Special precautions: Tamoxifen may make you more fertile. It is best to use some type of birth control (other than the Pill or other oral contraceptive, as it may change the effects of the tamoxifen) while being treated. Tell your doctor immediately if you think you may have become pregnant while taking this medicine.
Side effects needing immediate medical attention: Blurred vision; confusion; pain or swelling in legs; shortness of breath; unusual weakness.
Side effects that usually do not require medical attention:
Hot flashes; nausea; vomiting; weight gain; bone pain; changes in menstrual
period; headaches; genital itching; skin rash or dryness; vaginal bleeding
had to climb on top of a building, and use a ladder to get up to the billboard.
We used ropes to hang off the top of the billboard and change it. Fetish
Times printed a picture of it because of the S&M implications.
"The first night we went there we got about half of it stuck up and then the cops came, because I guess they thought we were trying to break into the building. . . we tricked them and got away. Then I went back the next night by myself and stuck the eyes up and some of the mouth and finished it up. It was in the Chronicle the next day. And I had a warning up there saying that they couldn't take it down for "x" number of days. They left it up, I guess, four or five days."
"They took down one of the other billboards that we did. . . way before they were supposed to, so we went around and filled up fire extinguishers with red paint and painted "KILL!" on about twelve billboards all around town, in letters about twelve feet high. And then my neighbor flipped out that week and killed some guy he didn't even know; the guy was leaving for work next door and he shot him in the back with a .357 magnum right through the window, and the window still has a hole in it. I think he thought he was someone else he had gotten in an argument with about his dogs, a week before. He flipped out and killed the guy 'cause he kinda had the same color hair."
|"Anyway, somehow I knew that if I got up I would do something
terrible that day. I just felt like I "had it in me," so to speak. I had
just spent the last three days passing between my bed and the toilet, each
time rising, feeling the familiar eclipse of my sickened delerium.
So often I thought of suicide. . . always coming to the conclusion that
I loved this sweet suffering too much to end it. So I would wind up pacing
around the house in a big circle that took me through all of the rooms,
past all of the windows."
"When I got up out of bed that morning, I reached between the mattress and the box spring and pulled out the gun. I was absently fingering the pistol as I passed the windows. I wasn't really thinking about it much when I shot him, it just kind of happened. After I pulled the trigger. . . it was like. . . I woke up. I guess I didn't even open the window—just shot right through it. I suppose it wasn't really either of our faults. . . he never did anything to me. . . I don't even recall ever having seen him before. I like to think that it just happened, and we happened in it."
Special precautions: If you will be using prednisone for a long time, your doctor may want you to follow a low-salt and/or potassium-rich diet. Stomach problems are more likely to occur if you drink alcoholic beverages while taking this medicine. Before having any kind of surgery (including dental surgery) or emergency treatment, tell the doctor in charge that you are taking prednisone. Diabetic patients: this medicine may affect blood sugar levels. If you notice a change in the results of your urine sugar test, notify you doctor immediately.
Side effects needing immediate medical attention: Irregular heartbeat; decreased or blurred vision; severe stomach pain or burning; wounds that do not heal; dizziness or repeated fainting.
Side effects that usually do not require medical attention: Frequent urination; increased thirst; skin rash, acne, or other skin problems; back or rib pain; filling or rounding out of the face; menstrual irregularity; depression; unpredictable mood changes; muscle weakness; nausea; vomiting; seeing halos around lights; frequent or continuous headaches; indigestion; false sense of well-being; increase in appetite; restlessness or nervousness; insomnia; modest weight gain.
Special precautions: In order that you receive the proper dose of lomustine, there may be two or more different types of capsules in the container. This is not an error. It is important that you take all of the capsules in the container as one dose so that you receive the right amount of medicine.
Side effects that usually do not require medical attention: Fever; chills; sore throat; unusual bruising or bleeding; awkwardness; confusion; slurred speech; sores in mouth and on lips; unusual decrease in urination; yellowing of eyes and skin; cough or shortness of breath; loss of appetite; nausea; vomiting; loss of hair; skin rash; itching. . . pain.