Anti-inflammatory medications - nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
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Depleted levels of iron may lead to anemia and weakened immune function. In the event of anemia, symptoms include dizziness, fatigue, shortness of breath, pale skin color, and possibly irregular heartbeat.Melatonin
Reduced levels of melatonin in the body have been associated with sleep disturbances and jet lag.Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)
Low levels of folic acid have been linked to anemia, heart disease, and birth defects.Zinc
Signs and symptoms of zinc deficiency include loss of appetite or sense of taste, growth retardation, skin changes, and increased susceptibility to infection.
The selected depletions information presented here identifies some of the nutrients that may be depleted by certain medications. The signs and symptoms associated with nutrient deficiency may also indicate conditions other than nutrient deficiency. If you are experiencing any of the signs or symptoms mentioned, it does not necessarily mean that you are nutrient deficient. Nutrient depletion depends upon a number of factors, including your medical history, diet, and lifestyle, as well as the length of time you have been taking the medication. Please consult your health care provider; he or she can best assess and address your individual health care needs and determine if you are at risk for nutrient depletions from these medications, as well as others not listed here.
- Cataflam Oral
- Solaraze Topical
- Voltaren Ophthalmic
- Voltaren Oral
- Voltaren-XR Oral
- Lodine XL
- Advil Migraine Liqui-Gels[OTC]
- Children's Advil Oral Suspension[OTC]
- Children's Motrin Oral Suspension[OTC]
- Junior Strength Motrin[OTC]
- Midol IB[OTC]
- Motrin IB [OTC]
- Motrin Migraine Pain[OTC]
- Orudis KT[OTC]
- EC Naprosyn
- Tolectin DS
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