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Viagra
...  heart disorders (heart attack, angina, heart rhythm problems, heart failure), blood and blood pressure troubles (stroke, blood clots, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, bleeding), major LIVER or kidney disease, stomach ulcer, physical injury of the penis in the previous 6 months. Probably you will need medical monitoring for a certain period of time while undergoing therapy with  ...

Cialis
...  which a patient can not use this drug. If a patient is suffering from retinis pigmentosa, physical deformity of the penis, stomach ulcer, bleeding disorders, blood cell disorders, kidney disease, LIVER disease, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, angina, congestive heart failure, heart rhythm problems, stroke, heart disease, had heart attack in previous 90 days or simply any health  ...

Diflucan
...  days. Diflucan will not treat a viral infection such as the common cold or flu! Please, consult your doctor before taking your anti-fungal antibiotic! It is dangerous to take Diflucan if you have LIVER disease, kidney disease, a heart rhythm disorder or a history of Long QT syndrome! Do not fail to inform your M.D. if you take any medicine on a regular basis! Never use Deflican if you are  ...

Ativan
...  disinhibition, depersonalization, depression, and hypotension. Some of the other side effects that are less common are nausea, appetite changes, confusion, blurred vision, nightmares and euphoria. LIVER toxicity is always a possibility with Lorazepam. Some paradoxical reactions are possible such as aggression, impulsivity, suicidal behavior, violence and irritability. Anterogade amnesia is  ...

Phentermine
...  need to get worried about loosing your package, as online sites have an encryption to maintain security which means your order is shipped inconspicuously. Even the postman who comes frequently to deLIVER your parcels is not aware of the content of the package. It is just like to amphetamine controlling nervous system. It also elevates blood pressure and increases your heart rates so that you  ...

Lipitor
...  early heart disease. It can keep away the heart problems for even patients with diabetes or kidney problems. The basic function of lipitor as mentioned above is to block or reduce an enzyme in the LIVER and when less cholesterol is made, the LIVER automatically uses the cholesterol in the blood. In this way the bad cholesterol decreases. Lipitor generic as expected may start working within  ...

Crestor
...  food without being broken or crushed. It is much advised to take the tablet of the strength prescribed by the doctor in the evening. Its natural work is to reduce the cholesterol produced by the LIVER. If explained with simplicity, generic crestor blocks the enzyme in the LIVER which results the production of cholesterol. In case of lack of availability of cholesterol our body uses the  ...

Lasix
...  of the LIVER can lead to LIVER deterioration and malfunctioning that arises as a result of chronic injury. The scar tissues block the flow of blood through the LIVER. This condition of scarring will lead to many complications like loosing the ability to control infection, failure to remove bacteria and toxin from the LIVER, failure to process nutrients and maintenance of hormonal  ...

Plavix
...  indomethacin, nabumetone, oxaprozin, and other anti-steroidal, anti-inflammatory medications. Do not take this if you have the following: bleeding or blood disorder, stomach or intestinal ulcer, LIVER disease, or if you are scheduled to have surgery. While it is unlikely that Plavix will harm an unborn baby, first have a check up with your doctor to make sure that you baby is healthy enough  ...

Zocor
...  also known as HDL. LDL cholesterol is the one which does more harm than good and thus is the major cause of Coronary artery disease. Simvastatin or Zocor, works by inhibiting an enzyme in our LIVER that is needed for LDL cholesterol production. At the same time, the drug also works by boosting the levels of HDL in our blood which is the good cholesterol. By taking down the levels of LDL  ...


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