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Oralcon - Could I be pregnant?

Hi...I've been taking oralcon for about a week now.....on the 8th day of taking the pill, I took it a few hours late.......and then was intimate with my husband a few mins after taking it.......I just wanted to know if there is a possibility of me falling pregnant?? Thank u ## Hi, I've been on Oarlcon for almost a year now, however I started taking it later than I normaly do, I always take it at 07h00 am before leaving for work, now I find myself taking it sometimes 20-30minute later, sometimes even an Hour and at times I will skip and take the following day. What effect will this have on my Immune system/periods?as I've noticed this month I have been on my periods for more days than the normal 4 I always have. please help and advise as I am really concered now. ## Hello, Sa...

what is trixazole used for

How many days does trixazole take to boost your immune system in order for your cd4 count to be up? ## Please correct me if I'm wrong, but in my investigation, trixazole does not appear to be the correct spelling of the alleged medication... Did you mean to say Triazole or Tinidazole by chance? Triazole is an antibiotic containing a combination of sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim; used to treat a variety of bacterial infections. Tinidazole is also an antibiotic/anti-parasitic that treats a variety of bacterial/parasitic infections... But just so you're aware, antibiotics of this nature do not boost the immune system. They simply kill off the bad (and good) bacteria. If you're trying to boost your immune system, my personal opinion is that you can't go wrong with a stead...

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Tanganil Acetyl Leucine

You can find this on Amazon. Pierre Fabre in France is the manufacturer I think. In France, you need a prescription. I don't know about the UK, but I am sure you can find it on Amazon over the counter. I have some but I never took them because they don't say anything about the secondary effects. Can somebody let me know if he / she experienced any side effect(s)? I have a very poor immune system and anything can have a devastating effect on me. I am usually very allergic to, for example SOJA, shower soap, some other food, etc. Please help. Thank you.

immunosin for mumps

Is immunosin syrup an effective remedy for mumps? ## immunosin can cure mumps, the pharmacist told me... ## I am afraid that once you have mumps, you have to just let it run it's course. It will go away on its own, over time. Are you experiencing any of the typical symptoms, such as nausea, dizziness, and swollen cheeks? ## Is it okey to give immunosin to my child who's 8yrs old and weighs 32kg? She had mumps in 2014 and now she got mumps again. ## Hindi po ba masama sa 1year old ang pagtake nito recita kasi nang doctor hanggang 7days 3x a day. at anu po magiging epekto kung hindi tinapos ang pagtake? ## May beke po ang anak ko 13 yrs. old po pwede po ba syang magtake ng immunosin di po ba bawal sa kanya kasi po may g 6 pd po sya. ## Ano bang mg dapat inumin dapat ng anak ko she...

Tavalisse for low platelet count / chronic immune thrombocytopenia

A new drug by the name of Tavalisse (fostamatinib disodium hexahydrate) is reportedly being investigated for use in treating adults with a low platelet count due to chronic immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) when other prior treatment options have fallen short. Chronic immune thrombocytopenia is described as an autoimmune bleeding disorder. In patients with ITP, the blood doesn't clot as it should because of a low platelet count. According to clinical trials, more patients who were treated with Tavalisse achieved pre-determined platelet counts, in comparison to patients who received a placebo. FDA APPROVAL DATE: April 17th, 2018 MANUFACTURER: Rigel Pharmaceuticals, Inc. More specific details pertaining to this drug can be viewed at: I hope t...

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conzace side effects

I want to know the side effects of conzace multi vitamins..I need more information about the said capsule. ## i want to know tha side effect of Conzace vitamines. This will help me to overcome stress? ## my mother is taking conzace and is complaining of itchiness after taking this vitamins. I just want to know if itchiness is one of its side effects when in fact it is indicated to treat skin disorders. Please help me with my query.thanks! ## Since there are vitamins and not drugs, the exact side effects are not know, nor are they proven to actually treat any particular condition. ## i want to know the side effects of conzase ## i want to know the side effect of conzace multivitamins? ## i want to know the side effect of conzace multivitamin before i start to take it. ## Can you post my ...

immunosin tablet 500mg.

immunosin tablet 500mg. ## what is immunosin for? what does it di to your immune system? boost? does ir help cure or it just helps your body get stonger to fight illnesses? what if you already have one or several? like mumps, chicken pox, measles, fever&flu? ## How many times take imunosin 13 years old have measles? ## It contains the active ingredient Inosiplex, it is used to treat immunosuppression that is cause by viral infections, such as measles. It boosts the immune system. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, and diarrhea. How often has the doctor instructed him to take it, Gemar? Yes, Bel, it boosts the immune system.

inosiplex immunosin can prevent chicken pox?

I have chicken pox today. Can this medicine prevent chicken pox? How many times do i need to take this medicine a day? Do i need to take this after eating? Thank you. ## My son has chicken pox starting today. He is 8 yrs old. How many times will he have to take this medicine? ## my son who is 7yrs old started to have chicken pox last tuesday. the doctor prescribed us inosuplex 5ml 3x/day ## According to, Inosiplex (immunosin) reportedly has a broad spectrum of antiviral activity; so considering it's properties one could assume that it theoretically may help prevent or at least shorten the duration of chicken pox. My question would be whether doctors consider this medication as a first-line treatment option over other antiviral medications? Also, did your son have any success...

Drugs for cerebellar ataxia

What r the usual drugs prescribed for cerebellar ataxia due to atrophy in US ## i will be grateful if u tell me about drugs aiding physiotherapy for aquired cerebellar ataxia ## Your doctor might suggest gamma-globulin injections to boost your immune system, physiotherapy can also help, as well as good nutritional supplements, sometimes muscle relaxants are also used to treat muscle spasms, and eye movements that can't be controlled, according to NIH reports. Deasouki, what has been suggested for you? How is your therapy going? What medications are you currently on?

