Active ingredients: montelukast sodium
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I was recently diagnosed with CLL. I did not have any history of slightly elevated white blood cell count (19,000). My last unrelated blood work up for angiogram which very little blockage, not reguireing treatment. Also had adnormal bone marrow biopsy result. Started taking COQ10 stortly before starting blood work up for night sweats, hot flashes and weight loss. If COQ10 is cause of CLL diagnose, how long before COQ10 leaves my body and can side effects of COQ10 be reversed?
Excessive sweating, especially of my scalp, face, neck to the point that it runs off of my chin. When I walk from a fairly cool room (72 degrees) into a warmer room (80 degrees) the sweat starts rolling out of my hair, going into my eyes!! I'm a 58 year old female and have had this horrible problem for about 2 years now. My GP wants me to see a neurologist because he thinks I could possibly have Multiple Sclerosis. I have had an MRI that showed brain lesions. I will see another neurologist as my GP wants me to. I have other signs/ symptoms of multiple sclerosis as well. I was wondering if any of you have excessive sweating and if the doctors have diagnosed you yet. Thank you, Coleene Preston
My 3.5 years old daughter has been experiecing an involutional comunication problem which started 4 months ago. In the begining, she had allucinations that we believe was related to the montelukast - she had been taken it for at least 2 years. Does anybody in the group have psycotic problems related to this drug? How was it? Did the symptons stop fast as soon as you quit the drug? Waiting for your answer, thank you in advance.
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My son is 7 years now and he was taking singulair for almost 4 years but he stopped it eventually and he suffers now from alopecia areata. Is taking singulair related to have alopecia areata? and if so,? If he stopped taking singulair his hair will return back again?
Been put on this med to help with chronic urticatia nothing is working to take hives away i am a bit scared because of all these bad side affects also suffer with allergies to some medications any help or advise please
Hello Everyone, my name is Robbi Vee and I live in the Washington, DC area. I am prior military, now am a military spouse. I am also a thyroid cancer survivor of 10 years-WHOOHOO! However, I am still dealing will the ongoing challenges and frustrations of weight management! I am truly hoping I can be of encouragement to others who are also struggling with health and or weight issues. I am coming from an ER nursing background, and just recently graduated with a secondary degree in Nutrition science minoring in Complementary and Alternative Medicine. I am looking forward to all the discussions we will have in this group! Blessings, Robbi
I am getting severe soreness and muscle aches and have been taking singular for about one year. I am interested in knowing if anyone else feels this or should I explore other reasons for this worsening soreness in my joints.
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