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Cardiac catheterization can be treated by Plavix, Aspirin, Metoprolol succinate, Atenolol, Metoprolol tartrate (latest reports from 54 Cardiac catheterization patients)
Swollen lymph nodes (swelling of lymph nodes) has been reported by people with fatigue (latest reports from 253 Swollen lymph nodes patients).
On Jul, 30, 2016
No report is found.
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I started out with a cold, no fever, and taking zicam which works wonders. Now my gland just under my jaw bone close to my ear hurts when I cough. I was wondering if I can take azithromycin while on dilatin for seizures.
I used Advair several years ago, and took myself off, as I felt it had caused me to lose my singing voice. I have just been put on Symbicort, and am having throat issues, phlegm and hoarseness by the afternoon. I reported this, and was instructed to use a spacer, which seemed to help at first, ...
Hi I've just started taking letrozole for a reocurrance of breast cancer one breast is very sore and swollen and the lymph node under my are has poped up and painful also my supraclavicular nodes anyone same experience thank you
I'm currently on Prozac and have developed chipmunk cheeks for lack of a better term. Has anyone ever experienced this before. It's my lower cheeks closer to my jaw bone and back towards my ears that are very swollen.
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