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From FDA reports: drug interactions between Flonase, Fluocinonide, Tamsulosin Hcl, Glimepiride, Furosemide, Metformin Hcl, Lovaza, Elta Skin Cream, Domeboro, Baclofen, Voltaren, Pantoprazole, Coreg, Crestor, Meloxicam, Trimethoprim, Potassium Chloride, Indapamide, Golimumab, Aspirin for a Male patient aged 66

This is a personalized study for a 66 year old male patient. The study is created by eHealthMe based on reports of 5 people who take the same drugs and have drug interactionsfrom FDA.

On Nov, 1, 2014: 5 people who reported to have interactions when taking Flonase, Fluocinonide, Tamsulosin Hcl, Glimepiride, Furosemide, Metformin Hcl, Lovaza, Elta Skin Cream, Domeboro, Baclofen, Voltaren, Pantoprazole, Coreg, Crestor, Meloxicam, Trimethoprim, Potassium Chloride, Indapamide, Golimumab, Aspirin are studied

Trend of Flonase, Fluocinonide, Tamsulosin Hcl, Glimepiride, Furosemide, Metformin Hcl, Lovaza, Elta Skin Cream, Domeboro, Baclofen, Voltaren, Pantoprazole, Coreg, Crestor, Meloxicam, Trimethoprim, Potassium Chloride, Indapamide, Golimumab, Aspirin's drug interactions, side effects, and effectiveness reports (7977195)

Information of the patient in this study:

Age: 66

Gender: male

Conditions: Sinusitis, Rash, Prostatomegaly, Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension, Blood Cholesterol, Muscle Relaxant Therapy, Arthralgia, Abdominal Distension, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Cardiac Disorder

Drugs taking:
- Flonase
- Fluocinonide
- Tamsulosin Hcl
- Glimepiride
- Furosemide
- Metformin Hcl
- Lovaza
- Elta Skin Cream
- Domeboro
- Baclofen
- Voltaren
- Pantoprazole
- Coreg
- Crestor
- Meloxicam
- Trimethoprim
- Potassium Chloride
- Indapamide
- Golimumab
- Golimumab: used for 2 - 5 years
- Aspirin

Drug interactions have: Prostate Cancer

eHealthMe real world results:

Comparison with this patient's adverse outcomes among males aged 66 (±5):

InteractionNumber of reports
Prostate Cancer5 (100.00%)

Most common interactions experienced by males aged 66 (±5) in the use of Flonase, Fluocinonide, Tamsulosin Hcl, Glimepiride, Furosemide, Metformin Hcl, Lovaza, Elta Skin Cream, Domeboro, Baclofen, Voltaren, Pantoprazole, Coreg, Crestor, Meloxicam, Trimethoprim, Potassium Chloride, Indapamide, Golimumab, Aspirin:

InteractionNumber of reports
Prostate Cancer5
Drug Hypersensitivity5

Most common interactions experienced by males aged 66 (±5) in long term use of Flonase, Fluocinonide, Tamsulosin Hcl, Glimepiride, Furosemide, Metformin Hcl, Lovaza, Elta Skin Cream, Domeboro, Baclofen, Voltaren, Pantoprazole, Coreg, Crestor, Meloxicam, Trimethoprim, Potassium Chloride, Indapamide, Golimumab, Aspirin:

InteractionNumber of reports
Prostate Cancer5
Drug Hypersensitivity5

For people in general (regardless of gender or age):

Comparison with this patient's adverse outcomes:

InteractionNumber of reports
Prostate Cancer5 (100.00%)

Most common interactions experienced by people in the use of Flonase, Fluocinonide, Tamsulosin Hcl, Glimepiride, Furosemide, Metformin Hcl, Lovaza, Elta Skin Cream, Domeboro, Baclofen, Voltaren, Pantoprazole, Coreg, Crestor, Meloxicam, Trimethoprim, Potassium Chloride, Indapamide, Golimumab, Aspirin:

InteractionNumber of reports
Prostate Cancer5
Drug Hypersensitivity5

Most common interactions experienced by people in long term use of Flonase, Fluocinonide, Tamsulosin Hcl, Glimepiride, Furosemide, Metformin Hcl, Lovaza, Elta Skin Cream, Domeboro, Baclofen, Voltaren, Pantoprazole, Coreg, Crestor, Meloxicam, Trimethoprim, Potassium Chloride, Indapamide, Golimumab, Aspirin:

InteractionNumber of reports
Prostate Cancer5
Drug Hypersensitivity5

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More questions for: Abdominal Distension, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Arthralgia, Aspirin, Baclofen, Blood Cholesterol, Cardiac Disorder, Coreg, Crestor, Diabetes Mellitus, Domeboro, Flonase, Fluocinonide, Furosemide, Glimepiride, Hypertension, Indapamide, Lovaza, Meloxicam, Muscle Relaxant Therapy, Pantoprazole, Potassium Chloride, Prostate Cancer, Prostatomegaly, Rash, Sinusitis, Trimethoprim, Voltaren

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More reviews for: Abdominal Distension, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Arthralgia, Aspirin, Baclofen, Blood Cholesterol, Cardiac Disorder, Coreg, Crestor, Diabetes Mellitus, Domeboro, Flonase, Fluocinonide, Furosemide, Glimepiride, Hypertension, Indapamide, Lovaza, Meloxicam, Muscle Relaxant Therapy, Pantoprazole, Potassium Chloride, Prostate Cancer, Prostatomegaly, Rash, Sinusitis, Trimethoprim, Voltaren

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