I woke up this morning and felt good, I started to pick up around the house And then I started to fell like I was in drugs or something My eyes fells heavy and i see stars in the sides of my vision got litely dizzie and I have a pressure minor headache combined wt a numbness felling in my forehead, and a buzzing noise in my head, sharp point pain in my head on rite side :( Any one have any idea of what i could have::: Oh and I~m 29 female ,
I head something like a uti like 3 days ago so I took 3 of does azo med and lots of cranberry juice and got better , I been laying down now and my eyes are better just fell a bit a back pain and headache on my rite side
I see, it's good that you didn't take antibiotics but the azo is best to use in severe pain only because like every other drug it has side effects
"Phenazopyridine can also cause headaches, upset stomach (especially when not taken with food), or dizziness. Less frequently it can cause a pigment change in the skin or eyes, to a noticeable yellowish color. This is due to a depressed excretion via the kidneys causing a build up of the drug in the skin, and normally indicates a need to discontinue usage. Other such side effects include fever, confusion, shortness of breath, skin rash, and swelling of the face, fingers, feet, or legs. Long-term use may cause yellowing of nails."
anyway I think that the UTI-like symptoms and the other symptoms can be related. I've read of quite a few other people who had neurological or arthritis-like symptoms associated with UTI and other cold/flu symptoms. it's probably caused by a strain of flu that can trigger immunological/neurological problems that can go on even for a long time.
First of all I recommend that you begin keeping a journal of your symptoms, drugs you've taken, how you're feeling etc.
at least for the headache Ibuprofen 400g or 600g should do. there are cheap generic brand in Pharmacies. if you're taking other drugs consult your doctor or at least check the possible interactions on-line
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