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Cetylpyridinium Chloride Side Effects
Totally different: Cetylpyridinium chloride is an antiseptic, it kills bacteria. Fluoride is a mineral that makes teeth more resistant to acid when it is incorporated into the tooth enamel and also makes it harder for the bacteria to stick to the teeth. You can't say one is better then the other because they are totally different products that are used for totally different things. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is cetylpyridinium chloride safe? I have mouth spray that has 0.075% in it and it says 2 sprays but I do 5 or more. Is this bad? Can I use everyday?
Safe mouth spray: Cetylpyridinium chloride is a compound used in mouth washes, toothpastes, and lozenges to fight bacteria. It doesn't eradicate them all, as some are normal to be in your mouth. The spray can reduce gingivitis and reduce plaque. It is safe, even at 5 sprays a day. However, regular dental care is also needed to assure dental health. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11505791. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it bad to mix a mouthwash that whitens teeth with a regular one containing cetylpyridinium chloride?
Have fungal infection in mouth,what is safe during pregnancy?also is cetylpyridinium chloride+lidocaine HCl gel safe during pregnancy??
I was curious as to a hypothetical situation of the side effects/symptoms of the succinylcholine chloride injection administered orally.
Dangerous: This is a very potent drug that is given intravenously only. Using it orally there is some possibility of it being absorbed through your mucus membranes. It is really playing with danger to attempt oral administration. Death is one side effect. ...Read more
Taking ganaton 150mg (itopride hydro chloride) one cap per day \u0026 pantocid 40g 2x a day for 6 yrs. safe? there any side effects of this? Thank you
Interactions: Ganaton is not available in US. It is used in combination in other countries. Just get an EKG to make sure no conduction abnormalities. Other wise it is ok ...Read more
Herbs are medicines: Even though herbs come from the earth, they are still medicinal in nature and can have adverse effects if taken inappropriately or if taken with another herb or medicine that interacts with it. ...Read more
Agitation: Most medications used to treat adhd are stimulants. They may be amphetamines or amphetamine like medicines. Side effects are usually mild and fade with time. They may include irritability, agitation, insomnia, weight loss. Generally, in my practice, i start these medications at a low dose and have my patients increase gradually. They tend to have few if any side effects. ...Read more
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Yes: The main side effect of all Insulin is hypoglycemia; therefore, the most important thing is to be sure to always be prepared to treat hypoglycemia by carrying a rapid-acting carbohydrate, such as glucose tablets, with you. Novolog starts working in 15 minutes and peaks in approximately 2 hours so watch for hypoglycemia soon after an infection and you typically want to eat when you take it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It may.: Ecstasy overdose can cause palpitations, chest pain, heart attack, heart failure, pulmonary hypertension, stroke, be toxic to the heart, angina pectoris, destruction of blood vesselscoma, organ failure, coma and death. So, yes it can have long lasting effects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not specifically: Not specifically for women, but it is pretty hard jarring/impact on the knees, so don't overdue it. ...Read more
Did not Understand!: There is nothing like formula food; mothers milk or one of the commercial infant formulas alone is given up to 4-6 months age(nothing else). After that supplementary food is introduced, e.g. Cereals, jar or home made pureed food. Breast feeding or infant formula is continued up to 1 year age. After that, 4% or vitamin-d milk up to 2 year, the 1%. Some follow up formula can be given instead at 1 yr. ...Read more
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