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Desyrel G:Trazodone I: Depression C: Tricyclic sides: somnulance, sleepiness, suicidal thoughts
Detrol LA G: Tolterodine I: GU antispasmodic C: Incontinence sides: constipation, dry mouth
Differin G: Adapalene (topical) I: Acne C: Retinoid sides: redness
Diflucan G: Fluconazole I: Candidiasis C: Antifungal sides: abdominal discomfort, urinary retention
Dilantin G: Phenytoin I: Epilepticus (seizures) C: Hydantoin sides: mental confusion, bradycardia (low HR)
Dilacor G: Diltiazem I: Hypertension C: Calcium channel blocker sides: hypotension, edema
Diovan G: Valsartan I: Hypertension C: Angiotensin-2-receptor blocker (A2RB) sides: hypotension, dizziness
Doryx G: Doxycycline I: Infection C: Tetracycline sides: allergy
Dyazide G: Triamterene/HCTZ I: Hypertension C: diuretic combination sides: hypotension
Effexor G: Venlafaxine I: Depression C: Antidepressant sides: sleepiness, increase BP
Elavil G: Amitriptyline I: Depression C: Tricyclic antidepressant sides: drowsiness, dry mouth
EpiPen G: Epinephrine I: Anaphylaxis C: Catecholamine sides: tacycardia
Esidrix G: Hydrochlorothiazide I: Hypertension C: Thiazide diuretic sides: hypotension, dizziness
Flexeril G: Cyclobenzaprine I: Muscle spasm C: Skeletal muscle relaxant sides: blurred vision, drowsiness
Flomax G: Tamsulosin I: Prostate enlargement C: prostate receptor antagonist sides: dizziness, headache
Flonase Nasal G: Fluticasone I: Allergies C: Corticosteroid sides: headache, throat irritation
Flovent Inhaler G: Fluticasone I: Asthma C: Corticosteroid
Fluzone G: Influenza Vaccine I: Influenza C: Vaccine sides: local irritation, redness
Folic Acid G: Vitamin B9 I: Dietary supplement C: Vitamin
Fosamax G: Alendronate I: Osteoporosis C: Bone resorption inhibitor sides: asaphogal erosion, bone pain
Geodon G: Ziprasidone I: Antipsychotic C: Schizophrenia sides: blurred vision, dizziness
Glucophage G: Metformin I: Diabetes (type 2) C: Biguanide sides: anorexia, abdominal gas, bloating, diarrhea
Glucotrol G: Gilpizide I: Diabetes (type 2) C: Sulfonylurea sides: hypoglycemia, weight gain
GlycoLax G: Polyethylene glycol 3350 I: Constipation C: Osmotic laxative sides: diarrhea, abdominal cramping
Humalog G: Insulin Lispro I: Diabetes Mellitus C: Insulin sides: hypoglycemia, redness
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