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44 511 white oblong
Can anyone identify this pill? It's not a capsule, it's an oval white tablet, marked 44-511 ## Hi nikki, Would there happen to be a score line down the center as well? Most pills I'm finding that start with "44" and are followed by three digits are often recognized as OTC cough and cold related medications; though, I'm not finding any specific details on one that ends in "511". 44 533 and 44 547 have also come up with similar physical descriptions. And the only one I'm seeing with 44 511 is "round" in shape and not oblong as you mentioned it to be. So if you'd be so kind, could you also double check the imprint just to be sure? Thanks!
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difference between amphetamine salts and amphetamine salt combo
I HAVE BEEN TAKING GENERIC ADDERALL which has always been called amphetamine salts. My last script instead of saying amphetamine salts substituted for adderall it says amphetamine salts substituted for amphetamine salt combo? What's this mean? ## Hello, Mary! How are you? It all means the same thing, just different ways of stating it. Adderall actually contains Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine, which is usually listed as mixed Amphetamine salts, so what you've seen are just different variations of the drug name. This medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, headache. dizziness, insomnia, nervousness and anorexia. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I don't have insurance and my doctor recently boosted my dose from...
Updated 2 minutes ago in Amphetamine.
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Tricor/ Fenofibrate is ruining my life! Sever neck back, shoulder blade and arm pain!
Two weeks after starting Tricor, I started developing muscle stiffness that within two more weeks was so severe, I was only sleeping a couple hours a night because the pain kept me up. I went to the Dr and she said keep taking the tricor -she prescribed muscle relaxers and an NSAID pain med. They said maybe it was bad posture, and caused by working at a computer. They also suggested physical therapy. Neither helped. Two days later I went to a Chiropracter, with no relief. The next week I was calling her office again, after waiting in pain a couple days, she prescribed another kind of muscle relaxer and NSAID for pain, and again said to go to physical therapy. The medicin did nothing at all, and again I was so severly in pain, I felt as if someone was trying to rip my arms from my should...
Updated 6 minutes ago in Fenofibrate.
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half white pill oblong
half white pill oblong marked with a number 10 ## Hi Tami, Comparing several images, I have a good guess that it may be a white oblong pill marked with IP 110 on one side and scored on the other. If I'm seeing this correctly, when you split the tablet in half there would be one half with IP 1 and the other half would just have the number 10 on it. It's reported to be identified as a 10/325 generic Norco pill, made by Amneal Pharma. But maybe you could also look up the IP 110 imprint in order to help draw a conclusion on whether this is it or not?
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Doctors Who Prescribe Morphine In Alabama For Chronic Pain
Have been going to pain clinic taking morphine for15 years. Doctor rejected me when I had a seizure and someone put a valium under my tongue. Need a new doctor close by. Florence al. ## I don't now how close they are to you, but there are several pain management specialists listed in that area. Here is some of the contact information, so you can check into them: John M Simon (205) 768-9191 205 Marengo St Florence, AL David L Boyer (256) 764-9697 216 Marengo St Florence, AL Timothy I Melson (256) 386-4196 1300 S Montgomery Ave Sheffield, AL James N Jeter (256) 386-4196 1300 S Montgomery Ave Sheffield, AL Center For Physical Medicine & Pain Management (334) 260-8225 Montgomery, AL Are there any other questions or comments? ## i am in need of a private dr office in north alabama re...
Updated 13 minutes ago in Morphine.
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what rx is prescribed most for a sinus infection
Capsule dark and light green in color marked with 141 / KLX ## Hello, Misty! How are you? There isn't any specific one, it really depends on the type and severity of the infection. The capsule you've asked about contains 500mgs of Cephalexin, which can be used to treat various types of bacterial infections. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Has your doctor prescribed this for you? ## No I haven't been seen by a Dr. Due to lack of insurance, however I am experiencing painful symptoms and swelling resembling an abscess inside my gum just above my teeth. Plus one of the teeth affected has a moderately progressive crater (cavity) resulting in my not being able to eat. This is lasting the duration of my sinusiti...
Updated 14 minutes ago in Cephalexin.
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benzodiazepine and lexapro withdrawl
Help! I have been free of lexapro for over a year. Benzodiazepine Cree for 9 months after a very slow taper. I still suffer from anxiety like I never had before, insomnia, chronic pain, irritability and brain fog. Please warn folks not to take these drugs. I want to die almost every day. I am unable to do much. I have been working very hard on this recovery. Thanks. M W. ## Hello, Madeline! How are you doing? I'm very sorry about the problems that you're having. However, neither of those medications is a cure, so it's highly possible that you still suffer from anxiety and it may have gotten worse with time. While withdrawal can cause some rebound effects, it wouldn't last for 9 months, especially after having done a very slow taper. Have you tried anything else to treat ...
