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What are the side effects of taking medication for nerve irritation in the hand?

A treatment of IONTOPHORESIS WITH DEXAMETHASONE has been recommended for nerve irritation in my left hand (fingers thru carpel tunnel). I want to be sure there is no drug interaction with drugs I am currently taking, which are: Escitalopram tabs 10mg, Evista 60mg, Centram Silver for Women, Clariton, Chelated Magnesium, Potassium 99mg, Citracal + D3, Acetamenaphin, Vitamine D3 l000IU, Fiber Tabs (Calcium Polycarbophil) 625mg, Turmeric Supreme;, Miralax Stool Softner, Metamucil, Prilosec, and caffeine tablet. Thank you. Carole Gillin YYYY@YYYY
Mon, 15 Jun 2015
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if the pain is not relieved with medication and taking so many medications are troublesome then it is better option to do surgery for permanent cure.
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