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Maxzide G: Triamterene/HCTZ I: Hypertension C: Diuretic combination sides: hypotension, dizziness
Medrol G: Methylprednisolone I: Inflammation C: Corticosteroid sides: insomnia, infection
Mevacor G: Lovastatin I: Hypercholesterolemia C: HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor sides: liver function, weak/painful muscles
Micronase/DIA Beta G: Glyburide I: Diabetes Mellitus C: Sulfonylrea sides: hypoglycemia
Mirapex G: Pramipexole I: Parkinson's Disease C: Dopamine agonist sides: tremors, mental disturbances
Mobic G: Meloxicam I: Anti-Inflammatory C: NSAID sides: ulcers,bleeding
Monoket G: Isosorbide Mononitrate I: Angina C: Vasodilator sides: headache
Motrin G: Ibuprofin I: Inflammation C: NSAID sides: ulcers, bleeding
Namenda G: Memantine I: Alzheimer's Disease C: NMDA receptor agonist
Naprosyn G: Naproxin I: Inflammation C: NSAID sides: ulcers, bleeding
Nasacort AQ G: Triamcinolone I: Allergies C: Corticosteroid sides: headache, local irritation
Nasonex G: Mometasone I: Allergies C: Corticosteroid sides: headache, rhinitis
Neurontin G: Gabapentin I: Seizures C: Anticonvulsant sides: edema, somulance
Nexium G: Esomeprazole I: GERD C: Proton Pump Inhibitor
Niaspan G: Niacin I: Hyperlipidemia C: Nicotinic acid
Norco/Vicodin CII G: Hydrocodone/Acetaminophen I: Pain C: Opiate agonist
Norvasc G: Amlopidine I: Hypertension C: Calcium Channel Blocker
NuvaRing G: Etonogestrel Ethinylestradiol I: Contraception C: Estrogen: progestin
Omnicef G: Cefdinir I: Bacterial Infection C: Cephalosporin
Ortho Tri-Cyclen G: Ethinyl-estradiol Norgestimate I: Birth Control C: Contraceptive
Oxycontin CII G: Oxycodone I: Pain C: Opiate agonist
Paxil G: Paroxetine I: Depression C: SSRI
Penicillin VK G: Penicillin I: Bacterial Infection C: Penicillin antibiotic\
Pepcid G: Famotidine I: GERD C: H2 blocker
Micozide G: Hydrochlorothiazide I: Hypertension C: Thiazide diuretic sides: hypotension, dizziness
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