... I have taken this religiously for years. Should I have been on it for so long. I have not suffered( to my knowledge) any side effects, but I also take numerous other medications for cholestorol, osteo arthritis and blood pressure. Should I be taking a more serious look at what I am taking
18 Sep 2009
Side effects may vary for each individual depending on the person's disease state, age, weight, gender, ethnicity and general health.
Side effects can occur when commencing, decreasing/increasing dosages, or ending a drug or medication regimen. When side effects of a drug or medication are severe, the dosage may be adjusted or a second medication may be prescribed. Lifestyle or dietary changes may also help to minimize side effects.
If you are concerned you and your doctor should discuss the risks and benefits of your medications.
You can view your medicine profiles on this website. Prescribed use, precautions, risks side-effects etc are included.
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