64 yr old woman. meds, prochlorperazineand ondansetron for nausea, ambian to sleep, levothyroxine for thyroid, zonisamide for leg cramps, Toprol, amlodipine for blood pressure, ipratropium bromide and albutrerol sulfate for breathing treatrments, humulin for diabetes. I have current symptoms as follows; nausea and some vomiting, fatigue, shaking of hands, listlessness, fever that comes and goes as well as chills, constantly tired and sleeping a lot, weight loss, lost 25 lbs. in last 3 months without trying. spent 20 days in hospital and they ran multipal tests and procedures and had no diagnosis. was out for 2 weeks with all symptoms still present. went to dr office 3 days ago and almost passed out. had chest pain ans shortness of breath. dr gave nitro tab and o2 , felt better. admitted to hospital and cardiac says heart fine. still in hospital with all other symptoms. do you have many ideas.
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If you had all tests and everything normal then I think you need to re adjust your medications with your doctors as these symptoms might be side effects and interactions from long term taking your drugs or adding a new drug to your sheet..
Thyroid dysfunction and levothyroxine must be playing a major role in these symptoms.
Check the dose and the desired hormones level for your body..
these symptoms may be due to some drug interactions of the drugs that you are taking. recheck the medicines ,their pharmacology and the doses and get it confirmed from your doctor
THERE SEEMS TO BE A MISMATCH BETWEEN YOUR BODY HORMONAL STRUCTURE AND THE MEDICINES THAT YOU HAVE BEEN TAKING. RE-ADJUSTING THE MEDICINES DOSAGES AND IF REQUIRED,REPLACING THE CURRENT MEDICINES WITH NEW GENERATION ONES CAN BENEFIT YOU
low immunity with hormonal changes to some extent can cause these symptoms. as all your tests are negative,you should not be worried. anxiety also is a contributing factor. de-stress yourself,yoga and meditation can help