had this drug administered in feb 2008 for a routine ct urogram beause of a trace of blood found in urine during routine physical.24 hrs. later i was in ER with rapid pulse,muscle twitching,the list is endless.
Did tinnitus go away after stopping clarithromycin? I suffer from tolerable tinnitus, on the second day of Clarithromycin the tinnitus got much worse.
I'm taking the drug for H pyloris.
Has anyone had this experience and if so, will the tinnitus go back to its usual sound after I stop?
What are the long term effects of methotrexate I was on Methotrexate for about a year and started to have side effect,lesions not healing on my skin and in my mouth. WBC and RBC were low, liver enzymes were high. I developed weakness and not able to do my job at work. Now I have been off it for 10 months and had a TIA in March. Weakness and co ...
Please i just want someone to talk to.. i have nowhere else to turn (1 response) Idk if this is the right site for me.. But idk what to do.. My gp won't help me. Last year my sister comited suicide. I found her, tryed to save her but I couldn't.. And ever since then I mumble when I talk I am incontinent, I can't meet new people cause I just wet myself.. I can't remember what I d ...
Joint pain/depression/thinking unclear I've been on Effexor 75mg. for 8 month's and recently have been decreasing this amount so that I can safely stop taking this all together. I believe that in the beginning month's of taking it, it had helped with my hot-flashes and anxiety. A few month's ago I've noticed that it isn't helping my anxi ...
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