• In certain instances, people feel pain in the lymph nodes after drinking alcohol.
  • If the lymphoma involves lymphatic tissue within the abdomen, bowel or stomach, fluid may build up causing swelling near the intestines, potentially leading to sensations of abdominal pressure, pain, diarrhea and/or indigestion.
  • The enlarged lymph node sometimes causes other symptoms by pressing against a vein (causing swelling of an arm or leg), or against a nerve (causing pain, numbness, or tingling in an arm or leg).
  • Some people experience lower back pain that is unexplained. It is thought that this may be caused by expanding lymph nodes pressing on nerves.
  • As lymphomas progress and cancerous lymphocytes spread beyond the lymphatic system, the body loses its ability to fight infection. The generalized symptoms that develop may be confused with signs of influenza, tuberculosis, other infections such as infectious mononucleosis or other cancers.

It's important to recognise the symptoms of cat flu as quickly as possible so you can take swift action to get your pet on the road to recovery.

Sneezing is one of the most obvious signs of cat flu or cat colds, and is usually accompanied by a discharge from the nose and eyes.

You may notice swelling around your cat's eyes, and in extreme cases, they can be completely closed.

After a few days, you may notice that the discharge from the eyes becomes yellow and much thicker. In many cases, your cat will become completely lethargic and have a high temperature.

Your cat will appear to have no interest in doing the things it

normally does and will seem out of sorts with everything.

Other symptoms to watch out for include tongue ulcers and enlarged tonsils which can make it very painful for your cat to eat and swallow. These symptoms are likely to lead to your cat refusing to eat and drink, creating a very real danger of dehydration.

Coughing and drooling can also be clear indications of cat flu or cat colds. Drooling can be particularly upsetting for cat owners as your moggy's fur can become completely soaked in saliva. Coughing is also very distressing and can sometimes lead to retching.

Below are details of the main symptoms associated with each of the two viruses normally associated with cat flu - Feline HerpesVirus (FHV- 1) and Feline Calicivirus (FCV)

Feline HerpesVirus (FHV- 1):

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2. Respiratory Symptoms

As the fever subsides, cough, runny nose and sore throat will become more common. In some cases, these symptoms can become worse, eventually developing into pneumonia or bronchitis if the symptoms are not treated. In most cases, respiratory symptoms will disappear after a week, though it is possible for the cough to last for several weeks.

3. Stomach Symptoms

Many strains of the condition will cause irritation in the stomach. Because this is so common, this particular type of flue is often referred to as a stomach flu though the virus does not specifically affect the stomach. Stomach symptoms include nausea, loss of appetite or vomiting.

  • Bacterial pneumonia. Pneumonia is one of the most common complications that stems from an infection. This virus damages the lungs which can restrict the airways and increase the risk of developing an additional bacterial infection, including pneumonia. Pneumonia is caused by bacteria increasing rapidly in the airways, causing fluid retention, inflammation and swelling of the lungs' air sacs. If the lungs start to fill with fluid, it can make it hard to breath, causing shortness of breath, chest pain, coughing and fever. This is a serious concern for those with chronic illnesses or elderly people.
  • Encephalitis. This is a rare condition that is caused by the brain becoming inflamed due to exposure to the influenza virus. This condition is signaled by headaches and fever which will develop into confusion, drowsiness, seizures, loss of consciousness or coma.
  • Myositis. Myositis largely impacts children, causing muscle inflammation or tenderness in the legs. This inflammation can make it difficult to move or lead to muscle weakness as well. These symptoms typically last around 1-5 days.
  • Reye's syndrome. Some children and adolescents can develop this neurological disease that causes delirium, nausea, vomiting or confusion. In some cases, this syndrome is caused by taking aspirin to help manage influenza symptoms like fever. Talk to your doctor before giving aspirin to an underage patient to make sure it is safe.
  • Others. In addition to causing more serious complications, the respiratory symptoms associated with this virus may cause bronchitis, sinus infections or ear infections.

