Reclide Xr 60 And Piozmf 15

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raj kumar dey Says:
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I have also takes PIOZ mf 15 is there any side effect now I am problem of skin rashes for that I am taking cetzine

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Rajneesh gupta Says:
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But our daibtic is not control but why

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Verwon Says:

Do you also watch you diet to be careful not to take in too much sugar and fats? Do you make sure you get enough exercise each day?

The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence, stomach pain, and hypoglycemia.

What have you recent levels been tested at?

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