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Drug Side Effects

11/22/2014
05:06 | Author: Emily Peterson

Medication side effects
Drug Side Effects

Please note - many side effects of medications may not be reported. Always consult your doctor or healthcare specialist for medical advice. You may also report.

J J-Cof DHC → Juxtapid.

N N Ice → NegGram NeilMed Sinus Rinse Hypertonic Packets → Niferex Niferex Elixir → NovoLog Mix 50 / 50 NovoLog Mix 70 / 30 → Nytol QuickCaps.

R R & C → Renatabs Renatabs with Iron → risedronate Risperdal → Ryzolt.

A A + D Cracked Skin Relief → Aciphex Sprinkle acitretin → Agoral Agriflu → Allanhist PDX Drops Allanhist PDX Syrup → Ambifed Ambifed CD → Anexsia Anextuss → ARM Allergy Relief armodafinil → Avar-E Emollient Avar-E Green → Azurette.

F FA-8 → Finevin fingolimod → Fluzone Preservative-Free Fluzone Preservative-Free → Fycompa.

I I-Fol Plus → interferon alfa-2a interferon alfa-2b → Izba.

P P & S → Pardryl Paregoric → Peridex Peridin-C → Pilagan with C Cap Pilocar → potassium acetate / potassium bicarbonate / potassium citrate potassium aminobenzoate → Primacare PrimaCare Advantage → Protenate Protexel → Pyrroxate.

Y Y-90 Zevalin → Yutopar.

X X-Hist → Xyzal.

H H 9600 SR → Histatab Plus Histatan → Hydrophil Ointment Hydrophor → Hyzine.

S s-adenosylmethionine → selenium sulfide topical Selenium TR → Sinutab Sinus Maximum Strength Sinutuss DM → Stagesic Stahist → Sulfatol C Sulfatol Cleanser → Sytobex.

D D 1000 IU → Dehistine dehydroepiandrosterone → desipramine desirudin → Dianeal PD-1 with 3.5% Dextrose Dianeal PD-1 with 4.25% Dextrose → Disney Winnie the Pooh Complete Disney Winnie the Pooh Gummies → Dristan Cold Non-Drowsy Dristan DM → Dynatuss EX Dynatuss HC → Dytuss.

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Prescription Drug Information, Interactions Side Effects

9/21/2014
03:48 | Author: Alex Watson

Medication side effects
Prescription Drug Information, Interactions Side Effects

Prescription drug information and news for professionals and consumers. Search our drug database for comprehensive prescription and patient information on.

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Common Drug Side Effects Types of Side Effects and FDA - WebMD

7/20/2014
01:22 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

Medication side effects
Common Drug Side Effects Types of Side Effects and FDA - WebMD

WebMD explains the different types of side effects of prescription and over-the-counter medications, and the role of the FDA in approving and regulating them.

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Some drugs can’t help but trigger side effects because of their chemical structure. One example is the common allergy drug diphenhydramine (also known by the brand name Benadryl). Though it eases allergy symptoms, it also suppresses the activity of the body chemical acetylcholine, and that leads to drowsiness and a host of other side effects, including dry mouth.

It's nothing to sneeze at.

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Side Effects - Food and Drug Administration

5/19/2014
01:16 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

Medication side effects
Side Effects - Food and Drug Administration

To learn about side effects or safety concerns for your drug, read either the drug label or the drug's package insert. You may also want to speak.

To learn about side effects or safety concerns for your drug, read either the drug label or the drug's package insert. You may also want to speak with your pharmacist or healthcare provider.

All medicines have benefits and risks. The risks of medicines are the chances that something unwanted or unexpected could happen to you when you use them. Risks could be less serious things, such as an upset stomach, or more serious things, such as liver damage. FDA approves a drug for marketing after determining that the drug's benefits outweigh its risks.

How do I report a suspected drug side effect?

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Use MedWatch, the FDA Safety Information and Adverse Event Reporting Program, to report a suspected drug side effect.

How can I find out about side effects or safety concerns for my drug?

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Another way to learn about your drug’s side effects or safety concerns is to use the Index to Drug-Specific Information.

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RxList - The Internet Drug Index for prescription drugs, medications

3/18/2014
03:30 | Author: Alex Watson

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RxList - The Internet Drug Index for prescription drugs, medications

Medications, prescription drug information, pill identifier and pharmacy locator (24 hr The most popular drugs and their side effects, interactions, and use.

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