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Pyridium has active ingredients of phenazopyridine hydrochloride. It is often used in urinary tract infection. (latest outcomes from Pyridium 620 users)
Ibs (irritable bowel syndrome -chronic abdominal pain, discomfort, bloating) has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, constipation, drug ineffective, abdominal pain, diarrhea (latest reports from 21,911 Ibs patients).
On Sep, 25, 2016
No report is found.
I am 5 months benzo (Xanax) free. I have taken lexapro in the past for 5 months, but am free of that as well. I have a myriad of withdrawal symptoms from Xanax. In this 5th month I have developed FSAD. I think I may have had this going way back but it never occurred to me that the sensations were this disorder. I always thought I was getting a UTI but when I got tested, there was usually no infection. Pyridium always helped. So now these feelings are back and I wanted to know if pyridium would help or make it worse People are saying the disorder could be caused by those who have a history of taking pyridium. I have accompanying anal pain. History: my mom was diagnosed with vulvadinia in her late 70's. She suffered so! I am 65yo.
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Hi, I took mirtazapine for around 6 years. I began to get tummy troubles, like diarrhoea, ibs around 3 years ago. I wonder if it is caused by this medication. Have been off it for 4 weeks now. Still get ibs, loose Bowells and worry if this is permanent.
I am 5 months benzo (Xanax) free. I have taken lexapro in the past for 5 months, but am free of that as well. I have a myriad of withdrawal symptoms from Xanax. In this 5th month I have developed FSAD. I think I may have had this going way back but it never occurred to me that the sensations ...
Since having the mirena placed, I have had terrible gi problems. Pain is mostly on the left side, and also have tons of rumbling gas and spasms. I do not do well with hormones, which is why I chose the mirena to begin with. Could the small amount of progesterone in it be causing all these ...
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