Tri Statin Ii

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 Tri-Statin II Nystatin + Triamcinolone

Nystatin, sold under the brandname Mycostatin among others, is an antifungal medication.[1] It is used to treat Candida infections of the skin including diaper rash, thrush, esophageal candidiasis, and vaginal yeast infections.[1] It may also be used to prevent candidiasis in those who are at high risk.[1] Nystatin may be used by mouth, in the vagina, or applied to the skin.[1] Common side effects when applied to the skin include...
Tri-Statin II creme

Is Tri-Statin II creme still made by Rugby and is it still available for purchase?...I have been told by Walgreens that it is no longer made. ## No, Walgreens is correct, the various topical Tri-Statin medications have been discontinued. They contained the active ingredient Nystatin, which is an antifungal medication. Have you talked to your doctor? They should be able to prescribe an alternative. ...

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Effects Of Rose Day 5 Mg

Suggest me how safe is the medicine Roseday 5 Mg to reduce Triglyceride and what are the side effects. I am 43 Yrs of age ans type II Daibatic for last 5 years ## The only thing I can locate on Roseday states that it is a statin drug, used to help lower cholesterol, however, I cannot find information on which one it contains. This drug class can cause side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, headache and joint/muscle aches. You can learn more about this class of medications here: Do you have any other comments or questions? ## I am also advised Roseday 5mg. I read an article which links are given for further study. Please follow the links and you know more of Rosuvastatin whcih may lead to kidney problems if not adminstered properly. (courtesy wikipedia) Debate & criticismsIn Octo... ...

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