Douching Side Effects: So your boyfriend likes to go down on you and, because you want to make the experience more pleasant for him, you are now thinking of douching the vajayjay. Should you or shouldn’t you? What are the side effects, if any, of vaginal douching? Are there long term negative health effects that women should be aware of?
Well, curious internet friend, douching is BAD, BAD, BAD for you. Don’t do it! There’s no benefit in douching (unless you think a false sense of cleanliness is beneficial) and there’s a lot of health risks involved with the practice.
Diclegis Side Effects. Last April this year, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Diclegis for the treatment of nausea and vomiting among pregnant women. The drug has been proven to be effective in treating said conditions and is, reportedly, the only drug approved by the FDA to treat NVP (nausea and vomiting of pregnancy) in women who do not respond to conservative management. But does Diclegis have side effects that we should be aware of? [Note: Diclegis is marketed as Diclectin in Canada.]
Well, according to the FDA media release, the most common side effect of this drug is drowsiness or sleepiness which can be severe. Which is why it is recommended that you should avoid using Diclegis if you have to do something which requires you to be mentally alert.
What are the side effects of Ravicti, the newly approved drug for urea cycle disorders (UCD)? According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Ravicti has the following side effects: diarrhea, flatulence, and headache. We’re pretty sure that those are only the most common side effects and that we will eventually know the lesser known, less common side effects once we agency releases the prescribing information for the drug.
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