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Folitrax 5mg

What are the effects and side effects of Folitrax 5 mg ## Folitrax (Methotrexate) is noted to be used in the treatment of certain types of cancer, severe psoriasis, and rheumatoid arthritis. The most common adverse effects include: ulcerative stomatitis, low white blood cell count and thus predisposition to infection, nausea, abdominal pain, fatigue, fever, and dizziness. For more information on uses and side effects, please refer to the link below... Please post back if you have any other general questions or concerns about this drug. ...

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 Debacterol Sulfonated Phenolics + Sulfuric Acid

Debacterol Canker Sore Pain Relief solution is a liquid topical agent that is used in the treatment of ulcerating oral mucosal lesions and minor oral abrasions.[1] Contents 1 Description 2 Effectiveness 3 References 4 External links Description Debacterol is used[2] in the treatment of recurrent aphthous stomatitis (canker sores). Debacterol usually comes in a swab form, but is also available in a vial. Debacterol is not listed in the Physician's Desk Reference comprehensive list ...
spondilytis and esr 94

I am age 35 years diabetic with strong neck pain. there is a bone grown on the neck part on middle of shoulders at top of back bone. Its quite prominent now. i am now constantly feeling dizziness, especially when i pick something little bit heavy also. Hb 10.2 heamatocrit 31.4 mcv 69.32 mch 22.52 am scared of constant dizziness and neck pain. Do i suffer from Spondilytis. Also I got a big painless sore in my mouth a month back which a dr told stomatitis taken rinifol but not healed yet..Pls reply ## I am age 35 years diabetic with strong neck pain. there is a bone grown on the neck part on middle of shoulders at top of back bone. Its quite prominent now. i am now constantly feeling dizziness, especially when i pick something little bit heavy also. Hb 10.2 heamatocrit 31.4 mcv 69.32 mch ... ...

Updated in Diabetes
Stomach issues coming off Gabapentin

Been off Gabapentin for months now and feeling much better..still having some stomach issues, bloating, low appetite and small stomach ache. Dr. had me try Zantac and it does help some. Anyone else had this problem coming off Gabapentin?? Thanks ## Hello, Sandy! How are you? If it is still occurring months after stopping, it is not likely related to withdrawal of the Gabapentin, but it could have caused some damage to your stomach that needs to heal. As reported by the FDA, it has been known to cause peptic ulcers, stomatitis, hiatal hernia and gastroenteritis, as side effects. If the Zantac isn't helping much, it might be best to see a gastroenterologist, so they can determine exactly what is causing the problem and help you resolve it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## It... ...

Updated in Gabapentin
Rapamycin availability

I have just found out that i have cancer of the liver. Knowing that there is no known cure i am looking for a drug known as Rapamycin and i need help finding out about its availability. Can it be purchased over the counter? Anyone please help. Thank you. ## Rapamycin is used to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients and no, it is only available by prescription under the brand name Rapamune, according to the FDA. You can also find information on it under the name Sirolimus. It's typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, and stomatitis. Given that has also been known to cause some types of cancer, in some people that take it, I am not sure if a doctor would prescribe it for you. I am, however, very sorry about your diagnosis. What medications have ... ...

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