Flushing may refer to:Source: Wikipedia
The most common causes of flushing are high blood pressure, prostate cancer, and allergy. Other possible causes, such as hypothyroidism, are more rare.
Within all the people who go to their doctor with flushing, 60% report having dizziness, 41% report having weakness, and 41% report having anxiety and nervousness.
Patients with flushing often receive hematologic tests, complete blood count, electrocardiogram, kidney function tests, intravenous fluid replacement, cardiac enzymes measurement, urinalysis and electrolytes panel .
The most commonly prescribed drugs for patients with flushing include leuprolide (lupron), megestrol (megace), epinephrine, triptorelin, doxercalciferol (hectorol), moexipril, cefpodoxime, ranolazine (ranexa), bicalutamide (casodex), estrogens, conjugated (usp) / medroxyprogesterone, iohexol (omnipaque), calcium citrate and zoledronic acid (reclast) .
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