I am 39 years old and am realtively healthy. Two weeks ago I started on the "Colinex" intestional cleaner program and have been taking a lot of herbs. I am not sure if this can contribute to any of my symptoms. A week ago I started to sweat during the night, not drenching sweats just on my neck and chest a little bit. I also have noticed that at times I feel a bit "spacy". I have not had any fevers but have noticed that sometimes in the evening my temperature will go a lot lower than it normally does. I have energy, an appetitie, no weight loss and feel okay. I did go to the doctor yesterday and she is running some bloodwork for hormones, thyroid and a CBC with differential. Does anyone have any thoughts or comments as to what this may be?
I actually did this exact cleanse from Dr Nutra, in November and had serious problems that are ongoing right now. My sister did it as well with no problems. I could only do it for part of the month almost made it to week three. I must say that it really cleaned me out and got rid of my nausea that I was experiencing for over a year. But the severe cramping I got, holy s--- that was so painful it was unbelievable. I would all of the sudden get a hot flash than i would get severe contraction pain than vomit. the pain would last for 5 hrs. The last time this happened i went to the doctor and they found 2 cysts. I still dont think that its the problem, Cause since than i have weird bowel movements. I eat so much vegetables and drink so much water and i still can barely go once every two days. And when I do its painful. Does this sound fimiliar? I was told by dr nutra that I had to much yeast in my body that is why it was so painful and that i needed to buy some probotics in which i did but it didnt help. I still have no idea what happened. Maybe i have serious colon problems. My mother has colitis and her father had colon cancer and her nefpew has chrones. I also had hives like crazy i guess the toxins that came out. not sure if that helps or not
I was wondering if someone can help me about two days ago i was just sitting down in a chait and i almost fainted i got real lightheaded then i was fine..two more days past and i was going outside and my body started gettin numbed and my whole body was warm and i got real lightheaded and i went and told my mom then i was fine..i dunno what this could be and i get lightheaded when i cough i have had a lil cold and im menstruating right now could those be the problems? please help
I had the exact same thing happen to me as a teen. I had really heavy periods a couple of times, and blacked out. I was still standing, and I could hear sort of muffled what was going on. I just couldn't see. I felt all hot. Most of te times it happened, I had just gotten up, and had bled really heavy in the night. I think my red blood was just really low, and there was not enough to go around. You should still see your gyno if this happens again.
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