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Are there any doctors in Pinellas County Florida who take the Florida State insurance (blue card) who can help me get off of opiates? ## Hello, Susan! How are you? The Suboxone website has a search engine that lets you search by zip code for doctors in your area that treat with it. You can find it at Suboxone.com click here, and their contact information will be included, so you can call to see what insurance they accept and if they are accepting new patients. The FDA classifies Suboxone as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 1 minute ago in Suboxone.
 
clear cough syrup
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I am 56 years old. When I was a preteen my dad used to give my sister and I a clear medicine. It was the most horrible medicine I ever tasted! My OLD doctor said it was taken off the shelves because of miss use. I was trying to remember the name. ## I remember a clear cough syrup that was AWFUL called terpinhydrate. My brother & I used to run from it, but it really worked. It was discontinued in the 90's.
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Unexpected amount of Rage. I wanted to hurt someone very badly. I have never experienced Rage like this before, and I have struggled with Depression and PTSD for over 30 years. Nothing else in my life has changed except being changed to Viibryd. Nothing related to my PTSD triggered the rage. It came suddenly, unexpectedly and today (the next day), I'm exhausted and sore. I'm assuming from all the adrenaline that was running throughout my body. ## I've been taking Viibryd 40 mg for 7 weeks. I got through the loose stools side effect stage. It finally started working a little, except for the RAGE. It's really scary. I'm stopping starting tomorrow and going back to a regular SSRI like Lexapro. ## I find it really interesting how a medication that's being marketed fo...
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Legitimate Drugs?
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I'm always noticing prescription drugs being sold from out of country sites. Are these sites legit or should I continue to stay clear of them? ## Hello, Don! How are you? No, they are not legitimate. As long as the medication is available here in the U.S., or there is some similar drug available to treat the given condition, then importing is illegal. Exceptions are granted for drugs that have no equivalent available here to treat certain conditions, these typically fall under orphaned drug status. Is there anything else I can help with?
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chlorthalid and kidney stones
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I had calcium kidney stones. My doctor prescribed Chorthalid tab 25mg. to prevent me from forming more stones. I have seen no reference to taking it for this purpose. I also have low BP. Is it advisable for me to take it? ## Hello, Helen! How are you? I'm sorry about the kidney stones, they are very painful. And yes, according to the NIH, Chlorthalidone is used to help prevent calcium stones. As listed by the FDA, its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and dehydration/ How low is your normal blood pressure?
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I start taking redotex for almost 5 days. My whole body hurt and I have a severe headache. is this normal from the beginning? I take motrin it help. I need to take motrin 3 times day because of my whole body hurt and my headache also. Does anybody feel that way from the beginning. ## Hello, Missy! How are you? You need to see your doctor and inform that you were taking Redotex, to have yourself checked out. The FDA has issued a warning on this and banned the import of it, due to the fact that it was found to contain a dangerous combination of undeclared drug ingredients, including benzodiazepines (which risk being habit forming and causing seizures upon withdrawal) and amphetamine like stimulants. Is there anything else I can help with?
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i went to the doctor complaining abt too much smelling dischard and a painful intercourse. he gave me green tablets doxytet. now im hving pains on my bladder as if im having period pains.is dis normal? ## Doxytet contains the active ingredient Doxycycline, which is a Tetracycline class antibiotic. Below is a list of side effects associated with this drug: diarrhea itching of the rectum or vagina sore mouth Some side effects can be serious. If you experience any of these symptoms, call your doctor immediately: severe headache blurred vision skin rash hives difficulty breathing or swallowing redness of the skin (sunburn) yellowing of the skin or eyes itching dark-colored urine light-colored bowel movements loss of appetite upset stomach vomiting stomach pain extreme tiredness or weakness ...
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Percocet vs oxycodone
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I am prescribed oxycodone 30 mg tablets every month. I ran out a few days early and I just wanted to know if I could take 10 mg Percocet in the same quantity to keep my levels up? ## The problem with taking so much Percocet is the Acetaminophen in it. The FDA lists the maximum recommended daily dose it to no more than 3,000mgs and taking 9 Percocet in a day would come really close to that. You might be okay to do this, if your doctor approves, but generally they don't like you to take more than 2, at once. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. When do you see your doctor for a new prescription?
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Where can I fill a prescription for C Ketr Bup Eth Pp Cream? ## Hello, Jackie! How are you? I'm not sure what all of these abbreviations stand for, but I can tell you that these creams must be custom created by a specialty compounding pharmacy, so a regular pharmacy won't be able to fill it for you. The precise ingredients can vary from doctor to doctor and depends on what's being treated, but the FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including skin redness, dryness, irritation and rash. Do you have a large hospital nearby? If so, you can probably call them to find the nearest compounding pharmacy.
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Roxicodone M 30 Mg How Do You Prescription
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Script got wet n now is like a wet paste mess. What's the best way to dry this out. ## There really isn't one, either way some of the active ingredient will be lost and you're likely to end up with some mold and mildew by trying to dry it out. Learn more Roxicodone details here. I understand that it creates problems, because you can't readily get a replacement for a controlled substance, so I am sorry about that, but really the best thing to do is dispose of it. In the future, you should make sure not to store any medications in a place where they can easily fall into water or other liquids. Are there any other comments or questions? ## Return the script to your doctor and get a new one, a script must be in a unaltered state. So the only thing you can do is take the scri...
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