I am 28 years old, mother of two amazing kids, they keep me on my toes, but just yesterday my 5 y/o daughter was happy to see me and she squeezed my face, more like a hug, but it hurt and I asked her to stop. The pain on my face felt like a heart beat....as I laid down, I felt my face getting fatter. I went to urgent care and they suggested I go to the hospital, they felt I needed an IV....The pills they suggested was (clindamycin hcl). I notice that after taking them my face swelled even more. I've been throwing up..... anyone have anything to say?View Thread
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I am read articles the last two days till I was dizzy. Heres what so frustrating, I went to a site oyu can list your vitamins you take and the one contradict a med you take. I have to take a thyroid pill for hypothyroiditis. One arcticle says calcium is not good to take because it interferes with thyroid pill absorbion. My doc told me last time i was there to get Vitamin D very important, I read further and it says Vitamin D3 ALONG with calcium is good for the thyroid.. So, which one is valid.
Also, I have been taking my thyroid pills in the morning along with my other vitamins after eating. I just read that the synthroid should be taken one hour before morning meal. See, I didn't know that. As reading, they claim that is better at night before bed. I saw comments on how people take their thyroid pill,. all were different. So, I cant get a black or white answer....they're all grey. Does anyone hear about some vitamins interfere with other meds
I love ice cream or frozen yogurt in the summer better than other desserts. I usually opt for the low carb kind but it's very costly these days. I perused the internet for look for recipes that do NOT need heavy cream or eggs. Even frozen yogurt recipes and there's myriad of recipes, which to someone like me, it's daunting. I am asking if anyone out there has a ice cream machine and are they good for the job.
I saw recipes that do NOT need ice cream maker and have many steps to them. I saw one that uses canned evaporated milk, powdered sugar and you refrigerate the milk one day ahead, then then you whip and whip till peaks form. Add the sugar and freeze in a storage container in take it out every hour to whip the concoction again. Do this each hour for 4 hours. Seems like a chore to get ice cream. I saw frozen yogurt recipes that uses nonfat or lowfat yogurt , real fine sugar, lemon juice and whatever kind of fruit you want. They didn't have as many steps.
I am asking if anyone out there has a ice cream machine and are they good for the job.
I started to eat for the better; buy non-fat Greek yogurt when I shop (quart of it). I will buy frozen fruit and make smoothie with yogurt almost every morning. My goal is to cut alot of carbs in my diet and I used to eat cereal in the morning and I look labels all the time and most cereals have lot of carbs, even the fiber rich ones. I have noticed that with cutting on some carbs and eating yogurt, peanut butter or nuts I am constipated. Once in a awhile I have to take gentle laxative on night time so I will go the next day. I also taking more water, I keep a gallon of water in the fridge and drink with my water bottle, I refill it a few times a day, so I thought it (water) would regulate me no matter what. I took two laxatives last and I did have relief this morning, but.....only one time. I am drinking more water so i will go alot more but it hasn't happened. Should I back off on the yogurt, peanut butter, and or nuts for a while.
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