Levonorgestrel abece tablett 1 5 mg Ceftriaxone-pregestil: 100 mcg Folic acid 400 mcg (in the same dose as other folate supplements) Hormone Replacement Therapy Medication Lipitor: 800 mcg Corticosteroids: 200 -400 mg daily Antihistamines Sustained release topical (dabigatran): 300 -1,000 mcg 2 times a day 3 and 4 times a day is enough Anti-infectives Amitriptyline 1 - 2 mg Anticholinergics* Benign prostaglandins Cetoperidol 2 mg Cefadroxil 0.125 -0.5 mg Tramadol: 200 -400 mcg twice daily is enough Narcotics: 250 -400 mg twice daily Betamethasone calcipotriene ointment is enough Tramadol: 400 -800 mcg *If you are unsure of the dose, ask your healthcare provider. Possible Side Effects This medication may cause serious side effects, including: Depression. You may become depressed. This includes loss of interest in your job, sex, social engagements, hobbies, and other life activities. Low blood sugar. This is most common, and the only serious side effect. Infections. Some medicines may cause a high temperature (hyperthermia), fever (fever accompanied by a rash, chills, and/or skin rash), shortness of breath. Fibromyalgia and other musculoskeletal pain. Many of these medicines may cause a high temperature (hyperthermia), fever (fever accompanied by a rash, chills, and/or skin rash), or an increase in your pain. Weight gain or loss. Some medicines may cause weight gain or loss. The following conditions are known to be associated with this drug: Pancreatitis. Gout. Kidney disease. Cirrhosis and other liver infections. Some people may experience serious side effects that may be life-threatening, especially: Seizures from a new reaction to the medicine. Infections that occur at other times, when you take medicines on top of this medication. Talk to your healthcare provider about any other conditions you may be experiencing, or have had in the last 7 days. Ask your healthcare provider any questions you may have about side effects. Call your healthcare provider directly with any severe side effects, including: very difficult, ringing, fast, pounding, or unexplained heartbeats, vomiting, blood in the stool, skin lesions, and/or unexplained bruising or bleeding. Stop using this medication and get emergency medical attention if any severe symptoms occur. Serious side effects can occur if you stop using this medication too soon or if you use it in higher doses or for a longer time than recommended. This is not a complete list of possible side effects. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your healthcare provider or pharmacist. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088. What other drugs will affect levonorgestrel to prevent pregnancy? Ask your healthcare provider before using any other drug to prevent pregnancy. You may need to stop using one or more other medications while you use levonorgestrel to prevent pregnancy. See "Serious Side Effects" included in this Medication Guide. Which meds can interact with levonorgestrel to prevent pregnancy? Tell your doctor about all current prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, minerals, herbal products, and medications you use to manage high blood pressure, heart problems, diabetes, Parkinson's disease, or seizures. Many drugs can interact with levonorgestrel, including prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, minerals, herbal products, and medications you take to manage high blood pressure, heart problems, diabetes, Parkinson's disease, or seizures. Some drugs can affect levonorgestrel and possibly increase your chance of getting pregnant. Others may not have an effect. Talk to your doctor. How should I take levonorgestrel to prevent pregnancy? Take levonorgestrel exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Follow all directions on your prescription label. Do not take this medication in larger, increased doses, or for longer than recommended. Taking more 10 times the recommended dosage or using it more often than recommended may increase your risk of serious side effects. Switch to daily pills, taking them one hour before breakfast, dinner, or any time you have sex. If you vomit, use more of the medicine, get.
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