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Review: could Diamox cause Pancreatic cancer (Pancreatic carcinoma)?





Summary: there is no Pancreatic cancer reported by people who take Diamox yet.

We study 1,902 people who have side effects while taking Diamox from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Pancreatic cancer and more.

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Diamox

Diamox has active ingredients of acetazolamide. It is often used in pseudotumor cerebri. (latest outcomes from Diamox 2,048 users)

Pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer (pancreatic cancer) has been reported by people with type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, pancreatic carcinoma.(latest reports from Pancreatic cancer 7,454 patients)

On Dec, 20, 2014: No report is found

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  • Does acetazolamide help with intra nasal ketamine controlling your pain longer? (1 answer)
    (Asked by a 45 year old woman who has RSD, Chronic Lyme Disease, Fibromyalgia, Excessive Sleepiness, Stabbing Scapular Pain, and takes Ketamine Hydrochloride, Acetazolamide, Fentanyl, Advil Liqui-gels, Gabapentin)
    Thinking of having Ketamine infusion to reboot my Central Nervous System. I have been taking it in liquid form & nasally for the last year. Some relief but doesn't last! If I don't have RSD can it do me more harm than good??? Thank you for helping end the pain, I hope.
  • If your daughter had 3.6mm fibroadenoma would you have it removed?
    (Asked by a 28 year old woman who has Intractable Seizure Disorder, Mental Retardation, Cerebral Palsy, Osteoporosis, Fibroadenoma, and takes Depakote, Carbatrol, Klonopin, Acetazolamide, Calcium)
    My daughter is 27 yrs. old on a 2 yr old level. She is on Depo Provera inj. to "stop" that time of month due to the seizures that are promoted from the hormone changes. When she was 16 yrs. old she had a 5 lumps in her breast and we thought that the injection was a problem. We took a "holiday" from ...
  • Does keppra negatively affect distant runners? does it lower their stamina?
    (Asked by a 16 year old girl who has Epilepsy, and takes Diamox, Keppra)
    My 16 year old daughter plays soccer and is now trying to run cross country. She clearly "runs out of gas" quicker than the other girls. She's very athletic, 5'4" 115 lbs. She is trying out for cross country but can't keep up. She's very determined, but I'm sure frustrated, although she doesn't show ...
  • I'm taking acetazolamide and i get the tingling in feet and hands
    (Asked by a 53 year old woman who has Glaucoma, and takes Acetazolamide)
    I'm just trying to find out if the tingling I'm having in my feet and hands from taking Acetazolamide is hurting my nerves or something?
  • Are there any adverse reactions between atripla and diamox?
    (Asked by a 51 year old man who has Hiv Antibody Positive , and takes Atripla , Diamox)
    Planning a trip to a very high mountain elevation. Was told by my Dr that altitude medication may have an adverse effect on my HIV med Atripla. Is this true? OR is it safe to take it? Thank you, George

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