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Receiving Norepinephrine

Receiving Norepinephrine

Norepinephrine may treat condition or indication on Cardiogenic Shock, Hypotension, Septic Shock and Upper GI bleeding but gives some certain side effects like hives; difficulty in breathing; swelling of your lips, tongue, throat or face. Once you have these signs of allergic reactions seek for medical help. Some serious side effects like weakness or muscle pain, feeling cold or numbness in your arm and legs, having trouble breathing, nausea with vomiting, fast or slow or not even heart rate, bluish on tip of finger nails, not urinating or less than the usual urination, skin is mottled, skin or veins where medicine is injected are irritated, sudden numbness of the body usually only on one side of the body, a sudden headache, vision and speech problems, confusion. Other side effect that are not mentioned also may occur, consult your doctor for any unusual or seriously bothersome side effects.

This neurotransmitter is related to N Acetyltyrosine, DL Phenylaline, and ExcitaCor.

Doctors usually ask if you are taking drugs that may affect norepinephrine before receiving it. You should tell your doctor if you are using or having a medication on blood pressure an MAO inhibitor like isocarboxazid or Marplan, phenelzine , rasagiline, salegiline, or tranycypromine; or an antidepressant like a amitriptyline, amoxapine, clomipramine, desipramine, doxepin, imipramine, nortriptyline, protriptyline, or trimipramine. You are not advised to receive norepinephrine if you are using any kind of these drugs, dosage adjustments or test during treatment may be needed. Other drugs that are not mentioned may also affect norepinephrine; you should inform your doctor about all your over-the-counter medications and prescription that you are using. It includes your vitamin and minerals, herbal products, and also includes prescribed drugs by other doctors. Always consult your doctor when starting a new medication.

You should also take into consideration norepinephrine overdose, symptoms of overdose includes a slow heart rate, severe headache, blurred vision, trouble on concentration, sensitivity to light is increased, severe back and chest pain, skin becoming pale, sweating and vomiting or convulsion. If any of these symptoms and other symptoms that you may encounter, immediately seek for medical assistance.

Always consult and follow your doctor's advice and instructions about any restrictions in beverages, foods, and different activities you take and other medications after treatments with norepinephrine.

 


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