On October 6, 2011, the . FDA approved tadalafil  to treat the signs and symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). BPH is a condition in males in which the prostate gland becomes enlarged, obstructing the free flow of urine. Symptoms may include sudden urges to urinate (urgency), difficulty in starting urination (hesitancy), a weak urine stream, and more frequent urination — especially at night. The FDA has also approved tadalafil for treatment of both BPH and erectile dysfunction (ED) where the two conditions co-exist.
One of the health benefits of konjac is also one of the common glucomannan side effects. It’s the ability of konjac root’s fiber to lower blood sugar. If you have diabetes and take glucomannan, you should monitor your blood sugar closely since it can lower blood sugar levels. If you’re taking it along with a blood sugar-lowering drug, it may cause your blood sugar to go too low. Speak with your doctor to see if the dose of your diabetes medication might need to be changed to account for the glucomannan. Also due to blood sugar effects, stop using it at least two weeks before any scheduled surgery.
"I was given
Lexapro by my doctor because it was to have very few side
effects. Well I took the first dose and had flu like
symptoms. The second day I continued to have flu like
symptoms, and also ended up with a migraine. I was put on
this because of depression, but as I write this I can
honestly tell you this is my third day, and I will never,
never use this med. again!!!!!"
"I just took Lexapro for the first time about 7 hours ago. I am experiencing nausea, dizziness, decreased sex drive, and I keep grinding my teeth. I have been shaky and unable to focus on anything. Typing this statement took me nearly 10 minutes. I'm my opinion this drug should not be legal."