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Symptoms Over-the-Counter Drugs Follow the Instructions Wellness

12/25/2014
12:26 | Author: Chloe Allen

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Symptoms Over-the-Counter Drugs Follow the Instructions Wellness

Many people think over-the-counter (OTC) drugs are harmless, but they can be harmful if misused. Read on to learn about some common examples.

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Stimulant-type laxatives are among the most misused OTC medications. They are often misused by people trying to lose weight, but the people most affected by laxative misuse may be the elderly in nursing homes. Their active ingredients work by irritating the lining of the intestine.

As with NSAIDs, do not to take more than the recommended dose on the acetaminophen label.

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Medications for Irritable Bowel Syndrome - Health Information Center

12/25/2014
02:12 | Author: Chloe Allen

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Medications for Irritable Bowel Syndrome - Health Information Center

CVS/pharmacy home. Pharmacy Over-the-Counter Medications Cisapride, a drug used to increase bowel motility, has been removed from the US market.

Possible side effects include: Common names include:

If you are taking medicines, follow these general guidelines:

Cisapride, a drug used to increase bowel motility, has been removed from the US market. But, it may still be prescribed in special cases.

Possible side effects include: Common names include:

Acetaminophen may relieve abdominal pain.

The information provided here is meant to give you a general idea about each of the medicines listed below. Use each of these medicines as recommended by your doctor, or according to the instructions provided.

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CVS pharmacy Clinical Strength OTC Brands

12/25/2014
04:18 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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CVS pharmacy Clinical Strength OTC Brands

List of CVS pharmacy Clinical Strength brands plus detailed descriptions, warnings, dosage and directions.

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Name: CVS pharmacy Clinical Strength Form: stick Ingredients: ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM TRICHLOROHYDREX GLY 200mg in 1g Date: Labeler: CVS pharmacy NDC code:

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Name: CVS pharmacy Clinical Strength Form: stick Ingredients: ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM TRICHLOROHYDREX GLY 200mg in 1g Date: Labeler: CVS pharmacy NDC code:

Name: CVS pharmacy Clinical Strength Form: stick Ingredients: ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM TRICHLOROHYDREX GLY 200mg in 1g Date: Labeler: CVS pharmacy NDC code:

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CVS CAPSAICIN OTC Brands

12/25/2014
06:44 | Author: Allison King

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CVS CAPSAICIN OTC Brands

List of CVS CAPSAICIN brands plus detailed descriptions, warnings, dosage and directions.

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Name: CVS Capsaicin Form: cream Ingredients: CAPSAICIN 75mg in 1g Date: Labeler: CVS Pharmacy NDC code:

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Name: CVS CAPSAICIN Form: cream Ingredients: CAPSAICIN 0.1g in 100g Date: Labeler: CVS PHARMACY NDC code:

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CVS adds OTC drug interaction checker to mobile app

12/25/2014
02:10 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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CVS adds OTC drug interaction checker to mobile app

CVS Pharmacy App Retail pharmacy heavyweight CVS Caremark has added a drug interaction checker to its CVS Mobile app that cautions.

The Woonsocket, RI-based company says it is the first drugstore chain to include such a feature in a mobile app. Retail pharmacy heavyweight CVS Caremark has added a drug interaction checker to its CVS Mobile app that cautions consumers when an over-the-counter medication might interact with other drugs they are taking.

“It’s important to point out that while this informational tool offers guidance, it’s not a replacement for counsel from a doctor or pharmacist.”.

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