thanks rosie and sandy, yea and usually i am like that about
some things but i have been doing this for about
12 years now and i know that doctors have other patients and things that get in the way, and they dont alway connect the dots especially with medications if they are not the only doctors that are prescribing a patient their meds. because for me the diamox was given to me by my neurologist and not by my nephrologist, and not say that they have over looked it but that they my have not mode that connect. but it also why i stay on top of things especially when it comes to medications and all of the info about
them. doctors are smart, but they are human and we all make mistakes. but i did point this out when the doc called me so she told me to stop taking it two days before i come see her and she would do some bloodwork to see if that indeed may be the case.
Hugs and prayers,
diagnosed in May '95 with lupus nephritis, hypertension,hypothyroidism, avascular necrosis (knee) '98, kidney transplant April '06, pseudo-cerebral tumor '07
prednisone, cellcept, prograf, lopressor, allopurinol, synthroid, diamox, OsCal +D, lunesta, celexa, percocet for pain