Woke up again thi morning sweating and sick to my stomach. Now almost 3:30 pm. I have taken Levsin 3 times, 1/2 Zofran 3 times, Omeprazole 20 mg plus my Xanax. I am getting no relief and feeling worse! What the heck is wrong and why don't these meds work? Husband will not take me to the ER again. Can't exist like this every day .
Yes, I see the Endo doc Friday for follow up on thyroid. Had testing done and two biopsies on nodules.
Been on low dose Xanax for over 4 years.
Levsin is new, couple of weeks. Really makes dry mouth wires and some constipation. Omeprazole 2 or 3 months but have cut the dose, he said that was ok. I had problems on Nexium.
Zofran prescribed when Levsin was to take as needed.
Again woke up T about 5:00 am sweating and stomach getting upset and bloating and nausea. Took Xanax, Levsin and Gas X, no better.
Something isn't right. I am sick!
Wonder if I should get a second opinion. This is about daily now.
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