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No benefit: Will not hurt but little benefit in sexual arena. ...Read more
It can be : This combination medication ideally should be taking after the same meal consistently, whether it be morning, noon or night. ...Read more
See Pharmacist : Have your local Pharmacist check the pills as they would have the current information about the pills ...Read more
Well : It's OK if that's how it's prescribed to you. Check with the Doctor Who prescribed ...Read more
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My wife skipped 1duoluton dose previous night but took the tab next morning. Is it ok or some problem plzz suggest?
It is ok: It is ok and there should be no problem ...Read more
I was prescribed 5mg tabs but my bottle doesn't show how many I can take...43yrs/176 lbs/ female how many is safe for me to take?
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What do you suggest if my wife had herbes zoaster last august 2012. She was treated with asyclovir tabs and injections and later on?
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I ve been taking Canditral 2 tabs twice a day for 3 days and after 6 tabs once a day. Can you tell me how long it will stay in my system please?
5-10 days: It takes about 5-10 days after stopping the medication for itraconazole or "Canditral" to be cleared from your system ...Read more
I'm on smz-tmp ds tabs prescribed 2 daily for 10 days, reduced to 1 daily per input from my primary. Can I increase the 10 days b/c of the reduction?
Ask prescriber : Depends on the infection or prevention thereof ...Read more
Maybe...: The antibiotic should still be effective, but it probably will be a lot more difficult to take than simply swallowing the pills. It would be bitter and bad tasting. If you have trouble taking pills, contact your doctor's office or the pharmacy about getting the liquid form usually prescribed for children. It will be much easier to swallow and assure proper dosing. ...Read more
Mondeslor is used to treat allergies. It is an active metabolite of Loratadine (Claritin).
Like many other meds there are many potential side effects.
Most common side effects are headache, sleepiness, nervousness, wheezing, fatigue. This is among other less common side effects. This medication overall is well-tolerated.
It should be used in caution in elderly ...Read more
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Yes,but: Femilon is a combination estrogen/progesterone BCP that can be helpful in regulating your periods. With Femilon the last 7 pills of the 28 pill pack don't contain medication. Extended cycle or continuous pills may be more effective in reducing break thru bleeding. There are now 24-4 pills with only 4 days off medication and there are continuous pills with no placebos or only off every 90 days. ...Read more
Check Vit K: If the prenatal vit contains vit k you should notify your doctor first. ...Read more
Click on the your patients tab on the left then you should have an option to delete: Click on the your patients tab on the left then you should have an option to delete ...Read more
Clomid (clomiphene) side effects: Clomid's side effects aren't so bad, as far as fertility drugs are concerned. The most common side effects are hot flashes, breast tenderness, mood swings, and nausea. You have a 10% chance of having twins when taking clomid, (clomiphene) but triplets or more are. ...Read more
Don't do at home : Do you mean skin tags? They look like little raised bumps of skin attached usually by a thin stalk (1-3 mm) that occur around the neck, armpits, under breasts or chest, inner thighs. Do not try to remove at home--they may bleed profusely or get infected. Have them removed by a health professional. They can be snipped off and cauterized, frozen with liquid nitrogen. ...Read more
Ativan (lorazepam): Buying a controlled substance is not good idea. ...Read more