Receptor antagonist

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  1. link Cyn89
    Simvastatin wks, headaches, duane graveline, beatrice golomb, webb sites
    Has anyone experienced passing-out while using Simvastatin?
    Cyn89- over a year ago - 5 Replies - in Simvastatin
  2. link Vstefans
    I had severe cognitive side effects on my statin trial, even at half the usual starting dose. I also had a headache every night until I started taking - 91% more...
    Vstefans- over a year ago
  3. link Hailey56
    Mirena has destroyed my daughter's life!
    My 22 year old daughter had the Mirena IUD put in 2 years ago. In the last six months her health, which has always been very good, is now so bad she c - 90% more...
    Hailey56- over a year ago - 15 Replies - in Mirena
  4. link Xxx312
    "Levonorgestrel is pesticide ie., birth control pill and Mirena i.u.d implant. Also known as "organophosphate"; nerve agent. It was use - 84% more...
    Xxx312- over a year ago
  5. link Marissar
    Gardasil e mail address, constant headaches, daughter stephanie, gardasil, flu
    Let me start by giving you some history. My sister is a 22 year old girl who worked full time and was never seriously ill until this summer. During th - 99% more...
    Marissar- over a year ago - 14 Replies - in Gardasil
  6. link Jrmsews
    OMG, I can't believe there are that many doctors and hospitals who continue to ignore symptoms and treat people as if they are lying. I don't know if - 89% more...
    Jrmsews- over a year ago
  7. link Slpnght
    DO NOT USE SEROQUEL FOR INSOMNIA
    DO NOT USE SEROQUEL FOR INSOMNIA IT WILL RUIN YOU, --------- SEROQUEL WITHDRAWAL =================== This is what I learnt from Seroquel the hard way. - 99% more...
    Slpnght- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Seroquel
  8. link Carterb5201
    Seroquel Withdrawal (Insomnia?)
    I recently stopped taking Seroquel 25mg gradually. I can not go to sleep. I've tried Tylenol PM, Melatonin. Sleep is extremely limited. 2- 3 hrs a nig - 67% more...
    Carterb5201- over a year ago - 4 Replies - in Seroquel
  9. link Slpnght
    seroquel is toxic drug for insomnia. it works by stopping the normal functioning of brain which is then slowly damaged by seroquel use. SEROQUEL SHOUL - 92% more...
    Slpnght- over a year ago
  10. link Carolannemorton
    Singulair leukotriene receptor antagonist, cancer cells, cancer effects, idiopathic urticaria, breast cancer
    I was prescribed Singulair after more of 2 years of hell suffering from Severe Idiopathic Urticaria. My Mother suffered from Asthma, but I never exper - 94% more...
    Carolannemorton- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Singulair
  11. link Bbky
    Lisinopril breakfast lunch dinner, low blood pressure, blood pressure meds, lisinopril, gentlemen
    My husband is on this stuff... Yes, it brought his blood pressure down and no side effects that are painful physically... But sex drive is gone... gon - 79% more...
    Bbky- over a year ago - 5 Replies - in Lisinopril
  12. link Bbky
    After much research I have narrowed this down to two drugs. My husbands BP is rather high. I do not know why most men accept dysfunction. After much p - 93% more...
    Bbky- over a year ago
  13. link Kappa
    Yutopar beta agonists, post partum hemorrhage, beta 2 agonists, insulin requirements, muscle relaxation
    Ritodrine hydrochloride (trade name Yutopar) is a tocolytic drug, used to stop premature labor. It is available in oral tablets or as an injection. Me - 89% more...
    Kappa- over a year ago - in Yutopar
  14. link Pistoff
    Lisinopril medical disaster, leg work, reply, class action suite, post nasal drip
    We the people need to start a class action suite against these people that have poisoned us.with LISINOPRIL reply and i will handle the leg work.I wan - 18% more...
    Pistoff- over a year ago - 12 Replies - in Lisinopril
  15. link Smithjodi44
    Lisinopril is an ACE inhibitor and it is a very good drug for those people who are able to tolerate it. It lowers your risk of heart disease and renal - 88% more...
    Smithjodi44- over a year ago
  16. link Hate_geodon
    Geodon constant chest pain, hospital doctor, blood clots, faucet, uncontrollable crying
    Within 5 days of beginning course of Geodon, 40mg daily, doc doubled my dosage to 80mg, began to have problems. Intensely manic, easily frightened, in - 84% more...
