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cortilone

spireva-side effects ## My wife is suffering from high blood pressure and causes albumin discharge in urine +++ . She is treating drugs; Lasap H, Myload 10, Q pill 10, recently methylprednisolone inj. 1gm 3dose for 3days for 2nd times @ period of 2months differ and giving cortilone25. 1st times inj. didinot improve now running 2time. Pls, advise me any solution for this chronic.

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Iron Infusion Effects

I had my first Iron Infusion yesterday of Dextran. I am severely anemic. They gave me benadryl, some steroids and then a 1 hour test dose. Passed that and then onto the 3 hour drip. Everything went fine. Last night I started feeling very weak and achy, hurting in my bones and joints kinda like flu symptoms. I ran a low grade fever and couldn't sleep. Today the flu symptoms are worse and my bones hurt soo bad. Doctor said this in normal side effects and can last from 2 to 4 days. Has anyone else had anything similar happen to them. I am soo weak and I can't stand to miss that much work but I have no energy. I am suppose to monitor fever or chest pains and go back in 2 weeks for labs to see if I need another infusion. He's talking about a biopsy to see why my body is not absor...

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Iron Infusion pain

ok so i had an IV infusion 8 yrs ago due to major blood loss from my 2nd child..the doctor who did it told me there would be like aching in my joints especially my knees and that it would go away in a year only problem is its been 8 and they still hurt especially in the cold....just wanted to know if this has happened to anyone else or if its normal .... ## Yes, the pain can be a side effect of iron infusions, but for most people it goes away in a few hours. Have you consulted your doctor to get to the root of the problem? You should really do so to determine if it was caused by the treatment, or if it is being caused by something else.

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alternative to cumaden

Mom is 88. She has dizzy spells as well as weakening legs, so is falling. She is on cumaden and we fear that a good hard fall could result in life threatening blood loss. She has heart problems, but we have heard of another drug that does not thin the blood, but slickens up the interior of the arteries and vessels. Before asking her doctors about the change of meds we would like to hear of anyone else's experience. ## Is there another suitable sub for Cumaden blood thinner?

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XONE XP KID INJ

My daughter(4yrs.old,14kg wt.)is suffering with abdomen pain and high fever(Enteric fever?) USG report says she has mild hepatomegaly with hypoechoic echotexture and prominent radicals(?infectious hepatitis) and enlarged mesenteric nodes(largest 11.3cm). Her urine report says presence of pus cells(leucocytes):10-12/HPF,Microorganism:occasional,Albumin:++.All others reports are normal.She is taking XONEXP(H.S.) inj twice daily with metronidazole inj.for 5days.Is not it overdosed?

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Quikclot stops bleeding

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side effects of agrylin

I have been using agrylin for 4 months and suffering from excessive hair lose ## Common side effects of Agrylin are headache, diarrhea, unusual weakness/fatigue, hair loss, nausea and dizziness. This is not a complete list of side effects. If you would like to view more information about Agrylin and a complete list of side effects, please click on the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns regarding this drug, please post back so I can further assist you.

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