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Minigynon 21 Side Effects
How long after starting back citalapram will the side effects end. I've been on it for 21 days now.?
A short time: The usual time lapse for side effect reduction may be 10 days to a month or so. This is variable due to individual differences. If your dose is being adjusted upwards during this time it may take longer. If the side effects become especially bothersome, contact your prescriber. These side effects may also be a "synergy" with other drugs you may be using. Please refer to your prescriber. ...Read more
Breakthrough bleed: The later in the cycle you start your pack of pills the higher the chance of breakthrough bleeding. It can take a few cycles to regulate. I usually recommend that my patients start their pills the first sunday after starting their bleed. The reason we use sunday is so you are less likely to have your period on a weekend. ...Read more
I am 21 years old. I look thin (49kgs) height 5.6fts. No change in my personality past 3years. I'm using step up medicine to grow height. Any side effects?
Unknown: Because there is no medicine or supplement to grow additional height at age 21 years, anything that a person is taking to try to do that may have unknown effects (basically, any effects would be considered side effects). One can exercise and get adequate calcium and vitamin d, to maintain strong bones. ...Read more
I took HGH for 2 months and have had very bad side effects since, 2 years ago, my wounds still take forever to heal, im only 21 yrs old, will I regul8?
Blame something else: It was too long ago and for too short a duration to be having an effect now. Something else is causing your problems. See your doctor this time. ...Read more
Possible side effect: It means they won't necessarily occur. Tiredness, sleep disturbances, sweats, nausea and gastric symptoms, cold symptoms, sexual dysfunction. And others. It's important that, if you think you may have a side effect, don't just discontnue, but discuss it with your doctor. Adjustments can be made, including changing to another treatment. ...Read more
See this page.: Zelapar is a drug used to treat Parkinson's disease. It's generic name is selegiline. Foods and some over the counter meds you eat may interact with this medication and should be avoided. See this page for more details, including side effects: https://www. Drugs. Com/zelapar. Html Do not take any over the counter meds or supplements that your doc has not okayed. ...Read more
Vidastat=Simvastatin: 1 in 10 people will get muscle aches. 1 in 100 will get mildly elevated liver tests. 1 in 1000 may have serious side effects involving the liver or muscles. The vast majority of people can take it with no side-effects. ...Read more
No dtp now DTap/TdaP: The DTP was retired in about 1992 after the acellular pertussis vaccine was developed. The early product was well known for the pain & fever it generated, but the newer product was synthesized in the lab rather than derived from dead germs. At present it is rarely associated with fever after several doses & normal injection pain. Its mild nature let us give it to adults now as tdap. ...Read more
Oxycontin: Oxycodone is a powerful pain-killer related to morphine and heroin. It can make you nauseated and constipated in the short run, or kill you if you take too much. It is also powerfully addictive and should only be used for really bad pain, and as little as possible. Good luck. ...Read more
I believe you mean plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine). Possible side effects include:
• belly pain.
• upset stomach or throwing up. Many small meals, good mouth care, sucking hard, sugar-free candy, or chewing sugar-free gum may help.
• eye problems may rarely happen. ...Read more
Parlodel (bromocriptine): The most common indication for the drug is to treat high prolactin level. Other uses are for acromegaly (high growth hormone), or for parkinson disease. Common side effects are nausea, headache, dizziness, drowsiness, fatigue, lightheadedness, bowel symptoms, liver enzymes elevation, low blood pressure... ...Read more
Not available in U.S: I am not familiar with this medication, as it is not used in the U.S. Overseas it is used for asthma and bronchitis. I believe it is a bronchodilator, which helps expand the bronchioles in your lungs (which are constricted in asthma attacks/bronchitis). Possible side effects are mostly stomach related: nausea, upset stomach, and as with almost anything there is a possibility of a rash. ...Read more
Experimental animal studies have suggested that resveratrol might be neuroprotective and be beneficial in the prevention and/or treatment of neurodegenerative diseases; however, clinical trials in healthy or cognitively impaired older people are currently very limited. (More information)
In randomized controlled trials, short-term supplementation with resveratrol significantly improved glucose and ...Read more
Stimulant.: Contrary to what is on the label and marketing - dmaa is not a natural product and is not found in germaniums. It's been linked to deaths of us servicemen who had had heart attacks during training exercises after taking them. Side effects are same for other stimulants - palpitations, heart racing, elevated blood pressure. Avoid using supplements with dmaa! ...Read more