Hopefully they did a 12-Lead ECG on you (on your heart) prior to prescribing the Avelox; if your baseline QT interval is normal they wouldn't worry. Also hopefully you have had recent labwork that shows...
2 Answers · Health · 28/12/2010
... department of the hospital and see if you can apply for HCAP or HFA assistance for the balance. These types of programs are...
6 Answers · Health · 09/07/2006
As one person said "order them from Canada". You could also go pick them up in Cuba. Personally I wouldn't use that stuff.
4 Answers · Health · 05/10/2008
No, if it did make you high then the company that made it would be liable if it caused you to have an injury, so its not going to happen.
2 Answers · Health · 18/10/2009
...disorder makes life more difficult for parents, not too much more difficult for HFA or Asperger Syndrome, but there is a difference.
1 Answers · Health · 21/01/2010
...dizziness; unusual hoarseness; wheezing." http://www.drugs.com/cdi/proair-hfa-aerosol.html See your doc asap, I think you need a different inhaler...
1 Answers · Health · 26/02/2011
Sulfonamides (sulfa drugs) and sulfates are very different, even though they have similar names. Being allergic to one doesn't necessarily mean you're allergic to the other. Your inhaler should be safe to use unless you have a separate allergy to sulfates.
3 Answers · Health · 11/03/2011
Indeed, the HFAs are weak, gotta double dose AT LEAST if you're having a real attack. Unfortunately the FDA is no longer allowing the manufacture of the CFC ones. I argued with...
1 Answers · Health · 12/06/2009