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ARB ,Betablocker and calcium channel blockers combination
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Is there any harm if i take Telmisartan 40 mg and stamlobeta 25 mg together? becasue one is ARB and the other is Beta blocker and calcium channel blocker.
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Oxycodone (QLT)
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I need to know if oxycodone (manufacturer QLT) is gluten and soy free. ## Hi Bella, According to nih.gov, oxycodone made by QLT Pharmaceuticals has been reported to contain the following set of inactive ingredients: lactose monohydrate magnesium stearate microcrystalline cellulose povidone sodium starch glycolate stearic acid NOTE: the 15 and 30mg tablets also have yellow and/or blue dye. Most of those ingredients seem fine in terms of not being associated with gluten or soy. However an article by medicine.virginia.edu states that "sodium starch glycolate" is a type of starch that's usually obtained from a potato, BUT drug companies may take it from any starch source (including those with gluten) - so you may have to speak with the manufacturer directly in order to find out ...
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Is this 20 mg oxycodone? Without apap?
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Pharmacies that were able to fill my script for Norco in Metro Detroit
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I am starting this thread so we may be able to aid each other when we have problems filling our prescriptions in Metro Detroit area. If you'd like to just make it all of Michigan that would be fine too since some people may travel out of the Metro Area. I haven't been able to fill my script for a week now and I have hit every pharmacy imaginable. If I am successful at filling my script, I will list the pharmacy that was able to fill it afterwards. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Let's ban together and make this stressful and unfortunate situation easier for those of us who have had to wrongfully suffer through the negligence of the med chain. We shouldn't have to suffer because of those whom abuse the system and perform criminal activities when it comes to the very...
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a2z extra strength pain relief
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A2Z Allergy Acetaminophen cetirizine ## Hi bonnnie, From what I could find, "Health A2Z" is the name of the manufacturer. Walmart shows that they make extra strength pain relief PM tablets that has 500mgs of Acetaminophen (for pain) + 25mgs of Diphenhydramine HCL (as a sleep aid). They also have what's called 'non-drowsy allergy relief tablets' that reportedly contain 10mgs of Loratidine (an antihistamine). However I have yet to find any specific details on the combination you mentioned that contains Acetaminophen + Cetirizine. Is this something you've taken before?
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metoprolol - generic
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My insurance isn't covering this. Anthem Pathway. What is an alternative? ## Hi Meatbe, There are a large number of different blood pressure medications to choose from in the realm of prescription drugs. Linked below is Anthem's 2015 drug formulary, representing their list of covered cardiovascular/hyptertension-related medications on page 28: anthem.com/ca/shop/content/olspublic/pdf/2015/english/MAPD_ComForm_Adv_CA_LA.pdf What I would probably encourage you to do is print out this page and bring it to your doctor to better determine which options are most appropriate based on your condition as well as what your specific plan is willing to cover. I hope this helps!
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new orleans suboxone doctors
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Hi I am looking for a suboxone doctor in the N.O. area that will prescribe both sub and an anxiety medication. I know most doctors don't like writing both. If anybody knows of any please let me know. Thanks! ## Brittany, I know a DR in Slidell that will give something for anxiety/sleep with the Suboxone. How can I give you my email or what ever way you want to converse. ## I need help with suboxone that takes medicaid ## If you have Louisiana Medicaid, it will pay for the dr and suboxone .But, there are Maximum Daily Limits of suboxone that Medicaid will pay for. ## yes can you please send me the doctors name that you were talking about that takes med for subs. THANK YOU SO MUCH. I stay in baton rouge and cant find any around here that will. ## I would really like to know about that...
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Why is my Wellbutrin suddenly making me feel out of it? Could something be wrong with the release mechanism?
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I've been taking generic Wellbutrin XL , made by Par pharmaceuticals, for the past months. Has always worked great, no problems. Last week I went to CVS to pick up a refill , and they gave me the same tablets as always, made by Par pharmaceuticals. But all of a sudden, after I take it, I feel really good for about 3 hours and then all of a sudden my mood plummets and I feel foggy and confused for the rest of the day. Could Par have changed something about their release mechanism? Is that possible? I've never had issues with them until now. This has never happened before. I can't figure out what's going on
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What Is The Best Generic Version Of Wellbutrin Xl - Watson or Anchen?
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My doctor will not prescribe generic Wellbutrin XL but my insurance will no longer pay for brand name drugs. I will have to pay about $7000 per yer for what I am taking now (3 of the 150mg Wellbutrin XL brand name per day). I am reading that the problem with the generics is the time release mechanism and not the drug itself and that some are better than others. Anybody have experience with the generics made by Watson and /or Anchen? ## I have no experience using it, but I do understand the problems that can occur with generic medications. I also did some searching and from what I've found online, most that have tried the one manufactured by Anchen have had good results with it. However, you may not get the same results, the only way to find out is to actually try it and see how it w...
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asp 75 gastro resistant vs asp 75 delayed release
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is ecosprin 75 delayed release and ecosprin gastro resistant same ? ## Hi saah, "Gastro-resistant" and "delayed release" are two completely different components. The term "gastro-resistant" (also commonly referred to as "enteric-coated") is simply a buffer agent to make it easier on the stomach. And "delayed release" casually refers to longer lasting effects. However, to better address your question, Ecosprin (Aspirin) 75mg delayed release tablets ARE described on several sites as being enteric-coated. So in that sense they do share the same properties. I hope this helps!
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