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Diaphoresis in a 54 y0 woman

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  • Posted By: richmalloy
  • May 31, 2008
  • 03:48 PM

My wife is a 54 y o Caucasian woman. Her medical history is significant for:

Acute Myelogenous Leukemia, Remission since 2003, treated with high dose cytarabine and daunorubicin
Hypothyroidism, on levothyroxine since 1985
S/P Repair of a Patent A-S-D, discovered and closed with a flutter valve in 2005
Over the prior two years, she has had the following symptoms, in order of significance;

Diaphoresis, generalized and with no common precipitation
DOE and Mild SOB
Significant weight gain
Abdominal distention
Lower extremity edema
Fatigue and Malaise
Sleep Disorders
Signs of Cognitive changes, determination
She has taken a morphine long acting agent, hydrocodone for many years, at a stable dose

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