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What Happens If You Dont Take Anti Rejection Drugs
Depends: If you miss just one dose of anti-rejection meds, the risk of that precipitating a rejection is likely low. However, it is the repeated non-compliance with meds that often leads to poor patient and graft outcome. I encourage patients to have extra meds with them if they are going out (in case they cannot get back in time). Your immune system has a very good long-term memory. ...Read more
Side effects: The decision to discontinue an antidepressant should be made in consultation with your physician taking into account how your life is going and especially what new skills you may have learned during a difficult time in an unfair world. You may never have needed them or they may have helped some. Today's ssrsi's will slow a man down sexually but serious side effects are uncommon. ...Read more
Complications!: Non-compliance with thyroid medications in pregnancy can have detrimental effects such as miscarriage, preterm birth, preeclampsia, poor fetal growth, arrhythmias, neurodevelopmental delay, goiter, polyhydramnios, malpresentation, cesarean section, stillbirth and cerebral palsy. Seek endocrinology and maternal-fetal medicine care and optimize your thyroid function before getting pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anti-anxiety meds: If you're not anxious and you take anti-anxiety medications, you may be prone to more drowsiness, sedation, and other side effects from them. Also if you take medications that have not been prescribed for you, it could be dangerous. If these are controlled substances you have acquired from someone else's prescription or bought on the street, it's also illegal. ...Read more
If one, nothing: If you take one antifungal tablet, and you truly did not need it, nothing will happen. Of course, if you exceed the recommend dosage, that could be harmful. ...Read more
ETOH&antidepressants: Mixing these is very dangerous. With antidepressant meds, your brain will experience twice the effect for every drink... Drink 1 glass > brain experiences 2 glasses, drink 2shots > brain experiences 4 shots...Etc safety always risked with this combination. As well, alcohol is a pro-depressive agent; it makes the brain depressed. It interferes with the benefit you seek by taking the medication! ...Read more
That depends on the: medication. You may suffer the side effects of the medication or in some cases you may have an unwanted effect because of the direct action of the medication. ...Read more
Shorter life: Untreated rheumatoid arthritis shortens lives. The effect on the lifespan depends on the severity of the disease and the amount of inflammation. Rheumatoid arthritis commonly causes joint deformities which, if they occur, can only be reversed by surgery. It is best to get prompt diagnosis and treatment. Ra is serious chronic disease like diabetes. ...Read more
Yes : It helps some, owing from its antiplatlet effects, but not a lot. ...Read more
Med Reactions: You may have a side effect to your medication and most pharmacies hand out information about common side effects. These may not be a reason to stop it. Common adverse reactions that would be a reason to stop a medication are fever, rash, joint swelling, generalized aches and pains, difficulty breathing and swelling of the throat. ...Read more
NO: These drugs are one of the prime causes, however, there are some products with stomach protective ingredients, so speaking to you doctor may help you chose the least dangerous route. ...Read more
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