"Lisinopril is not a medication known to result in withdrawal effects when the dose is reduced or the drug is stopped. After you have reduced the dose, your doctor will recheck your blood pressure to see if the lower dose is keeping your ..."
"First, review your prenatal vitamin's directions label to ensure there are no specific dietary requirements listed with the vitamin you are taking. Then, I would recommend that you try taking your prenatal vitamin with food, if you have ..."
"Stool softeners are generally considered safe during pregnancy. However, as with any medication, it is important to review with your doctor prior to taking to make sure it is right for your specific pregnancy. A common stool softener to ..."
"Provera (progestin) is a type of oral hormone which your doctor might prescribe if you have PCOS to induce a regular menstrual cycle and also to reduce the risk of uterine cancer. Provera is also used as a contraceptive (birth control) a..."
"Congratulations, father-to-be! There are no known drug interactions between the T-Dap vaccine and the testosterone injections that you are currently receiving. These medications should be safe to be used together. I would also recommend ..."
"It is not possible to provide a diagnosis via the internet. You should report any change in symptoms or any new symptoms during your pregnancy to you doctor immediately if you feel they are serious in nature, or if you have symptoms that..."
"You should be fine as you've missed just one dose of your Benicar and took a slightly larger dose of your metoprolol. It is important to return to your normal dosing schedule on the following day to get back on track. If you feel any unc..."
"I believe the medication you may be referring to is Malarone (atovaquone and proguanil). This medication is not recommended to be taken during pregnancy as there is limited data regarding its safety in pregnant women. The US Centers for ..."
"The recommended daily maximum of Tylenol (acetaminophen) is 4000mg in a 24 hour period. There are many different factors to consider when determining if you have taken a dangerous amount of acetaminophen. People who are frequent alcohol ..."
"If you suspect an infection, I would recommend for you to contact your doctor. Your doctor can examine the cut and determine if it is necessary to start an oral, or a topical (applied to skin) antibiotic. There are a number of over-the-c..."
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