Epiceram side EffectsSide effects of Epiceram
AWARNING: Although it may be uncommon, some individuals may have very poor and sometimes fatal side effects when taking a medicine.
Talk to your personal doctor or seek immediate emergency health care if you have any of the following indications or Symptoms that may be related to a very poor side effect: Side effects that this medicine may have A lot of patients have little or no side effects.
Contact your personal doctor or get help if any of these side effects or other side effects bothers you or do not go away: There are not all side effects that can appear. Call your health care professional if you have any queries about side effects. Contact your physician for consultation on side effects.
Side effects can be notified to the FDA under the number 1-800-FDA-1088. Side effects can also be reported at http://www.fda.gov/medwatch. There may be no side effects known. Or you can notify the FDA.
Contact your Pharmakistorian. Contact your chemist or your health care provider. Contact your chemist or your health care provider. Contact your personal health care professional for consultation about side effects. Side effects can be reported to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or www.fda.gov/medwatch. Canada - Check with your health care professional for side effects. Side effects can be reported to Health Canada at 1-866-234-234-2345.
Contact your chemist or your health care provider. Contact your chemist or your health care provider. Carry a complete listing of all your medicines with you and tell your prescriber or health care professional about it. Otherwise, call a toxin checkpoint immediately. U.S. citizens can call their nearest toxin checkpoint at 1-800-222-1222. Canadian citizens can call a province tox screener.
Contact your chemist or doctor. Contact your chemist or doctor. Contact your chemist or your nearest disposer for more information on how to dispose of your products in a safe manner.