2788 results for "pain"

Sumatriptan and Naproxen (Oral)

It works by narrowing the blood vessels in and around the patient's brain, causing a cessation from immediate pain. Naproxen is a...
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Tiotropium (Inhalation)

Common side effects include: Pain in arms, back or jaw Chest pain or discomfort...
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Phenytoin (Oral)

Patients who experience the following side effects should seek immediate medical attention: Occurring commonly: Decrease in coordination...
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Meperidine (Oral)

Meperidine is an oral medication that acts on the central nervous system for the relief of pain in patients. Overview Meperidine is used...
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Metronidazole (Oral)

For example, patients may experience the following side effects when taking Metronidazole orally: Stomach or abdominal cramps...
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Haloperidol (Intramuscular)

Unless they are severe or troublesome, patients may not need to seek medical assistance for the following adverse effects: Sour...
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Dexlansoprazole (Oral)

Known as erosive esophagitis, the conditions tends to cause pain, severe heartburn and nausea. These side effects may include: Full or...
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Flunisolide (inhalation)

The following side-effects may occur when patients first start using Flunisolide, for example: Stomach or abdominal fullness...
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Fondaparinux (Subcutaneous)

Some patients taking Fondaparinux may experience mild gastrointestinal side effects such as: Sour stomach or acid stomach...
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