I am having trouble finding an anti nausea/anti vomiting med for my daughter. She has a long history of gastroparesis and chronic constipation. She has a horrible track record with absorption, so oral medications (even though she takes a slew of them) are not reliable as system of delivery. Complicating matters, she as a propensity for a prolonged QTC, thereby eliminating an old standby, Zofran iv or sublingual. She has a mediport and has access to home nurses to provide weekly dressing changes or she can go to our local infusion center. Weve discussed this at length with her GI doc and has directed his nurses to research possible options and determine their availability. Im not terribly confident that
JA: What medications do you take daily? Are you allergic to any medications?
Customer: linzess, pot choloride, dilaudid, amatiza, Colace, vit d, armour thyroid
, midodrine (postural orthostatic hypotension) reglan, vit b, turmeric
, alpha lipoic acid, vit b-12, creon (also have chronic pancreatitis) sodium chloride tabs bid, titanzanine (sp?, muscle relaxer) albuterol, insulin pump
JA: Anything else in your medical history you think the doctor should know?
Customer: diabetes (type 1) since2004 ; Hashimoto's hypothyroid since 2004; gastroparesis six months prior to onset of IDDM, chronic consitipation, ewing sarcoma resulting in BKA in 2012; petscans clear as of 1/13