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Drugs Dose Duration Condition Side Effect (severity) Comment Age Gender Created Abuse
Enbrel Prefilled Syringe (etanercept) 50 mg 11 weeks
Granuloma (a mass of infection-fighting/immune cells) found on biopsy
  46 Female 2009-12-07 00:20:01.377
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Macrobid (nitrofurantoin) 100 7 days
Urinary tract infection
  22 Female 2009-12-06 22:58:32.093
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Enbrel (etanercept) 50 mg 11 weeks
Granuloma (a mass of infection-fighting/immune cells) found on biopsy
  46 Female 2009-12-06 22:53:14.327
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ciprofloxacin 500mg 7 days
Infection
  26 Female 2009-12-03 07:43:05.14
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Levaquin (levofloxacin) 500mg 1 days
Bronchitis (inflammation/infection of the upper airways - may cause cough; sputum)
Sinobronchial syndrome (chronic sinusitis and chronic inflammation of the airways such as chronic bronchitis or other chronic lung disease - may cause breathing problems; chronic cough with sputum production; sinus discomfort; etc)
this medication made me feel like i was going to die...you have to be exposed to something to become allergic to it so what do we do???? 52 Female 2009-12-02 23:28:42.64
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Septra (sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim) 800mg 14 days
Kidney infection
Bladder infection
well i am almost 6 months pregnent ! 17 Female 2009-11-22 12:38:18.813
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Rocephin (ceftriaxone) 250 mg 1 times
Gonococcal urethritis (gonoccocal infection of the tube through which urine flows - may cause burning/discomfort with urination; urethral discharge; genital itching)
little bumps here and there at wrists, fingers, and almost constant itching on inner thighs, torso, wrists, fingers, outer thighs/hamstring area, buttocks 37 Male 2009-11-18 09:50:47.42
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nitrofurantoin 100mg 7 days
Urethral syndrome (syndrome that includes frequent uncomfortable urination without infection or other known cause)
after taking this drug for 7 days I noticed my breathing was very bad.doctor sent me for x-ray,not back yet but symptoms still bad a week later.I'm used to walking dogs 7 days a week and can't manage very well right now. 66 Female 2009-11-12 13:11:23.5
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Cipro (ciprofloxacin) 1000mg 3 days
Kidney infection
  28 Female 2009-11-09 12:10:57.827
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Bactrim DS (sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim) 1 pill 1 days
Urinary tract infection
About 20 minutes after taking my first pill, I started itching. Never having an allergic reaction to anything before- I thought it was a bug bite. But very quickly several other places started to itch and my husband noticed a hive on my forehead. I immediately decided not to take any more of these pills and called the doctor. He said take 50 mg of Benedryl. Within 20 minutes of the call (about 40 minutes of taking the pill) the worst was already over. I still took the Benedryl- but only 25 mg. I was itchy off and on for the next two hours, then I went to bed. Of interest to some readers, I am 9 weeks pregnant. My biggest fears came from wondering how all this would affect my baby. The doctor assured me that my baby wasn't going to be affected. Since my reaction was so minor compared to others and because I took so little Benedryl, I am hoping that he is right. 36 Female 2009-11-07 07:24:51.203
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Cipro (ciprofloxacin)  
ciprofloxacin 500mg 10 days
Kidney infection
Foot pain
  37 Female 2009-10-23 12:57:46.063
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Keflex (cephalexin)  
cephalexin 500 3 times day 5 days
Urinary tract infection
Neck stiffness
Difficulty urinating
Bleeding gums
Drowsiness
Dizziness
Bruising
Stomach pain
side effects were almost worse than the actual uti
will find out if cured uti next week
with any medication call md if worried about side effects
41 Male 2009-10-16 09:45:01.937
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amoxicillin 1x 8 hrs  
Infection
