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can i take methadone with adderall
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can you take methadone while taking adderall ## Hi Danny, Based on my research there are no drug interactions found between Methadone and Adderall. This does not necessarily mean no interactions exist, but my sources state that every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is accurate. On a side note, there are interactions found between certain foods or drinks and both of your medications: Regarding Methadone, it states that co-administration with grapefruit juice may increase the plasma concentrations of the drug. (So you'll want to try and avoid drinking this when your taking methadone). Regarding Adderall, it states to generally avoid alcohol, as it may potentiate the cardiovascular effects of amphetamines (although the exact mechanism of interaction is unkn...
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is it okay to chew a fentanyl 50mg pain patch
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ive been given fentanyl 50mg pain patches an i was just wondering if its okay to cut one in half an chew on it? ## I would say definitely NOT - The Fentanyl transdermal patch is supposed to be absorbed by the body gradually. If you were to chew on it you would be taking a very dangerous risk - this is a very strong medication! Chewing on it would essentially release 3 days worth of of a narcotic into your body which is more powerful than morphine! Please post back with any other thoughts you have about this and please be safe! ## Obviously, chewing the patch is unsafe, but again...people are going to chew them. You can chew em as long as you take only small portions at a time. Just moderate yourself and don't overdue it. ## Keep in mind that fentanyl patches are close to 80 TIMES mo...
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Lo Loestrin Fe: I took a white tablet instead of a blue-HELP?!
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I accidentally took a white tablet instead of a blue one for lo loestrin fe. What do I do?!? ## Hi Sarah, I wouldn't worry. Based on my research, there isn't a huge difference between the blue and white Lo Loestrin Fe pills. The white pills contain 0.1 mg of Ethinyl Estradiol; one of the synthetic estrogens used in most birth controls. The blue pills also contain 0.1 mg of Ethinyl Estradiol plus an additional 1 mg of Norethindrone; which is another type of synthetic estrogen. Basically, you just took a smaller dose of birth control, but not by much. This shouldn't effect you in a major way, you might just experience some light spotting and/or cramping. Learn More: Ethinyl Estradiol + Norethindrone Details Please post back if you have any additional questions or concerns, I h...
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side effects of amitriptyline tab 10mg
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amitriptyline tab 10 mg generic for elavil other than drowsiness ## Common side effects of using Amitriptyline include: Weight gain, dry mouth, loss of appetite, drowsiness, muscle stiffness, nausea, constipation, nervousness, dizziness, blurred vision, urinary retention and insomnia. NOTE: This is not a complete list of side effects. To view more information about this drug, as well as a full list of side effects, please visit the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back so I can further assist you. ## I was prescribed these tabs when I had bad attack of migraine, believe me I didnt take kindly to them, I was always drowsy and sleepy and had to quit taking them. It was like I was on valium. ## Been taking Amitriptyline for over 3 years now. It has def...
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Norco Shortage in Michigan
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Is anyone else having problems finding a pharmacy to fill their scripts of Norco? I have been taking them for a few years now for my chronic pain. I always go to the same pharmacy chain, and its always the same doctor who writes my scripts, but since the new law change no one seems to have them in stock. Some pharmacists told me it was a manufacturer back order. We are told not to go without our meds, but yet how is that possible if we can't get them? Anyone knows of a pharmacy that has Norco 10/325 in the metro Detroit area? ## Dear Painfully Annoyed, Yes, this appears to be a huge problem at the moment. I have called every pharmacy in my insurance plan and everyone says the same thing. Your not alone, I was told it is a repackaging issue with the manufacturers due to the new laws....
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Doctor who prescribes pain meds Minnesota
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Hi, I had a work injury back in 2012 and now have three herniated discs and nerve problems. I have been to pain management who have done injections and radiofrequency ablations but with little success. I can't take Ibuprofen due to a bypass and reflux issues and tylenol doesn't help. I was being given Vicodin but now no doctor will prescribe it due to all the new laws and problems with abuse and addiction. I have been faithful to my primary and pain management doctor and even have my insurance on board to make sure I am a faithful patient and not an abuser. So I am in desperate need to find a doctor who doesn't tell me to go home, put ice, heat and rest or take tylenol. I have tried all the options besdes surgery which I was told wasn't the best option due to my age. Ple...
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walgreens oxycodone filling tricks
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I have read all the posts and found that the best way i found is on the 29th of aug i talked to the pharmacy manager and explained the dilemma i was facing and she told me just to transfer all my other scripts to her location and then drop off my oxy script and methadone and that they would order them for me if they were out.Bam ten days later i got a call yesterday that they had my script filled and to come pick them up.Hope this helps those having problems getting their meds filled.Good luck and god bless. ## That was actually a very good idea, because pharmacies are usually allowed to be more lenient and helpful to their regular customers, so by transferring all of your prescriptions to them, you basically made yourself a regular customer. Learn more Methadone details here. Learn mor...
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vgr 800 vigour
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Is this pill good for ed ## Hello, James! How are you? Vigour 800 Gold is actually classifies by the FDA as a natural supplement, not an actual medication, so while they claim that it will help with ED, there is no proof that it actually does. The ingredients are listed as including Aceranthus, Ginkgo, Asian Red Ginseng, Sawtooth Livistonia Chinensis Fruit, Brazilwood Bard and etc. (I've no idea what is considered etc. but that is the way they list it.) If you have a problem with ED, it would be best to see your doctor for a proper diagnosis and a solution that is known to actually work. Is there anything else I can help with? ## James coming from someone who has used this pill. I recommend that you give it a try befor you run to the doctor with your wallet opened. The medical indus...
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weaning off paxidep 37 5 cr tablet
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Hi, I have been on paxidep 37.5 CR for ayear. I feel I am ready to start weaning off it. Here in India my psychiatrist suggested that I start taking 25 cr . But I had earlier done that & it had strong effect.itried tolerating for a few weeks but had to get back to 37.5. I feel iam ready now. I would like to reduce 10% of my dosage every month. HOW DO I WEAN OFF A 37.5 CR TABLET AT 10% ?
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equivalent of neurobin
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I am living in saudi arabia pls. let me to know the equivallent of the 'NEUROBIN' tablet..
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