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User Voices for Montelukast Sodium

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Nasopharyngitis

Side Effects: SEVERE Depression, Bronchitis, Constant Cold Symptoms

While taking this drug, I became more depressed than I've ever felt in my life. I have always been a happy person, but I...


Source: SINGULAIR: Side effects, ratings, and ...

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Nasopharyngitis

Side Effects: High fever and cold symptoms . Night terror.

My 2 year old son was prescribed because he may have mild asthma and coughs a lot at night. His allergy doctor prescribed it. He ha...


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Nasopharyngitis

... of corn and wheat. Whenever I ate these products in more than very small quantities, my sinuses would fill and within 6-8 hours I would develop a bad post-nasal drip, cold symptoms that lasted over a...


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