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what is trixazole used for
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How many days does trixazole take to boost your immune system in order for your cd4 count to be up? ## Please correct me if I'm wrong, but in my investigation, trixazole does not appear to be the correct spelling of the alleged medication... Did you mean to say Triazole or Tinidazole by chance? Triazole is an antibiotic containing a combination of sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim; used to treat a variety of bacterial infections. Tinidazole is also an antibiotic/anti-parasitic that treats a variety of bacterial/parasitic infections... But just so you're aware, antibiotics of this nature do not boost the immune system. They simply kill off the bad (and good) bacteria. If you're trying to boost your immune system, my personal opinion is that you can't go wrong with a stead...
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Oxycodone prescription filled early if I don't use my insurance?
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I have insurance that covers my oxycodone prescription once every 30 days. However, can I fill a prescription early if I don't use my insurance? ## The pharmacists check the Prescription Monitoring Program in your state before filling these rxs. It will depend on how early it is and also on the pharmacist. The only thing your insurance company decides is if it is too early they won't pay for it. The insurance company has nothing to do with you being able to fill it early. ## its all up to the pharmacist, you can say you are leaving town and make it sound far, so they wont say just have them call us, actually they cant anymore cuz of stick drug laws just say your leaving town for a few weeks, oxtcontin 20mg alone is $300,00 did you know that? but Oxycodone 10 mg are not expensive...
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small round yellow pill blank on one side & scored on the other
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I have some small round yellow pills with no markings except a half break line on one side. ## I have small yellow circle shape blank with just a line in the middle across one side and the other side is blank and I was told they are 10mg whinstrol tabs? ## I want to know if anyone's seen or knows of a whinstrol pills that is small circle shape with no imprint on it but on one side just has a line through the middle and just blank on the other side?? ## One thing we can rule out is that it's not a US-based prescription drug, since the FDA requires manufacturers to have imprints on their pills for identification. However this still leaves a wide variety of prospects (be it illicit, foreign, OTC, etc)... So I think the only way to find out for certain would be to have its contents ...
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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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meganeuron od plus contains vitamin
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Does Meganueron Tablet contain only Vit B 12, or does it contain the entire B complex group. I have been taking meganueron for nerve health and it helpd. But why am I getting symptoms of Vit B deficiency. ## Meganeourn od plus 1500 is for B12 deficiency?I am taking this medicine for one year +3 months
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I took a double dose of my Carvedilol 3.125mg and my Atorvastatin 20mg by accident and need to know if this could possibly hurt me as I have congestive heart failure? ## I accidentally took my Carvederol Bllod Pressure medicine at 9 pm and 11 pm can that hurt me ## @Sue & Debbie, Sorry to hear about the mishap. I noticed that it's been several weeks since the timing of this incident... How are you two feeling at the moment? Did either of you ever end up experiencing any unusual side effects or had to go to the emergency room? Generally in cases like this, the best thing to do is contact your doctor immediately and/or poison control just to be on the safe side. For your own peace of mind, their hotline # is 1-800-222-1222. My theory is that if this was only a one time occurrence ...
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looking 4 dr in knoxville tn that prescribes pain meds
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In 2012 I had a spinal fusion that didn't go well. I'm partially paralyzed on my left side. I've been going to a pain management clinic & they've had me on oxycodone 10mg 4 times a day & OxyContin 10mg 3 times a day. I've never had a pill count that was off & always passed the UA. Suddenly in November I'm 8 short on my OxyContin & my results come back with hydro in my system. We were renting a room to a young woman & she moved to Texas in November btw did you ever notice how much a 10mg white hydro looks like oxycodone? Obviously I got kicked out of the program. I'm in constant pain & they told me to ween myself off the meds. Even if I could ween myself off of meds in a month that I've been on for 3 years, I'm still in pain. Af...
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stroke by stopping eliquis
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Hello, I'm wondering if anyone else has experienced this. My m was on blood thinner eliquis for several years and doing fine, one day she told the doctor that there may be blood in stool. The dr immediately said stop taking eliquis now! Three days later she went in for a scope of her upper abdominal and such to check for and bleeding and She came though with flying colors mom was sent home with photos of what they didn't find and paper work with instructions on how to finish the day but there was never any instructions to restart the eliquis! 12 days later I lost my mom to a massive stroke. She was a 65 year old living in and 83 year old body and was completely capable of eeveryday duties and could take care of her self. Does my story relate to anyone else out there? ## Yes...my...
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green pill e 7 - oxycodone 15mg?
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I have a mint green pill that has a curved e with a line in the middle and a 7 on the right. What is it? ## Hi Cam, Just to confirm, the pill you're describing does fit the physical description of a 15mg Oxycodone hydrochloride tablet. For verification, the manufacturer is reported to be Epic Pharma and carries a National Drug Code of 42806-007-01. If you're looking for a photograph, perhaps you could contact their customer service department for more specific details via email at: N.Bornell@Epic-Pharma.com I hope this helps!
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procedure for stopping eliquis and going back to asprin
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Anyone know how to safely get off eliquis and back on just asprin? ## Hi cynthia, Depending on how long you've been on Eliquis (Apixaban) for, I think it would be wise to talk to your doctor about developing some sort of tapering schedule that reduces any risk of serious withdrawal symptoms. According to ucsd.edu, apparently Eliquis comes with a "black box warning label" regarding its withdrawals in patients with A-Fib (atrial fibrillation); with some articles stating that Eliquis may trigger a stroke if suddenly stopped. So working closely with your doctor to avoid that risk seems to me like it should be first priority. Does anyone else here have personal experience coming off Eliquis who can offer some pointers on what to expect? ## Hi Cynthia I have also come off Elequis ...
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