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Managing Common Side Effects of Medications Patient Assistance

6/15/2014
01:45 | Author: Kayla Henderson

Common side effects of medication
Managing Common Side Effects of Medications Patient Assistance

WILL I GET A SIDE EFFECT? Almost all drugs used to treat any type of disease can cause side effects. This does not mean that everyone who takes a drug will.

ACTIONS YOU CAN TAKE.

It is helpful to know what you should do about a possible side effect from the start. You should also know which side effects are safe to treat yourself and when to contact your healthcare provider. There are simple steps you can take to manage common side effects:

Almost all drugs used to treat any type of disease can cause side effects. This does not mean that everyone who takes a drug will experience side effects. It is hard to predict whether you will or will not experience a side effect.

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7 Common Side Effects of Erectile Dysfunction Medications

4/14/2014
03:50 | Author: David Perry

Common side effects of medication
7 Common Side Effects of Erectile Dysfunction Medications

While erectile dysfunction medications can be a boost in the bedroom, there are some common side effects to learn about before asking for a.

Taking medicine can be a pain, and this may be especially the case when treating erectile dysfunction. Some patients experience muscle aches and general body aches, while others report lower back pain. According to the Mayo Clinic, Cialis is the primary culprit of such side effects out of all ED medications. Over-the-counter pain medication can help alleviate aches and pains, but make sure you ask a doctor before use.

Your ED medications can also cause uncomfortable gastrointestinal ailments. The most common are indigestion and diarrhea.

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Drug and Medication Side Effects FAQ

12/23/2014
05:25 | Author: Kayla Henderson

Common side effects of medication
Drug and Medication Side Effects FAQ

Some side effects may be severe, while others may be mild and of little concern. Learn about the most common drug side effects, what to ask your healthcare.

If you are not given drug fact sheet or a medication guide, ask your pharmacist. And, if you have any questions about your medications, ask the expert, your pharmacist!

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Along with its intended results, a drug may cause a number of unwanted side effects. These effects can happen when you start a new medication, decrease or increase the dose of a medication, or when you stop using a medication.

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What are side effects - Medical News Today

10/22/2014
03:20 | Author: David Perry

Common side effects of medication
What are side effects - Medical News Today

With medications (drugs), if side effects do occur they will tend to do so. The most common non-severe or mild side effects from taking drugs.

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5 Unexpected Side Effects Of Common Medications - Huffington Post

8/21/2014
01:15 | Author: Kayla Henderson

Common side effects of medication
5 Unexpected Side Effects Of Common Medications - Huffington Post

Even the most-studied, widely prescribed drugs can have unwanted side effects, like stomach upset, drowsiness and fatigue. It's the price we.

"The changes are different in women and men," Dr. Ellis Unger of the Food and Drug Administration's Office of Drug Evaluation recently told ABCNews.com. "We don't understand why yet, but women are more susceptible to next-morning impairment." In January, the agency advised doctors to reduce the prescribed dose of Ambien for women from 10 mg to 5, and from 12.5 mg to 6.25 mg for extended-release products like Ambien CR.

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