Young adults and MI - page 4
Ok so I would like to adress a very disturbing issues...I dont know if you guys heard about the death of an actress Britanny Murphy at a young age of 32 that happend today. According to sources she... Read More
Dec 22, '09Joined: Feb '09; Posts: 6,090; Likes: 7,029Quote from TittytatRNOh my there's a lot of speculation AKA gossip. I personally wouldn't believe too much that comes from the media.
What do you mean, anything on the TV or internet has to be true, it's like a law or something :stone
Dec 22, '09Joined: Sep '09; Posts: 1,431; Likes: 753Quote from ~Mi Vida Loca~Yep,I read somewhere that she was taking thyroid meds to speed up her metabolism.CrazyI just read the list of Rx's they linked to her, unless it was a partial list, no medication for Thyroid was mentioned???
Dec 22, '09Joined: Sep '09; Posts: 1,431; Likes: 753And I cant believe some people are blaming her husband for not bringing the doctor into their house to check up on her...let him be in peace,jesus Christ...Last edit by Blackheartednurse on Dec 22, '09
Dec 22, '09Joined: Feb '09; Posts: 6,090; Likes: 7,029Quote from blackheartednursethis was the list i readyep,i read somewhere that she was taking thyroid meds to speed up her metabolism.crazy
"the amount and kind of prescriptions found in brittany's home have been revealed including topamax for migraines and seizures, the anti-inflammatory metylprednisolone, fluoxetine for depression, klonopin for anxiety, carbamazepine for diabetes and bipolar disorder, ativan for anxiety, vicoprofen for pain, propranolol for hypertension and heart attack prevention, biaxin an antibiotic, hydrocodone for pain and various vitamins."
Dec 22, '09Joined: Sep '09; Posts: 1,431; Likes: 753Quote from ~Mi Vida Loca~This was the list I read
"The amount and kind of prescriptions found in Brittany's home have been revealed including Topamax for migraines and seizures, the anti-inflammatory Metylprednisolone, Fluoxetine for depression, Klonopin for anxiety, Carbamazepine for Diabetes and bipolar disorder, Ativan for anxiety, Vicoprofen for pain, Propranolol for hypertension and heart attack prevention, Biaxin an antibiotic, Hydrocodone for pain and various vitamins."
Wow very interesting and on the other hand shocking!! She looked so happy,I guess behind the closed curtain she faced many struggles...looks like she took many antianxiety meds...
Dec 22, '09Occupation: RN Specialty: Cardiac Telemetry, ED ; From: US ; Joined: Oct '07; Posts: 3,673; Likes: 5,548Quote from BlackheartednurseWhile it is generally accepted as fact that some people do have a genetic predisposition to weight gain, I highly doubt this is the case with Brittany. If you observe her body type, she is a small woman with a small frame. As far as her medication regimen, this is the list of medications found on her nightstand:You are not aware that some people have worse metabolism than others and must carefully watch what they eat?.Actually she was taking many different meds;antidepressants,pain killers,thyroid meds to speed up her metabolism..
- Topamax (anti-seizure medications also to prevent migraines) - Methylprednisolone (anti-inflammatory)
- Fluoxetine (depression medication)
- Klonopin (anxiety medication)
- Carbamazepine (treats Diabetic symptoms and is also a bipolar medication)
- Ativan (anxiety medication)
- Vicoprofen (pain reliever)
- Propranolol (hypertension, used to prevent heart attacks)
- Biaxin (antibiotic)
- Hydrocodone (pain medication)
Not a single one of these is for the purpose of "speeding up the metabolism".