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prax 10 tablet used for what

I had a stent put 2 yrs ago & have been on medication for BP, cholesterol , & blood thinners . Am long 5, Natrilix SR , storvas 10 , and prax 10 . Also am taking Miraqule 100 which has lessened the muscle pains I had developed perhaps of the statins . I now have itching all over with no outwards symptoms of rash etc . Have been on Allegra 180 daily for the past 3months with no real relief . Is this due to the various meds & their side effects ? What should I do ? ## Hello, Cuckoo! How are you? Yes, any medication that has an effect on your circulation, such as blood pressure medications and blood thinners may cause such itching, as reported by the U.S. FDA. You may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache and increased urination. Have you consulted your doctor? You may ne...

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alternative of ecosprin

I had undergone angioplasty on last April and my doc adviced me to take tab. ecosprin 150, prax 10, atorva 20, starpress xl 25 and pan 40. Now I am suffering from articaria. Can it be the side effect of such medicine ? If so, what should be the alternate medecine ?

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prax 5mg medicine

prax 5mg details ## I am 54 years old. ## Were you referring to the medication Pax? If so, it contains the active ingredient Diazepam, which is a benzodiazepine used to treat anxiety, nervous disorders and some cases of insomnia. It can cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and headache. More details:

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