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Methamphetamine is also used for weight reduction in obese patients.
Lifestyle changes or medical treatment may decrease the risk associated with the following factors: Heart disease Medication side effects Severe electrolyte imbalances Use of stimulant drugs such as cocaine or methamphetamine If you ...
Cocaine and methamphetamine use have been linked to intestinal ischemia.
.), which is used to treat severe allergic reactions or a severe asthma attack Duloxetine (Cymbalta), a medication given to treat nerve problems in people with diabetes, or as a treatment for depression Venlafaxine (Effexor XR), a treatment for depre...
Methamphetamine use can cause severe dry mouth and damage to teeth, a condition also known as "meth mouth."
Risk factors Things that may increase your risk of ventricular fibrillation include: A previous episode of ventricular fibrillation A previous heart attack A heart defect you're born with (congenital heart disease) Heart muscle disease (cardiomyopath...
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