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Oxycodone 15mg White Pill only 15 imprinted on one side.
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I found a pill that is white, with justthe number 15 imprinted on one side. Nothing else, no lines, letters, nothing. It is round in shape. I was told it was a15 Mg percocet from someone who is a veteran. Are there percs that look like this or is this a joke? ## There is no 15mg Percocet tablet on the U.S. market, they contain Acetaminophen and Oxycodone and they are only available with a maximum of 10mgs of the Oxycodone. Learn more Percocet details here. There are 15mg Oxycodone tablets on the market, but this is not a listed marking for one of them. Learn more Oxycodone details here. If he's a veteran and he received it from a veteran's hospital, then it is hard to say what it is, because they do have a very large variety of medications available to them to keep costs down, t...
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I was on 1g Augmentin a day for over ten years. Now they say that was too long and that I have Crohns. Could my symptoms come from too much Augmentin for too long? What can I do? Gastroenterologist stopped the prescription but has no ideas other than treating it as Crohns. I'm not getting better after two years of Pentasa for Crohns.
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doctors who will prescribe pain medication in the Rochester, NY area
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I need a new Dr. as mine has decided with the DEA regs he does not feel comfortable prescribing anymore. I have almost all my joints falling apart, herniated discs, bone spurs in my back, severe arthritis in my neck as well as a disc in my neck that's shot, i need a bi-lateral jaw replacement which I can't have because they took them off the market and can't use donor or my bone to replace because of my severe osteoporosis, I need a left knee replacement they don't want to do yet because of my age. I Have been on fent patches and 2 hydros a day for breakthrough for a long time. Next appt he is going to start reducing and take me off. I can not go back to living in a chair again, can't do it. The pain meds have given me the ability to get out of bed and have some what...
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Miracles from the Vault Anthology of underground cures by Jenny Thompson & H86 cancer cure
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I want to order this book but cannot give info over computer as it is not secured. I need a phone number. Where does one find all these things like Lions Mane etc Also heard there is no info regarding H86, cancer cure. Are these ingredients expensive and where does one find them? ## Hello, Deborah! How are you? The book is a sham and so it is the information it contains. There is no H86 cancer cure. I'm sorry. Many people have asked about it and I have searched exhaustively to no avail. If you or a loved on have cancer, please follow your doctor's treatment advice for the best possible outcome. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Deb, look into Hemp Oil. More and more data about how it might be super effective at treating cancer. The internet is your friend. Wonder why he...
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indication ## Drotin-DS contains the active ingredient Drotaverine, it is an antispasmodic that is used to help treat bowel disorders, such as IBS. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, vomiting and dry mouth. Read more: Moza contains the active ingredient Mosapride, it is a gastroprokinetic agent that accelerates gastric emptying and is often used to help treat acid reflux and IBS. Are there any comments or questions? ## my doctor prescribed mosapride for my stomach, i started two days ago and i am experiencing diareah with a lot of cramps is this normal? ## i am 26 yrs old house wife,i am pregnent of 13 weeks. I am taking sustain 100mg, smilo for,hymcal,glob up.but i am feeling left corner lower abdomen pain.Today doctor has prescribed me Dortin DS. Shall i take this? P...
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Taking Suboxone Film while pregnant
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I'v been on Suboxone Film,8mg,for a year. Before switching to film,I was taking subutex tablets,8 mg, 3 years.Every time i'v tapered down to quit, I'v failed. I cant handle the endless hell of w/d symptoms. The last time I tapered off, 4 weeks later I was still sick as hell. So I deciced long-term maintenance was best. I didnt plan on getting pregnant, but now that i am, i need to take care of my body. Considering the agony I go thru w/d, I hoped I would get the go ahead for a dr. to stay on the med, perhaps in a smaller dose,(4mg a day). Has anyone gone thru a similar situation? ## Well, stopping completely and going through withdrawals is generally not recommended, because it may actually cause a miscarriage. The problem, however, is that the safety of the Buprenorphine be...
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on oramorph 10mg 4 times a day and tramadol 100mg 4 times a day still in pain are they cancelling each other out ## No, I was othe same recently and they will be augmenting each other not cancelli out. If you are still in pain, speak to your doctor about upping your morphine (you've already maxed the tramadol there) I'm on 30mg plus 100mg tramadol which is controlling my pain much better. ## How long have you been taking them? As George said, they shouldn't be canceling each other out, but it may be time for a dosage adjustment. There's also the possibility that one, or both just aren't the right medications to help you and you may need to try different ones. There is also an extended release Tramadol that is available in 200 and 300mg doses. ## If a may suggest perh...
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Would you consider a 20mg dose of Oramorph (a first dose) to be excessive, in a 93 year old person with a history of many medical problems, including COPD? The person had never been given it before, and was given 90mg in 9 hours, when it was then necessary to administer Naxolone. It was given for stomach pain. What could be the possible outcome of this dose? ## Yes its excessive 2.5mg more usual and even then used in caution with elderly esp with copd. Naloxene given to remove morphine from system almost instantly so its simple conclusion. I'm a ex nurse currently on large doses of morphine and have been given naloxene following of so consider myself fairly informed
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Taking Hydrocodone for Depression
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I am wondering if anybody else out there has taken Hydrocodone and noticed that symptoms of depression are alleviated? I find that many of today's anti-anxiety and antidepressant drugs come with unpleasant side effects, whereas while taking Hydrocodone they aren't there. The caveat to all of this is that yes, I know that Hydrocodone and opiates in general can be addictive. So long term use would result in withdrawal symptoms. I'm just wondering who else might agree with my on this? ## I have taken dozens of antidepressants as well as been prescribed antipsycotics and other meds for off-label usage, and nothing has worked effectively over the past 15 years. I will take hydrocodone for a chronic pain condition, and, YES, oh my goodness, YES, it seems to make me immune to a dep...
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