1. link Amici
    Infected upper teeth extraction
    Was started on 500mg Amoxicillin 3 days before extraction and continued after extracton 3 x a day for a dose of 21 total. 2 days after oral surgery, g - 76% more...
    Amici- over a year ago - in Amoxicillin
  2. link Kathypollard
    Lipitor cause stiffness, muscle stiffness, fish oil, neurologist, vitamin d
    My mother was taking Lipitor for several years. She began to have falls and was hospitalized with no diagnosis. She is in a wheelchair and has lost al - 64% more...
    Kathypollard- over a year ago - 4 Replies - in Lipitor
  3. link Jal1
    Yes. My Father was started on Lipitor around 2002 and we soon noticed that his usual way of striding out when walking was diminishing to a shuffle. Al - 86% more...
    Jal1- over a year ago
  4. link Nursetexan
    Loestrin 24 Fe anxiety medication, voracious appetite, low self esteem, psychiat, loestrin
    I started taking Loestrin24fe in early November of 2009. I noticed an immediate change in my mood. In November, I was snappy and irritable. My moods w - 96% more...
    Nursetexan- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Loestrin 24 Fe
  5. link Olsen
    Lipitor drug efficacy, area under the curve, cvd risk, classes of drugs, antidiabetic agent
    discovered mutation in a gene, SLCO1B1, which codes for a transport protein that is responsible for moving statins into the liver to be detoxified. Wi - 88% more...
    Olsen- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Lipitor
  6. link Titicat
    Wellbutrin pepper hair, salt pepper, biotin, bupropion, good sense
    I've been on Wellbutrin for about 9 years. There has been hair loss over that time, but I attributed it to aging. Then in 9/2007 I went to generic, an - 85% more...
    Titicat- over a year ago - in Wellbutrin
  7. link Ladyrich007
    Norvasc lisinopril, meds, bp, norvasc, restless leg syndrome
    Are there any meds that are safe? I was taking 10mg norvasc. I started taking 20/25 mg lisinopril. I was doing ok on the norvasc but the added lisinop - 72% more...
    Ladyrich007- over a year ago - 12 Replies - in Norvasc
  8. link Propsguy
    hey, i think it's great that you use niacin instead of lipitor. doctors used niacin for cholesterol before statins came along. now most doctors don't - 90% more...
    Propsguy- over a year ago
  9. link Slsayer8
    efficacy of prevpac
    Is it just as effective to take amoxicillin, clarithromycin and protonix separately?
    Slsayer8- over a year ago - in Prevpac
  10. link Kmcn8696
    Efficacy of the scrub
    I would like to know once a multi use bottle of the scrub is opened, is there a recommended "use by date". Example, some items say to discar - 21% more...
    Kmcn8696- over a year ago - in Betadine Surgical Scrub
  11. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair genetic variations, adverse drug reactions, genetic component, efficacy, hospitals
    Has anyone been in contact with any doctors, hospitals, or researchers who are willing to recognize that Singulair targets a receptor CysLT1, with kno - 77% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Singulair
  12. link Jbennett25
    Singulair coincidence, couple of days, fever, doctors, medicine
    My daughter is 6 and has been on singulair for 2 years. Anytime we miss a pill she ends up with a fever of about 100 and is exhausted. Within a couple - 42% more...
    Jbennett25- over a year ago - 3 Replies - in Singulair
  13. link Matthewct1
    By and large doctors are clueless in regards to SIngulair. Follow your instincts and do what's best for your child. There are other alternative medica - 59% more...
    Matthewct1- over a year ago
  14. link Sophmorrow
    Gardasil vaccination over 4 months
    Is the efficacy of Gardasil lower if I choose to be vaccinated over 4 months rather than over 6 months?
    Sophmorrow- over a year ago - in Gardasil
  15. link Srsdww
    Singulair mild asthma, tourette, adhd, horror, truth
    I have been on Singulair longer than I can recall... at least 10 years, maybe longer. My 7 year old son has been on it since he was probably 12 months - 82% more...
    Srsdww- over a year ago - 11 Replies - in Singulair
  16. link Matthewct1
    Singulair is not a life saving drug....period. It has only been proven to have modest efficacy as compared to inhaled corticosteriods which remain as - 60% more...
    Matthewct1- over a year ago
  17. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair acute asthma attacks, genetic variations, corporate greed, asthma attack, compatibility problems
    16 days ago on Jan 17, 2009 by chris555, #16131 Sorry to disappoint you, but I have no vested interest in Merck or any other pharmaceutical company fo - 95% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - in Singulair
  18. link Kate2
    Singulair safe medicine, medicine practices, unemployment line, kate miller, childrens safety
    To get the real information in regards to what level of research that is going into this investigation is.go to the Institute for Safe medicine practi - 86% more...
    Kate2- over a year ago - 5 Replies - in Singulair
  19. link Concernedcitizen
    To chris555: Merck warns on it's Singulair website that Singulair is not an effective replacement for fast acting inhalers in the event of sudden symp - 91% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago
  20. link Matthewct1
    I'm reading right through chris555's post and I don't buy it. Why did you never mention that before and instead chose to throw venomous daggers at peo - 84% more...
    Matthewct1- over a year ago
  21. link Lostvalleylady
    Omeprazole duodenitis, ulcers, efficacy, headaches, pills
    I have oesophageal ulcers and duodenitis, diagnosed by Gastroscopy exam. I have been prescribed 40mg daily for 8 weeks then follow-up Gastroscopy to c - 62% more...
    Lostvalleylady- over a year ago - in Omeprazole
  22. link Chevpa1
    Singulair leg pains, 8y, flovent, albuterol, zyrtec
    I have an 8y.o. daughter that has been on Singulair for about 3 years now. Since she started taking singulair she has been absolutely miserable! She c - 87% more...
    Chevpa1- over a year ago - 4 Replies - in Singulair
  23. link Matthewct1
    There are MANY alternatives to Singulair. In fact, Singulair is only proven to have modest efficacy. It is an admittedly overprescribed drug because o - 46% more...
    Matthewct1- over a year ago
  24. link Mirenapositive
    Mirena breast feeding women, medical journal articles, iud, mini pill, peer reviewed medical journal
    I LOVE MY IUD. For those of you thinking about an IUD, I wanted to post a positive case study. I am sure there are more, but those people don't bother - 86% more...
    Mirenapositive- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Mirena
  25. link Amyk77
    Singulair asthma, pediatric asthma, singulair, corticosteroids, matter of fact
    for the people that have taken their children off singulair... what are you using for a preventative med? my daughter has really bad asthma and I don' - 15% more...
    Amyk77- over a year ago - 6 Replies - in Singulair
  26. link Matthewct1
    There are MANY alternatives. As a matter of fact singulair has only been proven to have modest efficacy and has been called by many experts as "n - 64% more...
    Matthewct1- over a year ago
  27. link Jenmac
    Singulair worst day of my life, congressman, medicines, clue, depression
    I also want to add that he has been having nightmares a lot as well. And exhibiting some behavioral issues on and off at school. Again I can not tell - 78% more...
    Jenmac- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Singulair
  28. link Matthewct1
    Hi, it IS scary but there are other more effective alternatives. Force your doctor to prescribe an alternative medication. Singulair has modest effica - 43% more...
    Matthewct1- over a year ago