I'm experiencing loss of taste and very dry skin I'm taking Crestor, Lisinopril, Omeprazole, Bystolic and Vitamin D and am experiencing loss of taste and extremely dry skin. Any thoughts or suggestions on how to determine which if any particular drug is causing?
Does losartan kill the effects of medical marijuana? I am in my second week of taking Losartan, and I have been using edible medical marijuana for three years to help me get to sleep due to chronic back pain. The Losartan seems to be nullifying the effects of the marijuana, and now I have insomnia.
Norvasc is ruining my life after going on the medication merry-go-round I ended up with NORVASC. starting with twice daily 5mg. life became a hell with serious side effects. to add insult to injury I'm suffering now from hallucinations which causing a serious upset in my marriage! I've reduced myself to 2.5mg in the morning a ...
Ampicillin and wellbutrin interaction I've recently added 5mg of amlopidine for HBP. I'm also on a low dose of Wellbutrin for anxiety. I'm noticing that I am very tired all the time. No drive! It's frustrating because I'm normally very outgoing. Also I'm noticing that I have a difficult time going to sleep at night and staying asleep. I ...
Advice on where to turn? Please Help.
My sister was diagnosed with a boarderline personality disorder 13 years ago. She has took so many overdoses i have lost count.
She has a son of 16 who my parents brought up due to my sister only being 16 when she gave birth. At that time she could not cope.
She has ...
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