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Ciplar Side Effects

I am 62+. I have never been a patient of BP as my usual BP range has been in range (!!6 - 120) & (70 to 76) and my ECG is normal. Still I have been advised to take Ciplar 20mg twice daily for the past 1 year to control the symptoms of Palpitation resulting in fast & irregular Heart Beat associated with restlessness. I have noticed now that when I get up from a posture of sitting on floor to standing, I feel giddiness or some sort of blackout and need a support else I may even fall down. Such symptoms were not prevailing earlier. Is this because of any side effect of taking Ciplar? Should I still continue taking Ciplar? Pl Help me A S M Malik ## I have been using cipla 40 mg daily p.o for the past 2weeks. Yes I eat a lot n gaining weight which is wat I wanted but I have constipat... ...

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c one side 123

Small Round pill that has a C a on it on one side and 123 on the other side ## Hi Stevie, I'm just curious about what color your pill is? I located a small round orange pill with a C on one side and 123 on the other, which turned out to be 50mgs of Topiramate. Topiramate is an anticonvulsant/antiepileptic medication that's also used for migraines and nerve pain. Apparently "Cipla USA" is the manufacturer of this particular tablet. I'm assuming the that's what the letter C stands for in the imprint. However you can always double check by contacting this company directly via their customer service department at: 844-247-5287. They also have a customer service email for added convenience: [email protected] I hope this helps! ...

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diltigesic ointment

diltigesic ointment ## i m a practicing doctor n requirevdetaile information about diltigesic ## I had a wound in my rectum above 45 days ago during intercourse. I took firsy ciprofloxacin 500 tab and signoflam tab but did not work. After that i consult with doctor and who gave me zedocef cv 200 and signoflam, it dont work. After that he gave me Gantrax 1g inj. 10 pieces but it is also cant work. After that i consult with another doctor who gave me diltigesic ointment and sucral ano and orni o,pantop 40, duphalac syrap, betadine standardized. Right now my rectum had pain and some bleeding when my stool passes. please sir i am dying every single second. I dont understand what to do. My stool are hard after taking duphalac. Now I'm taking sorbiline and duphalac. And I'm using 3 oi... ...

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Starting Pristiq

I've been pretty anxious my whole life. Used Paxil at 15 after a bad experience with drug my anxiety was insane. I then stopped using Paxil after a month and managed to.live with my anxiety. I then had to use cipralex twice because my anxiety went crazy. But always stopped after 3 months. But for 3 years I have been using temazepam 30mg everyday. This pill helped me sleep at night however I didn't know I would end up being so addictive. I feel so happy at night when I take it. Now my anxiety is back and I went to see the doctor because I couldn't stand it... I go shopping and have major anxiety panic attack and feel like I will faint. So I went to see my doctor because first I wanted to stop temazepam and second to help with anxiety.. the thing is that since I started using ... ...

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Anxiety and major panic

I'm 40 and have had a spine operation about 6months ago. I have been given ciprolex 20mg which didn't help at all. My therapist prescribed Azor 0.5mg 3 times a day and african 1mg in severe panic. I've taken the razor about 2 hours ago and have had 2 major panic attacks since. I feel like I'm going insane and losing my mind. How do I cope with ? ## Just breathe. Don't try to fight it. It's impossible. Try to realize that it will pass. I know it's much easier said than done. I have massive panic attacks as well. You're not alone. You'll get through it. Breath in through your nose and out through your mouth. Splash some cool water on the back of your neck. Take your shirt off. Try to calmly pace instead of frantically moving around. If able, stand or si... ...

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