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diazepam 10mg CDC
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Hi people.I've bought 2 blister strips of actavis diazepam 10mg, 14 pills per strip. Light blue, with C above the score line and DC below.blank on other side.they melt on the tongue almost immediately. Does anyone know if they are genuine? Any help is appreciated ## I need this medication but doctors won't prescribe, i have bad pain. ## Every blue 10mg valium outside of pharmacies are fake. All manufacturers have stopped making them since Jan 2014. All Activas blues which are light blue are s***. Tested plenty ... ## Maybe in the uk bud but I'm in dublin. pharmacies still dispense blue 10s and the actavis ones I got did the trick for me. i only got 2 trays but they worked. ive not had them since though. tnx for your reply anyway pal. ## They're all gone. I only have 2 tr...
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missed pravastatin
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I haven't had my daily dose of pravastatin for three days. I get my prescription tomorrow. Will I be ok? ## Hello, Kelly! How are you? Why did you miss so many doses? There shouldn't be any severe problems, but it would be best to inform your doctor, so they are aware of the issue. Sometimes, suddenly stop such a medication can cause a rebound effect that elevates your cholesterol. The FDA classifies this medication as a statin and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache and joint/muscle aches. Are there any other questions or concerns?
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Lyrica and me
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I take lyrics three times per day,it helps me with neurotipatic pain,I am on this pill for 5 years,when it comes to pain I am relieved,but ,BUT,but my days disappear like magic,my head floats with memory lapses and overall,my waist is a few inches bigger,what I use to do in a day is now a matter of a week or so,the pain is controlled,not completely but enough for me to spend the day,but now i have to read the same book like ten times to file it in my memory.The control of neuropatic pain is the key thing here,I can't find anything else to control it,my concern is my memory lapses and the floating,so you be the judge,I can not endure the pain otherwise, I try one day and I was miserable it seems like I am stuck with it, ## The weight gain, memory loss and other mental effects are all...
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Phenavent D 40-120 Tab Ethex
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Wanting to find out what Phenavent D 40-120 Tab Ethex is for and the side effects. Thank You. ## Hello, Ethel! How are you? The FDA lists Phenavent D as containing Guaifenesin and Phenylephrine, it is a decongestant and expectorant that is most commonly used to treat cold symptoms. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and nervousness. Is there anything else I can help with?
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Norco differences
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I changed from watson to interpharm and it seems like its just mot working! Is it me or have other people been through the same thing? ## Hello, Scott! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem that you're having. And yes, other people have had similar issues. There can be slight variations in the amount of the active ingredients when going from a name brand to a generic, or from one generic to another. The differences are very slight and don't affect most people, but they can cause problems for someone who has been taking the same one for a long time, or for someone that is sensitive to medications. The FDA classifies this medication as being a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, d...
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Opiate addiction and trying to beat it
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I have had a problem with opiates going back to 2006 starting with vicodin following shoulder surgery. My usage progressed to Percocet, fentanyl, OxyContin, suboxone - clean for 2.5 years, relapse on tramadol, back on suboxone for 2 years, jumped at 2mgs and now weening with kratom. To say it has been a journey is an understatement. I am not naive enough to think that using kratom means I'm "clean" from opiates. It is filling my receptors just like the rest an it's time for me to stop. I've been actively trying to stay clean for about a year now. I no longer chase the high, I just run from WDs. I've gone through them more times to count and only once pulled through and stayed clean for longer than a week or 2. I actually was clean for almost 3 years following my ...
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how strong is a 30mg morphine
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I have been on and off 5-325 and 10-325 oxycodon for about 6 months now I was wondering how a 30mg morphine tablet would affect me I'm 110 pounds if that helps any. I'm afraid something could happen I've never taken it before and I wasn't sure if cutting them in half would work better? ## Hello, Sam! How are you? Oxycodone is one a half times stronger than Morphine, so you'd need 15mgs of it to equal each 10mgs of Oxycodone. Thus, 30mgs of it would be like taking 20mgs of Oxycodone, at once. The FDA classifies these medications as being narcotic analgesics, so they carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation. It may be too strong for you, if you aren't opiate tolerant. What are ...
Updated 30 minutes ago in Morphine.
Subutex and Withdrawals
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You don't have to be in withdrawal to take subutex. Been on it for 6 years. I always read this garbage from people that don't have a damn clue, passing on info they are just regurgitating. ## Hello, tmoney! How are you? That is correct and thank you for posting. Sometimes, people may feel minor withdrawal symptoms, because Buprenorphine tends to be stronger in gripping onto the opiate receptors, so it kicks out other stuff someone may have taken. But, if doesn't cause the dangerous precipitated withdrawals, in most cases, that people can experience if they take Suboxone too soon, due to the Naloxone that's in it. The FDA classifies this medication as being a narcotic that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may c...
Updated 31 minutes ago in Subutex.
voltaren 75mg & naproxen 500mg
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Next month, after 3 yrs of unbearable pain, Im finally getting back surgery! (new disc, screws, plates, & rod ) My question is, Ive been on 500 mg of naproxen twice a day for over a yr. How long would it take to clear the nap. out of my system to safely take voltaren 75mg. Norcos are causing such painful constipation that it isnt worth it. Steroids were the best thing ever for reducing the inflammation & thus the pain but I cant take them anymore as they drove my blood sugar so high that i am, for now anyway, a diabetic. Hope someone can help me. