OMG, there are enormous differences between one generic thing with item A in it, or another, the fillers and the way its produced makes it different
for all people, and not to mention that we are all different. I can only take ibprofun for pain, swelling and for fevers, tylenol unless with codeine,
and can only take that when in extreme pain such as surgery, for its overpowering, doesnt work, so if i have to take that would take 5 or 6 at a time
to get even my fever lowered. well that is liver damage.
So....alot of meds have terrible side effects. People really need to search for arthritis meds and psychiatric meds for they seem to produce
cataract, glaucoma, and lower the immune system and you need testing. And that in turn means you can't just go off them quickly. My aunt got
everyone to check if they were taking something that caused cataracts after her surgery. Its horrible what they do.
Each drug is not the same, and to do that to people is extremely evil.
I think people need to really research and try natural substitutes for just about everything if they can possibly get away with it.
I'm so grateful that so far its just ibprofun, a few higher pain killers for surgery and antibiotics, once in a while, and thryoid meds. I even take
the supplements, vit D and MSM from the health food store only off and on, for don' t believe we're meant to be inundated with high doses of things
all the time.
By the way, the drugs that can cause cataracts, and that lower your plate count in your blood can cause sudden death syndrome if you have to go off
them suddenly. They hand them out like candy to bi polar disorder.
And they're very very dangerous. But, you can't just quit.
And its not up to an insurance company. Doctors who know your case, and often times, you have to work extra long years to even get them to stop doing
the wrong thing by you, and get something that even works, or a med change, Know Better than any insurance clown.
edit on 12-7-2013 by Unity_99
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