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Latent tuberculosis (hidden tuberculosis) can be treated by Isoniazid, Rifampin, Pyridoxine, Rifampin and isoniazid, Ethambutol hydrochloride (latest reports from 598 Latent tuberculosis patients)
Erectile dysfunction has been reported by people with drug ineffective, erection increased, erection problems, optic ischaemic neuropathy, high blood pressure (latest reports from 35,147 Erectile dysfunction patients).
On Aug, 28, 2016
No report is found.
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I was just diagnosed with ltbi. I have no idea how I came into contact with this. I was supposed to start college in a few months to become a medical lab assistant, and I'm wondering if this is going to destroy my chances in working in medical field. Have my first doctor's appointment on Mon, guess I'll know what treatment to start then.
Hi guys. For the last few days, Mild pain Under the testicles, sometimes pain changes Location towards Anal Region and Between the Testicles and Anal Region. Mild burning on the tip of the Penis (Sometimes). Erectile Dysfunction, Low Libido, and Sudden Drop in Testosterone level. Mild burning ...
I found lately that I have hypertension with microalbuminurea, so the doctor prescribed to me anti-hypertensive drug called APROVEL(irbesartan) 300mg to protect the kidneys and overactive bladder(poly-urea) and prescribed also to me vesicare 5 mg since I was giving the vesicare I have noticed ...
Last year in my ecg sinus bradycardia was detected. Although i am an active healthy male with no medications, my doctor ignored the situation saying it must be healthy for me. However recently i have noticed i have small level of erectile dysfunction. Is there anything i should do. Or is it just ...
I am 11 mo.s from transplant, blood test have shown decline in blood count since mo. 4.I don't see doc. only N.P. I am worried unnecessary test being done on me due to lack of experience. please advise. Thank You
Hi, I had my first seizure in 2010, another in 2012 and the last one this past February. I am on 100mg Dilantin 3X a day since then and have recently experienced ED, maybe 2 months ago. I am very frustrated by this and looked into Viagra but then found info on the Internet saying some people in ...
I understand the incidence of Atorvastatin calcium causing ED is about 1 in a thousand. 1, How can I be sure I'm one of the1 in a thousand? 2. Are there alternates to this medicine that do what it is supposed to do and that does not cause ED? Thanks
I'm interested to know if others are experiencing ED since they got PMR...and if that's down to the PMR or as I suspect the Prednisone....the other main side effect I experiencing is insomnia, which must be the drugs rather than the condition...three years ago I was working out every day, ...
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