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Dysnia Short Breathing Are Side Effect Of Clexan
Need more info: IgE (immunoglobulin E) is the class of antibodies that is associated with allergies and allergic asthma. You don't tell me what medications you are taking. I suspect that your breathing problems are associated with asthma. However, need more information for a coherent answer. ...Read more
Is shallow breathing a very rare side effect of cymbalta-seem to get 2 hours after med kicks is and goesaway 6 hours later?
Taking Flagyl and feel like all my muscles are really relaxed breathing feels too relaxed and even chewing is hard. Side effect normal?
Not Typical: This does not sound like typical side-effects of flagyl. Normally we are concerned about metallic taste in mouth and nerve involvement. If you feel like your muscles are weak however, this would be concerning enough to stop flagyl. Discuss this with your prescribing physician so he can determine whether to stop or not and if so, what alternative would work best. ...Read more
Will the side effect of a bp pill of breathing difficulty ever get so serious that you stop breathing all together? I'm taking Coreg (carvedilol).
Experiencing tight chest pains after two days of using roc. Breathing ok but not sure if this is a side effect or anxiety. Any suggestions?
What breathing disorder is related to constant bloodshot eyes? Maybe overbreathing is a side effect of something else? I can't figure out what's wrong
Sleep apnea: Can cause red eyes.Get a more detailed answer ›
I'm taking doxycycline hyclate for bronchitis. I feel a bit shaky after i take this medicine my breathing is normal but is this a side effect?
Doxycycline: Unless you are treating an acute exacerbation of chronic bronchitis the doxy is probably unnecessary as acute bronchitis is >95% viral. The side-effects of this drug may include weakness, nausea and other symptoms and discontinuing it might not be a bad idea, but the best thing to do is to consult with the doctor who ordered it. ...Read more
I am gonna try allegra (fexofenadine) for allergies. I always worry about side effect. How common is it for allegra (fexofenadine) to cause breathing problems?
After doing Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) I have problems breathing. Is this a common side effect?
Not typical: You could have breathing issues if it caused your heart rate and blood pressure to increase. You can check your heart rate at the time you feel short of breath and can also check blood pressure. If either one of these is significantly elevated you will likely need to stop. If BP and pulse are fine and you just feel tight with shortness of breath should consider an allergy. ...Read more
Taking Augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) for 3days and trouble breathing is getting worse. How many days of not taking it will this side effect go away?
Yes: Sedation is a side effect of opioids. Pls make sure you are taking them as prescribed. ...Read more
Is having breathing problems while on herceptin (trastuzumab) due to breast cancer a normal side effect?
Go to see oncologist: Breathing problem is not a normal side effect from herceptin (trastuzumab). Go to see your oncologist as soon as possible. Herceptin (trastuzumab) can affect your heart function and shortness of breath can be related to your heart condition. Other things like allergic reaction can happen-eventhough not common with herceptin (trastuzumab), also the cancer itself can give you the problem if it's causing fluid accumulation in the lung etc. ...Read more
When I take Amoxicillin I have some difficulty breathing. Is this normal, a side-effect or an allergic reaction? I am taking it for Strep Throat.
Med allergy: Difficulty breathing associated with taking a medication likely indicates allergy to the medication. Tightness in the throat suggests a severe reaction. In either case , the medication should be stopped. Severe symptoms require immediate medical attention. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I want to use ginko biloba pills for improving my studies is there any side effect on long /short term use please help med.Student?
Not helpful: No studies support using gingko biloba to improve either concentration or memory, despite the hype and press. Medical school is difficult and stressful, and requires lots of time and energy. Best ways to help memory is to eat well, exercise, sleep, follow routines that create breaks, and realize you cannot learn it all! caution with caffeine and any stimulants too. Good luck and hang in there! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Drugs that inhibit cellular respiration? how do cells utilize oxygen and how do you counteract this side effect so patient doesn't die of hypoxia?
It is complex: Your questions are only relevant if you tell us why you are asking about such questions? Please tell us which drug/s you are taking or wanting to understand?. We can not deal with theoretical considerations such as you have posed. Life's physiology is quite complex. I had to study for 10+ years before I could understand questions like this! ...Read more
Hey i'm gonna take ssri's for dysmorphophobia but i learned that i can have short time memory loss is it a frequent side effect ?I have exams soon
I have trouble swallowing and breathing,feel like my yhroat is getting shorter pain in the veins of both sides of neck,dizziness,fatigue?
My feet are red and on firer. They hurt when stand for a short time. Could this be a side effect from my chemo?
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