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Tylenol vs Advil: What's the difference?

Posted 15 Sep 2016 1 answerFAQ by

Tylenol and Advil are both used for pain relief but is one more effective than the other or has less of a risk of side effects?

Is it possible to safely consume alcohol while taking bupropion?

Posted 15 Jul 2016 by User2021 4 answers

I will be celebrating my 21st birthday in about 4 months and was put on bupropion about a month ago. I am very aware of the risk of seizing when mixing alcohol and bupropion. I have found the new medication to be extremely helpful in improving my mental health but I also don't want to miss out ...

Amitriptyline (Elavil) Sun Exposure?

Posted 21 Dec 2016 by Sholtohaggart 4 answers

I'm taking 20mg at night and would like to know if I need to take extra precautions in the sun. I read that there is a risk but is that only with higher doses? Any help welcome, thanks.

How long does it take for tamoxifen to clear out of your system?

Posted 15 Dec 2016 by Tearl56 1 answer

I'm a 59 yr old woman with a history of estrogen receptive breast cancer. My Dr. Told me that after 5 and a half years, I could go off of tamoxifen. My risk of my breast cancer returning was only 2.3 percent. After 6 months of being off of it, I'm still having several hot flashes per day. ...

Hashimoto's Disease - What, if any, are the risks with having a sore throat with hashimotos?

Posted 19 Sep 2016 by Mechell1971 2 answers

I have a cough with a very sore throat, it feels like its hard to breathe, my neck feels tight and the more I cough the tighter it seems to be getting - problem is, I suffer from hashimotos thyroiditis. Should I be alarmed? Do I need to go to the doctor?

Is there an alternative for metoprolol?

Posted 7 Dec 2016 by Carriebear2 1 answer

I have a congenital valve defect that results in my aortic valve not closing completely, leaking, and have been taking metoprolol for several years. I recently learned that there is an increased risk of acute angle-closure glaucoma which may lead to vision loss when metoprolol is taken with my ...

Could the progesterone in Plan B increase chance of pregnancy?

Posted 2 Jan 2017 by Fuudruckers 3 answers

So my boyfriend didn't actually insert but fooled around outside my vagina and did some finger penetration, and I am terrified of getting pregnant and don't want to take any risks so I took plan b just in case. The only thing is that I believe I have already ovulated/that was on my day of ...

Is it safe to drink one bottle of Magnesium Citrate each week?

Posted 29 Jan 2018 by Dmarie123 0 answers

Wanting to know if I am at risk of overdose, or serious complications, if I drink one Magnesium Citrate per week?

Estrace Vaginal Cream - Can woman have sex same time with treatment with that helps or is there...

Posted 9 days ago by Huda yousif 1 answer

... any risk issue or problem and if there is anything or if there risk or problem can you explain what are the risks or problem

Sertraline - SSRI - Serotonin Syndrome Risks?

Posted 13 Apr 2017 by Rockhopper92 2 answers

Hi, I've been on 50mg daily of Sertraline and have been now for about 5 or 6 days. A couple of years ago I took Fluoxetine for a few months with no issues. However Sertralien is making me feel dizzy, breathless, more anxious and generally very crappy. I sort of expected this as I don't ...

Plan B - What if you took the pill 4 days after?

Posted 13 Aug 2017 by Merrylittle 1 answer

Would i still be at risk?

Missed Last Active Pill, Started New Pack Day Early but then Skipped One, Any Pregnancy Risk?

Posted 16 Feb 2016 by Kittykat13 1 answer

Hi ladies, your help is appreciated! Kind of wigged out. I'm on Azurette (21 days of active pills, 7 placebo days). Due to the weekend coming and seeing my boyfriend, I wanted to make my period come earlier, and I did NOT take my last active pill. My period came a day early and lasted 3 days ...

Paxil: What Time To Take?

Posted 30 Aug 2017 by Sarah_98 3 answers

I was just prescribed Paxil for depression and I'm wondering what time of day would work best for me. I'm a college student with class from 8-11am and 10-1pm and don't want to risk having to miss because of side effects. I was on Zoloft last year and had bad nausea for the first 2 ...

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