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How To Counteract The Side Effects Of Niacin
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
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
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
Do the side effects of isotritinoin outweigh the benefits from its acne treatment? How can such side effects be reduced?
Depends on severity: Whether the risks outweigh the beneifts is truly a matter of severity of the disease as well as the importance to the individual. Acne is rarely, if ever, a life threatening disease. Therefore, it can essentially go untreated if it doesnt bother you. However, to others, the disease can cause great psychological distress and issues with self esteem/confidence/image. In this case, benefits may win. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Botox Side Effects: Avoid blood thinners prior to treatment. Consider arnica montana if you tend to bruise easily. Ice the treatment area for a few minutes prior to reduce the chance of bruising and any discomfort. Avoid massaging the treated area for 2 days and consider avoiding significant cardiovascular activities for 24 hours. If you are experiencing any side effects (which would be rare) return to your provider. ...Read moreSee 8 more doctor answers
Lessen you dosage: Consult with your doctor. The rx instructions indicate a reduction of dosage is in order under the guidance of your doctor. A pill splitter can cut the pills in half to give you half dose. You can eliminate certain days a week to cut your overall dose. I know a person that reduce their dose to taking only 5 mg once per week - approved by their doctor, and is doing well.. ...Read more
No: Fluoride in the dosage one would normally receive through toothpaste, tap water and other environmental sources has few potential side effects, none of which are anywhere close to the side effects you would experience taking lithium. There is a plethora of scientific evidence of the safety and efficacy of Fluoride use as a public health measure. ...Read more
Aldomet (methyldopate): Taking meds. At night, unless otherwise advised by your doctor. ...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
Effects and S.E. Mag: Magnesium is the relaxation mineral. It can be helpful against reactive airway episodes, muscle cramping, muscle tension, headaches, constipation, insomnia, and it is important to make sure you support your magnesium if you have to take Azithromycin antibiotics in order to minimize the risk of a potentially fatal heart arrhythmia. ...Read more
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
See your doctor: Without knowing your specific symptoms, i would contact your doctor to help. Interferon has many side effects and the best way to deal with them is to discuss all of your symptoms with your doctor who is treating you. They can prescribe medications that help with certain symptoms. ...Read more
What does Mylan-Risperidone medication to to the body and brain? What are the side effects in taking this medication long term?
Not sure about the: "Mylan" part but risperidone is a potent anti-psychotic which is also used to treat BI-POLAR disorders It is a drug which helps BALANCE the chemicals in the brain which are related to MOOD (AFFECT) and THOUGHT. Discuss the long term effects with the Prescriber!!! It is clear you have to "have a talk"! In the meantime, I hope this helps! DrZ ...Read more
What are the side effects of taking mdma while on 20mg of fluoxetine? Will the mdma effects lessen?C
Do not use MDMA: One cannot use illegal drugs such as mdma while on fluoxetine because illegal drugs are unhealthy, harmful, and may react with prescription drugs; not to mention the fact that they are illegal. Both mdma and fluoxetine alter brain chemistry and brain function. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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