Oral surgeon prescribed amoxicillin for infected and impacted wisdom tooth. Tooth was hurting and was taking Motrin but I never had a headache and pain was not severe. I took 2 pills as instructed and about an hour later I had the worstheadache of my life where my head was pulsing and I was holding it. It was horrible. Was the headache a side effect from the medicine, result of the medicine working to fight the infection, caused by the infection itself (the doctor said this is why but I do not agree since I did not have a headache previously) or something else? I am a petite person so I would be curious if I should have just started by taking 1. I have never had such a severe reaction before. 27 Female 2009-09-23 17:56:56.047
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ciprofloxacin 750 mg 1 days
Urinary tract infection
  35 Female 2009-09-23 02:06:41.843
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Septra DS (sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim) 3 days
Urinary tract infection
No Side Effects
  2009-09-22 12:51:23.42
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Revlimid (lenalidomide) 25 mg 21 days
Multiple myeloma (a cancer that involved accumulation of abnormal "plasma" cells in the bone marrow - can cause anemia, bleeding, recurring infections, bone pain and weakness)
My hair has thinned, gotten straight and most of it has fallen out. I'm having intestinal cramping, low white counts and low neutrophils. I've been on it for over two years and now it's taking me longer for my white count to go up. It doesn't make it all the way to normal, even though my doctor says that my cancer is almost in remission. And even more worrisome is the fact that I am loosing my hearing and I have very bothersome tinitus. I'm being treated with intratympanal Dexamethasone in injections. I take 40 mg of this drug with the first dose of Revlimid each cycle. 48 Female 2009-09-03 20:11:21.407
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Concerta (methylphenidate) 54  
Adhesions (formation of scar tissue after trauma, infection or surgery - may cause pain or blockage)
I thought I was bleeding from hemroids but was i wrong,It became so common I didn't think anything of it until i started to bleed out, I was given every ct scan and dye test that the hospital could give me. then I read the warning again and it states that concerta may be visible on abdominal x-rays. maybe that is why the DR couldn't find anything, I required 16 units of blood 4 units of platlettes and 4 units of plazma,after i stopped bleeding I was released from the hospital and put back on concerta, i started bleeding immediatly, after a comment from my nurse practicioneer I stopped taking it and the bleeding stopped but I am just not the same and can't work like i used to. I lost everything being in the hospital and trying to recoperate 56 Male 2009-08-20 08:47:45.89
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Concerta (methylphenidate) 54mg 2 years
Adhesions (formation of scar tissue after trauma, infection or surgery - may cause pain or blockage)
  56 Male 2009-08-20 08:38:54.453
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ciprofloxacin 250 mg 3 days
Urinary tract infection
I have been off cipro for 3 months. I took 3 days worth for a "presumed" UTI. You learn the hard way that the doctors and nurses don't really understand the dangers of these drugs and prescribe them a bit too easily. I would rather wait out my infection, if thats what it was, then go through all this. My symptoms started within a couple days and was focused on rashs, brusing, strong joint pain and tendonitis anywhere you could think of it. The swelling followed later and then about 2 months afterwards, the vision issues showed up. My heart rate was increased from its normal 65-75 bpm to 80-90 bpm. Recently, it has dropped but my blood pressure has risen and is erratic. I have spells of lightheadedness and nausea, often after sleeping, but also after moderate exercise. This has progressed into insomnia and panic attacks which come with rapid heart rate and blood pressure changes (palpitations according to the ER staff). The stuff is insideous. You think you are getting over it and other crap shows up. It has affected all aspects of my life and pocketbook. Doctors need to be educated by patient advocates, not the drug company. 2009-08-13 14:12:09.267
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Chantix (varenicline) 1 mg 2 months
Bronchitis (inflammation/infection of the upper airways - may cause cough; sputum)
Chantix worked wonderfully for quitting smoking. I had been quit for 2 months when I had to stop taking it for excessive bruising. However, I have taken it since then without bruising, but always experience nausea and headache. 27 Female 2009-08-02 19:31:10.563
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