Urocit-k, Aciphex, Glipizide, Ambien for a 60-year old man
This is a study of Urocit-k, Aciphex, Glipizide, Ambien for a 60 year old male patient who has Stones - kidney, Acid Reflux, Diabetes Mellitus Non-insulin-dependent, Insomnia. The study is created by eHealthMe based on 266 male patients aged 60 (±5) who take the drugs from FDA and social media.
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On Apr, 7, 2014: 266 males aged 56 (±5) who reported to have interactions when taking Urocit-k, Aciphex, Glipizide, Ambien are studied
Information of the patient in this study:
Conditions: Stones - kidney, Acid Reflux, Diabetes Mellitus Non-insulin-dependent, Insomnia
- Urocit-k - 10MEQ (potassium citrate): used for 2 - 5 years
- Aciphex (rabeprazole sodium): used for 1 - 6 months
- Glipizide - 10MG (glipizide): used for 1 - 2 years
- Ambien - 10MG (zolpidem tartrate): used for 6 - 12 months
eHealthMe real world results:
Most common interactions experienced by males aged 56 (±5) in the use of Urocit-k, Aciphex, Glipizide, Ambien:
|Interaction||Number of reports|
|Arthralgia (joint pain)||96|
|Renal Failure (kidney dysfunction)||94|
|Diabetes Mellitus (diabetes, caused by a deficiency of the pancreatic hormone insulin)||94|
|Myocardial Infarction (destruction of heart tissue resulting from obstruction of the blood supply to the heart muscle)||93|
|Fatigue (feeling of tiredness)||64|
|Cardiac Failure Congestive||62|
|Pleural Effusion (water on the lungs)||60|
Most common interactions experienced by males aged 56 (±5) in long term use of Urocit-k, Aciphex, Glipizide, Ambien:
|Interaction||Number of reports|
|Myelofibrosis (a disease in which abnormal blood cells and fibres build up inside the bone marrow)||3|
|Blood Hiv Rna||2|
How effective are the drugs for males aged 56 (±5):
|not at all||somewhat||moderate||high||very high|
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Related drug interaction studies:
- Urocit-k and Ambien drug interactions (66 reports)
- Aciphex and Glipizide drug interactions (296 reports)
- Aciphex and Ambien drug interactions (1,219 reports)
- Aciphex and Urocit-k drug interactions (46 reports)
- Glipizide and Ambien drug interactions (1,090 reports)
- Glipizide and Urocit-k drug interactions (29 reports)
Drug effectiveness in real world:
- Urocit-k for Stones - Kidney reported by 15 people (updated 1 day ago)
- Aciphex for Acid Reflux reported by 258 people (updated 6 hours ago)
- Glipizide for Diabetes Mellitus Non-insulin-dependent reported by 110 people (updated 18 hours ago)
- Ambien for Insomnia reported by 1,403 people (updated 18 hours ago)
Complete drug side effects:
- Acid Reflux (50 drugs in 7,923 reports) (updated 6 hours ago)
- Diabetes Mellitus Non-insulin-dependent (42 drugs in 1,543 reports) (updated 1 day ago)
- Insomnia (95 drugs in 6,608 reports) (updated 14 hours ago)
- Stones - Kidney (13 drugs in 130 reports) (updated 2 weeks ago)
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I am not having regular orgasms. Lately for the past month, not at all. What can I do or take that could help me? I am
Gary Dunn on Oct, 22, 2012:
Gary Dunn you can find me on the internet everywhere, I am 58 years old and enjoy sex and orgasm twice a day with my wife of twenty years. If you are having trouble and it is not a physical disability, might I suggest, as I am not a doctor, that you try stabilizing your love making environment: remove any TV or electronic gadgets from the bedroom, make sure that you have the room temperature just a little cool, around 68, with blankets to cover as needed. No distractions, meaning a low light, with the windows completely covered or closed. Add a little water to your diet before you engage your partner, and take a multi-vitamin at least twice a day, and a low dose aspirin, as well as stay supported with a protein shake. Doing these simple things will make sure that you are comfortable and enjoy the moment. I don't suggest that you try other or none familiar activities to spice up your nights as only stability and security have a positive mental impact on orgasm. You can eat spicy foods, and but I strongly suggest staying away from drugs, alcohol, and defiantly sugar as they all have the same burden on the liver. The rest is difficult, if you need to indulge in fantasy try imagining sex with your mate, wow - that may sound strange but what better way to tell your mind that things are wonderful. After all when you tell yourself stuff, it tends to materialize in the real world. If you ever wonder why pray works it is because it bypasses the filters that are self-addressed, and thus work effectively on re-programming our subconscious, if you believe in God, and think that he can help, pray as it has the exact same effect on your mind. A gazillion years ago wise men and scholars and leader got this figured out, but now we all know so it works and we use this method. OK I should ask what age you are, but orgasm has no upper limit, besides death, it is mostly mental, and very little physical. Rock on of rock off as the case may be. Garydunn88@aol.com
mats on Dec, 15, 2012:
Try a dating night with your wife. you have to act like she is someone that got you excited when you seen her in a store. and thought I wonder if she would go out with me. so you have to pretend that you are cheating on your wife to keep the excitement of having an affair with a new lady. make several phone call to her have phone Sex. call her when you two r at home phone SEX AGAIN. get those juices flowing. You never no til you try every thing. They always say when you no you can't have something you work harder to try to get what you want. It works every time.
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