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Serzone Adverse Effects
Nefazadone (brand serzone) is an antidepressant closely related to trazodone. This is a potent 5-ht2a antagonist. Due to low affinities to other neurotransmitters it has fewer side effects. Unfortunately it was discontinued in many countries due to acute liver failure. Bristol-myers-squibb discontinued it in 2004. There are generic forms ...Read more
Snri group SE hard: There are only few groups of antidepressants and how they change brain chemicals ssri snri sari dnri zoloft Paxil Prozac Celexa lexopro all are ssri except Paxil they can be stopped if have se pt will be fine after a little problem same with dnri which has wellbutrin hard ones are snri Effexor Cymbalta Pristiq (desvenlafaxine) as they have norep do withdrawals are bad dont do it yourself go to doctor to wean off. ...Read more
Maybe, untreated : Safety during pregnancy is a matter for discussion between patient, high risk obstetrician & doctor who prescribes the meds. Risk to mom of not treating must be weighed against the benefit of treating with risk to baby. Not treating may increase risk or worsening depression, miscarriage, prematurity, or postpartum depression. Risk to baby is a rarely occurring neonatal pulmonary hypertension. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Healthy exercise: Handball is a good aerobic exercise. It has great value for overall health. Any exercise has the ability to produce injuries and these should be addressed appropriately. If there are underlying health conditions then an individual should consult their physician before beginning a new exercise regimen. ...Read more
Should be OK: Hi. There should be a problem using both drugs. Remember, you MUST take Fosamax (alendronate) once/week on an empty stomach with water (only, and lots of it). I recommend waiting 60 minutes (not 30) before any other medicines, food, or beverages, and in that hour, have MORE water. Fosamax taken properly should have no interaction with Sanctura. ...Read more
It depends...: ...on what the side effects are. Paliperidone (Invega) is a an atypical antipsychotic approved for the treatment of schizophrenia. The most common acute side effect is restlessness and muscle twitches. Common intermediate side effects are weight gain, increased cholesterol, increased glucose and an increased risk of diabetes. There are some more serious, rarer side effects in the long-term. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Glutathione pills?: You don't absorb straight glutathione orally. It would need to be IV push. Otherwise, you must be getting NAC, which is a precursor to glutathione. No harm. ...Read more
If the patient have the adverse effects with the statins and fenofibtes which anticholestirol drug would be advisable?
Not much: There is not much else to choose from but some side effects are not true side effects -- please discuss this with your doctor or get a second opinion. ...Read more
What are the adverse effects from concentrating for prolonged periods of time without break(4-8 hrs)? (study, reading, solving puzzles)
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Does Zopiclone or Zopidem commonly cause any adverse effects? I need it just for a few days. I'm worried that it may affect my performance.
Different effects.: Insomnia medications effect people differently. Some people have no side effects whatsoever, while other people remain lethargic after waking. Unfortunately there is no way to predict how it will affect you. If it causes sleepiness after waking then you should talk to your doctor about decreasing your dose. I would not take it if your next day's performance includes operating machinery. ...Read more
What are the adverse effects of methylcobalamine injection 500 mcg on alternate days for upto 7 injections, can the first dose cause anaphylaxis?
Need 2nd dose: Usually, anaphylaxis (& allergic reactions) requires a SECOND exposure to the foreign substance. The first exposure, which could be decades ago, "primes" the immune system. The second & subsequent exposures cause anaphylaxis. However, methycobalamine (Vitamin B12) is a natural & necessary vitamin, so if u react, it wd b from a preservatives or excipient in the injection. There r few other side eff ...Read more
I was diagnosed with hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism 8 years ago. I discontinued the meds because of adverse effects. what's the best med for it?
I have a really bad chest cold. I normally take 10mg of singular a day. Would it help or cause adverse effects if I took 20mg a day until it subsides?
It depends: There are many types of corneal implants such as intacs, corneal transplants and other more experimental devices; most not available in the usa. Please specify type of device in a follow-up question. Have a good day! ...Read more
Cleansers: I am assuming you are speaking about colonic types of treatments whether in an enema or oral cleanse formulation. There can be a number of negative effects on the GI system. The main acute issue with rapid transit loss of electrolytes and changes in ph balance of blood. The most negative effect resulting from this is often neurologic, sometimes irreversible. Use caution. ...Read more
Effects of MDMA: Absolutely, untoward effects can happen after any use. ...Read more
Not really: It is more of an esthetic issue. ...Read more
Does the long term use (8years<) of anticonceptives (orthocyclen) can cause adverse effects on my health?
Probably not: But from the look of your conditions and meds you may have a complex pain syndrome or an early fibromyalgia syndrome. Find my wellness suggestions and get started. Magnesium glycinate, stretching, foam roller, swimming, yoga, massage, trigger point release with your hands or a t-cane. Talk to your doc about the stimulant and the tranquiler conflicting against the other. I like acupuncture! ...Read more
All have risk.: During pregnancy your blood level of seizure medication causes a blood level in the baby. All aeds have risk for malformation and development problems. Just having epilepsy also increases risks. However, having seizures while pregnant is even worse. Take your usual med, take folate, (folic acid) and get frequent checkups. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None: None except another possible route of infection. ...Read more
Ill effects of GABA: Neurontin (gabapentin) modulates excitatory neurotransmitter release and the side effects can be burdensome. These include the more common dizziness, somnolence, fatigue, swelling of the legs, nausea/vomiting, hostility tremor, blurred vision, headache and constipation to name but a few. If you experience any of these and they persist then you should contact your doctor to discuss further. Good luck. ...Read more
Some side effects: Known side effects of this glaucoma medication are burning, stinging, redness, elongation of the eye lashes, reversible darkening of the skin around the eye and irreversible darkening of the iris. In some rare occasions, it can exacerbate certain types of inflammation in the eye. In general, this is a very safe and well tolerated medication. ...Read more
Peripheral: Effect on peripheral sympathetic nervous system. Refer to br j pharmacol. 1973 march; 47(3): 437–451. ...Read more
'limus' drugs: These drugs are used for the same effects. Whether one is really more effective than the other is unclear. The sirolimus drug has been around longer than everolimus but in general the outcomes with the two drugs are similar. ...Read more
Age, strain,genetics: Marijuana is hazardous for young people- regular users will have lower iq til about age 17. Some people become very anxious from it- this is related to your genetics/constitution but can also be influenced by the strain as diff. Strains have varying ratios of thc, cbd etc, thus some are more calming ; agitating. Like all medicines, what helps some can harm others ; it is not for everybody! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers