HMMM! Seems your not alone!
On Apr, 10, 2018
4,156 people reported to have side effects when taking Solu-cortef.
Among them, 19 people (0.46%) have Hypoglycemia
On Apr, 14, 2018
6,401 people reported to have side effects when taking drugs with ingredients of hydrocortisone sodium succinate.
Among them, 32 people (0.5%) have Hypoglycemia
https://www.ehealthme.com/is/hydrocorti ... oglycemia/
Where you given or taking metformin while you were in the hospital and they gave you this IV of Solu-Cortef?
Dr. Marik's treatment, a mixture of intravenous vitamin C, vitamin B1 and corticosteroids, was first developed by Alpha Fowler, MD, at Richmond-based Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Marik started using the combination treatment in 2016 and said it does not have consequential side effects. "At last count, over 700 patients have received the cocktail and, you know, the response is reproducible," Dr. Marik said.
"It's incredibly frustrating. There have been over 100 clinical trials of sepsis, and none of them have been positive," says Dr. Coopersmith.
But Virginia critical care doctor Paul Marik believes this inexpensive I-V cocktail of vitamin C, hydrocortisone and thiamine may be able to stop sepsis. Dr. Marik says his protocol has cut the sepsis death rate in his hospital's ICU from "about 40%" to "maybe 1 or 2%." He believes the combination appears to cure severe sepsis, and septic shock.
"And, as outrageous as many people may think that statement is, we really believe it's true. We see it every day. And I this it has the potential to completely revolutionize the way we treat sepsis and septic shock," says Dr. Marik.
Still, many critical care doctors won't use Marik's Protocol because it hasn't been tested -- and proven to work -- in a large clinical trial. But Coopersmith has used it on a handful of sepsis patients, including a man he was convinced was dying,
Joanna45 wrote:The sad part is that if the patient is dying why not not give the vitamin C and hydrocortisone what would they possibly have to lose ..I just had a good friend die of sepsis..she went into the hospital to have abdominal surgery and got sepsis and never came home . She was 61 ..
Joanna45 wrote:Thank you Zafras..it happened so quick and she could not take vitamin orally she was to sick ..and its the same hospital where I was diagnosed with mesenteric narrowing 50 percent.they did not want me to take high vitamin c doses.and still don’t.
Just saw my doctor for yearly check up and the Doc said I want to try and talk you out of using such high doses. I told her that I woul continue to use it the way I have been because it works..they are just not open to fact that it works..
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