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Sore and swollen throat after taking nuvigil. Severe headache, body ache and fever. Should I reduce the dose?

Hi, I took my first 150mg dose of nuvigil 41/2 hrs ago. I have developed a sore, slightly swollen throat . I have a severe headache and feel like my jaws are tight. I ache all over. At first I had severe abdominal pain , but that is starting to subside. I also have a slight fever . My mouth also feels sore. Should I be concerned? Will it make a difference if I cut my dose in half tomorrow ?
Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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thanks for the enquery
so u r in a consanguinous relationship
and adverse effect of that can not be prevented by drugs or something else
if u r not taking issues right now u can use contraception in any form to prevent pregnancy but even in future the risk of having effects of a consanguinous marriage on ur baby cannot be prevented by medication or any other methods though those risks are very less
i think u got my point
thank u
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