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Lipitor
...  effects are diarrhea, stomach aches, tiredness and tendon problems. But these side effects are reported only in those who take overdose of lipitor. These side effects can be stopped if the patient reports them to the doctor and takes the correct dose of lipitor. Any one taking lipitor or generic lipitor may not fear if he or she is taking the correct dose advised by the doctor. The  ...

Clomid
...  a woman may not take it anymore when she is pregnant. There are tests which can be administered to ensure that ovulation has occurred in order to avoid overlapping doses. There have been several reports of abnormalities within a fetus in cases where clomid has been mistakenly administered during the early stages of pregnancy. One must always consult a physician before choosing to buy generic  ...

Synthroid
...  adjusted during the course of the treatment. These reactions can range from fever, excessive sweating, decreased tolerance for heat, insomnia, and irritability, to name a few. There are also reports of children experiencing reduced bone growth during adulthood. There are also some medications that must not be taken, or taken in decreased dosage, when taking generic Synthroid. Synthroid  ...

Avandia
...  should openly discuss their medical, drug and allergy history. Avandia is reported to be a pregnancy risk category C, or a possible harm to fetus which are undergoing development. But there are no reports yet about Avandia harming babies being breastfed. To ensure safety among pregnant and nursing women, Avandia will not be administered to them. Additional medications should also be openly  ...

Boniva
...  It is best to take Boniva with a full glass of water and refraining from reclining for at least an hour after taking Boniva. This will aid the body in better absorption of the medicine. There are no reports concerning the use of Boniva together with other medications or supplements. Patients who are under medication with other drugs are advised to continue but with observance to the proper order  ...


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