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Is Oral Pseudophed Safe To Take For Long Term
Is it safe take children Mucinex (guaifenesin) multi symptom cold nighttime with prescription bromphenir-pseudoephed-DM together?
Can I take one Claritin (loratadine) (not d) and one pseudophed PE at the same time? (The d makes me jittery).
I've been taking elevit pregnancy vitamin for sometime now. Is it safe to take for long term? I'm not pregnant yet, just trying to.
Yes it is safe: To take longer term as directed one a day. ...Read more
Is it that drug?: Often people taking mood stabilizers are also receiving 2nd generation antipsychotics which in themselves can cause weight gain. Check with your physician. Data on side effects for valproic acid and specifically depamide indicates less than 1% may have weight gain. Asimilar number may have weight loss as well. ...Read more
Depends but no: If you are using guaifenesin, you must have a cough. You mention gerd on your profile but no mention of cigarettes or environemental exposure. What about infectious exposure. You need to know why your coughing. Please check into this first. Then maybe use the guaifenesin intermittently. ...Read more
Check with your doc: It is an NSAID which can be used long term;however, there are risks such as GI bleeding and decreased kidney function. You should periodically have blood work. Talk with your doctor to see what you should do in your particular case. ...Read more
There are risks: Yes, but not if you gain weight quickly on it. It must be stopped if you develop diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, excessively high triglycerides, tardive dyskinesia, if you can make it through without developing or treating any of those problems., then it should be fine. ...Read more
Maybe yes, maybe no.: The full answer is complex and may require meeting with a sleep specialist. The short answer is that all drugs have adverse effects, some overt and other more subtle. Lunesta (eszopiclone) and its close cousins are effective for short term insomnia but have not been shown to be successful for long term management. There is also some evidence for dependence and odd overnight behaviors. ...Read more
Valium: Valium can be used as a muscle relaxant and if a neurologist presribed it for your condition it can be taken daily and would be safe as long as you followed instructions and be seen regularly so that your condition and medication can be monitored. You shouldn't stop the medication abruptly nor change the dose on your own. ...Read more
Buspar (buspirone) is probably: The safest medication in psychiatry. No long term effects known. Buspirone has been assigned to pregnancy category b by the fda. Animal studies failed to reveal evidence of fetal damage. There are no controlled data in human pregnancy. Buspirone should only be given in pregnancy when need has been clearly established. Www. Drugs. Com. Best wishes. ...Read more
Safe to take Pepcid (famotidine) AC (20mg) daily? Works wonders for me. Concerned about long-term effects the medication might have on me however.
Check with MD: As to why you need to be on any antireflux/acid reducing medicine. Rule out problems that might occur over thr long term; address other issues re: weight, meds, alcohol, diet, tobacco, that may affect reflux and GERD. Lowest dose of least potent med for shortest period of time to do the job is a reasonable approach. Chronic reflux canlead to problems, including esophageal cancer. See MD ...Read more
Novoret for health adult. If they are safe why medical prescription needed for buying...can I take it. ..are there any side effects in long term?
My fiance wants to make his penis bigger because it's only 2 in. Is there a safe and long term way to do that? I don't want him to take something bad
Are statin drugs safe for long-term use? I take 5 mg. Crestor (rosuvastatin) 5 x week. It's keeping my numbers in check, but at what cost over time? 48 yr old male.
Statins: As far as we presently know statins are safe over time. There are some questions whether long term there might be some abnormalities of glucose handling produced. There are liver and other abnormalities which we've seen with statins that sometimes require the statin to be withdrawn. The great majority of patients on statins have no problems to the present time. ...Read more
Yes.: No problems.Get a more detailed answer ›
Safety of, Prozac (fluoxetine): Long term use of anti depressants will, cause changes in receptor activity n the brain, decreasing desired effects, but no findings of significant harm have developed from Extended use. You should discuss with your doctor who, prescribed this drug, if you still need it at all, or if a change is needed ...Read more
Read the book: The I pledge book can bbe gotten at your doctor's office or found on line. This explains side effects in detail and prepares you to decide. Each patient is different. Patients who are good candidates, are grateful to have it. Most of my patients have not had any side effects so it is helpful for the right patient. Dosage is usually lower for patients who have had laser care. ...Read more
Prob ok: Antihistamines have been around for decades, and certainly many more potent than loratadine. They say worldwide the most common drug taken is diphenhydramine, mostly for the sedative properties (as a sleep aid). Antihistamines can affect certain types of glaucoma, and accentuate urine retention in those with prostate issues and dry mucous membranes, but usually not so much with loratadine per say. ...Read more
Discuss with doc: Some get relief from heartburn or other symptoms of GERD by using a short course (2-4 wks) of omeprazole. Avoiding aggravating factors such as alcohol, caffeine, or laying down within an hour of eating can also help. Longer term use of these meds (for years) is sometimes needed, but you should discuss your needs with your doc to make sure other conditions that would need treatment are not overlooked ...Read more
Safe: Safe but, unfortunately, medically ineffective.Get a more detailed answer ›
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