I have bought a drug book and those always have the side effects and ingredients in them, you can get them in your local pharmacy most of the time. If not ask your pharmacist for a print out on the drug they will give you one. Most over the counter drugs have them on the bottle or box they come in. Hope this helps answer your question. Happy reading.
You can also go to the tool bar and click on "Drugs A to Z. Look it up by typing the med. At the bottom of each page, it runs alphabetically. Look it up that way rather than clicking on the med at the top. It will then pull up "professional" or "concise" or "detailed." Hard to explain but you can get very detailed info on this site.
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