64/female...I took advill 1200 mg per day x 3 months then Vicodin/500-5 5-6 times per day= then switched to Percocet..for the past 4 weeks taking no oral pain medication but have a fently patch
Aout 5 weeks ago came down with what I thought was a horrible case of the flue. Nausea got a little better however it comes and goes,,,sweats at night. ..chills during the day however our weather here has been very cold....I have had an EGD with Biopsys EGD showed chronic gastritis of antrum and lower stomach and Esophagitis with some erosive mucosa. MD started me taking Protonix. Still have no apetite and still have nausea. MD ordered a Hida Scan...Would the results of this show if I had drug induced hepatitis? Sometimes I think the Nausea is a little better if I take 1/2 zanax before I try to eat something?
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