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I have taken 20mg of adderall and would now like to take a 37mg phentermine. Is this ok? ## It generally isn't advisable, due to the fact that they are both stimulants, so combining them can result in elevated blood pressure and heart rate, which may put you at risk of a heart attach or stroke. Learn more Adderall details here. Learn more Phentermine details here. Are there any other comments or questions? ## 20 mg of adderall should give you intense effects if you are not a daily prescription user. If you are trying to increase the stimulant effect I would suggest against the phentermine and trying taking tums or some form of bicarbonate 30-60 mins prior to adderall to increase absorption. Also, a diet high in acidity (especially soda) will greatly decrease absorption of the drug. ...
Updated 30 minutes ago in Adderall.
find a doctor that prescribes methadone minnesota
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Hi, I have been on 90mg of methadone for about 5 years for chronic and many pain issues, my dr has retired and my current dr does not want to keep me on my meds. Does anyone know a Dr in Minnesota who will help? ## Hello, Sheila! How are you? Most doctors are going to be reluctant to prescribe Methadone, since it is so highly addictive. Additionally, due to the new regulations that were put in place by the DEA last year, a general practice physician can't prescribe it, you'll need to see a pain management specialist. The FDA lists this 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. Can anyone recommend a good doctor in that area? Is there a chance your PCP might b...
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how long before testopel pellets start working?
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Just had Testopel pellets inserted in my backside. forgot to ask doctor how long until they take effect. He's out of town. ## Your T level goes up right away with ANY T-therapy medication, such as Testopel, Androgel or Testim. Have tried them all over the past several years, and it is my experience that Testopel is far and away the best option. Why have to remember to use a sticky gel every single day when you can get Testopel that lasts not less than four or five months in my case and up to six months for others. It's actually less expensive, too! ## That answer is correct, they will start to work immediately and usually last between 4 to 6 months. Testopel is a Testosterone replacement therapy. Some side effects may include: erectile problems, hirsutism, headache and anxiety. ...
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Lo Loestrin Fe missed period after 10 months
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I have been on this pill for 11 months now... since September 2014. My periods were irregular at first but started to become more regular. In the middle of June I missed 2 pills in a row. I took them both the next day however. I then started my period a week early right after I took those 2 pills late (I was camping with girls who were on their period, so I figured that's why I started early). Once I got off of my period, I had unprotected intercourse with my boyfriend. I have not missed a pill since those 2 in June but it is now time that I should be having my period if it is a normal 26-32 day cycle. I usually wouldn't start until the end of the month but last month I started in the middle. I am worried because I have been experiencing what could be pregnancy symptoms. I notic...
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Oblong Peach Colored Pill imprinted with P
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Peach colored tablet about 1/2 long and 1/4 wide and 1/8 thick with and underlined capital P imprint on it along its length. ## i found a pill laying around the house with a captal P on one side and its paechy in coor what could this be ## What I found is pretty close to your description except that on each side of the score there is a b stamped. ## Based on what is being described here, it sounds like it is most likely a Prilosec OTC (an over the counter antacid). You can view an image of it here. Hope this helps! ## peach color pill oval with a cut in the middle believe to be a pill for ed, candian ot dr prescript U.S.
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Hair loss - using Livifem
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I'm on Livifem now for 7 months and have noticed a massive hair loss. I have decided to stop using it because this is very traumatic to me. Will my hair grow back again? And how long will it take for it to be normal again? Thank you ## The FDA classifies this as a hormonal supplement, so yes, it can cause hair loss as a side effect, along with headache, nausea, irritability, mood swings, weight gain and PMS-like symptoms. And yes, the hair loss should stop and your hair should fill back, after stopping it, but it may take a month, or two, before you see improvement. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you for that confirmation. Im so confused what on earth should a woman do to be normal again. I have no idea what to use next that doesn't have a side effect. Regards
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Ms Contin with Norco vs Oxycodone for back surgery
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I am having a second back surgery. The first time I was prescribed 10 mg Oxycodone Immediate REL Tabs every 4 hours. This time I am prescribed MS Contin 30 mg every 12 hours plus my regular medication of Norco 10-325 every 6 hours. Which is stronger the Oxycodone without the Norco or the MS Contin with Norco for surgical back pain relief. I regularly take on a daily basis Norco 10-325 every six hours prn, Metaxalone 800 mg 3x per day and Gabapentin 800 mg 3x per day. I will continue my regular prescriptions. Please advise which will be the best for back surgery pain relief.
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pill half moon
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I have a small round peach pill with a cresent moon and the number 28 on one side and scored on the other. Is this an actavis adderall? Please help. ## Hello, Tanya! How are you? Yes, this contains 30mgs of mixed Amphetamine salts, so it is a generic for Adderall. This medications carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, insomnia, irritably and nervousness. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hello. Thank you for your reply.I hate to doubt your response, yet is there a site that provides a picture of the peach crescent moon 28- Actavis Adderall? Thanks again ## Hi Tanya, I can verify that Verwon is correct. This is from the manufacturer's web site: AMPHETAMINE IR COMBO 30MG TAB 100s NDC: 45963-0749-11 * Compare to: Adderal...
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M. Amphet salts vs r3062
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I was diagnosed with ADD and have been trying to figure out the dosage right for me, is tarrted out with taking "pill name: R 3062 5mg(and pushed that up to 20mg) so the doctor switched me to something "pill name M. Amphet salts 20mg) but that doesn't seem to work as well compared to the other pill. what are the differences in the pills that could enable me to find out what the difference is. also, I took one m. amphet and 2 R 3062 and that seemed to work the best for a short time though. (I only need it for a max of 8 hours a day though)
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jadelle and no period
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Hi? I've had Jadelle for almost 5 years now and I have still not have my period since! I have been loosing so much weight an I have really bad breakout on my face and I am to embarrassed to see a GP. Should I get it removed or is this normal?? ## Hello, Saffa! How are you? I'm sorry about the problems that you're having. The acne and lack of a period can be normal side effects of it, as listed by the FDA, you may also experience headache, dizziness, irritability, mood swings and PMS-like symptoms. However, the weight loss is not normal and you need to see your doctor to have it checked out. I understand your embarrassment, but there's no need to feel that way. Doctor's are used to dealing with these types of issues and the are trained to handle them in a professional...
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