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blood pressure ## Metoprolol Tartrate Click Here ## I have been taking Metoprolol Tartrate 25mg, twice a day since my heart operation in 2006. Throughout this time I had "occassional" dizziness. However, this past April I nearly fully collasped while walking in my house. Thinking it was my heart, I spent 3 days in the hospital and was tested "head to foot" and no problems were found. Since that time I would have "passing out" symtons while walking , and would completly stop, and it would disappear. This was happeing frequently. In May I passed out while standing. On June 1 dosage was dropped to 25mg ONCE a day. I am now fine ## I am currently taking clonidine 1 mg once a day, Metropol 100 mg 2x a day, and nifipine 90 mg once a day. I started taking these meds in ...
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light blue oval pain pill
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I found a thick,oval, light blue pill, with no markings except four raised ridges on one side, these ridges are almost diamond shape.it is a medium size pill. Do you know what this pill is? ## Hello, Chubbs! How are you? If there are no markings, we can rule it out as being a prescription medication, since all manufactured tablets are required to have imprints to enable their identification. However, the leaves it open to a lo of over the counter possibilities. I'm not familiar with any that look like this, but I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? ## I found the same kind of pill as described, and to me it smelled like a breath mint...sort of a toothpaste smell. My co-worker decided to try it. It's was a br...
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can i split a 10/325 and it help
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I just had surgery and they gave me endocet 10mg, and I'm getting sick in my belly. I've been on percs or hydros at higher doses because of cancer and nothing has ever done this, so can i take half or is the oxy in one half of the tablet and Tylenol in other half? ## Yes, Endocet is made up of 10 mg oxycodone, and 325 mg of Tylenol (acetaminophen). Have you taken this generic before? You might just need to eat jello or a popsicle or something light with it to alleviate the nausea, and lay down and move around as little as possible after taking it. Maybe these things will help you feel better. A half of a 10 mg. should help you. If not, and you tolerate it ok, then you could follow the same steps I suggested; and take the other half. Good luck and God Bless, hope you feel better ...
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What Is The Best Generic Version Of Wellbutrin Xl - Watson or Anchen?
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My doctor will not prescribe generic Wellbutrin XL but my insurance will no longer pay for brand name drugs. I will have to pay about $7000 per yer for what I am taking now (3 of the 150mg Wellbutrin XL brand name per day). I am reading that the problem with the generics is the time release mechanism and not the drug itself and that some are better than others. Anybody have experience with the generics made by Watson and /or Anchen? ## I have no experience using it, but I do understand the problems that can occur with generic medications. I also did some searching and from what I've found online, most that have tried the one manufactured by Anchen have had good results with it. However, you may not get the same results, the only way to find out is to actually try it and see how it w...
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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 am struggling to find a pain doctor to do medication management in or around Grapevine, Tx. I have been through surgeries and injections with no help. Also I guess I would have to be a privet pay patient since my insurance only has three doctors within 50 miles they will help pay for, one of which is the one referring me to a new person. (The other two are not accepting new patients) I would appreciate any information or other's experiences with local doctors. I have tried just calling around some and I keep getting the same answers... "You need to be with one of the insurance companies we take." Or "We only do injections." Not only is this time consuming, you start getting hopeless that you'll find anyone that can help. Thanks to everyone for your time and pe
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pepto bismol vs. Gaviscon
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What is the difference between the 2 OTC meds of Pepto Bsmol and Gaviscon
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methadone and morphine together
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MY HUSBAND HAS BLADDER CANCER AND WAS PRESCRIBED 20 MG OF METHADONE EVERY MORNING. HE WAS ALSO GIVEN MORPHIN SULFATE 60 MGS TWICE A DAY. HOW SHOULD THESE MEDICINES BE TAKEN. ## Debra,i dont know why his dr. prescibed both Methadone and Morphine.The Meth. is known to block or cancel out the effects of the Morphine. ## i take 30mg 6 times aday plus 135mg of methadone a day for stomach cancer pain is it safe what are the dangers ## First of all methadone is not a blocker. People mistake it for suboxone because they are both used in opiate withdraw treatment. They first made methadone in world war II...when China cut Germany off from poppy trade. Hitler had his science goons make somthing to substitute opiate pain killers and Bam methadone is born. First used as a pain killer for many years...
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stacker 3 and clindamycin
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Just wondering if you can take stacker 3 while taking clindamycin ## Hi Cat, Unfortunately when it comes to OTC dietary supplements or fat burners like Stacker 3, determining their safety with pharmaceutical drugs is often a challenge, because non-pharmaceutical preparations is a category that tends to go unaccounted for with regards to general information on potential interactions. For that reason I'd strongly encourage you to get in touch with your doctor first and foremost before taking anything that he/she hasn't prescribed or recommended. In many cases I've come across, these types of combinations usually turn out to be fine and it's just a matter of getting your Dr's. approval to ensure safety. I hope this helps!
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Looking for some real life experiences to hear about. I'm new to nuvigil as of today, and like to have the occasional cocktail. I've read warnings saying not to combine, so am I going to have to quit drinking? Anyone with experience I'd love to hear from you. ## Hi James, I'm not one to speak from personal experience, but according to umm.edu, there are no drug interactions listed between Nuvigil (armodafinil) and Alcohol. Based on these findings alone, I have no reason to believe that you'd experience complications upon using the two together in a responsible manner. Other drug interaction checkers I've come across do not list anything discrepancies either, so depending on where you read those warnings suggesting otherwise, it seems to me like the best thing to ...
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