Medical Treatments

In most cases, there is no need to administer medication to those suffering from the flu. If necessary, antiviral medications such as zanamivir or oseltamivir can be administered to help shorten the duration of the illness or to lower the risk of additional complications developing. Oseltamivir is taken orally and zanamivir is administered with an inhaler like you would use asthma medication. These medications can cause side effects including vomiting. Oseltamivir increases the risk of self-harm or delirium in teenagers.

Home Remedies

  • Fluids. Drinking plenty of beverages like juice, water and warm soup can help prevent dehydration when suffering from the flu. Make sure you drink enough to keep your urine a pale yellow color.
  • Rest. Make sure you get plenty of sleep to encourage your immune system to fight the infection.
  • OTC pain killers. Pain relievers like ibuprofen or acetaminophen can help manage the body aches associated with the flu. Aspirin should not be given to teens or children as this increases their risk of Reye's syndrome.


  • Flu vaccine. Every year a new flu vaccine is developed that contains the antibodies for the strains of flu anticipated to be prominent that season. These vaccines are commonly administered as a nasal spray or injection.
  • Avoiding spreading virus. While there is no way to completely prevent the flu, there are steps you can take to prevent spreading it to others. Wash your hands, scrubbing them for 15 seconds to rid your skin of traces of the virus. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer is also helpful in keeping the skin clean. Cover the mouth and nose when you sneeze, but use a tissue or the inner portion of the arm instead of your hand to avoid getting the virus on your hands where it can be spread. Try to avoid crowded areas like public transportation, child care centers or office buildings during the peak of flu season to avoid coming in contact with the virus.

Symptoms of Swine Flu - Know the Difference Between H1N1 Flu and Regular Flu

By Arunraj V.S. | Submitted On August 12, 2009

Swine Flu is a number one health concern the world over. The HI1N1 flu or Swine Flu was first detected in US in April 2009. The worst affected areas initially were Canada and Mexico before H1N1 flu cases began to emerge in other areas of the world. In a short span of four months, the disease has spread to almost all regions in the world. World Health Organization has called H1N1 as pandemic which means a big epidemic that involves the entire country or perhaps the world. Usually, the signs of a pandemic are when a virus without any immunity to stop it, spreads across various parts of the world.

Risk factors of Swine Flu
Swine Flu spreads from person to person in the same way as regular seasonal influenza viruses spread. People with high risk for seasonal flu are also at high risk for H1N1 flu. For example, people above 65 years of age, pregnant women, children below 5 years of age and those with chronic medical conditions and lifestyle diseases like diabetes are at high risk.

Symptoms of Swine Flu
In children, the symptoms of H1N1 virus include:
1. Rapid Breathing or Difficulty in breathing.
2. Grayish or Bluish Skin Color
3. Dehydration
4. Persistent of severe vomiting
5. Not able to interact properly with people, become irritable
6. Flu like symptoms, bad cough and fever

In adults, the symptoms of swine flu include:
1. Shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing
2. Pain in chest or abdomen
3. Sudden dizziness or loss of energy
4. Severe or continuous vomiting
6. Flu like symptoms, bad cough and fever

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Pneumocystis Carinii — This condition occurs when a fungus infects the lungs. Symptoms may include fever, cough, difficulty breathing, weight loss, night sweats and fatigue.

It is most likely to occur when the CD4+ T cell count falls below 200 cells per cubic millimeter of blood. Preventative treatment may be administered when the CD4+ T cell count falls below 200 cells per cubic millimeter of blood. Treatment is usually trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, also called Septra or Bactrim, dapsone or atovoquone.

Recurrent Pneumonia — People with AIDS are at risk for recurrent bacterial pneumonia. Bacteria can infect the lungs, which may lead to problems ranging from a mild cough to severe pneumonia. Recurrent pneumonia is most likely to occur when the CD4+ T cell count falls below 200 cells per cubic millimeter of blood.

Tuberculosis (TB) — This is a serious, and often deadly, bacterial infection that primarily infects the lungs. TB is transmitted when a person with active TB coughs or sneezes, releasing microscopic particles into the air. If inhaled, these particles may transmit the condition.

Once infected by TB, most people remain healthy and develop only latent infection. People with latent infection are neither sick nor infectious. However, they do have the potential to become sick and infectious with active TB. It can occur at any CD4+ T cell level but especially when the CD4+ T cell count falls below 350 cells per cubic millimeter of blood.

Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma — Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is a disease in which tumors develop from white blood cells in the lymphatic system. It is another common disease associated with AIDS. See AIDS-related lymphoma.

Candidiasis — This is the most common HIV-related fungus infection. It can affect the entire body, but most commonly occurs in the mouth (thrush) or vagina. An overgrowth of yeast causes white patches on gums, tongue or lining of the mouth, pain, difficulty in swallowing and loss of appetite. Candida in the esophagus, trachea, bronchi or lungs is AIDS defining.

Herpes Simplex — This virus causes cold sores or genital herpes, which are painful blisters in the genital area. Chronic herpes simplex virus (HSV) lesions and severe mucocutaneous HSV disease are common in the advanced stages of AIDS.

Kaposi's Sarcoma — This is the most common AIDS-related cancer. It causes reddish-purple lesions that usually appear on the skin. They also can appear on the lymph nodes, mouth, gastrointestinal tract and lungs.

Shingles — Shingles are caused by a reactivation of the chicken pox virus. It may cause a painful rash or blisters that follow the path of nerves.

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A sore throat is often the first sign of a cold and may get better after a day or two; other cold symptoms such as a runny nose and congestion may follow the sore throat. The primary symptom of tonsillitis is a moderate to severe sore throat lasting longer than 2 days and involves inflammation of the tonsils. Other symptoms of tonsillitis may include:

  • Difficult or painful swallowing
  • Swollen and tender glands (lymph nodes) on the sides of the neck
  • Bad breath
  • Fever and chills
  • Tiredness and headache
  • Stomach upset or pain
  • Enlarged and reddened tonsils with spots of white/yellow pus
  • Mouth breathing, noisy breathing, and/or snoring (due to enlarged tonsils blocking the airways).

Avoiding close contact with people who have tonsillitis is advisable to prevent passing on the infection. Children and other family members should be kept away from people with tonsillitis as much as possible. Hygiene measures should also be used to prevent spread of infection. These include:

  • Regular and thorough washing and drying of hands
  • Using a tissue to cover coughs and sneezes
  • Frequent and through washing and drying of hands
  • Not sharing foods, liquids, or eating utensils or drinking vessels
  • Frequent cleaning of surfaces particularly in the kitchen and bathroom.

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Late HIV can also cause numbness and tingling in the hands and feet. This is called peripheral neuropathy, which also occurs in people with uncontrolled diabetes.

"This is when the nerves are actually damaged," Dr. Malvestutto says. These symptoms can be treated with over-the-counter pain relievers and antiseizure medicines such as Neurontin (gabapentin).

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Advanced HIV disease appears to increase the risk of having menstrual irregularities, such as fewer and lighter periods.

These changes, however, probably have more to do with the weight loss and poor health of women with late-stage infection rather than the infection itself.

Infection with HIV also has been associated with earlier age of menopause (47 to 48 years for infected women compared to 49 to 51 years for uninfected women).

Individuals pictured are models and are used for illustrative purposes only.

Flu shot reduces risk of rare Guillain-Barré Syndrome in most cases, study finds

Fear of developing Guillain-Barré Syndrome is often cited by health-care workers as a reason not to get a flu shot.

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Fear of developing Guillain-Barré Syndrome is often cited by health-care workers as a reason not to get a flu shot.

But new research suggests that in most cases the flu vaccine actually reduces the risk of the rare disorder by cutting the risk of influenza.

Two Ottawa researchers — Kumanan Wilson, physician and senior scientist at The Ottawa Hospital and professor of medicine at the University of Ottawa, and Steven Hawken, a scientist at The Ottawa Hospital — were involved in the study published Wednesday in the U.S. Centre for Disease Control’s journal Emerging Infectious Diseases that assessed the effect of seasonal influenza vaccine on the risk of acquiring Guillain-Barré Syndrome (or GBS).

Guillain-Barré is a rare, but serious, autoimmune disorder that causes muscle weakness and sometimes paralysis. Most patients require hospitalization and about one-quarter require intensive care. Four per cent of patients will die within one year of developing the condition.

