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Difference Between Adderall And Amphetamine Salts
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I was recently diagnosed with Adult ADD and have been prescribed Amphetamine Salts (Generic for Adderall) for a few months now. The initial dosage was one 10mg tablet/ three times a day and recently my Doctor upped the dosage to one 30mg tablet/ twice a day. I know that overall this has been very beneficial for me but I cant help but wonder if the generic brand (IR Amphetamine Salts) has less of the active ingredient, and more unnecessary side effects(irritability, fatigue). I know that while the active ingredients are likely to be the same, the "fillers" usually are not and even the active ingredients can vary up to 10%. I also know that everybody reacts differently depending on their bodies' make-up as well as the drugs and I have always reacted sensitively to any kind of ...
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how strong is a white ip 110. vs the yellow 10/325
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I was on the yellow 10/325. They claimed all they did is just took out the dye. I've been on this dose for years and I guess they thought I was an i**** because they put me on a Norco 10/325 ip 110. I noticed right away they were much weaker. I don't want to have to take more but the reality is they are weaker than the yellow ones. I'm having to take three and still don't feel it working like the two yellow ones I've always taken. Is there a generic that is just as strong as the yellow? ## Hi mel, You are right about Actavis claiming the only notable difference to be a removal of yellow dye; but it would seem to me that there's something the manufacturer isn't telling us. Not only do I have a relative with similar complaints about the white tablet being ineff...
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chicago pain now
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Looking for a doc who isn't scared to treat a real pain problem and NOT DR G he had the right idea but wrong person to do the job. I pay cash and don't mind paying what you are worth I needed this yesterday
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Information on new Zubsolv pills- 8/2 mg & 12/3 mg
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I went to my doc in hopes of getting the new 8/2 mg or 12/3 mg because I'm on the 5.7/1.4 mg dose and have been taking more than prescribed and got shut down. She told me that because they were so strong the only way to get them was in a controlled environment, I'm guessing rehab. I honestly believe that they just haven't taken the new certification test to prescribe these stronger pills though. Advice for anyone that plans to ask for these higher doses, I've read that they won't switch you if you are on more than two 5.7/1.4 mg pills a day. Seems a little backwards but that's all the info I've gotten so far. If my docs decide to get certified to prescribe these higher dosages I'll let you know. If anyone has any more info please post. Have a great day.
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family physicians willing to write pain medicatin 15137
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I have severe rare untreatable lupus,which has affected most of my organs. I have a pain clinic I go to,but want a family physician willing to write my medications if I have a problem. I'm looking for some near Monroeville ,PA or North Versailles ,PA.
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What is stronger Dilaudid or Oxycontin 40 mg.?
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I have been on Dilaudid for over 2 years now and I can't seem to get off of it. I'm under a doctor's care, but anyone who is on it knows it's very addicting! I think like everybody else, it's no good if you take it orally. It's only effective other ways. I always run out of Dilaudid before my prescription is ready to refill and recently I bought some oxycontin 40 mg. to see if they could replace my 4 mg. Dilaudid. However, I did 1/2 of a 40 mg. and I felt nothing. An hour later I did my 4 mg. Dilaudid and really felt it. But they are very short lived, that's why for cronic pain they like to give these stupid time release pain pills. How many mg.'s does equal the same amount of dilaudid? I also would like to know if anyone has ever tapered off of Dilaudid?...
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Bronkaid Tablets
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Are we sure that bronkaid tablets haven't been taken off the market in some areas? I went to 3 different drug stores today, in Columbus County, North Carolina, to purchase, and there was an empty shelf where they once were. Not even the pharmacists could say whether they had been discontinued. ## Bronkaid is not being carried in drug stores in Columbia city indiana ## Thanks for your kind response. ## Bronkaid was discontinued as of 12/31/11 due to a phase out of these types of medications. Have you tried consulting your doctor about using an alternative medication? ## Actually, we have not. The medicines are for my wife, who has had bouts with asthma her entire life. It seems that once we find something that works, it is discontinued. The physicians advice, I suppose, is always goo...
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i needa doctor in marion north carolina that is willing to prescribe my pain meds and clonazpham along with other medications
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I am a 51 year old woman that is on disibality. I DESPERATLY NEED A DOCTOR.. in or as near as possible to Marion North Carolina, that will take medicade and will prescribe my pain meds. and clonazapham alond with my other meds. and not treat me like a criminal PLEASE! ## Hello, Nanna! How are you doing? I'm sorry, but due to the new regulations that were put in place this year, if you require such medications on a long-term, ongoing basis, you'll need to see specialists for each related condition. For instance, pain medications will need to be prescribed by a pain management specialist and Clonazepam from another, a PCP can only write now for general medications, such as those for high blood pressure. Do you currently have a PCP that could refer you to the appropriate doctors? I...
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Voveran sr 100 Side Effect
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List me out the possible side effects of voveran sr 100. ## Voveran (also known as Diclofenac in the U.S), is among the better tolerated NSAIDs. Though 20% of patients on long-term treatment experience side effects, only 2% have to discontinue the drug, mostly due to gastrointestinal complaints. A few possible side effects I located include the following: Liver and kidney damage, water retention leading to high BP. For more detailed information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## I am a 57 year old lady. I have been taking Voveran SR 100 mg twice daily for last six years for severe pain due to Osteoarthritis and repeated fractures in the lower limbs due to Osteoporosis. Since ...
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hydrocodone n s1
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Is it really hydrocone 10- 325 generic lortab??? ## Lortab, Norco and Vicodin all have hydrocodone and tylenol in them So yes, hydrocodone and tylenol is generic for Lortab.
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