4 mg.

Ondansetron is used in the treatment of nausea/vomiting; gastroenteritis; alcohol dependence; obsessive compulsive disorder; nausea/vomiting, chemotherapy induced (and more), and belongs to the drug class 5HT3 receptor antagonists. There is no proven risk in humans during pregnancy. Ondansetron 4 mg is not subject to the Controlled Substances Act.

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What are the side effects of ephedrine?


There are a lot of positive side-effects and the negative side-effects only occur when taken in higher doses than the recommended, or they take it with caffeine and certain medications and supplements. If taken incorrectly, it is known to cause things like insomnia or heart palpitations. There's some great information online on how to use it safely (source: ow) and correctly.

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