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I have been getting frequent colds since going on Neurontin and just recently found out a side?

Posted 12 Oct 2016 by Jane234 0 answers

... effect is viral infections. Does anyone know why neurontin would result in susceptibility to viruses?

Was it a viral infection that I had?

Posted 18 Aug 2016 by Susana419204 0 answers

This sickness has gone and passed for me but I had it for two weeks. It started off as just a cold but later got worse. My coughing got so bad, it kept me up most of the night. I had a fever for almost a week straight. About 101.3-101.7 average. It broke one day but later that night, it came back ...

Tegretol and blood issues?

Posted 29 May 2016 by Paintedgold 2 answers

I have been on Tegretol for 3 weeks and last week I had terrible itchy hives all over my body which my doctor said was just a viral infection. I took some antihistamines and it helped. I now have red/purple spots on my left shoulder. Has this happened to anyone else on Tegretol? Should I ask my ...

Should a person take Ibuprofen to reduce fever if they are taking Tramadol Hydrochloride?

Posted 25 Dec 2013 by jdoehling 2 answers

Tramadol appears to be a pain reducer but does not seem to address the fever that may accompany a viral infection. Looking for something to help with the fever but worried about interaction with the Tramadol.

Can giving my 9yr daughter zofran for vomiting cause future issues?

Posted 20 May 2015 by deedrinhouser 2 answers

My 9yr old daughter was in the hospital due to sevee abdominal pain and vommitting. They thought it was appendicitis but her lymph nodes were swollen from a viral infection. She was given zofran, they said will reduce vomiting. It made her feel more nauseated. She broke out in hive complainedof ...

Is it normal for body temp to change drastically throughout the day?

Posted 9 May 2015 by mustardmaster 1 answer

Out of boredom and curiosity I decided to take my oral temperature every 20 minutes as I go about my day, and so far my temperature has dipped and drifted from a near-hypothermic 96.2 to a low fever of 99.7 and back. I just had a tetanus shot after receiving a deep wound on my arm that I ...

Guaifenesin DM - I have been told that I have a viral infection in my. I have tried mucinex?

Posted 15 Jul 2014 by helpmemed 2 answers

... and cough drops but still have sore throat. Doctor said it just has to go away by itself. I can't relieve the pain

Advair Diskus - Have been coughing all night with viral infection. Will my Advair 100/50 help with?

Posted 1 Feb 2014 by Litten 1 answer

... breathing in this situation? I am quite congested

Mirtazapine - really sleepy in the morning?

Posted 23 Oct 2013 by xrachykinsx 2 answers

I had a really bad viral infection about a week ago and it prevented me from sleeping due to bad sinus pain... I then found once my symptoms were gone that I was still struggling to sleep... I literally could not fall asleep and the more and more I thought about it..the more anxious and panicky I ...

Vigamox .05 - what if it is a viral eye infection?

Posted 16 Mar 2013 by mom2bodie 1 answer

In reading about Vigamox, it is used for bacterial eye infections. What if the eye infection is a viral infection? Would there be any problems caused to the eye if the medication was used on a viral infection?

I am getting ready to start Benysta but had a set back with Norovirus. I missed 2 weeks of work?

Posted 27 Jan 2013 by Lilmamatj 1 answer

From a virus that should have resolved in 24-48hrs. Scared to start therapy for fear of dying from viral infection. Has anyone ecperienced any life threatening infections while on Benlysta?

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