    Hate_geodon- over a year ago - 26 Replies - in Geodon
  17. link Hate_geodon
    From the Geodon page: "Ziprasidone mesylate functions as an antagonist at the dopamine D2 and serotonin 5-HT2A and 5-HT1D receptors, and as an ag - 94% more...
    Hate_geodon- over a year ago
  18. link Nubian1996
    Albuterol stethescope, remarkable speed, bronchiolitis, night terrors, negative experience
    My son is 10 and 1/2 months old. He was recently diagnosed with viral rhinitis (runny nose) and bronchiolitis. He was given and antibiotic and albuter - 92% more...
    Nubian1996- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Albuterol
  19. link Katbeck77
    albuterol is not a steroid. It's a beta-2 adrenergic receptor agonist.
    Katbeck77- over a year ago
  20. link Cdifonzo
    Singulair mood swings depression, pediatric pulmonologist, mild asthma, depressions, hesitation
    Our 11 yr. old daughter was prescribed with Singulair. She started taking it today with much hesitation from her parents. She was on this medication y - 76% more...
    Cdifonzo- over a year ago - 3 Replies - in Singulair
  21. link Zsmom
    Your daughter's ENT is UNINFORMED. In June 2009, the FDA recognized Singulair's neuropsychiatric side effects and recommended that: "Patients and - 89% more...
    Zsmom- over a year ago
  22. link Harp00
    Levaquin spinal degeneration, prostate infection, arthritus, levaguin, bone pain
    I took Levaquin on multiple occasions for a severe prostate infection. I took a 15 day supply...then off for 1 week...another 15 day supply...off for - 83% more...
    Harp00- over a year ago - 3 Replies - in Levaquin
  23. link Melbish
    Lisinopril anxiety panic attacks, chest pain shortness of breath, ace inhibitor, collateral damage, hypoparathyroidism
    I took 20 mgs a day for 5 days in September of 2006. I developed a terrible cough, but worse than that, severe chest pains & shortness of breath u - 91% more...
    Melbish- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Lisinopril
  24. link Guest0222
    I took lisinopril for 3 months and have lung pains, shortness of breath issues lasting years as a result. No doctors helped me so I tried just about e - 90% more...
    Guest0222- over a year ago
  25. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair genetic variations, adverse drug reactions, genetic component, efficacy, hospitals
    Has anyone been in contact with any doctors, hospitals, or researchers who are willing to recognize that Singulair targets a receptor CysLT1, with kno - 77% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Singulair
  26. link Cheri21157
    Lisinopril lesions on the brain, brain mri, tingling sensation, legs and feet, lump in the throat feeling
    I have been taking lisinopril for about 2 1/2 years now. About 4 weeks ago I was having trouble sleeping, my legs hurt real bad and when I would wake - 81% more...
    Cheri21157- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Lisinopril
  27. link Guest0222
    The lump in the throat seems to have 3 causes. One is the windpipe getting sore from coughing, another is the esophagus getting sore from swallowing t - 95% more...
    Guest0222- over a year ago
  28. link Ms76
    Singulair leukotriene receptor antagonists, leukotriene receptor antagonist, intranasal corticosteroids, allergic rhinitis, nasal congestion
    The studies published to date demonstrate that leukotriene receptor antagonists are sometimes more effective than placebo, are no more effective than - 89% more...
    Ms76- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Singulair
  29. link Debbie046
    Taking Synthroid medication
    I had a total thyrodectimy 2 years ago. I have been on Synthroid ever since. I was in the beginning taking .88 mgs. and then .100 mg now for the past - 47% more...
    Debbie046- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Synthroid
  30. link Archemy
    It's highly possible that what's going on with your thyroid is that your body is making too much of an inactive kind of thyroid called reverse T3. RT3 - 95% more...
    Archemy- over a year ago
  31. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair moderate persistent asthma, asthma exacerbations, fernandez carvajal, fev 1, beta 2 agonists
    Researchers have been doing studies for many years regarding trying to determine the role of genetic factors in patients response to Singulair (Montel - 96% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Singulair
  32. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair acute asthma attacks, genetic variations, corporate greed, asthma attack, compatibility problems
    16 days ago on Jan 17, 2009 by chris555, #16131 Sorry to disappoint you, but I have no vested interest in Merck or any other pharmaceutical company fo - 95% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - in Singulair