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Hepatitis (plural hepatitides) is a Disease number Medical condition defined by the inflammation of the liver and characterized ...
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Hepatitis & Muscle Weakness

0.06% of the posts that mention Muscle Weakness also mention Hepatitis (21 posts)
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Hepatitis
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Post from
www.remedyspot.com
about her liver and hepatitis. Any input is appreciated...
" ...also has easy fatigue, polyneuropathy, muscle weakness, exercise intolerance, reflux and slight ...I am concerned about her liver and hepatitis. Any input is appreciated and... "

- 30's. She has had hepatitis. She's done a lot of ball...
" ...because she has no notable muscle weakness. I read all the posts ...random causing muscle contractions. She used to take birth control in her 20's - 30's. She has had hepatitis. She's done a lo... "

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www.remedyspot.com
hepatitis, rash, muscle weakness,anemia, headache, mono...
" ...6 weeks of starting the Dapsone. It can cause high fever, hepatitis, rash, muscle weakness,anemia, headache, mono and leukopenia. ...weeks after stopping the Dapsone. I was on the Dapsone ... "

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www.remedyspot.com
hepatitis, rash, muscle weakness,anemia, headache, mono...
" ...6 weeks of starting the Dapsone. It can cause high fever, hepatitis, rash, muscle weakness,anemia, headache, mono and leukopenia. ...weeks after stopping the Dapsone. I was on the Dapsone ... "

Post from
toomuchiron.ca
I have been experiencing some muscle weakness and possible...
" ...was also elevated (negative for hepatitis). In Australia, these are the ...to mention to him that I have been experiencing some muscle weakness and possible cramps (it could... "

Post from
www.empowher.com
I received a Hepatitis vaccine in my right upper arm almost...
" I received a Hepatitis vaccine in my right upper arm almost 3 years ...side-effects. Numbness in my upper arm, tingling, painful bending, muscle weakness, etc. This has been on-going. I went to the... "

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hcvsupport.org
the bad - the muscle weakness is part of the disease and...
" ...First the bad - the muscle weakness is part of the disease ...do. I called those days hepatitis days. The good news is that after treatment (Sofosbuvir, Riba, Declatasvir) those days... "

took a blood test for hepatitis... Should he be looking for...
" ...took a blood test for hepatitis... Should he be looking for something other than that? I've been having burning sensation in my upper abdomen ...bone joints and also muscle weakness. My veins ha... "

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www.sclero.org
cases of auto immune hepatitis but this is how you treat...
" ...cases of auto immune hepatitis but this is ...not working (raynauds etc/skin tightening/muscle weakness) was not as severe ...(hands/feet), polymyositis and auto immune hepatitis. Each test e... "

Plus muscle weakness and extreme fatigue. Blood work...
" ...lymph nodes. Plus muscle weakness and extreme fatigue. ...with infections. These may include hepatitis, mononucleosis, tuberculosis, and syphilis.\" NOTE:Hepatitis is inflammation of the... "

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