Updated 18 minutes ago in Lexapro.
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butran patches problem, hot baths
I was recently prescribed Butrans patches, 10 mg. and they are to remain on for 7 days at a time. What no one told me, and this is important, as HOT baths help my pain, when patches and pills don't quite do it, is that a hot bath can cause the patch to release more medicine than is safe or intended, and can result in death. I take the Norco 10s 3x day instead of 4, because the Butrans is supposed to help fill in. I do not want to risk my life for pain control, but pain is the one thing I can't control by myself. What would be a good solution to that patch? I wore one for 7 days before I found out how dangerous it is. I need my hot baths, so now what can I do? I take ibuprofen for the inflammation, also. ## Hello, Shuri! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem that you'r...
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ZONIVAN 2 (lorazepam)
has anyone tried ZONIVAN 2 , a white round pill with a score only on one side. it comes in a 10pac blister pac I cannot find the brand name on the net. It says it is manufactured by Elite Pharma private limited. ## Hi don, According to Elite Pharma's product page (here), I can only assume that "ZONIVAN" is a fictitious name that was made up to help get it off the shelf. They only list 1 brand of Lorazepam by the name of "LORALITE"; that's reportedly available in 1-2mg dosage forms. I also made an effort to search for the name Zonivan online, and found no specific details relating to it AT ALL. This leads me to believe that it's probably a counterfeit of some sort. However, if anyone else feels differently after taking it, please post back with additional info...
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Escitalopram Withdrawal Symptoms????????
MY doc and I have recently decided to try to come off of the generic version of Lexapro, Escitalopram. I was taking 10mg of the stuff for about 10 months. So he took it down to 5mg only five days ago. I'm not sure if what I'm feeling is withdrawal symptoms/pains or if I should go to a doctor for this?! Directly under my chin, where one would say a double chin is, I have a dull achy pain. It's almost like something is putting pressure around my jawbone/chin. Has anyone experienced or heard of such a thing? Am I losing it? I'm experiencing dizziness also, which I know is a major side effect possibility of coming off certain or maybe all SSRI's. Thanks in advance if you can offer any words or advice.
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Prozac Side Effects
I was on 10mg and just went up to 20mg 5 days ago. My jaw hurts, sinuses are blocked and my mouth feels sore like I ate too much salt. I also feel foggy and off. Is this normal? How long will this last? ## I just got on prozac 20mg. 4th day today i have all the same symptoms as you besides the jaw. its all normal yoga girl. The weird things is that its hard to get mad. That's a plus i guess. I hear that the foggy feeling get weaker as time. no worrys ## Yes, I can assure you both that such side effects only last for a few weeks, it was about 3 weeks for me, whenever I adjusted my dosage. They do improve and eventually go away completely. If they don't, then it might not be the right medication for you. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and wei...
Updated 39 minutes ago in Prozac.
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verapamil differences between Ivax/Teva and Mylan
I had been taking Calan SR 240 for a number of years to control my ophthalmic migraines. My health insurance said that I needed to go with the generic so they put me on Verapomil HCL by Ivax/Teva with no problems. Then the insurance company said that they would not cover the meds by Ivax/Teva and the pharmacy provided Verapomil ER by Mylan. After taking the new meds for 4 days, my blood pressure went from ~135/70 to 189/100. The pills from Ivax are Ivory in color and the ones from Mylan are blue. When I take the Ivax, my blood pressure returns to normal and skyrockets with Mylan. Since both pills are supposed to be identical, can anyone think of a reason why they so drastically different? My doctor has put me on Lisinopril to go along with the Mylan meds to control my BP. This sounds lu...
Updated 48 minutes ago in Verapamil.
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long island dermatologist that accepts medicaid
I'm having a very difficult time finding a Dermatologist that accepts Medicaid. I live in Western Suffolk County and will even travel to Nassau County. ## Hello, Pat! How are you? The best idea that I can offer you is to call the NY Medicaid recipient number and see if they have a listing for one in your area that accepts it. You can reach them at 800-541-2831. Does anyone else have any ideas or suggestions? Do you have a PCP that you see regularly? If so, they may also be able to refer you to someone that accepts it. ## Thanks for the suggestion. I'll give it a try! Pat ## Very welcome! I hope you find the help you need! Post back and keep me updated, thanks!
