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What Are The Risks Of Taking Somnapure
What are the risks of taking my friends dexaphetamine, he offered me 25mg, can this cause any perm damage? Thanks
Medication: You should never take another person's prescription medication. It is especially dangerous to take a controlled substance like dexamphetamine. You can have an allergic reaction, a harmful drug interaction with any medication you may already be taking or a potentially devastating side effect from the medication. ...Read more
Multiple risks: Risks range from addiction to side effects including chills, cold sweats, confusion, difficulty with breathing, dizziness, fever, tightness in chest, and twitching. This is only a list of common side effects. A more comprehensive list of risks can be found online at:http://www.drugs.com/sfx/oxycodone-side-effects.html Close monitoring with the prescribing doctor is needed with this medication. ...Read more
The risks : Of too much applies to everything. Ginkgo is extracted by processing so stick to the dose on the label. ...Read more
Norethisterone: I presume you are taking the norethisterone as a progestin only birth control pill. The usual side effects are edema, weakness, anorexia, and irregular uterine bleeding. Other less common side effects are blood clots or thrombosis, depression, headache, breast tenderness, nausea, etc. The dosage of progestin only pills are generally smaller than the regular pills. ...Read more
Adipex: Potential side effects include: palpitations, rapid heart rate, ^ blood pressure, ischemic event, anxiety, insomnia, headache, tremor,dizziness, dry mouth, diarrhea or constipation & sexual dysfunction. When a medication containing phentermine in combination with fenfluramine/ dexenfluramine was on the market – pulmonary hypertension & heart valve damage occurred. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A few risks to note: can cause sugars to go up, flushing, high enough doses can affect the liver(especially when added to a statin), limited data on benefit. In other words the total cholesterol and the LDLs should be the focus of treatment. No mortality reductions with niaspan or the fibrate group of drugs. ...Read more
Clearly: Your question is worrisome and inappropriate on this medical forum. You need to have your current treatment re-evaluated in person by a psychiatrist. Please be safe: get help by going to the psychiatric emergency consultation at the nearby hospital asap. Call 911 if needed. ...Read more
Mainly Bleeding: Anticoagulants, also know as blood thinners, can cause bleeding. A cut can bleed more than usual, a bruise can lead to swelling (hematoma) as blood collects under the skin, gums or the nose can bleed, etc. Rarely, you may have an allergic reaction and a very rare problem with coumadin is "skin necrosis" where the med actually triggers excess clotting and injury to skin and other tissue. ...Read more
What are the risks of taking lifelong antibiotics for and what can you do to stay healthy while taking them?
This is ill advised: Antibiotics are like double edged swords. They can help you for one or two weeks...After that they create a lot more trouble than their benefit.They have serious side effects(like a form of pseudo-membranous colitis)and the bacteria develop resistence to antibiotics within 2 to 3 weeks.Of use..So when you need them for a future infection...You wil be out of luck due to antibiotic resistence. ...Read more
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