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My Doc will not refill my xanax Im feeling sick
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I was prescribed Prozac & Xanax 10 years ago by my psychiatrist for depression & severe panic attacks. He started me on 1mg 3 times a day. Around Dec 2005 he increased my daily dose to 1 mg - 4 times a day. I have been a patient of his now for 10 years where I see him every 3 months. Through the years, there has been a few times were I had to call to reschedule my appointment and a couple of times he had to do the same. He would call in my meds for the amount I would need to get me through to my next appointment. This month I had an appointment for May 27th I called to reschedule due to transportation. I do not drive now and my ride canceled on me. so, I rescheduled my app. for June 17th I then requested my meds be called in until my appointment, a 3 week supply. She said she wo...
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Xanax withdrawal
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Okay. I've been eating Xanax like candy since February when my dr did prescribe me 1 mg a day... But I often took more than that. I went from about 8 mg a day to 1 mg a day a few weeks ago... My withdrawal symptoms are awful, I even had a seizure 2 months ago when I tried to go cold turkey. I have excessive sweating, my forehead is on FIRE, I can't eat, I feel like I'm panicking constantly. What are my odds of dying at this point? I mean, it's been a few weeks... Wouldn't that have happened by now? I'm scared. My dr cut my 1 mg dosage completely in half to .5 mg a day... I just need some advice... I don't know what to do. ## It happened to me on 3 mg a day. I stopped cold turkey and experienced all the symptoms you mentioned and some others you didn't. I ...
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Fenofibrate for life
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If you are on fenofibrate, do you have to be on it all your life? ## Not necessarily! Some people do manage to lower their cholesterol levels successfully and keep them low, via healthy diet and exercise, so they are then able to stop such medications. It can vary from person to person and may include such factors as how high their cholesterol has gone. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and joint/muscle aches. Is there anything else I can help with?
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is dipirona narcotic
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Im trying to find out about dipirona if its a narcotic I know its used after surgery ## Hello, Amy! How are you? No, it is not. Many countries don't even use it, anymore, due to the evidence that was found of toxicity. Its typical side effects, as listed by the FDA, may also include nausea, dizziness and vomiting. Is there anything else I can help with?
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What is a off white pain pill with tabloid at the top brand at the bottom and a real small 3 in the middle
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diltiazem 240mg time release cap and stoping
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I am on the Diltiazem 240mg time release but have recently been diagnosed with Cirrhosis of the liver. Should I stop taking this med that was prescribed to me for heart races which only occurred one every couple of weeks or so about 6 years ago. I have ms also and was told that may have been the reason for these episodes. In any case how do you stop taking this medication? ## Hello, Tim! How are you? Stopping this medication abruptly may cause rebound effects, which could include dangerously elevated heart rate and blood pressure. If you want to try stopping it, the safest thing to do is consult your doctor and follow their instructions to gradually taper off of it. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased uri...
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pharmacies in orange county ca that will fill oxycodone
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my oxy scpript stolen and I got another one and cant fill it ## Hello, Becca! How are you? Im not sure I understand what you mean. Can you please post back and clarify, was it the paper prescription that was stolen, or the actual pills after you had it filled by a pharmacy? Learn more Oxycodone details here. This is 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. ## Where can I fill RX for oxy 30 in Orange County California
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My Dr. switched me from the pain patch 75's changing it every three days. To Embeda 50 mg once a day. Now I am about to die from withdrawal effects. I don't understand because they are both opiate meds why switching from one to the other should matter. Please help !!! ## Hello, Mark! How are you feeling? Did he have you just directly switch from one to the other, with no break in between? If so, that's likely what's created the problem. Embeda contains Morphine and Naltrexone and, if you aren't already in full withdrawal, the Naltrexone can throw you into dangerous precipitated withdrawals. 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 mout...
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Quitting oxycodone - need friends/support
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I've been addicted to oxy off and on for 5 years. This last year has been the worst- dealing with WDs and lying. I'm at the point where it has killed me financially and I can't stand the cycle I'm in. I've cut way back (from 300mgs to 60mg a day). I've tried to fully quit but when I get the urge/craving/depression/boredom, I have no one to talk to- so I start back up. I can see the life I had before...it's so close and have to get back to it. I just need help... From anyone....please. The major issue is that no one knows. I have a live in BF of 1 year and he has no idea. I cannot lie about the "errands" I have to run anymore or why I'm "working late". But I know that if I just have someone to talk to,while making this change- it will help ...
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opiate use after 1Suboxine strip
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I took 1 8mg subox strip 1:30p yesterday. Ihas been 19 hours. Can i take my reg prescription 10mg perc now? ## Hello, Mike! How are you? No, the Suboxone will prevent it from having any effect and you'd just be wasting the medication. It is best to follow your doctor's instructions which is generally to wait 72 hours, before going back onto your other opiate. 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. Is there anything else I can help with?
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