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How To Counteract Effects Of Progesterone
5alpha Red Inh: 5 alpha reductase inhibitors blocking Testo action. T gpes thru anoth way directly to estrogens via aromatase effect. ...Read more
Good try !: Are you asking: 1. What you can do that is good for your body to make up for hurting your body? Or are you asking: 2. What you can ingest to nullify the impact of the alcohol you ingested? If it was question #1- you are drinking too much. If it was question #2- you are drinking too much. If my response is getting under your skin - you are drinking too much. ...Read more
Zyprexa (olanzapine): Work with your doctor to adjust or optimize the dose, considering any other medicines or substances you might be taking. You might not need as high a dose as you did previously, or a different medicine may bring you better results. Also, you might take the zyprexa (olanzapine) at bedtime rather than other times in the day. ...Read more
What side effects?: Naltrexone is generally well tolerated, with most side effects being gastrointestinal - queasiness, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, but these are usually mild and are reduced after a time. However, if a person who is STILL opioid dependent and has opioids on board takes it, it can precipitate severe withdrawal, with violent nausea and retching, total body pain, even seizures and delirium. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Talk with your doc: There are means for dealing with menopausal symptoms/hot flashes. Soy use is controversial but some antidepressants can help but be careful as some also inhibit tamoxifen metabolism. Effexor/venlefaxine is the most studied and does not do this. There are some patients who have achieved great relief with alternative therapies such as accupuncture. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Take with food/milk : The most common side effects of the penicillin and cephalosporin class of antibiotics originate within the gastrointestinal tract. Usually taking the medications with food will help eliminate the upset stomach or nausea. If diarrhea is present try adding a probiotic; acidophilus or lactobacillus. Also eating a serving of yogurt daily could help decrease these side effects. ...Read more
Steroid: Corticosteroids are anti-inflammatory steroids for asthma/copd and other diseases. When taken by mouth, or IV or im the systemic effect will occur. When sprayed nasally or inhaled into the lungs the dose and the delivery system prevents systemic side effects (depending on dose and usage). Same thing with "cortisone" skin or local preparations, systemic side effect mitigated. ...Read more
Targeting/amifostine: Amifostine is a radio protective agent that sometimes is used in head and neck or brain radiotherapy to reduce the side effects of the treatment. Careful planning to reduce the dose to adjacent normal tissues is also quite important in minimizing side effects. Other things are fairly site specific. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aldomet (methyldopate): Taking meds. At night, unless otherwise advised by your doctor. ...Read more
Many options: Infertility can be stressful and emotional. Consider a counselor, acupuncture, spending time with your partner to maintain your relationship, and continuing activities that you enjoy. If you are having a very difficult time, considering asking your doctor if there are alternative treatment medications you can try. Your body may have a more favorable response to different medications. ...Read more
Not take it?: The ongoing use of Amitriptyline likely is disrupting to your sleep architecture. You could try melatonin to try to normalize your rem sleep or talk to you doctor about rozerem (ramelteon). The only other medicines that might help are for dementia or parkinson's disease. I notice you are taking Aripiprazole and mirtazpine and, these are also likely contributing to your rem disturbance. Talk to your md! ...Read more
1 week -- 6 weeks: Depending on the route (cream, injections, or testosterone pellets), some men can experience an increase in their energy, improvements in their sleep, and changes in their mood, concentration, and focus as early as one week. For others, it may take as much as 6 weeks to reach peak hormone levels and peak response rates. ...Read more
Benadryl (diphenhydramine) sedation: If Benadryl (diphenhydramine) (diphenhydamine) causes sedation, don't take it. In some states, driving under the influence of a sedating medication can get you into as much trouble as driving drunk. Try the otc meds fexofenadine (allergra), or Loratadine (claritin). Tip: generic lotatadine is available from costco or sam's club for about $12.00 for 365 tablets. They are tasteless and chewable for kids 1/2 = 5mg. ...Read more
What are side effect of intaking of melformine hydrochloride sustained release tablets and what is remedy to avoid side effect to some extent?
Consultation: With your md is strongly advised. But first, have a look at the link below for some basic info on side effects (G.I., etc.) and the need to involve your care team in the conversation. Your medical condition might require long-term adjustment of dosage, etc..Good luck! http://basicsideeffects.Com/metformin-glucophage-xr-side-effects-of-metformin/. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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