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Lack of brain blood circulation,hypothyroidism and osteoarthritis- Treatment information. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   I wanted to enquire about three patients in my family
User :   one is my mother
User :   She is 70 years old
User :   She has three diagnosed problems - Hypo Thyroid
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   carry on
User :   the other being osteo arthrities
User :   and the most troublesome in the last few months
User :   about blood not reaching her brain
User :   between May 2007 and September 2007
Doctor :   ok
User :   she used to have bouts of giddiness and throw up for over 6-7 hours
User :   dizziness included
User :   she has been on medication and it had subsided
Doctor :   ok
User :   since last night she has started throwing up again
User :   her medication includes - zevert 16 1-1-1
User :   Cinzan 50 1-1-1 - now reduced to 25-25-25
Doctor :   ok
User :   along with other medication such as Atorlip, Rablet IT, Vibact, Modealert and Losar and Eltroix
User :   eltroxin
User :   my question is
User :   she has been improving
User :   but is this problema recurring one?
User :   she had a heavy dinner last and has too much of gas
User :   still
Doctor :   as said by you the blood circulation is not good to the brain
Doctor :   so she might be having this dizziness
Doctor :   she has to take care while repositioning herself time to time
User :   it always happens when she tries to get up from bed
Doctor :   which your doctor should have guided youi
Doctor :   ya
Doctor :   because at this age and with multitude of problems
User :   cud it be due to extra food intake at night?
Doctor :   the brain is not adapting to the circulation as youung ppl brain does
Doctor :   no
User :   ok
User :   i understand
Doctor :   so she has to take care whil getting up and setting
Doctor :   sitting
User :   ok
User :   are exercises good for her?
Doctor :   very slowly allowing th ebrain to adapt and get the circulation needed
Doctor :   as she has osteoarthrities
User :   yes
Doctor :   she should take the help of physiotherapist
User :   ok
Doctor :   for the exercises
Doctor :   it is must now
User :   are her medications correct?
User :   she cannot take any blood thinners
User :   alergic to them
Doctor :   he will help her for correct ones as he has this dizziness also
Doctor :   is she on any pain killers for osteoarthritis
Doctor :   where are you from?
User :   u mean a physio?
User :   I am from XXXX
Doctor :   ok
User :   yes she takes Lofecam for her pain
Doctor :   she should not be given much of it
Doctor :   as it may also provocate vomiting
User :   she is being treated by neurologist Dr., who has been a great help
User :   ok
Doctor :   instead exercises are best
User :   alright
User :   next question
Doctor :   regarding her eltroxin continue it
User :   how serious is SLE?
User :   OK
Doctor :   SLE is rarely serious
User :   didnt understand
Doctor :   but it can lead fatal if not rightly addressed
User :   my sister has been diagnosed with SLE
User :   she is in XXXX
Doctor :   it causes multitude of problems in various oragans of the body
User :   and is being given steroids
Doctor :   ok what are the symptoms she has
User :   skin eruptions
User :   iwhen out in the sun
Doctor :   i would rather suggest the her to login and talk
Doctor :   so that first hand info is always beneficial
User :   i will ask her to do the same
Doctor :   for her
Doctor :   ok
User :   thankyou so much
Doctor :   ok
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