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Hi I am looking for a suboxone doctor in the N.O. area that will prescribe both sub and an anxiety medication. I know most doctors don't like writing both. If anybody knows of any please let me know. Thanks! ## Brittany, I know a DR in Slidell that will give something for anxiety/sleep with the Suboxone. How can I give you my email or what ever way you want to converse. ## I need help with suboxone that takes medicaid ## If you have Louisiana Medicaid, it will pay for the dr and suboxone .But, there are Maximum Daily Limits of suboxone that Medicaid will pay for. ## yes can you please send me the doctors name that you were talking about that takes med for subs. THANK YOU SO MUCH. I stay in baton rouge and cant find any around here that will. ## I would really like to know about that...
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Hyospasmol
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What are the indications,contra indications,dosage and side effects of this medication? ## Hyospasmol is listed as containing the active ingredient Scopolamine, it is used to treat conditions such as motion sickness, nausea, IBS and intestinal cramping. Common side effects may include: dry mouth, dry throat, dry nasal passages and constipation. Read more: The max dosage in tablet form is 0.4mgs. Do you have any other questions? ## My 12yr old daughter complains bout stomach cramps can I give her 1 hyospasmol tablet. ## Ís it safe to use on pregnant people ## My urologist prescribed uromax and hyospasmol for small calcification within the kidney. None of the articles on the net indicate these meds for problem what should have been prescribed ## My son is 4years old, can I give him h...
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I have caught cvs and other pharmacies lying about not having oxycodone is stock, shortage 2012
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Well today I officially caught a cvs here in Ga lie to me. A friend of mine filled his Meds yesterday. I go in, having a history with cvs, a recent one, and am immediately lied to. The pharmacist comes over and tells me they haven't had them in stock for months, without looking at his book or computer. At this point I stated an employee I know the name of told me shipment came in Thursday. He lied again. I then told him friend had filled yesterday morning. He said it was impossible. I then said I saw the bottle with my own eyes, it had their address on it, and even told him what brand they had since my friend just filled his there. Pharmacist lied to me yet again. I then asked him why he wad lying to me and that I am tired of being treated like a criminal because I am 30 with a hand...
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White Xanax Bar G3722
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the two G"s are different. 1 is more angular and 1 is rounded. just FYI ## The more rounded 1s r real. KMXUA ## @Casey, To confirm, the pill you have is in fact Xanax (Alprazolam) 2 mg. Xanax (Alprazolam) is primarily used to treat moderate to severe anxiety disorders (e.g., social anxiety disorder) and panic attacks, and is used as an adjunctive treatment for anxiety associated with moderate depression. Manufacturer: Greenstone Limited National Drug Code (NDC): 59762-3722 The difference in the look of the G's could just mean that they are from two different manufacturers. Learn More: Alprazolam Details If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## I have recently got some white Xanax 2 mg with G3722 on them. when I took one I f...
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hi, I was perscribed a pill at the vets office for my dog they say 2684 v and i was told its valium and they look exactly like.the ones the doctor perscribed for me are they?.........tim ## Hi Tim, Just to confirm what your vet said, a round blue pill marked with a "V" on one side and "2684" on the other side (sitting above a score line), reportedly contains 10mgs of Diazepam - otherwise known as Valium. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Qualitest; and this pill also carries a National Drug Code of 00603-3215. Did the vet give you proper dosing instructions for your dog? I don't know how animals react to these kinds of meds in comparison to humans, so I find it odd that they would prescribe your dog the same exact pills designed for human consumption. #...
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sudden withdrawl from citistar 500
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can we stop abruptly taking citistar 500 after taking for 50 days? ## for how long CITISTAR 500 can be taken
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how long to use urimax d
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I have been using urimax d for several years. It has made the flow normal but I like to give up using it. When I gave it up I felt urine flow not normal. I am 77+ and physically weak. Hence shall I continue for life long?
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Lo Loestrin Fe - Missed Periods
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I've been taking Lo Loestrin Fe at the same time every day consistantly for two months with no period... is this normal? ## Yes, it can be. These do contain hormones, to prevent pregnancy and they can affect different people in different ways. Some women will menstruate regularly and some won't. There is really no harm in skipping, but if you are concerned about it, you should consult your doctor. Many women use their birth control to skip their menstrual cycle, especially for important events, such as marriage or vacations. Have you contacted your doctor? ## i started taking lo loestrin fe the first day of my last period and during the 3rd week i had unprotected sex with my boyfriend. i had been having breakthough bleeding. Is this okay? id missed one pill at the beging of the ...
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Withdrawal Symptoms from Plavix Clopidogrel
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I have been on Clopidogrel 75mg after having a slight heart attack thought to have been caused by a blood clot in a small junction, my cholesterol was ok, pumping action ok, nothing needed to be done. I have been told to stop Clopidogrel and cardiologist said ok to stop it suddenly. I am 57 but also hypothyroid on 25mcg levothyroxine. Also on aspirin 75mg day. I tried coming off 4 weeks ago by taking only 3/4 of a tablet after reading its best to do it slowly but after a few days had an anxiety attack, I ended up going back on the full tablet. I have been taking 3/4 tablet a day again but getting tense and anxiety back again and indigestion. Feeling a bit yucky but worried its withdrawal from Clopidogrel. Or is it just anxiety due to hypothyroid, its driving me nuts. I keep belching and...
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Drug Classification Of Nubain
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Years ago Nubain used to be a popular and effective drup for pain. It was the only thin that relieved my mom's back pain or my migrain headaches. I am a nurse and haven't heard of anyone getting Nubain in years so I asked an MD recently. He couldn't give me an answer. If it's not classified as a narcotic and relieves pain, why aren't more doctors prescribing it? ## Nubain contains the active ingredient Nalbuphine, which is still considered an opioid, though you are right, it is not classified as a narcotic and doesn't fall under the controlled substances act. I am not sure why it isn't used more often, though it may be due to the fact that it was found much more effective in women and it can actually increase pain in men. This fact actually resulted in the U....
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