Who have Keratomileusis with Tuzistra xr - from FDA reports
There is no Keratomileusis reported by people who take Tuzistra xr yet. This review analyzes which people have Keratomileusis with Tuzistra xr. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA, and is updated regularly.
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Tuzistra xr has active ingredients of chlorpheniramine polistirex; codeine polistirex. (latest outcomes from Tuzistra xr 16 users)
Keratomileusis has been reported by people with birth control, breast cancer metastatic, breast cancer, hypercalcaemia, hair loss (latest reports from 158 Keratomileusis patients).
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