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Question: Can ginko biloba120 mg and b 12 500 mg be taken together

Asked by christine on Jul, 17, 2013 at 7:46 pm
Age: 45   Gender: female
Conditions: Tinnitus
Medications: Zolpidem Tartrate
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went to bed one night woke up with ringing in right ear only, 1 week later anxiety started, also could not fall asleep so i was put on sleeping pills ..... nausea lost of weight bloating, and pressure followed... MRI was good, ear test scored 100 on both ears, blood test was done and they found the H pylori bacteria so i've been on prevpac medication for the past 5 days had the ringing for 1 month now and the sound changes and at times seems like it want to reconnect or something ???? other than that i'm in perfect health, i have a GI appointment soon so they can look in my my stomach....

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