Bystolic 2.5mg,metformin 500mg,pravastatin Sodium40mg,hydrocodon10/325,amitriptyline 25mg

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smith Says:


I take all these meds for high suger,colesteral ,pain and nerve pain do you see any bad side effects from having to take all these meds>



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David Says:

Hi Smith,

Unfortunately, just about every prescription drug comes with at least a handful of undesirable side effects. However, there's really no telling ahead of time which side effect(s) or symptom(s) one might end up experiencing during the course of treatment, if you even have any symptoms at all. Not everyone who takes these types of drugs experiences side effects. So you could just as well be in the clear as far as I know.

If you'd like to learn more about each of those drugs and their potential side effects, you can do so on the pages for:
Bystolic Details
Metformin Details
Pravastatin Details
Hydrocodone Details
Amitriptyline Details

I hope this info helps and wish you good health!


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