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Verapamil hydrochloride has active ingredients of verapamil hydrochloride. It is often used in high blood pressure. (latest outcomes from Verapamil hydrochloride 3,020 users)
Yellow jacket sting has been reported by people with dry mouth, hives, back pain, bone pain or tenderness, chest pain (latest reports from 99 Yellow jacket sting patients).
On Aug, 26, 2016
No report is found.
I was put on verapamil in 2010 for psvt. Diagnosed with enlarged cirrhotic-appearing congested liver suggestive of right heart failure in 2013. Three heart doctors since then say heart is fine but to continue verapamil. Also have experienced severe hives/anaphylactic reactions, kidney stones, blood cell irregularities, severe GI issues with 80 pd. weight loss, seizures, and severe reactive polyarthritis, all for unknown reasons since on verapamil, but I'm not sure if these symptoms are related to verapamil. Still given no help or explanation for my shocked/congested liver.
I want to lose some weight (about 40 pounds). I have essential hypertension, chronic kidney disease (no dialysis, no medication), and occasional gout for which I take Allopurinol. I have a new bottle of Garcinia Cambogia and want to know if it will have any adverse interaction with the drugs I ...
I am on Benecar 40mg and Verapamil capsules 260mg. for high blood pressure. I have gotten a big stomach and rapid weight gain and severe constipation since taking this verapamil and it really isn't lowering my blood pressure anymore. My wife says it makes me sleepy??
I was put on verapamil in 2010 for psvt. Diagnosed with enlarged cirrhotic-appearing congested liver suggestive of right heart failure in 2013. Three heart doctors since then say heart is fine but to continue verapamil. Also have experienced severe hives/anaphylactic reactions, kidney stones, ...
I have been diagnosed with AS, and I'm wondering if a scorpion sting will really put it in remission? I'd do it if it would work. I get stung by bees all the time, and it's not so bad. Anyone here have first hand info?
I was stung by a sting ray nearly two years ago while surfing on holiday in Australia. I had a severe allergic reaction and ended up on steroids, antibiotics, anti histamines etc... but when the course of the drugs finished the wound flared up again, by this time I was back in the UK. the Dcs ...
This is the first spring season that I'm taking methimazole and want to know if these bug bites are related as it has never happened to me before. I walk outside and come home with 5-7 bites all over my arms. I'm in awe as doctors cannot help me. Thank you.
Diagnosed 10 days ago with blood clots in calf thigh and pulmunory embolisms I'm both lungs.Taking 80mg of verapamil 3 times a day for the last 8 weeks.Pain in calf started after flight to Gold Coast 2 weeks ago.Now on Predaxa 150mg twice a day for rest of life.
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