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Bicillin L A Injectable In Tubex Side Effects
Variable: Some side effects may start immediately or within a day or two and others may come later. ...Read more
How mant different kinds of injectable biologics does a child need to "fail" or have bad side effects on before trying infusions for JRA ?
One: Failure of one injectable TNF agent can be an indication to try an infusable. It depends on the rheumatologist. ...Read more
I'm going to inject 250 mg test weekly for four weeks... My trainer said that's the minimum with almost no side effects...
Any suggestions docs ?
Testosterone: That's quite a bit of T! Usual starting dose is 1mg/kg/wk or 100mg for 220lb male. Of course, this assumes you've been proven hypogonadal (low T). If not, then risk >> benefit. No side effect? I've got a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you! Everything has down sides. No such thing as free lunch. Besides, where'd you get your T? Unless from a pharmacy, you run risk of contamination besides side effects. ...Read more
Bleeding.: No major issues, assuming it was antiseptic. Bleeding from muscle is the only major issue, and it should be minimal! ...Read more
Lidocaine injections for endometriosis, good idea? Side effects? How do they inject them? Do they work?
Not likely: Lidocaine is not likely to be helpful for endometriosis. Others injections are much more likely to help, such as depo-lupron, which can suppress estrogen production. When the estrogen is suppressed, the endometriosis is suppressed, and your symptoms will likely improve. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the side effects for taking oral MS drugs as opposed to copaxone (glatiramer) and all the other injectable drugs.
Complex : All ms drugs have potential side effects, and Copaxone has injection site reactions, lipoatrophy, an occasional chest/flushing reaction, and of course, the need to inject. All three orals are well tolerated in most folks, but tecfidera may cause severe nausea, diarrhea. Better tolerated might be Gilenya (fingolimod) or aubagio. Talk to neurologist about your best approach. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there possible negative side effects from radiopharmaceuticals? I understand that radiopharmaceuticals is when radioactive substances are injected into the body, and i assume a low amount of radiation is ok, but when does the amount of radiation injec
In : In diagnostic nuclear medicine, our goal is to use the smallest amount of radioactive tracer that will give us the diagnosis. If you have ever been in a nuclear medicine department, you will be surprised at how long it takes to acquire an image. This is the trade off. Low tracer amounts yeild long imaging times. At some point, the patient can't hold still any longer. Your second question is when does radioactivity become harmful. Any sort of ionizing radiation can cause an increased risk of cancer. Sunlight, cosmic rays, and radiation coming from our environment will all cause a small increase of cancer rates. Because of this, we are always striving to keep our doses as low as reasonably achievable (alara). Please see :http://www.Ncsu.Edu/ehs/radiation/forms/alara.Pdf for more details. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How to reverse kenalog 40mg/ml injection suspension 9triamcinolone0 inject 1 ml itramuscularly once side effects?
Reversal agent?: Haven't heard of any reversal agent for an intramuscular or intradermal injection of a corticosteroid medication like kenalog (triamcinolone). One's primary care doctor and the doctor who did the injection can work together to help treat side effects, whatever those might be. ...Read more
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