Can I Be In The Sun While Takind Pepcid

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candicel30att Says:


I got a Sun rash on my hands arms and chest and was wondering if it could be because of my pelvis pill



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Candicel30att! How are you?

This isn't known to increase sun sensitivity. However, it's difficult to know what any given medication may cause in any given person that tries it, it could also be due to some other issue. Have you had your doctor look at it, yet? That would be the best thing to do, to be sure.

Other side effects may include drowsiness and flatulence.

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