About 20 people out of every million will develop GBS. In most cases, GBS is preceded by a respiratory or gastrointestinal infection. Studies have shown it is associated with influenza.

Seasonal flu vaccines can slightly increase a person’s risk of developing GBS – from about 20 cases in a million people to about 21 cases in a million people, said Hawken. But flu presents a greater risk of a person developing the syndrome — about 10 times as much as the flu shot, he said.

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I went to an ear throat and nose specialist. I went to see him because my ears have been ringing for a few months. Also have had the same symptoms as Gwenda18. I started googling Tinnitus and saw that it might have a link with Aspertame.
I drank so much Coke Zero. Put Aspertame sweetener in my coffee everyday. The specialist didn;t mention Aspertame. He suggested I start taking Lipo=Flavonoid to see if it works.
I also have stopped using Aspertame. But everytime i eat something of drink juice. I am trying to find out what ingredience are in the food I eat. It has been a week since I stopped soda, Aspertame and coffee and suger.. I’ve been feeling super tired. Little anxiety at times. I cant sleep. But I have faith that i will get better.

Hi Giuseppe, I hope this post finds you free from the addiction of this aspartame and caffeine. My ears also ring and I was told by my ENT that it’s probably the caffeine. Have you had any luck with your ears?

Like so many, I’ve heard enough about aspartame. Enough that 2 weeks ago, I cut out all the diet/zero/max sodas I’ve been drinking for almost 20 years. I’m 44 & have chronic lower back pain, carpal tunnel, and generally sore hands, feet, ankles, knees (which I chalk up to a lifetime of poor decisions & choice of work). I work through each day, and actually feel ok some days. But- after 2 weeks, I am more sore & achy with mild headaches and often crampy/bloated feeling. Any light work has me feeling like I built the pyramids! On a hunch, I googled “Aspartame withdrawals”, Wow…
Another thing I’ve stumbled upon is “pro-biotics” and the connection with much more than diet soda! We’ve been “fed” the wrong food for decades…
Thanks so much, my eyes have been opened!
Vincent Costen

Hi. Great website and appreciate everyone’s comments and trying to help others with this aspartame poisoning and withdrawal. Doctors seem clueless. To everyone going through withdrawal … hang in there. Quit this stuff permanently. But if you’re a long term user, it may take a while. Although I’ve still got some issues, I’m 90% better than I was with various aches and pains and my sinus problems improved considerably. And my eyesight in my best eye, which had been getting blurry has improved dramatically (verified by my eye doctor), since i quit.

I posted back in early January 2014, after I had quit 3 weeks earlier, after using diet Pepsi, and Equal for about 30 years.
I finally got rid of the pinchy withdrawal headaches after about 6 weeks. But I’m still having problems completely detoxing, as I am still getting some pain in my left sinus, and behind the eye. 2 ENTs have told me it’s not a sinus problem, but actually a neurological problem … the nerves in the sinuses … quite possibly brought on by the aspartame. 90% of my initial pain and bleeding went away within a few days of quitting the aspartame. But, here I am about 10 weeks later, and it still seems to be in my sinus tissue. My sinus is the weak spot in my body so it makes sense that the aspartame poisoning settled there. I’ve tried every detox I can find but it doesn’t seem to make a difference. I’m concerned that the aspartame has caused permanent nerve damage. But I haven’t given up yet. It’s still so much better than it was. Any insights out there?

The thing that helped me get past the cravings is that I juice. I make a big batch and freeze it so I can thaw it out as I go and it lasts me a long time so I don’t have to do it daily.

It’s mainly vegetables, it has green apples because malic acid is great for your muscles, and it includes lemons and beets because they really detox your liver, which is the main filter for your body. It helps me tremendously. You can always start with just some lemon juice everyday but go slowly until you know how toxic you are and how you’re body reacts. This may sound odd, but ask your body what it wants to help it feel better and see what answer comes to mind.

I am going through detox for drinking huge amounts of diet coke and more recently coke zero. It’s painful and ugly. I’ve been drinking this stuff on and off for 20 years and after seeing a blog about the effects of aspartame poisoning I realised that was where I was at. I feel awful, but my will to get better is stronger.
My symptoms are headaches, fatigue, joint pain, stomach cramping, nausea, dizziness, confusion and I feel really slow! It’s just hideous but I want to be well and I WILL be well. Thanks, Monique.

