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Adipex

...  adipex generic is the fact that it will work for the first few weeks in which you use it, but later on it abruptly stops. There were cases wherein people claim that it even does the opposite by promoting sudden weight gain. Other complaints from former users also include allergic reactions to the drug. Mild exertion, chest pain, shortness of breath, swelling, blurred vision, severe headaches,  ...

Cabaser

...  of hormone problems related to ovarian illnesses, treating some tumor causes and interrupting prolactin production’s functional output. Cabaser is deemed more effective than its counterpart, Bromocriptine, because it directly touches on the dopamine receptors of the hypothalamus. That impedes the sending of signals to the pituitary gland, which releases prolactin. So, excessive prolactin  ...

Ecofenac

...  has been proven to increase heart diseases, along with myocardial infarction. The people who develop this side effect number in the rare, though. Hepatic (liver) - Long-time use of this drug may promote the development of liver damage, rare hepatitis and symptomatic liver diseases (especially to people who have osteoarthritis). But, typically, the damage is not really that fatal, and can still  ...

Famotidine

...  approval. Taking OTC drugs along with other medications for heartburn is also not recommended. Furthermore, phenylketonuria does not mix well with taking Famotidine as the combination may promote mental retardation. Lastly, expecting women, pregnant women, and women who are breastfeeding must ask for their doctor’s nod of approval before taking the drug. Minor side effects include  ...

Melatonin

...  upset stomach and mood changes. It also increases the likelihood to sleepwalk, experience nightmares or vivid dreams. For men, it may also be linked to less sperm count. Since the supplement may promote sleeping, patients should avoid activities which may need a great deal of concentration (e.g. operating machinery, driving). Other Details Melatonin’s molecular formula is C13H16N2O2,  ...

Ortho Evra

...  cannot take Ortho Evra. The American Food and Drug Administration classifies the drug as a pregnancy risk category X. The drug can be absorbed into the breast milk of the woman. Also, it may promote slow production of breast milk. Thus, a nursing baby’s health would be affected. Side Effects The side effects that may come from taking this drug range from mild to severe. Allergic  ...

Oseltamivir

...  by pregnant women, too. The components of the drug may harm the fetus and even a nursing baby may be affected since the drug can be absorbed through breastfeeding. Side Effects Oseltamivir may promote the development of some symptoms, but that does not necessarily mean that the patient is in danger. The following are considered normal by medical professionals and thus must not raise warning  ...

Paracetamol

...  is not classified as a Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug (or NSAID) for the anti-inflammatory capacities of the medication is not major. Paracetamol is more recommended because it does not promote negative effects (stomach bleeding, as an example) like the other NSAIDs such as aspirin or ibuprofen. It may not do a lot for reducing inflammation in the same way that other NSAIDs do, but it  ...

Aarane

...  it is used to manage several conditions like allergic rhinitis, allergic conjunctivitis, and allergy-induced asthma attacks. Aarane Brand Names The more well-known names for Aarane are sodium cromoglycate and cromolyn sodium, which are commonly used to treat allergic rhinitis. This is available in the form of a nasal spray under brand names like Rynacrom and Nasalcrom. Asthma patients, who  ...

Accu Tap

...  Nebs, Neagyl, Naprinol, Napap, Napafen, Napa, Multin, Momentum, Margesic, Lyteca, Lortab, Lorcet-HD, Lorcet, Lonarid, Liquiprin, Liquagesic, Lestemp, Korum, Janupap, Hydrogesic, Hydrocet, Hy-phen, Homolan, Hedex, Genebs, Genapap, Gelotacil, Fioricet, Fiminal, Fevor, Feverall, Fendon, Femcet, Febrolin, Febrinol, Febrilix, Febridol, Exdol, Excedrin, Eu-Med, Esgic-Plus, Esgic, Eneril, Enelfa,  ...