Anal leakage! lol
What is your favorite side effect from the commercials for new drugs on the market that are supposed to heal your woes.
My other fav. is from the class action suit commercials... did you take this drug and have experienced any facial twitching...
Ya, ya, ya....its for a social anxiety disorder...."side effects may include, stomach cramps, diahrea (spelling?), bloating, abdominal pain, numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, anal leakage...." list goes on and on. But, hey, at least you won't have to be afraid to go out in public with all that going on....right?
LOL Another reason to think trice before putting any chemicals into your body
A mood adjustment drug whose chief side affect is - mood swings.
When I was pregnant and had morning sickness the entire pregnancy the doctor gave me anti nausea medication which had possible side effects that included- stomach cramps- vomiting- dizziness- sleeplessness- sleepiness and may cause you to become light headed???
So how the heck do you know if it isn’t working or if you are suffering from the side effects of the medication??? Hmmm?
anti-depressants that make you want to commit suicide are always nice!
That one is a take-the-cake one one in my book.
The old "heart attack or stroke" one would make me think twice. So would the "nausea" one. (I'd almost rather have anything than nausea.) I think there's a cholesterol-lowing one with a "rare" side effect that includes your muscles essentially eating themselves.
A deal-breaker for me would probably be the "seizures" one. I just don't want to have some seizure at my local grocery store.
Less serious: How about the one to make your eyelashes grow (or something) that "may" turn your blue eyes into, I think, blue-with-brown spots....
I know it is a spoof commercial but it's funny. Side effects... cannot keep up with the list includes, spontaneous combustion.
Viagra, erectile dysfunction. Side effect, an erection that last for more than 4 hours. lol
Well, it's kinda tricky. You stand on your tippi toes and lean forward about 90 degrees. Yes, it's pleasant, let me tell you.
lol whaaatt? So do you like piss on the wall or something and that is why it is pleasant? I heard once that trying to pee with a boner hurts.
Besides, if you cannot rub it out after four hours doesn't that hurt too?
I think death is an interesting side effect. "Reduce the length of your period... side effects include heart failure and death."
Wow, is it really worth it?
Most people have probably seen this, but I loved it...
http://www.healthnewsreview.org/blog/20 … arody.html
by Liz Elias 5 years ago
Why do so many medications include a warning or precaution about side effects,when the listed side effects are the very things/symptoms you are trying to treat? (E.g., "dizziness" on a medication to treat vertigo?) It seems to make no sense.It also makes no sense to list as a...
by Peeples 3 years ago
Are there ways not to be mentally impacted by a new medicine that makes you emotional?I started a new medicine. Lyrica. I suddenly am crying (I almost never cry), having my feelings hurt easily, feeling scatterbrained, and just generally being more emotional and less rational than I am use to. The...
by Anne 6 years ago
Why are so many people against taking medication to control anxiety and depression ? When ever I can feel these things getting out of control in myself and I say I need to see the doctor and get some pills - why do so many people say " Oh , you don´t want to start taking those things" ?
by hawaiiangirl 6 years ago
If you took a medication that had a side effect, would you continue to take it after the first day?
by sunstreeks 8 years ago
My mom has pretty severe Neuropathy from chemo.. One of her coworkers told her about Neurontin.. Does anyone have any experience with this drug? She's worried about side effects. I looked up the wiki and health websites but we're looking for actual experiences? Thanks in advance
by Fionamel 4 years ago
What should the doctors know about medications that they are prescribing?Should the medical profession that is prescribing medications be trained in all the side effects of the medication that is being recommeneded?
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