I quit Diet Coke in September after drinking it for 30+ years every day. I went through the same type withdrawals you are experiencing. I would recommend purchasing Sonne’s No. 7 Detoxificant (main ingredient bentonite clay) and Psyllium Husk. The stomach cramping and nausea went about within 14 hours of taking. It will make you feel so much better!

Good luck and stay determined!

If you stick with it through all the pain and tiredness, it will be well worth it. I can sympathize with you. I went through the same withdrawal for 4 weeks. My best friend was orange juice … As odd as that might sound.

I recently was diagnosed with low white blood cell count, I have been drinking, Tab, Diet Coke and Coke Zero for over 25 years maybe more. Does anyone know if this can contribute to low white blood cell count? I have gone cold turkey for the last 2.5 weeks and feel much better. I am having tests to see why my white cells are low..in the mean time I would love to hear from anyone who has or had this problem.
Good luck to you all, Gwenda

I haven’t had that problem… that I know of, but I do know my immune system is struggling because I’ve been told I’m a slow healer. Please let us know what you find out. Since I’ve been off of aspartame (I was a Tab drinker – Tab at least has less aspartame but even at a lower dosage over the years has caused a lot of the symptoms everyone else is healing from) for 4 months now and it is slow going, but I am improving, and am very grateful for that.

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Why does my child's eczema get worse after eating eggs?

Most children with eczema do not get worsening eczema when they eat eggs.

However, some children (particularly babies with severe eczema) do have a delayed reaction to egg where the eczema gets worse. In these cases, removing egg from the diet does improve the eczema. This is likely to be a non-IgE mediated reaction.

Over time, it is likely that your child will tolerate egg without it worsening the eczema so it is worthwhile trying egg again every six months or so.

Should I avoid egg if I am breast-feeding my baby with eczema?

It is not clear whether removing egg from your diet if you are breast-feeding will improve the eczema, but if your baby has severe eczema, you could try for 2 - 4 weeks and see if it makes a difference for her.

What foods should be avoided if my child is allergic to egg?

If your child is allergic to egg, she should avoid foods containing the following:

  • egg
  • eggnog
  • albumin (albumen)
  • mayonnaisse
  • meringue
  • surimi
  • pasta (if made with egg)
  • lysozyme

As mentioned already, some children can tolerate cooked egg but not raw egg or they can tolerate egg yolk but not egg white.

Children who have had an anaphylactic reaction to egg will require epinephrine (adrenaline) which can be given in an auto-injector (such as EpiPen or AnaPen). If your child has just had a skin reaction or swelling of the lips with egg, but has not had any problems with breathing or shock, she will not generally need Epinephrine (Adrenaline).

Generally, if the initial reaction to egg is mild then it is unlikely there will be a future serious reaction such as anaphylaxis.

Children can be allergic to the proteins in the white and the yolk (yellow) of the egg. However, allergy to the white (albumin) of the egg is more common. If you are introducing egg to your infant or toddler, generally start with the yolk (yellow).

Can my child have the MMR vaccine if she is allergic to egg?

Yes. In the past, there was some controversy over MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine and egg allergy. However, it is now agreed that being allergic to egg is not a reason to miss the MMR vaccination.

Are there any vaccines that need to be avoided in egg allergic children?

Yes. The influenza vaccine may cause a reaction in children with egg allergy and so it must only be given with caution. If your child has had an anaphylactic reaction to egg, influenza vaccine would be generally avoided all together. If it is absolutely necessary to give influenza vaccine to an egg allergic child, there are guidelines on how it should be given.

Most children do grow out of egg allergy.

Most will do so by school-age and some children take a little longer. Only a small number of children will have life-long egg allergy.

Once your child has shown she can tolerate eggs, it is important that there is continued exposure to egg to ensure she remains able to eat it without problems, so it's important that there is a regular "dose" of egg.

Will avoiding egg during pregnancy reduce the risk of egg allergy in my child?

