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I have a question I have been on Percs almost 2 years now due to arthritis I pay for my prescription and doctors visit so is pricy for me but I have kind of want to stop taking them but then I feel really tire and I don't want to do any thing. I don't know if this is normal then my back startats aching more. Any one . I also feel sleepless at night and very sleepy and moody during the day . question here is does this have any thing to do with my meds or is just me ??? Please help ## Hello, Janni! How are you? Yes, those symptoms could be from the Percocet. The FDA lists it as containing Acetaminophen and Oxycodone. The latter is a narcotic and they basically work as a depressant in the body to alleviate pain. Other side effects you may experience could possibly include nausea, d...
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Pharmacy is making me wait for my suboxone
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I was just switched from subutex to suboxone this month without notice and WOW suboxone is so much more expensive! Anyway, when I went to get my script filled I could only afford to get a few bcuz of the price. I went back the nxt day and got a few more while I had the money. Well the next time I went the pharmacist told me that it was "new" policy that I have to fill the rest all at once instead of a few at a time. I told them about my new situation and being switched over from subutex and how i was not prepared for how expensive suboxone was gonna be and they let me fill half of what i had left to get and I told them I would get the rest friday when I got paid. Well I was talking to my mother about it and she said she would give me the rest of the money to get the rest the nex...
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round yellow pill with no imprint on either side. i was told its ambien but i think ive been scammed.
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anyone who may know anything about this jplease let me know these people took over 200 dollars and sent me some yellow pills thru the mail that they claim are ambien, from usa, and fda approved. but they arent or they would have markings. i dont know what they are and im scared to take one. i want my money back but ive emailed them fifty times or more and never get a email back. ## Unfortunately, that's one of the hazards of ordering in such a manner, there's really no way of being sure what you'll get. Not long ago there were people posting on here who'd all ordered from one website and they all received the same exact pills, the problem was they'd all ordered different things and the place just sent them all the same pills claiming it was the drug they'd ordere...
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what is baralgin m 500 mg tablets used for
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what is baralgin m 500 mg tablets used for ## Baralgin M is a brand name of Metamizole, which is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (pain reliever, fever reducer). Metamizole was banned from the United States in 1977, but continues to be available in many other parts of the world. For more information about this drug please see the page for Metamizole Details. ## what is baralgin m 500mg tablet used for ## how many tabs one should take per day?is there any side effect?I am diabetic, ## can baralgin give to 9year old pain ## What are the side effects of Baralgin M? If you are taking anti-coagulants can you take Baralgin M? ## i have back pain taking sudalud and voltaren pain is still there today is now the fifth day and doctor said it is back sparsum i also use a heating bag did not ...
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I had cum on my finger's wiped it off hand was dry for 10 minutes then went to the bathroom and wiped with the same hand this was Saturday I started taking tri sprintec Monday my period was supposed to come on that week and it hasn't come on all month am I pregnant
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ohio law on prescribing soboxone and benzodiazapine
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Could any one tell me if there is a law that says a Dr. Cannot prescribe suboxine and benzodiazapines ## Hello, Mary! How are you? No, there is not. There are directives that were issued by the DEA telling them to be very careful, when doing so and some doctors treating for addiction with Suboxone just don't want to prescribe it, but there is no law saying they definitively can't prescribe them together. In the past on here, I had erroneously used the term regulation, when referring to the directives from the DEA, but that really wasn't the correct term. These things aren't set as law, just suggestions for the doctors, to tell try to help stem the flow of abuse, diversion and improper prescribing. Some doctors also prefer that the patient see an appropriate specialist fo...
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What Are The best Medications To Take If Having Withdrawals From OxyContin?
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I've been prescribed a large dose of OxyContin, 360 mgs. per day, + 180 mgs. of Roxycodone per day. Both have been upped over three years for several problems related to my bones, and now cancer. I get terrified that I'll lose them and if I do, will the Drs. replace them? If not, what would be prescribed to get me through the withdrawals? I have heard withdrawals are horrendous and can't imagine going through that on top of cancer and my other issues. I've asked and have been told to just NEVER lose or misplace them. The rules and regulations of the pain management clinic I go to state over and over that they do not replace lost or stolen medications and do not refill early. What does someone do if it does happen? I live in CT. ## If your meds are stolen call the cops an...
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doc prescibed 800/160 trimthoprim
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doctor prescribed this for strep this acceptable for treatment ## Hello, Craig! How are you? Yes, the FDA classifies this medication as an antibiotic that is used to treat or prevent bacterial infections. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with?
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Is it possible to import Rumoquin from outside the United States? I think it's over the counter, just not out here. Worked really great for me when I needed it during a trip. I just wonder if customs allows you to bring back medication for personal use? ## Hello, Mere! How are you? If you are taking something, or it is prescribed for you, while visiting another country, you can bring back up to a 3 month supply with you. However, since the FDA doesn't like these combinations, so it's not approved here, you wouldn't be able to just import it or anything. It is listed as containing the NSAID Diclofenac; the steroid Dexamethasone and the muscle relaxant Methocarbamol. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, nervousness, insomnia, acne...
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White oblong one side has lp204 what dose that mean ## Hello, Chicken! How are you? In the U.S. all manufactured prescription medications are required to have markings to enable their identification, in case of emergency. For example, if someone is taking a pill and find it tainted with something else, these markings can be used to discover what company made it to get to the root of the problem. Or if paramedics find someone unconscious with pills laying around, they can check to see what they took, which can help ensure the person gets the right treatment. The IP 204 on this tablet tells me that it is manufactured by Amneal Pharmaceuticals and it is a generic for Percocet that contains 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic anal...
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