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Viagra
...  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. Please, never take  ...

Cialis
...  assessed to see if it will suit him. There are many 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  ...

Prevacid
...  is a proton pump inhibitor which is usually prescribed to decrease the amount of acid that is secreted by the stomach. The generic name of Prevacid is Lansoprazole and it is also useful in treating stomach ulcers that has been caused by long term use of certain drugs for pain and inflammation. It is also prescribed to treat other conditions than the ones mentioned above and can be used in  ...

Ecofenac
...  This drug has been proven to have contraindications with these disorders: Hypersensitivity or an allergic reaction to NSAIDs or Ecofenac Pregnant, especially during the third term Has an existing stomach ulcer, or intestinal bleeding Has recently undergone heart surgery, or has a weak heart, weak liver or weak kidneys Particular caution has to be made when administering Ecofenac to patients  ...

Fosamax
...  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 patient but with close monitoring.  ...


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