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
Lower extremity edema
Fatigue and Malaise
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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