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Is Dmso Safe To Use
Usually: Sildenafil (viagra) is an excellent medication to aid in improving erections. Patients on certain cardiac medications or with other illnesses should not take this medication - this is why it is only available with a prescription. You should speak with your doctor about whether this medication is right for you - do not take prescription medications that were not prescribed for you by your doctor. ...Read more
Belladonna+ arnica: Belladonna "b"and arnica each has topical pain relieving effects on the skin, for conditions deeper down like muscle spasm, pain or other tissue pains. Not dangerous but u are not to swallow it, ever! topically, there are no dangers to intact skin. If the pains are too major, this usually homeopathic strength gel may not bring all the relief you need+may need to take other pain meds. ...Read more
Although melatonin: Is relatively safe, there is always the potential for side effects. Possible se’s from melatonin include: feeling tired the next day, sleep walking, nightmares, vivid dreams, dizziness, confusion, headache, GI upset, v libido, v sperm count, gynecomastia in men ; mood changes. ...Read more
Not much data: Serrapeptase, serrapeptidase, or serratiopeptidase. It is derived from a microorganism in the intestines of silkworms, serratia e15, and is a proteolytic enzyme. The worms use it to dissolve their cocoon. It has been used for about 25 years in japan, mostly for pain and inflammation. There is very little safety data on it, but there are some reports of lung inflammation, so talk with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not best choice: It is a matter of effectiveness. Medicines have an expiration date to regulate usage and effectiveness. If medicine expired it may not work at all as intended. Not recommended to use after expired. ...Read more
Maybe: Paint types differ significantly. Some have toxic compounds and exposure should be limited or avoided. Others, like water colors or latex low odor paints may be used if good ventilation is maintained. If exposure is unavoidable, there are masks that can help reduce chemical exposures. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe but for what?: Hurricaine spray (http://www.Beutlich.Com/documents/hurricaine/hurricaine_spray_drug_facts.Pdf) is used for temporary relief. It is not safe if you're allergic to it or similar anesthetics. More importantly, one shouldn't use any pain killer for a long period of time w/o seeing his/her family doc to be sure one isn't masking something dangerous rather than getting to bottom of problem. ...Read more
TripToTheGlueFactory: If you want to ingest something of dubious benefit that is produced from the hoofs of animals(and other tasty animal products)go ahead,it won't harm you if it's produced according to the usual health regulations.But don't put too much value on it other than as a source of a protein complex that will be broken down in the stomach and then absorbed.Always ask "will this make it to where I want it?" ...Read more
Define "safe": The medication wouldn't be allowed on the market unless it passed through the vigorous FDA approval and product surveillance process. Its ability to be a winder drug for some who suffer otherwise is well known, but its potential for serious side effects is also present. Selective use and continuous monitoring for side effects is needed in this drug more than many others. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Yes: Topical lidocaine can be used for some symptoms associated with TMJ pain, but the real question is whether or not the topical application will provide enough soft tissue penetration for relief. A visit with your dentist would be recommended for treatment options that may provide better relief. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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