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Medicine For Ibutilide Fumarate Allergy
Isit rare to be allergic to ferrous Fumarate? I have to take them for low hemoglobin. I have no known allergies
Rare: But if you're still suspicious, take the first dose in the doctor's office or an ER waiting area, wait for an hour after, if everything is fine and no reaction, just move on, if any problem, then you are in the very place you want to be in this case. Severe reactions, if you're truly allergic, would appear in the first hour after exposure, good luck ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
I am having eye allergy from 10 years. I use albalon (ketotifen fumarate) eyedrop. I get relief but my right eyelid is swollen from 2 years.
Dry eyes can be:
Get a tear production test from eye dr
if dry need to see Rheumatologist ...Read more
I am having eye allergy from 10 years. I use albalon (ketotifen fumarate) eyedrop. I get relief But my right eyelid is swollen from 2 years. Please hlp
See doctor: If you are using ketotifen eye drops on both eyes but only one eyelid has problem, you need to consult an eye doctor. ...Read more
Corvert allergy: Corvert (Ibutilide) is an antiarrhythmic agent. An allergy occurs when your body’s immune system creates antibodies to a foreign substance causing a reaction that can be mild to severe. For potential adverse effects see: http://www. Rxlist. Com/corvert-drug. Htm ...Read more
Diag Angina, lost erectile function and sexual excitment no prev probs this area I feel related to drugs nicorandil bisoprolol fumarate simvastin?
Bisoprolol: Is likely to be the culprit here. If your ED started around the same time as that med you should go see your doc about switching you to something else. I do not recommend you stop it without seeing your doctor. This medication can have a rebound effect and possibley cause you more angina if you stop it in-appropriately. ...Read more
I don't like drugs as a belt and braces approach. Is it safe to take bisoprosol fumarate only if I go back into AF. Opinions of my two doctors differ.
Answer: You should talk to your prescribiung doctor. Itcould be as simple as your body is used to the med. But you should not be experimanting with out talking to your doctor. ...Read more
What permanent damage can a 28 day PEP course of Tenofovir (+ Fumarate + Emtricitabine) do to one's body? Also, how effective would the said combination of drugs be in preventing HIV after 68 hours?
Damage is unlikely: It is most effective when started within 72 hours. Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are the most likely short-term side effects. Long-term side effects are not expected. Tenofovir may strain the kidneys or liver - usually in those with kidney disease or hepatitis already - but permanent damage is rare. The risks of long-term organ damage are much more likely from the HIV virus than from this drug ...Read more
Isit rare for someone to be allergic to ferrous Fumarate? I need to take them but I am frightened
Reassurance: You can take ferrous glauconite if you really!!! Need this at your age and enjoy your life. ...Read more
Can I take fumarate 25 mg, cymblata 60mg and nyquil sinex? Can I take fumarate 25 mg, cymblata 60mg and nitetime nyquil sinex?
Discuss with doctor: Your doctor can provide you with options regarding these medications. ...Read more
Why not: First, where are you getting dimethyl fumarate, is it a research study? Not yet on market, but may work well in ms. Unaware of any bad interaction, but since drug may cause GI distress and so does ibuprofen, each might add to the misery. Talk to the doc who is provided the agent. ...Read more
Among ferrous sulfate, gluconate and fumarate, is there any difference in absorbtion and tolerability?
All these forms of iron have distinct characteristics that affect these areas. Though gluconate and fumarate are more tolerable than the sulfate, they provide a lower amount of absorbable iron. I feel that it is more important to be able to tolerate the form of iron you're taking than how much is absorbed especially if you have any stomach problems to begin with.
Good luck. ...Read more
Feritin is 21 should I be taking 300mg of ferrous fumarate a day as my doctor prescribed me? Or is this to much?
Questions: How much oral iron can you take without getting sick from it? Has a cause of iron deficiency (heavy monthly loss, vegetarianism) been identified? These are the real questions to ask. Best wishes. ...Read more
Is there another reason for prescribing Bisopresol Fumarate, other than to keep heart rate down in case of going back into AF and if BP is normal.
Is treating chronic cough with a combination of Budesonide+Formoterol Fumarate considered aggressive treaetment? Does benefit outweighs the risks?
Depends on cause.: Technically, that would depend on the cause of your cough, and as such the treatment you mention wouldn't be aggressive as much as it would be misdirected. This would be fine for asthma or COPD, perhaps, but not for allergies or reflux, which can also cause a chronic cough. ...Read more
I've been prescribed Ferrous Fumarate for low hemoglobin. Is this medication unlikely to give me a allergic reaction, I'm not allergic to anything?
Very doubtful: Low, minimal incidence of side effects with this medication. ...Read more
The same: I think they are one and the same --. ...Read more
Quetiapine in blood: Your rxing practitioner most likely said it takes 4-6 weeks to see its full effect and therefore it will take at 4-6 weeks to get out of your system. This is why when people stop their antipsychotic med they feel 'fine' until they decompensate. Do this only in conjunction with your rxing practitioner. ...Read more
No difference: As a former chemistry major, I do not see much difference between the two given that the basic chemical is the same. ...Read more
Prescribed 210mg of Ferrous Fumarate. 1 3 times a day because my hemoglobin is 10, is this fine or to much?
Good dose of iron:
This is a good dose for getting maximum benefit. It is essential that your body is low in Iron as shown on blood testing for Iron stores. Once your Hemoglobin (Hb) goes up, the dose of Iron pills can be reduced to 1 tab twice a day. But either dose is fine.
Send us your CBC results as we want to know what your MCV result is besides having a low Hb. ...Read more
Yes...: They might be at odds with one another, but it is more important to take your BP / heart medication regularly and can try the g.C. To see if you have any effect from it other than a reduction in your wallet--many products have little to no active component, and there is no real quality control amongst supplements. Good luck. ...Read more
No...: You should definitely consult your doctor and make sure that you have low iron stores in your body. If you have normal iron levels and you take too much iron it can accumulate in your liver and cause damage to it. Make sure you get seen by your doctor and have blood work done in order to find out if you need supplement if you are iron deficient. ...Read more
I was on 2 iron fumarate pills a day for a month and a half, and now I started getting symptoms like joints pain, what should I do?
Unrelated: Your joint pains are not due to the iron pills. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you and if your symptoms persist for more than two weeks, it would be prudent to see your doctor. ...Read more
I've been taking Ferrous Sulfate Can I switch it to Ferrous Fumarate? Pharmacist told me it alright to take Fumarate as it almost same.
I am in rhythm BP fine. One doctor says to take Bisoprosol Fumarate if I go back into AF. My other doctor says to take it all the time. Opinion please?
Depends on burden AF:
If you are having atrial fibrillation frequently, then taking the bisoprolol regularly will likely reduce this burden.
If, however, you get it infrequently, and bisoprolol has historically helped convert you from AF to normal rhythm, it can be utilized as a "pill-in-the-pocket" approach.
Alternative would be to assure your flecainide dose is maximized, or switch to alternative antiarrhythmics. ...Read more