Welcome to User Reviews for Drugs. Use the reviews to compare your medication's effects to those of other users. Please share your medication experiences by adding your own reviews. We also welcome comments and suggestions about our site through feedback.
Enter drug name - enter one drug at a time, by typing at least 3 letters of the drug name and select the appropriate drug from the list, then proceed to entering the next drug.
Enter condition name - the condition is the reason you are taking the drug, which could be a disease such as "diabetes" or a symptom such as "joint pain". Enter your condition and select from the list shown, then enter the next condition.
To add a User Review fill out the fields below. A drug name is required to post. You will be asked to enter the dosage, which is listed on the bottle/container, along with units such as mg, ounces, etc; as well as how often you take the drug. When you enter a possible side effect, you will be asked about its severity. In the comment field, please describe your experiences or any comment that you will think help other users understand what they can expect from their drug treatment. We also welcome comments and suggestions about our site through
* Enter drug name- enter one
drug at a time, by typing at least 3 letters of the drug name and select the appropriate drug from
the list, then proceed to entering the next drug.
* Enter condition name - the "condition" is the reason you are taking the drug, which could be a disease such as "diabetes" or a symptom such as "joint aches". Enter a condition and select from the list shown, then enter the next condition if you are experiencing more than one.
* Enter side effects
- these are any undesirable effects you might be experiencing from the drug(s). Enter your side
effect and select from the list shown, then enter the next side effect if you are experiencing
more than one. If you are not experiencing any side effects check the box below, No Side Effects.
NOTE: Just because a drug or combination of drugs can cause a
symptom does not mean it is actually causing your symptom. Symptoms can be caused by
medical conditions as well. Make sure that your physician is aware of any symptoms you
are experiencing so he/she can work with you to determine the cause. Please DO NOT STOP
MEDICATIONS without first consulting a physician since doing so could be hazardous to
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effects, nor should it be construed to indicate that the use of a particular drug is safe,
appropriate or effective.