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Famciclovir
...  If, in any case, symptoms manifest that put a patient in great distress, medical attention would be needed. These severe symptoms cover burning sensations, tingling, and numbness of the Limbs. Famciclovir is available in 125 mg, 250 mg, and 500 mg tablets Chemical IUPAC name is [2-(acetyloxymethyl)-4-(2-aminopurin-9-yl)-butyl] acetate It has a molecular formula of C14H19N5O4  ...

Abboxide
...  increased or decreased sexual drive, stomach upset, sore throat, difficulty in urinating, difficulty in walking, talking, and urinating, yellowish eyes and skin, and mood swings. Since a lack of Limb coordination and blurriness of vision are side effects of the medication, doctors advise the patient not to engage in physical activities that require alertness or much physical exertion. This  ...

Abiplatin
...  enough to cause the discontinuation of the drug. Damage to the nerves called peripheral neuropathy may also occur. This can affect sensation, gland and organ function, and some movement in the Limbs. When this occurs, patients may feel numbness in their hands and feet, as well as a loss of motor function. This side effect usually disappears a few months after the conclusion of the  ...

Acamprosatum
...  with taking Acamprosatum. At the experience of any of the following, a patient must immediately inform the doctor. These symptoms are diarrhea, itching, rash, loss of appetite, weakness of Limbs, nausea, and other forms of stomach or upset and flatulence. Although these symptoms are seemingly tolerable and not serious medical conditions, it is still best to notify the doctor in order  ...

Hypertension
...  when the condition of patient’s blood vessels is rather poor. First of all, people experiencing pulmonary hypertension become short of breath doing simple everyday activities – walking, cLimbing a few stairs etc. Fatigue, dizziness and fainting are also usual pulmonary hypertension symptoms. Swollen legs, ankles and abdomen, chest pain, irregular heart beat, bluish lips and skin  ...

Angioedema
...  angioedema can occur within the digestive tract as well as in other internal organs. With hereditary angioedema, severe pain normally accompanies the swelling and the swelling may even occur in the Limbs and genitals of the patient. Dependent completely on what triggers it, hereditary angioedema can attack from once a week to once a year. It is very difficult to predict the severity and  ...

Fracture
...  bone. Compacted fracture - This kind of fracture is characterized with bones that split apart from each other. Signs Seen During Fracture A person having fracture could be seen having a joint or a Limb that is out of shape, or out-of-place. Bleeding, bruising or swelling, tingling and numbness is present on the affected area, and there is pain even when the slightest pressure is applied. This  ...

Osteomalacia
...  and bone tenderness. Also, the muscles around the bones which are affected with osteomalacia shows signs of weakness, making it difficult for the patients to execute daily normal activities such as cLimbing stairs and standing up. In general, the patient will be weak and will be sensitive. When the disease remains undiagnosed, symptoms will progress to extreme discomfort. Patients will feel a  ...

Diabetes
...  While we all know at least a little about diabetes, the serious nature of the condition is often not fully understood. Diabetes that is not effectively managed can lead to high blood pressure, Limb amputation, impotency in men, kidney disease, stroke, complications in pregnancy and premature death. As well, eye disease caused by uncontrolled diabetes is the commonest cause of preventable  ...

Bones
...  They are made of 5 different types. The five types in the body are irregular, sesamoid, short, flat and long. Long ones are especially important for movement. They are present in all parts of the Limbs of human body except for wrist, knee and ankle. Even toes and fingers have long ones. Short ones are shaped roughly like a cube. The interior of which is spongy. Ankle and wrist contain short  ...


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