What to use topically with Taltz

I've been on Taltz for a year now,and I am very pleased with the drug, as it has gotten me about 98%clear. In the last 4 months or so, I see the effectiveness decreasing. Is there a topical that you might recommend touse with the Talts, or what would you recommend?

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dosage of ferpill-f for immune support

I want to know if I can take these pills for boosting my immune system only? I do not have any problem and I want to take ferpill-f for its nutritional value.

Azithral 500 - from Alembic is the best medicine for throat infection

I get throat infections once a year esp. in the monsoons. There is a severe soar throat. eyeball paining, mild headache, muscular body pain & irritation to slightest bothering.. normally i wait for 2.. 3.. days for the bodies immune system to do the needful.. but only when i do not notice any improvements.. i go to the chemist & get this pill.. Azithral 500 ( 1 Pack contains 3 Pills ) 1 pill a day for 3 days.. seems my health is improving.. im gaining back to normal. i trust this product. though there may be many i trust Alembic's Azithral 500 INR Rs. 96/- ( Mumbai ). I buy it directly from the chemist.. but every body is unique & i suggest to consult a doctor.. a thorough research before self administering any medicines. besides same i was initially recommended this med...

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benlysta / oxymorphone false negative test

I have been taking Opana ER (oxymorphone 20mg ER) for several months along with Norco. The first urine test showed both drugs in my results. I started getting a Benlysta infusion monthly since December. Now my urine results show that I'm not taking the Opana ER, which I take religiously! Is there anyway the Benlysta could cause this?

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Side effects from Zinplava

I was given this drug 2 days ago for c diff that I've been battling for 5 months. I feel like I've been hit by a semi. Is there anyone else like this? I was the first one to receive this at my hospital. Just praying it works and this will be worth it. Docs have tried everything else. ## It can cause some pretty harsh side effects, such as vomiting, joint/muscle aches, fever, dizziness, and high blood pressure. What else have they had try to treat it?

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omnacortil for lower respiratory tract infection

Can omnacortil 10 mg be used for a lower respiratory tract infection along with amoxi-clav? ## It can, if your physician has told you to take it, it is often used to help alleviate such issues. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, weight gain, fluid retention, nervousness, and insomnia. Are you on any other medications?

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Banocide Forte Side Effects

I have been prescribed banocide for filariasis treatment.I am 62 kg by weight.What should be the dosage for me and does it cure chyluria which has affected me. ## Banocide Forte contains the active ingredient Diethylcarbamazine, it is used to several Filarial Diseases. And yes, it may also help with the Chyluria, because this can be caused by the parasite associated with the Filariasis. What dosage has your doctor advised? It usually varies from 2 to 3mgs, per kg of body weight and is taken 3 times a day. Therefore, yours should range from 124mgs to 186mgs, 3 times daily. However, if your doctor has instructed otherwise, then please follow their advice. ## Thanks a lot for promptly replying .I value your suggestion,but right now I am suffering from passing of white urine. I intend to un...

Migraines associated to Benlysta use?

I am going for my fourth Benlysta treatment tomorrow and although I've noticed huge differences in my mobility and joint junctions, I've been getting really bad migraines everyday around 3-4 in the afternoon. It's the oddest thing, because before starting treatment I would have migraines 1-2 times a year. It's really affecting my family because I am now in bed every night with migraine pain or throwing up. One thing gets better but I still feel debilitated by the treatment. And advice?? ## I should clarify that I take Benlysta injections to help with my Lupus symptoms. I am the first person at my clinic to try this medication and could really use to connect with someone who is trying it as well. Thank u for your time if u have anything to offer, it's appreciated. ## ...

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smz tmp sus 200 40 5 prolong use

My daughter is almost 5 months old. When she was 3 months old she got admitted to the hospital due to being septic (couple days from death) from a uti. We did a test on her a few weeks ago and she's got bladder reflux so when is prone to getting more utis. Her doctor put her on this medicine daily till further notice to help prevent another uti and any worse kidney damage. My question is, with her taking this every day for a prolonged period of time weaken her immune system and make her more acceptable to other sicknesses ## Hello, Breanna! How is your daughter doing? No, this medication is commonly given long-term in such situations. The FDA classifies it as a antibiotic and lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and...

what is hypothalamic pituitary adrenal hpa axis

What does this mean? Hypothalamic Pituitary Adrenal hpa axis? ## Hello, Peggy! How are you? This describes the feedback interactions and direct influence of 3 endocrine glands in your body, the adrenal gland, the hypothalamus and the pituitary. Its the interactions between them that creates the HPA axis. It helps control things like stress, your immune system, digestion, emotions and etc. I'm trying to keep this simple for you, so if you'd like more details, please feel free to let me know and I'll post back and go more in-depth for you. Your HPA axis is involved in many things that could possibly cause your problems, such as mood disorders. PTSD, IBS and alcoholism. Were you given any other details?

TB (myrin Forte)

After for so many rejections (i mean, I lose 4 work opportunities because of my xray findings that it has a spot which says I have TB) and I just didnt mind at all, it sjust happen that w/ my 4th rejections in work. I went to pulmonologist and said I do really have a TB. (minimal PTB) but if not treated early it could be worse. So I took Myrin P Forte, Honestly i didnt feel any side effect, it just my urine color is orange which my doc. Advise that its ok. Maybe i guess i have strong immune system and my family support me well. Yes, i do feel quite dizinezz and feel like to vomit but just rare times in my 6 months medication. I advise to eat healthy and have a healthy exercise. ANd have a positive attitude.and Happy living.


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