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Can I take amoxicillin if I have had a bad reaction to amox-clav?

Posted 12 Aug 2016 by gaylekleinman 0 answers

I have a uti with lactose positive gram negative rods (a), and have had an allergic reaction to amox-clav in the past (but have taken amoxicillin in the past with no problem), I also have had allergic reaction to cephalexin starting the second day. I am worried about taking macrobid because of all ...

I was just diagnosed today with lymphocytic colitis and I already Celiac disease and I'm also?

Posted 11 Jun 2016 by LindaBGood 0 answers

... lactose intolerant. I'm wondering what I can and cannot eat. Does anyone have Celiac and LC and can make suggestions for a diet? I also have arthritis, adult congenital heart disease and COPD. It seems that my chronic diseases and their medications exacerbate my digestive disorders, i.e. ...

Tuberculin Tine Test - How is the TB tine testing solution made?

Posted 21 May 2016 by Marie S 0 answers

My daughter ALWAYS gets a false positive. I am wondering if one of her allergens is used to produce the testing solution. She is allergic to caffeine and is also lactose intolerant.

Does caltrate 600 with D contain lactose?

Posted 21 Apr 2016 by Sciteach 1 answer

Help me to find answers?

Posted 30 Nov 2015 by AmberMcQuaker 1 answer

Since the day I was born I have had the following -Tethered Spinal Cord -Asthma -Birth Mark -Lazy Eye -Tongue Tied -Osteoarthritis -Brain Mass (Hippocampal area) -Lactose Intolerance -Constant infections in ears, nose, chest I would appreciate a name of any condition which can cause this. Please ...

I have taken Naltrexone 50 mg only twice a week apart each time I have had severe diarrhea? How lon?

Posted 3 Nov 2015 by stephanie43 1 answer

how long does this last and what can I do to relieve the diarrhea. I have taken immodium and pepto and still have diarrhea. I am lactose intolerant so I don't know if this is the reason or not

My question is regarding the generic options for lotensin?

Posted 24 Oct 2015 by jbcraigauciedu 1 answer

I am lactose intolerant and all of the generic formularies for lotensin that I have tried use lactose in the mixing of the pill. Are there any generic lotensin products that are suitable for lactose intolerant individuals.Are there any generics that are available in California pharmacies that meet ...

Antidepressants (Cymbalta) and Lactose Intolerance???

Posted 7 Apr 2015 by GilligansCouch 2 answers

Can Cymbalta (or any antidepressants) cause lactose intolerance? My mom thinks my lactose intolerance is related to my starting Cymbalta, but I think it started about 8 months earlier. Can any antidepressants cause that?

Do you sell pure aethacridini lactose?

Posted 10 Jun 2015 by evak 1 answer

Is there any source for a lactose-free gluten-free warfarin or coumadin?

Posted 23 Mar 2015 by Gracie62 1 answer

I am celiac and lactose-intolerant. I am having heart valve replacement soon and am recommended to have a mechanical replacement. This means I need to be on Warfarin or Coumadin for life. Are there any sources of Warfarin that are certified gluten and coumadin free?

I have pain in the middle right of my abdomen it feels like a hot/burning sensation?

Posted 22 Apr 2015 by ksal96 1 answer

It started about a week ago (I am lactose intolerant) when I ate cheese and it hasn't gone away I also feel constantly bloated. I went to my doctor and he said I should stop eating lactose which I did. I want to note that it started in the middle of my abdomen then moved to the right and now ...

How many times should my baby be pooping a day?

Posted 6 Apr 2015 by Kateypoo 2 answers

My daughter is about 6 months old and she only poops maybe once a day or once every other day. Is that normal or should she be going more? She is lactose intolerant so she eats a hypoallergenic formula, does that have anything to do with her not going as much?

What brand names do not contain lactose or milk solids as the binder?

Posted 21 Mar 2015 by Little-Red7 1 answer

I'm highly allergic. Have been taking brnd for long time not knowing it had a sizeable amount in it and now having serious reaction. Really don't trust new pharmacist that he gave me correct one. I was taking an yellow oval pill - this one is white oblong. Thank you very mjuch!

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