Dizziness effect of Aldara

We have 108 consumer reports for Aldara. Dizziness effect occurred in 3%.

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Aldara Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 108 reported about Dizziness

  1. Larry D. Franklin says:
    4.5 rating

    Aldara for Condylomes

    Balance problems, muscle twitching, muscle weakness I have described here before my initial side effects (burning tongue, depression to suicidality.) About 1 week after my contribution from 07.01.11 I felt increasingly balance disorders and dizziness, in addition to a furry feeling in the area of It was not objectifying after these symptoms improved after about two weeks, but now it began with slight muscle twitches around the whole body about a week ago, I do not know what really happens in my body, but in front of the Aldara I have been very healthy and have never had any physical discomfort: since the beginning with Aldara this has changed radically, and I’m almost sure that it is directly related to Aldara For those who are interested: visit the homepage of Richard Beasley (aldara1.com) which was damaged by Aldara and collected all kinds of scientific to imiquimod h at. Has also successfully sued the manufacturing company.

    Side effects: Dizziness
  2. John L. Williams says:
    3.5 rating

    Aldara for Condylomes

    Aldara was used by me for the second time with a gap of about 6 months. The first time I can not remember side effects. Now I have the following: – heavy dizziness, sometimes no driving possible – body aches, especially in the legs – swollen lymph nodes – flu feeling – headache – tiredness, bedridden Before I take it again, I look for alternatives. I feel partly really sick. The question is whether this violent reaction really goes against the genital warts.

  3. Jack E. Sexton says:
    4.0 rating

    Aldara for Condylomes

    2 years ago I got infected with genital warts. A small wart on the foreskin, I did not think anything about it, because at first they look very harmless, like a small cauliflower, like a small harmless skin growth that one of older people knows. What happened? They multiplied very slowly. So after 2 months there were two. After 6 months, I went with four to the doctor and had me prescribe Aldara. At 11 pm I applied Aldara 5% three times a week. In the morning around 7 I washed them off with some soap. On the same day around 17: 18 o’clock muscle pain followed, followed by shivering and light daze. Around 10 pm driving was impossible. Dizziness and dizziness were too strong. This was repeated with almost every application. In addition, there were unwanted skin redness and swelling to cracked skin, which made it almost impossible for me to move my foreskin back. I broke off the treatment. I can only advise you to check yourself regularly, because at first the warts were limited to foreskin and frenulum. Later then also on the bottom just above the testicles in right pile. I started a new treatment. The recently emerged genital warts above the testicles dissolved after a few days in dead skin fragments. There is nothing more to see, except for those who have been with me for so long. Meanwhile I have to stop the treatment due to the swelling now and then for 2 days. So it also depends on quick action. If you discover genital warts in your area, go immediately to a doctor for skin and sexually transmitted diseases and do not wait long. Even if it means that they disappear in most cases by itself. About Aldara 5%: Aldara is different from person to person. Also depends a lot on what I consume to what extent during the treatment. Smoking is very bad. Drinking a lot helps with detoxification, i. the side effects do not last as long or are not as strong. How this affects the effectiveness against the warts I can not say. But I am convinced that there are also effective alternatives to ALdara. At the moment I am thinking about alternative treatment options. But I’m taking a distance from my OP. In too many cases it has been reported that the warts then spread more. 1) Thuja Q18 2) Thuja N Oligoplex + Thuja mother tincture or celandine + zinc + vitamins 3) Australian tea tree oil from the phylum melaleuca alteruifolia would be 3 options that I would like to clarify with my doctor of trust (very important). VLG your René