In some cases, the symptoms may be symptoms of withdrawal, but they’re also signs of a drug allergy or other health issue.
When people are not taking medications, they’re likely to develop more serious symptoms.
A drug withdrawal can also be caused by other health problems, such as a history of infections, cancer, or a medical condition.
When a person is experiencing symptoms of a health issue, they may seek treatment for those issues.
If they don’t, they could become depressed or suicidal.
And if they don.
that person could have symptoms of the flu or other serious illness.
To learn more about how to identify a drug withdrawal and how to treat it, read the full article.
If you’re experiencing symptoms that are unusual or unrelated to a drug, the next step is to seek medical attention.
If there’s any concern about a patient or they’re experiencing difficulty with their health, they should see a doctor immediately.
For more information on how to find and treat a drug and health issue that may be contributing to a withdrawal, see our article on what you need for a drug test.
If the symptoms are unusual, the doctor may prescribe a drug to help treat them.
If a patient has taken other medications, it may help to ask for a prescription for them.
That can be done at a pharmacy or with a doctor.
A doctor can prescribe medications to help manage symptoms.
But if the symptoms aren’t affecting the patient’s health, there’s no reason to order a prescription.