2788 results for "pain"

Levonorgestrel (Intrauterine)

For example, patients may experience the following side-effects once the Levonorgestrel device has been implanted: Blemishes on the skin...
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Naratriptan (Oral)

It works on the brain to relieve the pain and other symptoms (such as vomiting, nausea, and sensitivity to sound and light) caused by chronic...
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Fenofibrate (oral)

If you experience any health changes such as those listed below, get in touch with your physician right away: Fever...
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Amiodarone (Intravenous)

Shortness of breath Cough Trembling or shaking of the hands Fainting, lightheadedness, dizziness...
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Buprenorphine (Buccal Mucosa, Sublingual)

Buprenorphine works by numbing the central nervous system to relieve the pain, or prevent withdrawal symptoms. Overview Buprenorphine is a very strong, prescription...
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Ciprofloxacin (Intravenous)

Arm and leg pain should warrant a trip to the doctor, and the same is true if pain occurs on the back of the knee...
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Clomipramine (oral)

Overview Classified as a tricyclic antidepressant, Clomipramine can be given to patients who are diagnosed with major depressive disorder, chronic pain and/or panic disorder....
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Vardenafil (Oral)

For example, check with a doctor right away in case of the following side effects while using this drug: blindness,...
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Zolmitriptan (Oral)

A selective serotonin receptor antagonist, Zolmitriptan stops pain signals from being sent to the brain. Pain can range from an intense throbbing or...
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