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Posted 19 Oct 2013 by • 1 answer
Lormetazepam is globally available, except in the USA. Can anyone advise what are the adverse effects of the drug and why is not approved by FDA.
Posted 11 Sep 2013 by • 1 answer
Es un medicamento que salió para disminuir la inserción de la azúcar en la sangre, hoy lo leí como noticia en el periódico Milenio de mi país (México) y de ser así, cuáles sería las contraindicaciones?, . Gracias Carmen Alamilla
Posted 11 Sep 2013 by • 1 answer
PEO is used in many FDA approved drugs but it is not on your excipient list. Is this because of the FDA IID revision problems where some excipients were incorrectly deleted from the IID?
Posted 6 Jul 2013 by • 3 answers
I have trouble falling asleep if at all. Then once asleep, I wake every 2 hours like clockwork. I was previously prescribed Imovane but this isn't FDA approved in the US. I am from Canada originally. My physician prescribed Xanax in it's place but I found myself doubling my dosage to ...
Posted 27 Jul 2013 by • 3 answers
In case all my friends on dc haven't seen this, please read if you or someone u love is on this... New FDA Medwatch Alert Sent to subscribers of: ketoconazole systemic Drug Safety Communication: Nizoral (ketoconazole) - Potentially Fatal Liver Injury, Risk of Drug Interactions and Adrenal ...
Posted 22 May 2013 • 1 answer
around 14/15mmHg using Travatan once at night.I read from FDA warnings/precaution that this drug is not to be used for NAGlaucoma. I am anxious to know that whether this can cause some damage to optic nerve and ultimately vision. Of late i am experiencing heaviness/Tightness and also dryness ...
Posted 7 Aug 2013 by • 1 answer
Can I have a database which summarises the various drugs which have been approved on a pharmaceutical company by company basis ie Most recent approvals by FDA of the 20 largest pharmaceutical companies
Posted 9 Jul 2013 by • 1 answer
It. just received a new FDA warning regarding this potential side effect and I'm writing about this for a food allergy/gluten sensitivity magazine. I'd like to hear your story. Thanks
Posted 2 Jun 2013 • 1 answer
blurred vision? Whether such generic form is approved by FDA? Before changing over,it is not clear to me what ingredient is causing such adverse effect & same can be overcome using generic form,which I understand is usually modified,based on feed back of Patient. Kindly reply.
Posted 8 May 2013 by • 2 answers
Posted 12 Oct 2011 by • 9 answers
I don't understand this. I've been given all the reasons. E.g. the FDA is stopping the manufacuring of SOMA. They are addictive. And so on... I have been on SOMA for 8 years and never abused them. For crying out loud they have me on OxyContin and Roxicodone. I have been off SOMA for 3 ...
Posted 29 Mar 2012 by • 15 answers
For whoever doesn't subscribe to FDA alerts and takes Celexa please read this. I hope it helps. Celexa (citalopram hydrobromide) - Drug Safety Communication: Revised Recommendations, Potential Risk of Abnormal Heart Rhythms March 28, 2012 Audience: Psychiatry, Cardiology ISSUE: FDA is ...
Posted 9 Dec 2012 by • 1 answer
POST THIS The number of complaints regarding Pradaxa eclipsed all other drugs monitored by the FDA 542 deaths were associated with Pradaxa in 2011 alone. Also in 2011, there were 3,781 reports of side effects from the medication reported to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The number of ...
Posted 30 Jan 2013 by • 1 answer
... pains from hair loss... etc. It was removed in July 2012 & things my health or immune system has been compromised because of this horrible FDA approved form of birth control
Posted 20 Jan 2013 by • 3 answers
... https://www.drugs.com/news/fda-pulls-one-wellbutrin-off-market-41896.html I hope the link worked but if not, it is the first thing you'll find googling Wellbutrin/Buproprion. I found it shocking, and scary!