No, there is no evidence that you can prevent egg allergy in your child by avoiding egg during pregnancy. During pregnancy, it is important to have a healthy well-balanced diet.

Will delaying introduction of egg beyond 12 months of age reduce the risk of egg allergy in my child?

There is no evidence to support the delaying of allergenic foods, like egg, beyond 12 months. Some studies even suggest that delay beyond 12 months increases the chance of allergy.

Best evidence at the moment is that egg can be introduced at the usual time, so start giving egg yolk around 7 - 8 months.

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Personnes qui ont plus de risques de présenter des complications

Les personnes qui ont plus de risque de présenter des complications sont:

  • les enfants de moins de 5 ans;
  • les personnes atteintes de maladies chroniques;
  • les femmes enceintes;
  • les femmes ayant accouché depuis 4 semaines et moins;
  • les personnes âgées de 65 ans et plus.

Si vous ou votre enfant faites partie des personnes qui ont plus de risques de présenter des complications et que vous avez des symptômes de la grippe, appelez Info-Santé 811. Une infirmière évaluera votre état de santé et vous fera des recommandations selon votre situation.

Le virus de la grippe vit mieux dans les endroits frais et secs. Il peut vivre jusqu’à 2 jours sur des objets contaminés et jusqu’à 5 minutes sur la peau.

Le virus de la grippe est très contagieux. Il se transmet rapidement d’une personne à une autre:

  • par les gouttelettes projetées dans l’air par la bouche ou le nez d’une personne infectée par la grippe qui tousse ou qui éternue;
  • par un contact direct avec les sécrétions du nez ou de la gorge d’une personne infectée par la grippe, par exemple en l’embrassant;
  • lorsqu’on porte la main à son nez, à sa bouche ou à ses yeux après avoir serré la main d’une personne infectée ou touché à des objets contaminés.

Une personne infectée par le virus de la grippe peut être contagieuse:

  • 24 heures avant de présenter des symptômes;
  • jusqu’à 7 jours après le début des symptômes, et parfois même un peu plus longtemps. Les jeunes enfants et les personnes âgées peuvent être contagieux jusqu’à 14 jours après le début des symptômes.

Si vous avez la grippe, évitez autant que possible les contacts directs avec les personnes qui ont plus de risques de présenter des complications. Vous diminuez ainsi le risque de leur transmettre la maladie.

La meilleure façon de se protéger des complications de la grippe est de se faire vacciner.

Où vous faire vacciner
Pour connaître toutes les informations sur la campagne de vaccination contre la grippe pour chacune des régions du Québec, consultez la section Où vous faire vacciner.

Certaines mesures de protection et d’hygiène peuvent aussi aider à prévenir la transmission de la grippe.

  • Lavez-vous souvent les mains.
  • Nettoyez votre environnement immédiat, par exemple la surface des meubles et les comptoirs.
  • Suivez les conseils pour prévenir la transmission des virus et des bactéries.
  • Restez à la maison dès que vous présentez des symptômes de la grippe.
    À moins d’avis contraire du médecin, la maison est le meilleur endroit pour se soigner. En restant à la maison, vous limitez les contacts avec d’autres personnes ou avec d’autres infections qui peuvent causer des complications. Vous limitez aussi la transmission du virus.
  • Suivez les conseils pour tousser ou éternuer sans contaminer.

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L'information contenue sur le site ne remplace en aucun cas l'avis d'un professionnel de la santé. Si vous avez des questions concernant votre état de santé, appelez Info-Santé 811 ou consultez un professionnel de la santé.

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    Progesterone is an important hormone that both men and women produce. Women rely more on progesterone, especially to do things like protect an ongoing pregnancy and to keep menstrual cycles regular. When women do not have enough of this hormone they may experience low progesterone symptoms, which can be extremely varied and affect many systems in the body.

    Low progesterone symptoms can manifest as directly related to menstrual cycle, fertility and reproductive issues. Some common symptoms include irregularity of the menstrual cycle, strong cramps during menstruation, higher incidence of PMS, and greater presence of blood clots during periods. When progesterone levels are very low, infertility may occur because ovulation is not occurring. Another affected aspect can be sex drive or libido, which may be reduced.

