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cilift withdrawal symptoms and what to do

I feel i am going mad! The only way I can explain how I feel is to say that it feels like vertigo - when you go over a very high bridge or look down from a very tall building. This wave comes from nowhere causing a momentary blackness, my arms go numb from my elbows to my hands and my feet do the same, I then get this awful feeling of butterflies in my chest and stomach . After a while it passes but it certainly doesn't seem to be going anywhere fast. How long will this go on? I am on Homeopathic treatment at moment ## It really varies, depending on how much you were taking and for how long. The average is usually about a week. ## Yip, I know exactly what you're going through. The last time I went off it, it lasted for about two weeks. I'm now on day 5 again. ## My husband i...

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UTI AND VAGINAL INFECTION

Last week I had sex on my 4th day of period. Then I had a uti. My dr gave me zenflox, but after 2 days i am having itching in my vagina, and around. There was a white kind of substance in my vagina when i looked. Is this a yeast infection? Can i apply candid-b around my vaginal opening? Thanks in advance.

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drug affect

celestamine for bee stings and does it make a person not use to it very sleepy or is it from the beesting/waspsting actualy ## Hello, Nix! How are you? Celestamine is listed as containing the steroid Betamethasone and the antihistamine Dexhlorpheniramine, so yes, it may cause some drowsiness and dizziness, as well as headache, nausea and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

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