I Should Know

…that when I am ready to start WWIII that I am having a physical problem with either my health or my meds. This time it looks like some of my meds caused the meltdown. I was getting symptoms. I was having problems with Quest getting my labs to the doctor. It was taking days.

In desperation when I looked at my last pill of the day HYTRIN and realized that I didn’t need it, I didn’t take it. My symptoms of red patchy skin, mood swings, low blood pressure, and high heart rate subsided.

So I suspect drug interactions. My doctor who called today said my labs looked good. He had no idea what was causing my problems. When I mentioned drug interactions, he agreed. I will be at my primary care physician on Monday and we will be talking about drug interactions and what I need to get rid of in my arsenal of prescribed drugs.

As my hubby said when I told him this afternoon, “this may end up being a good thing.”


About Cyn Bagley

My life is a mixture of travel, jobs, and disease. You can find some of my novels on amazon.com under the name Cyn Bagley.
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2 Responses to I Should Know

  1. It's a good thing that you picked up on that and tried it! hopefully that's the answer you've been needing! please keep me posted x

  2. Cyn Bagley says:

    Thanks Katrina – I still think I might have problems with the chemo – We'll see.Cyn

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