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Silica Gel Side Effects
This product has not been studied in the us, and is not regulated by the fda. Its ingredients include vitamin e, aloe vera, and pomegranate extract.
If the vaginal tract has lost tightness after childbirth, these anatomical changes cannot be corrected without surgery. If the vaginal mucosa has thinned (usually in the absence of estrogen), then estrogen creams can correct that.
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Andro gel-was told if T is low it's safe and people having trouble with side effects are those whose levels are normal and using the drug?
Used only if: You have low T. If it is normal you do not need it. Does lower good cholesterol and raise triglycerides and new studies have shown an increased cardiovascular risk if you take it. ...Read more
I left using oratane gel containing 0.05% isotretinoin after 4-5 days of use. Am I safe from all long term side effects of it?
4-5 days is of no permanent consequence.
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Paradoxical effects: Can occur, that is, restlessness and difficulty falling and staying asleep. I believe the active substance is Diphenhydramine which isn't a long term solution. I recommend that if you have a long term persistent sleep disorder, that you get seen and assessed by a specialist instead of otc medications etc. ...Read more
Allergic reaction: Systane (and most other lubricant eyedrops) are very, very safe - no systemic absorption, they just make a lubricant barrier on the eye. That being said, people can have allergic reactions to nearly anything, so there is always that (albeit small) risk. ...Read more
I google for side effect of Isotretinoin and came to know it may damage some lived tissues. So can I use Sotret Gel to avoid the side effects.
I have just stopped duac and has been prescribed epiduo gel, how do I avoid the side effects of it?
How long does piroxicam gel take to leave your system? And can using it once make you feel ill and can it cause fatal side effects
Not likely: Piroxicam has a long half-life, about 30-60 hours. Side effects are the same as for other nsaids, and can include GI upset or ulcers, high blood pressure, kidney problems, or heart problems. Prolonged or excessive use could lead to severe toxicities or even death. Using it once or occasionally is extremely unlikely to be fatal, unless you have a severe allergy. ...Read more
Need metro gel but afraid of Meds and side effects will this med cause sjs or dizziness or worse side effects Steven Johnson worried me?
Allergic to metro?: You may wish to place a small dab of the gel on a wrist overnight and watch for redness or itching. If you have a reaction, don't use it again. If not, you can be more confident when using it as directed. ...Read more
None: The eye will not be affected by this if used properly. Do not get it into your eyes. ...Read more
Does water based gel (without alcohol) harm hair? Side effects? Is pomade safer?? which is better to use?
Water based: Will easily dissolve and wash off-pomade (oil based) can clog hair follicles and cause scalp conditions. ...Read more
I accidentally chewed on an aleve liquid gel. I quickly washed it down with a glass of water. Will there be any bad side effects to what I did?
No problem: This will not harm youGet a more detailed answer ›
None: No proven medical benefits or reported consistent side effects. ...Read more
Aloe: Aloe is considered safe for both skin, hair and if properly prepared for drinking. Be sure quality and validity of ingredients. ...Read more
My dermatologist gave a CLINDAMYCIN n NICOTINAMIDE gel faceclin. Is it effective n safe??? Does it have any kind of side effects?? I also have rosacea..
Dermatology: Any form of therapy has risks involved, but this should be quite benign unless you develop allergic reactions. Good luck. ...Read more
Is xylocaine (lidocaine) gel effective in avoiding premature ejaculation? If yes, how to apply the same and what can be its side effects?
Can one please show me or tell me which retin-a gel should I use for blackheads? And what are its side effects? Does it dries the skin?
Start with cream: Since the cream is less drying than the gel, unless your face is very oily I would start with that first. You can in the beginning use it every other night and then use it nightly. Everyone has to go through a period of time when their skin is dry. This is normal and cold the period of retinization. It will disappear with time. ...Read more
Hi, I am suffering from androgenetic alopecia (severe). Prescribed medication finasteride1, capixl gel, kerawash shampoo. Will there be any side effects?
What is the best cream or gel for acne. My skin is sensitive, oily and prone to pimples please suggest me best cream which doesn't have side effects?
If typical acne...: Otc benzoyl peroxide is a good treatment for mild acne. It kills p. Acnes, the bacteria involved in the formation of acne. It works well in combination with other treatments, such as antibiotic gels. Any cream may have irritating side effects in some unlucky people, and/or lead to uneven skin tones in darker-skinned people. One can start with every-other-day use and increase if no skin irritation. ...Read more
"cottage cheese" is a SYMPTOM/SIGN not a side effect!
Hope this helps!
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Is there is any side effects by using adapalene and clindamycin phosphate gel along with facemed gel?
Dryness: Dryness would probably be the main thing. ...Read more