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Viagra
...  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 Viagra.  ...

Cialis
...  diseases under 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  ...

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 allergic to it or  ...

Diovan
...  Studies show that Diovan generic, when combined with diuretic hydrochlorothiazide or HCT, can improve artery elasticity in patients who have a history of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and kidney disease. It also shows that taking Diovan is more effective compared to those taking amlodipine, another widely-used medication for the treatment of high blood pressure. The use of Diovan  ...

Lexapro
...  Lexapro, first stop taking your MOA inhibitors and wait two weeks before making the switch. Before taking Lexapro generic, let your doctor know if you have certain diseases, such as liver disease, kidney disease, epilepsy, manic depression (which is different from major depressive disorder), and a history of drug abuse. This is because the dosage that you will be taking will have to be  ...

Motrin
...  medications that may possibly lead to allergic reactions or serious conditions. People with a history of heart attack, stomach disorders such as ulcer, cardiovascular disorders, asthma, liver, or kidney disease are advised not to take generic Motrin unless otherwise recommended by a physician. Pregnant women are not allowed to take generic Motrin or any anti-inflammatory drugs for that  ...

Indocin
...  medications are also prohibited from taking Indocin. Since Indocin could prolong bleeding time, it could counteract the effects of their blood-thinning medications. Those who have liver or kidney disease should also be very careful when taking this drug because it could cause the liver to inflame in some cases. Before taking Indocin, patients are also advised to undergo a medical  ...

Celexa
...  One should consult with their doctor and have a thorough evaluation of their medical history before even considering to buy Celexa online. Those who have had experiences with seizures, liver and kidney disease, epilepsy, bipolar disorder, drug abuse, or suicidal tendencies should not buy generic Celexa online. It is also recorded that some patients may begin to have suicidal thoughts if they  ...

Baclofen
...  is taking muscle relaxants, sleeping pills or tranquilizers. Medical history must also be disclosed to the doctor - blood clots, stroke incidences, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, ulcers, kidney diseases, cerebral palsy, diabetes and psychiatric conditions. This is important because the presence of other drugs taken and conditions experienced may call for a vital adjustment in a  ...

Fosamax
...  patient. This is also helpful for the doctors to determine the rightful dose and schedule for the patient in need of treatment. Those patients with current condition or history of low blood calcium, kidney disease, esophagus or stomach ulcer and kidney disease will not be prescribed Fosamax. Should the doctor become unable to find alternative treatment, Fosamax will be administered to the  ...


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