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Celexa
...  other medications, Celexa comes with side effects which may have differing effects depending on the patient. Allergic reactions to celexa range from, but are not limited to, facial swelling, throat hives and difficulty breathing. Serious side effects which will need immediate medical attention are panic attacks, insomnia, episodes of mania, difficulty with coordination and balance, and  ...

Allegra
...  Expect some allergy symptoms to return once you have stopped taking it. What are its effects? According to different laboratory studies, generic Allegra is an effective drug for curing chronic hives and seasonal allergies. Participants in these studies reported instant relief from runny nose, sneezing and itchy nose and throat between one to three hours of taking this drug. Does it cause  ...

Nasonex
...  Nasonex. Nasonex Side Effects Nasonex has side effects that range from the mild to the severe. Allergic reactions that are made evident in swelling faces, mouths, throats, lips, tongues, as well as hives and shortness of breath are one of the severe side effects from the medication. Other severe effects from taking the drug include nasal burning and uncontrollable bloody noses. In the case of  ...

Neurontin
...  attention as fast as they can. An allergic reaction is considered to be the gravest possible side effect from Neurontin. It would involve swelling of the face, the tongue, the lips and the mouth, hives and shortness of breath. Other severe effects from the medication cover vomiting, irregular eye movements, double vision, blurry vision, drowsiness, nausea, dizziness, tremors and poor  ...

Ortho Evra
...  to severe. Allergic reactions are usually one of the most common effects. They include swelling of the mouth, tongue, the lips, or the throat. Swelling of the face is also possible, together with hives and shortness of breath. The following symptoms are considered not very serious. However, they still warrant reporting to your doctor: mild nausea, breast pain, bloating, vomiting, tenderness,  ...

Acarbose
...  tendency to improve over time. For those who are not following a prescribed diet and yet continue to take Acarbose, the side effects will be worst. Other rare but serious side effects also include hives or skin rashes, loss of appetite or loss of weight, fatigue, and brownish or dark urine. You should have to let your doctor know if you have hiatal hernia, liver or kidney disease, stomach or  ...

Anaphylaxis
...  sudden drop in blood pressure. The heartbeat may begin to slow or greatly increase. Dizziness or fainting may come as a result of the lack of oxygen or low blood pressure. The skin may break out in hives and begin to itch. A person may experience nausea, diarrhea and may vomit The cause of an anaphylactic reaction is not very clear; one can go to their doctor with symptoms of anaphylaxis and  ...

Angioedema
...  is a skin problem which causes the skin to swell in a similar fashion as hives. The difference between hives and angioedema is that the former occurs on the surface of the skin while the latter can occur without the hives, depending on its underlying cause. Angioedema usually occurs within the tissues beneath the eyes and lips. Its rate of progression is usually different with each  ...


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