People taking Strattera can stop taking the drug abruptly without suffering any major reactions. According to Drugs.com, clinical study data from observations of more than 2000 people treated with Strattera for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and over 1200 people treated with Strattera for depression shows no signs of symptom rebound.Continue Reading
Drugs.com states that symptom rebound and adverse reactions are indications of drug-discontinuation or withdrawal syndromes. The clinical study data with respect to Strattera also shows that people rarely abuse the drug or use it for recreational purposes.
Doctors commonly prescribe stimulants to treat the disorder, but WebMD states that stimulants can be ineffective or produce intolerable side effects in some patients. Strattera, or atomoxetine hydrochloride, is a non-stimulant alternative that has proven effective in treating ADHD.Learn more about Medications & Vitamins
Because Zyrtec, generic name cetirizine, can slow reactions and affect alertness, individuals should be cautious when taking the antihistamine and driving or operating machinery, advises Drugs.com. Alcohol and certain medications, such as narcotics, muscle relaxants, anti-convulsants and antidepressants, can intensify the side effects and sleepiness that Zyrtec causes. Children are especially prone to stomach pain when using cetirizine, and because it does not prevent or treat anaphylaxis, it should not be used in place of epinephrine, notes WebMD.Full Answer >
The most common side effects of Zostavax, the shingles vaccine, include injection site reactions, diarrhea, muscle and joint pain, headache and mild skin rash, according to Drugs.com. More serious side effects include flu-like symptoms with fever, sore throat and swollen glands; a severe or painful skin rash; and breathing problems.Full Answer >
Symptoms of a vitamin D allergy include allergic skin reactions, such as irritation, inflammation, thinning and rashes, according to Mayo Clinic. Other side effects of vitamin D include daytime sleepiness, headaches and stomach problems, such as constipation, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach cramps and upset stomach.Full Answer >
Robaxin, also known as methocarbamol, does not appear on most workplace drug tests because it is not a controlled substance or narcotic, according to Drugs.com. The package insert provided by the National Institutes of Health DailyMed library notes that Robaxin may result in false positives for certain urine screening tests that are used to diagnose and track cancerous tumors.Full Answer >