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Procter and Gamble What Do You Know About This
 
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brendakidd
08/03/10
Brenda Kidd Tuesday, August 3, 2010 Procter And Gamble What Do You Know About This
Procter and Gamble what do you know about this?

This Is What We Should Have Known, But Did Not Know About Actonel.

Below are the inactive ingredients in Actonel that are also in your food, cosmetics, medication, household supplies, and much more.
Crospovidone, hydroxypropyl cellulose, hypromellose, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, polyethylene glycol, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, lactose monohydrate

1. They knew you were going to lose your hair, so they put Silicon Dioxide in Actonel to stop hair lost. But, Silicon Dioxide has a deficiency that also causes you to lose your hair.
2. They knew you were going to be constipated because Risedronate cause constipation, so they put polyethylene Glycol, Hydroxypropl Cellulose, and Magnesium Stearate in Actonel to stop constipation, but Polyethylene Glycol, Hydroxypropl Cellulose and Magnesium Stearate have side effects that cause diarrhea.
3. They knew you were going to bleed, because Polyethylene Glycol causes bleeding from the rectum. And Hydroxypropyl Cellulose also causes bleeding. So they put Microcrystalline Cellulose in Actonel to stop the bleeding, but it could not stop my bleeding from the rectum and other patients bleeding too.
4. They knew you were going to have severe eye problems with Hydroxpropyl Cellulose, so they put Hypromellose in Actonel. But, Hypromellose has side effects that cause eye problems, red eye, sensitive to light, eye pain, and change in vision, lost of vision and more. And that along with more is why data has been hid and omitted.

As the problems, with inactive ingredients grows, the FDA has taken the following position on their website: Due to an overwhelming response, we are no longer accepting Inactive Ingredient related questions via drugproducts@cder.fda.gov. We have been inundated with requests and do not have the resources to adequately respond to questions in a timely manner. For the population these severe adverse reactions can be life threatening. We as consumers should be informed of the inactive ingredients adverse side effects too. My mission is to inform each nation populations of the dangerous drug Actonel, which gives you life threatening side effects. Some of Actonel side effects cannot be fixable. However, being exposed to a small amount or to an excessive amount of Actonel’s inactive ingredients mix with Actonel’s active ingredient Risedronate can result in serious life threatening adverse side effects, even deaths. Actonel lodges in your throat, if you inhaled some of the inactive ingredients in Actonel, they can cause cancer, which also can be deadly. Therefore if Actonel is lodged in your throat, you are inhaling dangerous, harmful, medication. Brenda Kidd