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Viagra
...  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 generic  ...

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  ...

Plavix
...  indomethacin, nabumetone, oxaprozin, and other anti-steroidal, anti-inflammatory medications. Do not take this if you have the following: bleeding or blood disorder, stomach or intestinal ulcer, liver disease, or if you are scheduled to have surgery. While it is unlikely that Plavix will harm an unborn baby, first have a check up with your doctor to make sure that you baby is healthy  ...

Prevacid
...  you have been diagnosed with erosive esophagitis, ulcers, Zollinger Ellison syndrome, or gastro esophageal reflux and you do not have enough financial resources for your medication, you can buy generic Prevacid online. This drug 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  ...

Celebrex
...  make sure that you have supplied all the necessary information about your medical records to your trusted physician or doctor and immediately tell them if you have a history of stomach bleeding or ulcer, a blood clotting disorder, a history of stroke and heart attack, a kidney or liver disease, epilepsy, asthma, and nose polyps. Once you have assured your doctor regarding your safety in taking  ...

Prilosec
...  is the generic name of Prilosec. It is essentially a drug used to treat people with gastroesophagul reflux disease, dyspepsia, ulcer, laryngopharyngeal reflux, as well as other conditions related to excess acid in the stomach. Prilosec is a proton pump inhibitor that decreases the amount of acid in the stomach. It heals erosive esophagitis, which is essentially the damage done to the  ...

Motrin
...  would entail having to stop the intake of other 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  ...

Florinef
...  muscle weakness, deterioration of muscles, osteoporosis, fractures of the longer bones, compression fractures in the vertebrae, and even some spontaneous fractures. One may also experience peptic ulcers, slower healing of wounds and injuries, excessive hair growth, skin darkening, excessive sweating, and hives, to mention a few. Those who have cataracts or glaucoma must be cautious before  ...

Baclofen
...  or she 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  ...

Dacarbazine
...  may crop up. Hair loss and appetite loss may develop, as well, with Dacarbazine use. Aside from all the effects mentioned above, diarrhea, pain on the area where the needle has pierced the skin, ulcers, flu-like symptoms and sunlight sensitivity may also take place. If the aforementioned effects worsen or persist, in any way, a trip to the doctor is called for. Patients who are taking  ...


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