Leukotriene antagonist


  1. link Slpnght
    DO NOT USE SEROQUEL FOR INSOMNIA IT WILL RUIN YOU, --------- SEROQUEL WITHDRAWAL =================== This is what I learnt from Seroquel the hard way. - 99% more...
    Slpnght- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Seroquel
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    Seroquel Withdrawal (Insomnia?)
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    Carterb5201- over a year ago - 4 Replies - in Seroquel
  3. link Slpnght
    seroquel is toxic drug for insomnia. it works by stopping the normal functioning of brain which is then slowly damaged by seroquel use. SEROQUEL SHOUL - 92% more...
    Slpnght- over a year ago
  4. link Carolannemorton
    Singulair leukotriene receptor antagonist, cancer cells, cancer effects, idiopathic urticaria, breast cancer
    I was prescribed Singulair after more of 2 years of hell suffering from Severe Idiopathic Urticaria. My Mother suffered from Asthma, but I never exper - 94% more...
    Carolannemorton- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Singulair
  5. link Crmpls
    Singulair steroid inhalers, asthma remedy, style choices, qvar, flovent
    Many of you may be overreacting. I've been taking Singulair for a couple of years now and it does a fantastic job controlling my asthma. I have notice - 81% more...
    Crmpls- over a year ago - 4 Replies - in Singulair
  6. link Averagejane
    They're not overreacting, they're just no you :o) On must take care not to marginalize folks that have truly suffered. We have no way of knowing anoth - 87% more...
    Averagejane- over a year ago
  7. link Hate_geodon
    Geodon constant chest pain, hospital doctor, blood clots, faucet, uncontrollable crying
    Within 5 days of beginning course of Geodon, 40mg daily, doc doubled my dosage to 80mg, began to have problems. Intensely manic, easily frightened, in - 84% more...
    Hate_geodon- over a year ago - 26 Replies - in Geodon
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    From the Geodon page: "Ziprasidone mesylate functions as an antagonist at the dopamine D2 and serotonin 5-HT2A and 5-HT1D receptors, and as an ag - 94% more...
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  9. link Cdifonzo
    Singulair mood swings depression, pediatric pulmonologist, mild asthma, depressions, hesitation
    Our 11 yr. old daughter was prescribed with Singulair. She started taking it today with much hesitation from her parents. She was on this medication y - 76% more...
    Cdifonzo- over a year ago - 3 Replies - in Singulair
  10. link Zsmom
    Your daughter's ENT is UNINFORMED. In June 2009, the FDA recognized Singulair's neuropsychiatric side effects and recommended that: "Patients and - 89% more...
    Zsmom- over a year ago
  11. link June_an
    stop nasacort aq and use singulair instead??
    Now my son 5 yrs is using nasacort aq spray every other day. Can I stop it and use singulair instead for preventing withdrawal symptoms such as stuffe - 14% more...
    June_an- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Singulair
  12. link Zsmom
    On June 12, 2009, the FDA announced that in April 2009, they completed their review of neuropsychiatric events, (mood and behavioral changes) associat - 89% more...
    Zsmom- over a year ago
  13. link Zsmom
    Singulair zyflo cr, symptoms of allergic rhinitis, exercise induced asthma, allergic rhinitis, zyflo
    From the FDA's "Updated Information on Leukotriene Inhibitors: Montelukast (marketed as Singulair), Zafirlukast (marketed as Accolate), and Zileu - 94% more...
    Zsmom- over a year ago - 8 Replies - in Singulair
  14. link Harp00
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    Harp00- over a year ago - 3 Replies - in Levaquin
  15. link Ms76
    Singulair leukotriene receptor antagonists, leukotriene receptor antagonist, intranasal corticosteroids, allergic rhinitis, nasal congestion
    The studies published to date demonstrate that leukotriene receptor antagonists are sometimes more effective than placebo, are no more effective than - 89% more...
    Ms76- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Singulair
  16. link Zsmom
    Singulair adverse event reporting system, zileuton, montelukast, clinical details, zafirlukast
    On January 13, 2009, the FDA released a Follow-up to their March 27, 2008, Communication about the Ongoing Safety Review of Montelukast (Singulair). I - 84% more...
    Zsmom- over a year ago - in Singulair
  17. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair moderate persistent asthma, asthma exacerbations, fernandez carvajal, fev 1, beta 2 agonists
    Researchers have been doing studies for many years regarding trying to determine the role of genetic factors in patients response to Singulair (Montel - 96% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Singulair
  18. link Flindy
    Singulair adverse event reporting system, zileuton, clinical details, montelukast, zafirlukast
    Post-marketing reports of neuropsychiatric events associated with montelukast, zafirlukast and zileuton have been reported to FDA’s Adverse Event Repo - 82% more...
    Flindy- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Singulair
  19. link Jodyehlers
    Singulair claritin, allergies, leukotriene blocker, allergy asthma, singulair
    could anyone tell me if claritin is the same as singulair or what i could give my child that would help with the allergies/stuffy nose she was on sing - 14% more...
    Jodyehlers- over a year ago - 4 Replies - in Singulair
  20. link Sing
    Claritin and Singulair are NOT the same thing! Claritin is an antihistamine with very low side effects (not the one with a decongestant) and is good f - 57% more...
    Sing- over a year ago
  21. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair mast cells, mast cell, dust mites, asthma sufferers, immune cells
    Why does Singulair cause these symptoms? I am going to give my explanation which is only a HYPOTHESIS. This should not be categorized as any thing but - 98% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 20 Replies - in Singulair
  22. link Marsteller6pack
    concernedcitizen: have you seen this re: glutamate/leukotriene/nitric oxide and prostaglandin? http://www.hbhealthonline.com/whatsnew06.html It is ver - 92% more...
    Marsteller6pack- over a year ago
  23. link Carol_in_pittsburgh
    Lisinopril and chronic cough with sinus drainage
    Can Lisinopril cause a cough that is productive with mucus draining from the sinus'? My cough started a week after starting Lisinopril. It is a cough - 72% more...
    Carol_in_pittsburgh- over a year ago - 52 Replies - in Lisinopril
  24. link Jazgray
    I just did some research on substitute medications on Wikipedia and Angiotensin II receptor antagonist are often used to replace ACE inhibitors when p - 70% more...
    Jazgray- over a year ago
  25. link Frightenedmother
    Singulair zyrtec, different companies, medication, chemical composition, organic chem
    SINGULAIR AND ZYRTEC SAME MEDICATION made by different companies. Be careful!
    Frightenedmother- over a year ago - 6 Replies - in Singulair
  26. link Zsmom
    Can you give more info? To my knowledge Zyrtec is an antihistamine and Singulair a leukotriene inhibitor. They target different substances in the body - 47% more...
    Zsmom- over a year ago
  27. link Sing
    What makes you say they are the same medication? Zytec is an antihistamine and Singulair is a leukotriene blocker. They may both negatively affect you - 21% more...
    Sing- over a year ago
  28. link Flindy
    Singulair blood level, med school, antagonist, endo, monies
    Well i just got back from the docs.......no surprise he highly doubted the singulair would have anything to do with an insulin blood level......same o - 69% more...
    Flindy- over a year ago - in Singulair