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Calcitonin Side Effects

Has anyone experienced any side effects from Calcitonin? I have severe headaches and am susceptible to sinus infections. I also have lower back and joint pain. ## Hello Sanjoe, Sorry to hear that you are experiencing so many difficulties with your medication. I have pulled up some information for you. According to the National Institute of Health these are the following adverse reactions associated with taking Calcitonin-Salmon nasal spray. All information listed is in reference to the Apotex Corp generic (NDC: 60505-0823) - Back Pain - Headache - Nasal Crusts - Dryness - Redness Or Erythema - Nasal Sores - Irritation - Itching - Thick Feeling - Soreness - Pallor - Infection - Stenosis - Runny/blocked - Small Wound - Bleeding Wound - Tenderness - Uncomfortable Feeling And Sore Across B...

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Safe Drugs For Osteoporosis

Are there any safe drugs for osteoporosis? Her physician says that there is an injectable drug without the side effects of brittle bones, but I am finding gastro-intestinal side effects for some of those. GI problems are my Mom's primary issue, so I don't want to make that worse. Any safe ones out there? ## My Mom did fabulously on Calcitonin Salmon but it did not work for me. I have more of my father's genes than my mother's

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Use Of Lafaxid D

all medicine are drugs ,but all drugs are not medicine .keep away from drugs.it will destroy u.thanx ## #GUD-Botz-wanna KNOW wattiT Due toolbeam DeusSexMachinmaGottlike==With*.*IT$:| ## @pankaj, In regards to your inquiry about the use of Lafaxid D: Lafaxid D (Lafutidine), a newly developed anti-ulcer drug, elevates postprandial intragastric pH and increases plasma calcitonin gene-related peptide and somatostatin concentrations in humans. It is being compared to the prescription drug Famotidine, in that they have similar uses. At this time, I haven't been able to locate much more information on this drug, other than what you see above. If anyone else has additional details to add then that would be great!

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ostospray

Absorbtion maximum ## Otospray contains the active ingredient Calcitonin and is most commonly used to help protect against bone mineral loss. As to how much is absorbed into the body, I haven't found any information on that. However, with most medications, it is only a small fraction of what is actually in any given dosage. You can learn more on it here: Does anyone else have any information to add?

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