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yes it is safe
Yes, you can. Sulfa is a broad-spectrum (meaning, effective for many infections) antibiotic, and Prevacid is a proton-pump inhibitor used for heartburn and other acid-related stomach problems.
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Yes, anti-pregnancy is safe to prevent early/unwanted pregnancy. Abortion pills are the medicines that are used to terminate a pregnancy above 12 weeks. Birth control (anti-pregnancy pills) is used to prevent pregnancy. Birth control pills are considered effective to prevent pregnancy if you consume the pill within 72 hours.
No. Cephalexin (trade name Keflex) is a 1st generation cephalosporin, an antibiotic related to penicillin. It is not a sulfa drug or derivative.
Yes they are safe i am the creator of these pills and i have tried them my self!If they werent safe i wouldnt be taking them!And there are no sidifacts of these pills
There is little to no evidence to support the claims that breast enlargement pills work. While there is a chance that they will work, there is no evidence that they are safe. For those pills that have estrogen like effects, they could possibly cause uterine cancer.
These pills are safe for not only teenagers, but appropriate for all ages and safe during pregnancy.
The abortion pills (Mifepristone and Misoprostol) are very effective to terminate a pregnancy but it is not a recommended, effective means of preventing future pregnancy. There are many effective means of contraception. You can contact counselors at safe2choose to know more about abortion pills. safe2choose.org is a social enterprise that is a part of an international movement for reproductive health and access to safe abortion. They have trusted, trained and pro-choice healthcare providers.
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It would be best to talk to your veterinarian about this - many human drugs and pills are not safe for dogs. However, cranberry pills are not proven effective at mitigating bladder problems in humans either, so the odds these will help your dog is minimal at best.