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User Voices for Montelukast Sodium

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Major Depression

... improvement to sinus and bronchial congestion, but the side effects were enormous: headaches, nausea, strange adrenaline rushes, muscle cramps/aches, insomnia, OCD, major depression , and probably 5-10...


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Major Depression

Side Effects: Major depression; uncontrollable, irrational rage/anger; major anxiety; abnormal heart palpitations; had no desire to socialize; feeling of bleakness/no hope

Worked wonderfull...


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Major Depression

Side Effects: Prevously took 5 mg on & off for 3-4 year, but when dosage was bumped up to 10 mg, had major depression , suicidal tendencies, lack of concentration, poor vision and trouble relating to ...


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Major Depression

Side Effects: Depression,anxiety,mood changes,fatigue

I took singular for 10 years and suffered major depression , anxiety. All these years I though it was from menepause or or just a family...


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