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Ambien

...  compounds, Generic Ambien should be used with great care. There are a number of side effects of the drug. Some of the most commonly quoted ones include lowering of blood pressure, dizziness, dIgEstive system disorders like diarrhoea and an over sleepy state of mind in case of prolonged use of Generic Ambien. Among other bad effects of Ambien are the dryness of mouth, headaches,  ...

Biaxin

...  by a Japanese drug company known as Taisho Pharmaceutical. It had come about in the effort to develop a variant of the antibiotic erythromycin which would not lead to acid instability in the dIgEstive tract, causing side effects such as nausea and stomach aches. The company that invented it had filed for patent protection in 1980 and had only gone generic in Europe in 2004 and America in  ...

Motrin

...  and several other symptoms of inflammation. Generic Motrin has an advantage over other anti-inflammatory drugs or painkillers in that it has the lowest incidence of adverse side effects related to dIgEstive problems and disorders. This is why some people prefer to use Motrin generic over other forms of medication like aspirin. It is important to note, however, that too much intake of generic  ...

Sporanox

...  that you are treating. Some side effects of generic Sporanox may include, but are not limited to, anxiety, bursitis, diarrhea, fatigue, fever, gas, headache, high blood pressure, muscle pain, and indIgEstion, swelling due to water retention, vomiting, or even urinary tract infection. Do not buy Sporanox online, or take them at all even, if you are sensitive to strong medication or if you have  ...

Abacavir

...  Gamimune, Gamimune N10%, Gammagard, Gammagard S/D, Gammaplex, Gammar-P I.V., Hivid, Intelence, Invirase, Isentress, Iveegam En, Kaletra, Lexiva, Norvir, Octagam, Panglobulin NF, Polygam S/D, PrivIgEn, Rescriptor, Retrovir, Reyataz, Sandoglobulin, Selzentry, Sustiva, Trizivir,Truvada, Videx, Videx EC, Viracept, Viramun, Zerit,  ...

Baclofen

...  diplegia (a certain type of cerebral palsy), multiple sclerosis (a chronic disease that inflames the nervous system), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease), and trIgEminal neuralgia ( a condition that directly affects the nerves of the facial muscles). A derivative of the neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), baclofen is an agonist that binds to the  ...

Famotidine

...  ingesting it through its OTC versions must not last beyond two weeks, unless you have a doctor’s prescription that can validate and justify it. If the unpleasant symptoms of heartburn, acid indIgEstion and sour stomach still continue to bother you, then you need to pay your doctor a visit. Famotidine must not be taken by people who are allergic to nizatidine, cimetidine or ranitidine. If  ...

Humira

...  mg in tablets and 0.8 ml syringes. Patients could choose to take it orally or intravenously for quick effect and for the medicine to be absorbed without having to be destroyed when it gets to the dIgEstive system. Doctors will assess the right dose and schedule for each patients through the assessment of their medical, drug and allergy history. Some patients might be given a 40 mg tablet every  ...

Ontak

...  by intravenous infusion over 30 to 60 minutes for 5 consecutive days and every 21days for 8 cycles. Prepation of Ontak The vials of Ontak are kept frozen and will be thawed first within the refrIgErator at 2 to 8C (36 to 46F) although not larger than 24 hours. It may also be thawed at room temperature for 1 to 3 hours before preparing the dose. - Mix the solution gentle without  ...

Aarane

...  Those with allergic madras eye or allergic conjunctivitis are prescribed to use Crolom, Opticrom, or Optrex. Aarane is also effective in treating symptoms of various food allergies. Those who have dIgEstive diseases such as colitis ulcerosa, a form of inflammatory bowel disease, and mastocytosis can be prescribed to use Gastrocrom. Allergic symptoms such as chronic migraines are also treatable.  ...