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What Is Amprenavir?

A: Amprenavir is used to treat human immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV). It is typically prescribed to be used with other drugs. the drug works to impede the growth of HIV infection. It was once marketed under the brand name Agenerase®, but this was phased out in 2004 in favor of a new liquid form of the drug, called Lexiva®. As of 2007, Agenerase® has not been available for sale in the United States of America. That same year, the liquid form of amprenavir known as Lexiva® was approved for sale. Agenerase® has been phased out in other countries as the...


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What is a staph infection?

A: Dear Reader, A staff infection might be when all your employees call in sick on the same day to play hooky. But a Staph (pronounced "staff") infection is medical lingo for an infection caused by staphylococcus aureus bacteria. This pesky little bacterium is very common (many people have some living on their skin all the time), but when it enters the human body, usually through an open cut or break in the skin, it can cause infection and trouble anywhere in the body. Staph infections tend to be pus-producing. Common minor (or relatively minor) skin infections caused by staph include: Folliculitis Infections of hair follicles that cause itchy...


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Glyburide - If on maintenance dose of Glyberide is it necessary to take with meal?

A: 23 Sep 2011 General considerations for when and how to take Glyburide include the following: the medication comes in tablet form. It should be taken by mouth, usually once or twice a day. When taking glyburide once daily, it should be taken with breakfast (or the first main meal). When taking the medication twice daily, the first dose should be taken with breakfast (or the first main meal). Glyburide should be taken at the same time(s) each day to maintain an even level in your blood. For glyburide to work properly, it must be taken as prescribed.

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What Is Vincristine?

A: Also called vincristine sulfate, this chemotherapy drug is categorized as a vinca alkaloid, which is derived from the periwinkle plant. It affects the division of cancer cells by interfering with their microtubules. Microtubules are the means by which a cell divides and spreads. the end result is that vincristine inhibits the spread of the tumors and causes cancer cell apoptosis, or death. Vincristine can treat a variety of cancers, including chronic and acute leukemias, Hodgkin''s lymphoma, and non-Hodgkin''s lymphoma. Patients with brain tumors, thyroid cancer, or multiple myeloma may also...


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My grandson 10 yrs. had a rash that looks like chickenpox no itch though,?

A: oh, dats "loser syndrome", he needs 2 go **** HIMSELF. u can help bi fingrin hjijm often, his spotsll luiv it, i cna guarntee it! wont be scabies if no itch! check the webbing in his fingers and toes! thats what really itches with scabies, not the torso rash. If it is a blister like pimple then it prob IS chicken pox, dont usually start itching till they scab over though! This time of year it could be just a reaction to the heat. It could also be a food allergy. My daughter used to do this if she ate too many strawberries. Has he had strep throat recently? If so -it could be scarlet fever and you should have him checked. I would keep monitoring his temp....


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Horrible thing... Plz help

A: have yall shared thew same swimsuit, gotten into a hot tub together, anything like that? there''s no telling how you may have gotten it, you may have ahd it for a long time and it wasn''t showing active but when you''re pregnant your immune system is lowered and these things have a way of maing themselves known. So you could have had it for yrs w/no signs or symptoms Believe it or not 85% of people have herpes. Cold sores, fever blister, etc is also called herpes. It could have happened years ago before you and your husband met. Best thing to do is look it up. How many people say they have a fever blister, and in reality, unfortunately its...
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Do you have any food allergies? if so what are you symtoms?

A: no i dont, some symptoms i know about are swelling of your tongue, itching in your throat, and hives my kids do. When my son was small he was allergic to egg, milk, Soy, nuts, peas, citrus, green beans, shellfish,cat and dog dander and dust. He out grew most by age 3. He is still allergic to shellfish, dust and pollen.My daughter was allergic to milk but isn''t anymore now only shellfish. Symptoms were whelp like blisters anywhere on their bodies, red rash like patches they they scratched a lot. Some kids can go into shock or have hives. Your doctor can do test called a prick test( where they stick you with a tiny needle in an area with bits of

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Can venlafaxine cause headache and ED problems?

A: Hello, You must contact your Doctor ASAP. serious side effect: headache.- these are less serious side effects: decreased sex drive, impotence, or difficulty having an orgasm.- For future reference: Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: skin rash or hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Contact your doctor promptly if you have any of the following side effects, especially if they are new symptoms or if they get worse: mood changes, anxiety, panic attacks, trouble sleeping, irritability, agitation, aggressiveness, severe restlessness, mania (mental and/or physical hyperactivity),...


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I would like to know what to use to cure diabetic ulcers?

A: Diabetic ulcers natural cure You have not mentioned where exactly you have developed ulcers. the most common location for ulcers in diabetics is the feet. However, ulcers can also develop in other areas, including the legs, mouth, genitals, and eyelids. the problem is a combination of nerve damage and blood vessel damage. In diabetics, due to poor circulation, even small wounds take a long time to heal, often allowing infection to set in. In addition, due to nerve damage, the patient often does not notice the wound or even the infection till...
 
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