Drug side effects are the undesirable effects caused due to intake of any medication. Side effects of heart medications include dizziness, vomiting, low blood pressure, kidney dysfunction, potassium level variations, a problem with the formation of clots, inflammation of gums, etc. The medication should not be stopped as it can worsen the heart condition. Instead, a change of drug can be done.
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Query: Hello doctor, I am currently taking Metformin and Synthroid for my Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and PCOS. I am also taking Amoxicillin with Clavulanic acid twice daily for ten days. But I might have taken an extra dose today. But I am not sure about it. Does taking an extra dose of Amoxicillin have any... Read Full »
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