Los efectos secundarios más frecuentes de TECFIDERA incluyen flushing o rojez y problemas estomacales. Estos pueden presentarse, especialmente, al inicio del tratamiento y podrían disminuir con el paso del tiempo. Tomar TECFIDERA con alimentos puede ayudar a reducir el flushing o rojez. Llama a tu médico si estos síntomas te causan molestias o no desaparecen. Consulta a tu médico si tomar aspirina antes de la administración de TECFIDERA puede reducir el flushing o rojez. Estos no son todos los posibles efectos secundarios de TECFIDERA. Llama a tu médico para solicitarle asesoramiento médico sobre los efectos secundarios. Puedes informar los efectos secundarios a la Administración de Medicamentos y Alimentos (FDA, por sus siglas en inglés) al 1-800-FDA-1088. Para obtener más información, ingresa a .
I used creatine 8 or so years ago, had great gains, ( it was the exact same product then & dont tell me its gotten better becasue its effervescent or some .) But I also had a frequent & uncomfortable need to urinate that was NOT just from consuming extra liquid, but from my kidneys being put on overload & doing damage to them with this stuff. I drank plenty of water, took a little less than the recommended dose & was having the urination problem for years after the use of creatine… I also was very short tempered with my family & young kids at the time I took it as it altered my mood.
I also have a friend who underwent a kidney transplant, that if he didnt get, he would have died . the reason for his kidney failure was creatine & he would tell you to stay far away from it as it almost costed him his life. This stuff is absolutely no good-
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