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possible myoclonas/sleep apnea/severe back pain/sweating

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  • Posted By: Todd1963
  • October 27, 2006
  • 04:47 PM

Please help me im 43 yrs old i have high blood pressure which i take medications for i take paxil for panic attacks i dont know what is going on with me i have been having severe ***k movements when i first lay down and close my eyes although my wife says i ***k even when i sleep which i dont sleep well either i sleep for maybe 2 to 3 hrs then i wake up then a couple more later etc.etc. i have back pain like u wouldnt believe i have 2 deteriorated disks but i dont know if that is y or not my back has been swollen lately in my lower making it hard to stay on my feet to long and i seem to sweat like crazy after taking a shower i try to take only 2 a wk cause i dont stop sweating for what seems like hours it comes from the top of my head all the way to my feet i had diarreara 2 weeks ago for about 2 wks then it started to go back to normal but sometimes now it hurts when i go (almost a feeling of it being to big around sorry but thats what it feels like)and sometimes my stomach gets upset and i have to go immediately i do have sleep apnea i have been tested for it and i have a machine im so tired of feeling like this all the time i have no energy right now im off work i just had carple tunnel surgery on my right hand also trigger release surgery on right hand ring finger which is still sore and i had surgery august 3rd today is oct 27th 2006 i think ive covered it all Nope i have asthma too:eek: PLEASE SOMEBODY HELP ME :) im TIRED OF THIS:confused: :confused: THANK YOU

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  • sounds awful you poor thing. sleep apnea - my husband had central sleep apnea and had his mercury fillings out. The central sleep apnea stopped. Checked toxins? Tried a kinesiologist? Get a good one and she can check for all sorts of things, and balance the system with herbs etc. I was v ill and attended one in desperation. I am better than I ever have been now, and trained as a kinesiologist . Very best wishes Jen
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • September 11, 2007
    • 11:10 AM
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  • The high blood pressure medicine can cause the painful stool problem. The docs always start a person on diuretics which make all the tissues let loose of their excess moisture. At first we pee more often, then the hard, big stools start in and OWOWOWOW! Be sure to drink lots of water, at least with meals, two glasses, to keep all that stuff soft. You can get stool softeners (NOT laxatives) at a local pharmacy. Be sure to tell your doctor the next time you visit. Try a warm bath in Epsom salts (magnesium) before you go to bed. Very relaxing! Doctors use magnesium to stop labor contractions; great for tense muscles. Also, think about relaxing things and promise yourself not to worry about anything until the morning. That's what helps me. Good luck!!:D
    Magpie 10 Replies
    • October 16, 2007
    • 04:33 AM
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