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doctors who will prescribe pain medication nj
I was in a car accident and had a head injury and my migraines started. They have been on and off all my life and started up again when I get cancer and was given chemo with facial in it. My migraines started up again and were so severe I was going to stop all chemo. They thought I was going to die and assigned me a palliative care pain management doctor. I did not die and my migraines never stopped. My pain management Dr dropped me and I can't find another Dr to prescribe anything. I took .39mgs of occasions every 4 hours and never abused them. Im in monmouth county, nj if anyone knows a Dr that still prescribes it. I have tried hundred of pain killers and nothing else works. Please help me {edited for privacy} ## Hello, Nova! How are you? I'm so sorry that you're miserable...
Updated 52 minutes ago in Oxycodone.
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"dicyclomine 10 mg"
I have had intestinal gas for some time: asked my primary care doctor whether there was something simple I could take as I had read that over-the counter meds were not safe. He prescribed dicyclomine 10 mg nightly. The list of side effects sound daunting. What do you recommend? I am quite elderly. ## Hello, Tomyris! How are you? This isn't going to help with gas, as a matter of fact, in other countries, they combine it with an antiflatulent medication to present a medication that helps with more symptoms. This works as a smooth muscle relaxer for the intestines to treat intestinal hypermotility and IBS. Unless you have some medical condition or are on medications that causes them to be contraindicated, over the counter products, such as Simethicone, are generally considered safe. It...
Updated 53 minutes ago in Dicyclomine.
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smh.....makingvit hard for people that needs pain meds
I have read some comments on here. I have five herniated disks, degenerative back disease. I have went to doctors who have denied pain meds. O see hy being active, walking, stretching helps. Pain meds are very addictive and after reading some. Of these comments, asking for certain meds it seems practical that a physician sees this behavior as addicts. It makes it hard for people who are suffering. From chronic pain. Good luck all :) ## Hello, Joy! How are you? I'm very sorry that you're in pain. And yes, you are correct. Doctors are taught to view that as being drug seeking behavior. Red flags are raised any time someone goes in asking for specific medications in specific dosages, at least in respect to controlled substances. Red flags are also raised, if someone is uninsured an...
Updated 54 minutes ago in Cancer.
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how long does it approximately take for musel and joint pain to go away caused by finofibrate 130 mg
I have severe muscle pain and joint pain in elbows,legs,shoulders,lower back . Been taking it for about a year. Feels like same symptoms I once had when I found out I was allergic to statins. But it was so long ago I don't remember how long before pain stopped. ## Hello, Turridu! How are you? If you were on it for about a year, it might take several weeks for these side effects to taper off and go away. If they continue after about a month of being off of it, then you should consult your doctor as there may be something else going on. Other side effects to this medication may include nausea, dizziness and headache. How are you feeling, now? ## Still sore but not half as bad, I have been drinking lots of water and eating fruits and veggies trying to purge the meds from my system don...
Updated 1 hour ago in Purge.
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why are my levels for adderall high ?
My urine levels are 23,000 for adderall , i have hep c could this be why they are high ?
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latuda
Is there a diet pill I can take while on latuda. I really want to try lipozene. ## Hello, Happyturtle! How are you? I'm sorry, but Lipozene is a supplement, not an actual drug, so it has not been evaluated for possible interactions and problems with medications and medical conditions. Latuda is an antipsychotic that's used to treat mental health conditions and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, drowsiness, tremors and sedation. In theory, since Lipozene only contains a type of fiber that helps you to feel full, so you eat less, you should be able to take it with the Latuda, but you should double check with your doctor first. Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 1 hour ago in Latuda.
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blue capsule 3060 ????
I got the blue 20 mg 3060 capsule what of i took it either 70mg Vyvanse? I truly hope that they work. from the bad reviews I'm afraid to even try one. someone please give me advice ## Are you referring to the blue capsule with the "R 3060" imprint? That's closest match I'm seeing online, and it reportedly contains 20mgs of time-released mixed Amphetamine salts, manufactured by Actavis. I don't know who told you it was 70mgs of Vyvanse, but if you got them from overseas or off other shady dealers there's no telling what might be in it, and that's just a risk that you should've thought about before buying it. I would probably take it as a sign that your body is naturally putting up its own defense to save you from taking something that you shouldn't...
Updated 1 hour ago in Vyvanse.
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