    These low progesterone symptoms aren’t always dangerous. A female body's production of progesterone naturally decreases 10 to 12 days after ovulation occurs, unless a woman becomes pregnant. This decrease triggers the start of menstruation and can lead to some of the normal symptoms associated with the menstrual cycle, like cramping and PMS. When periods are irregular, however, it may suggest greater imbalance of progesterone levels or other important hormones that regulate the menstrual cycle.

    It’s also valuable to understand that menopause causes reduction in progesterone and this may be responsible for certain menopausal symptoms like moods swings, hot flashes, decreased libido, and insomnia. Other low progesterone symptoms may affect women before and after menopause occurs. People may feel fatigue, have dry skin, experience insomnia, have depression, and be likely to put on weight.

    Sometimes low progesterone symptoms can be more dangerous. Chronic depression or anxiety, for instance, could lead to risk to suicidal behavior. Low progesterone levels can create dysfunction of the thyroid gland, and most seriously, certain forms of cancer may be more likely, including uterine cancer.

    Another possible set of symptoms associated with low progesterone are those affecting memory. People may experience memory loss or lack of mental acuity when levels of this hormone are well below normal. These symptoms may be directly related to lower thyroid hormone. If low progesterone causes hypothyroidism, this in turn can result in difficulty with memory and concentration. Alternately, both hormones aid in mental acuity and lack of both makes decline in mental sharpness more severe.

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    41) I have an autistic daughter who started having seizures last fall. The doctor prescribed a particular med and now her seizures have increased, so the doctor kept increasing the med and the seizures have increased as well.

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    The vaccine requires two doses, 2 to 4 weeks apart, followed by re vaccination. Often dogs that are vaccinated for kennel cough are vaccinated for canine influenza as well. Most dog shelters and veterinarians offer the vaccine a low cost ($35 to $45).

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    I think you’re better off going cold turkey.n I tried weaning off and in the end the effects of withdrawal were horrible anyway. If you can stick with it for 4 to 6 weeks, they will subside …. Hope you can hang in there.

    After an obnoxious amount of digestive upset, numerous UTI’s and 30+ pounds of weight gain, I have finally significantly reduced my aspartame intake. I made the decision one day after feeling incredibly bloated and gross. I was up to drinking 1-2 can’s of Pepsi Max and 1-2 glasses (equal to 4 servings) of crystal light a day. In addition I chew gum, up to 7 pieces a day. I am now on day 13 of no beverages or foods with aspartame. I still chew the gum as I have not yet found a substitute, but only about 3-4 pieces a day. For me, gum is more of a physical addiction. I need to chew on something. I have replaced my daily beverages with plain water, sparkling seltzer water that is only carbonated water and natural flavors, no other ingredients. When I feel like I want some soda, I drink regular. I don’t really crave pop anymore so I only have maybe 2-3 a week. As for caffeine, I take Green Tea tablets. I am more cautious of ingredients in everything. I never had a weight problem until I used “diet” beverages and foods. This sucks as I now have more than 30 pounds to try and lose.

    As for the withdrawal…the first 7-10 days were the most difficult. I have had mood swings between anger and wanting to just cry for no reason at all. I do feel like those are beginning to subside some also. I have also began to get really itchy all over, no rash, just itchy and my muscles are achy. I am guessing that this is my body “cleansing” itself of the toxins. I knew going into this there was no quick fix, so I am prepared to deal with this until I am clean. I already feel better and my digestive system no longer sounds like I have an alien living inside of me. I am less bloated and I am beginning to come out of the fog and feel like me again.

    Thank you for this article, it is a real problem, the artificial sweeteners. I am more cautious now and will continue to be.

    Jen C

    Aspartame withdrawal: my symptoms – hostility, anger, headaches, diarrhea, joint pain, clumsiness including falling, trouble sleeping, nightmares, jaw pain, dizziness. Diet coke addict for thirty years (3-5) servings per day. Plus equal user. Trying sugar and Pepsi one now.

    Day 8 and I thought I was doing great until I started feeling a yeast infection coming on. I can do this. I can do this. I am 42 and started drinking diet coke in high school. I started drinking more and more. Too much. I weened myself off…wish I would have gone cold turkey though… Side affects would have subsided sooner.

