Sun Sensitive Drugs

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yellow, prnted on one sidenvr and the other side cti, long tablets , i like to identify , how many mg is it five or ten.. ## Can I still get a sun tan while on this medication ## There aren't any sun warnings listed, but I advise caution, since a lot of prescription drugs can make you much more sensitive to the sun's rays. ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Wed, Apr 01 '09, 2:15 PM
Albuteral Inhaler
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I need to know who the manufacturers are for the following prescription drugs:Albuterol Inhaler, Advair 250/50,Flonase, Enablex, Pletal, Coumadin, Colestid, Ultram, Zantac, Lipitor, Tylenol, Zoloft, Xannax, Wellbutrin x 2, Adderall XR Thank You ## I believe my taking Albuteral Inhaler has caused me to be very sensitive, to UV (sunlight). If any are out there that seem to have this problem as well please report in with your symptoms. ## I believe my taking Albuterol Inhaler has caused me to be very sensitive, to UV (sunlight). If any are out there that seem to have this problem as well please report in with your symptoms. ## Yes, that is very possible. Most of these meds come with warnings about sun exposure while using them. I use Albuterol as well, and the warning is on the patient lea... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Albuterol.
Fri, Jun 17 '16, 12:51 PM
Savella; too big a risk to experiment with my health?
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Having been experimented with and suffered daily side effects of many other drugs to deal with fibromyalgia and related pain disorders; I am reluctant after reading the others reports of increased insomnia, severe sweats, nausea to the point of vomiting, not to mention increased blood pressure and heart attack risks. I have got to be my own best advocate and exercise caution. This is a relatively new drug on the market and notice that it is being recalled in Europe. Would like to hear others thoughts on this subject. ## Laurie. I too am a Fibro/CFS patient of 22 yrs, and have tried practically 'everything' under the sun. I was given samples of Savella, in a packet from my doctor. I brought it home, and proceeded to read EVERYTHING I could find on this med. I am very sensitive to... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Savella.
Mon, Jan 14 '13, 1:55 PM
Warfarin and excessive skin redness
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My husband has been on warfarin sin june 2012 without major issues. He had stroke and a dvt that passed into his lung. Both occurred at the same time. He has totally recovered. But, ever since the middle of March 2014 he has been experiencing skin reddening. Its like he has been in the sun all day. Sometimes its splotchy sometime its just red. It does go We are wondering if it has to do with the warfarin. His inrs have been fine and the hematologist doesn't seem to think there is a problem and the dermatologist says he just has sensitive skin. The question is why would it suddenly start? Has anyone else experienced this or have any info. We are at wits end. Thanks for your time. ## Is he on any other medications, such as cardiac medications or blood pressure drugs? Some of them may ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Warfarin.
Fri, May 30 '14, 4:00 PM
Foods to avoid and sulfa drugs
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What types of food should be avoided while taking sulfamethoxazole tmp ds? My husband is taking this for a urinary tract infection. But I have been told to avoid citrus fruits while taking the medication. He works outside all day too. What about sun exposure? ## Sulfamethoxazole with Trimethoprim is an antibiotic, used to treat various types of infections. The thing to avoid with it is grapefruit, this includes the juice, as it can have an effect on how well the drug works. Yes, he should wear sunscreen, as it can also make him more sensitive to the sun and the heat, so he should also make sure to drink plenty of fluids while outside. Read more here: Do you have any other questions? ## when taking bactrim should I avoid homemade lemon aide. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Sulfamethoxazole.
Sun, Jun 29 '14, 5:24 AM

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