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8 Strange Side Effects of Common Drugs


You will be surprised to read what your medicine cabinet hides, because you probably have at least four drugs that are on this list. Many common drugs have side effects, but we’ve made a list with 8 STRANGE side effects of those drugs you probably take frequently.

Even your ear drops have side effects so, you will realize after reading this article how the most common drugs can cause you harm. Ibuprofen it’s on the top of the list, making its way there because it can cause Stevens Johnsons Syndrome that can literally burn you alive.

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2 thoughts on “8 Strange Side Effects of Common Drugs”

  1. Would like to discuss with mgmt. about positive results of Macular Degeneration due to taking your product.
    I LOVE Healthy Habits!

  2. Thanks for the article. Where can I get additional information about medicines I take? I take 14 meds per day, individually, sometimes I have to take two and three dosages. The biggest problem I’m having is with my skin and my mind. On my skin I have skin moles growing everywhere, within the last year I began experiencing itching and burning in my private parts, the itching and burning started out small and it grew more and more. Last week I looked at the lower part of my stomach, I saw a lot of skin moles and skin tags, I don’t sweat that much, its not hereditary.

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