    Heart palpitations
    Joint pain-shoulders elbows wrists
    Lower back pain
    Dry heaving
    Moody swings
    Hyper at times
    Lethargic – missed 2 days of work
    Restless legs
    Blurred vision
    Yeast infection

    I want to know why there is nothing credible popping up on all my searches? And I want to know why they are allowed to still allow us to consume this poison? I must say, I am not looking forward to whatever else is going to happen to my body over the next few weeks. However, emotionally I feel fantastic and I have gotten great sleep the past couple nights.

    Day 5, second time giving up diet sodas, diet dr peppers and diet cokes being my drug of choice. I am severely addicted, diet drinks have literally been the only liquid I consume other than milk in cereal. I have been addicted over 10 years. The first time I gave it up the symptoms were the same but this time they are much harder to handle. The first symptom to manifest is emotional, floating from anger to sadness to frustration. Then I feel like my body begins a purge, first by canker sores then yeast infection (sorry fellas for tmi) now I’m in the headache and body ache stage accompanied by lethargy and inability to sleep, anxiety and continued emotional withdrawal. I had to leave work early today. This addiction is no laughing matter and I long for the day when the dangers of this poison are more widely known and taken seriously. It’s hard to explain to others what you are going though by giving up the diet drinks, most people don’t take you seriously and that only makes it harder.

    My real problem started when I moved to Canada. I am used to drinking cordials in UK which do not contain aspartame. I rarely drank much diet coke.
    However they don’t have cordials in Canada and the fruit drinks here give me acid reflux, even water has an effect. I found diet coke didn’t upset my stomach so all I could do was use that as my main fluid intake. Anyway 3years down the road I haven’t been well at all since moving to Canada. I have gained weight and basically having problems with the food and drink here (all the additives) I realized this week it appears I have symptoms of aspartame poisoning, so I gave up diet coke three days ago. I found some English Elderflower drinks which do not seem to affect me.
    My first day I felt sick and had cravings for sweet things. My second day I felt flu like feelings and my glands were raised. My third day today I developed a terrible migraine and had to lay in a dark room and I have buzzing in my ears.
    I am however determined to eat healthy now and loose weight. I have gained around 60lbs since moving to Canada yep 60lbs but I am determined to loose it all and regain my health. So three days into my new life. The good thing is I am finally able to shop more healthy and have worked out the system here. Shopping has been difficult as 90% of products are different so basically I have picked all the wrong foods including US fruit which was obviously irradiated. I bought strawberries they were in the fridge over a month and didn’t show one sign of mould.
    I am becoming wise at long last. So wish me luck

    For the last 6 years I’ve consumed between 2-6 cans of diet cola a day. I’m currently on day 7 of quitting and I feel like death… For the past few days I’ve been irritable and lethargic with blurred vision and uncontrollable bouts of depression. Yesterday I was reduced to lying in a dark room all day because of the horrific migraine I had, and today I’m dizzy and suffering with awful vertigo… I now feel the need to tell everyone I know about aspartame. It’s TOXIC!

    I’m on day 7 and feel the very same. I’ve been addicted for 30 yrs

    Ugh. I’ve been a regular diet dr. Pepper drinker for about 4-5 years now. It’s definitely within the last 9 months that I’ve increased my intake dramatically. I’d say that I drink between 4-9 cans a day. I’m an addict. And I definitely suffer from aspartame poisoning. And i only just realized my symptoms: fatigue, irritability, anxiety, depression, insomnia, weight gain, carb craving, foggy head, confusion, joint pain, headaches…the depression was the biggest concern. And it’s been getting worse and worse…I thought I was going crazy. I would catch myself mid thought and forget was I was tasking about. At work recently Ive found myself many times having a hard time “getting it together.” Being forgetful, flighty, discombobulated, etc…and I found myself near tears at work like 4 times last night. For no reason at all. No good reason at least. Lamenting over my stressful, but good life. That was my big aha…something is NOT right and I thought it was more than jsut regular depression.

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    • your cold hasn’t improved in about a week
    • you start to run a high fever
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