What side effects do you have when not taking diabetes medication?
Weight loss,possible hunger,thirsty,headaches,tiredness,flu like feelings,high blood sugar,accidents where you pee yourself
Some serious side effects that come from taking the medication Strattera include chest pain, nausea, increased blood pressure, numbness, burning pain, and fast or uneven heartbeats. If you experience any of these side effects stop taking the medication at once and contact your doctor as soon as possible.
Side effects are unwanted conditions that happen when taking certain medications. since everybody's body chemistry is different medications can affect some people in different they do not necessarily happen to everyone who takes the medication. The are different form the therapeutic effects which are those that the medication is designed to provide. Sometimes side effects can be negated by changes to the formula or dosage of the medication.
Galantamine is a medication used to treat memory loss and dementia in patients with Alzheimer's Disease. Galantamine has several possible side effects that may occur. Some of these side effects are dizzyness, nausea, vomiting, and fainting. There are also possible drug interactions to be aware of if taking this medication.
cinnamon is actually said to be quite healthy but too much of anything can have negative effects. too much water can be bad for you. its not very good in excessive amounts on pregnant women. people on diabetes medication/medication that messes with blood glucose or insulin levels shouldnt take big amounts either. Cassia cinnamon has coumarin in it which has been shown to have negative effects on the liver and blood thinning effects so if…
Yes, the side effects from Wellbutrin will wear off eventually after being weaned off of it. If you are still taking it however, and the side effects are not improving after a week or so, or if the side effects are severe, you should check with your doctor to see if this is the right medication for you.
"Testicle medication" is not sufficiently specific for us to provide a list of side effects (or, for that matter, effects). Women who take testosterone, which MIGHT be what you mean (but also might not), tend to experience higher libido, reduction of breast size, muscle growth, and longer/coarser/more visible body hair. However, these are not "side effects" as much as they are "effects"; that's what testosterone does.
Side effects are results of taking a medication that are not the reason you are taking the drug. For example, Rogaine (monoxidil) was originally investigated as a blood pressure medication that was found to cause hair growth. For people taking it for blood pressure, the hair growth would be an (unwanted) side effect. For people taking it to grow hair, a drop in blood pressure (possibly causing dizziness) would be a side effect. Toxic effects…
Is slurred speech ever a side effect of Prozac Should I try another SSRI if Prozac gave me bad side effects?
Side effects vary from one person to another, it's impossible to tell what side effects one gets from taking a specific medication, but they are usually common and are usually reported in the leaflet included with the packing of the medication. You should talk to your doctor if you are considering switching medications.
The more known side effects of Statin are liver and muscle pain and damage. Lesser known side effects are digestive problems, rash or flushing, increased sugar or type 2 diabetes, depression and irritability, sleep problems, sexual function problems, fatigue, dizziness and a sense of detachment. In addition, on Statin labels, the FDA warns of memory loss or confusion which can be reversed once one stops taking the medication.
If the medication hasn't caused harm during thirty years of taking it, it is unlikely that it will begin to cause harm. Life-threatening side effects such as neuroleptic malignant syndrome generally occur during the first year of taking antipsychotic medication. Antipsychotic medication doesn't have any sort of cumulative poisonous effect, either.
Every medication has side effects and risks. Whether they are worth the risks are up to the individual and now the medicine effects each person. I was taking medication for depression but soon found out (experienced) some serious side effects (racing heartbeat, dizziness, insomnia, sweating, increased appetite, weight gain, numbness, headaches, etc.). And this medication was supposed to be HELPING me! Some people LOVE the medication that I was on and they definitely feel it…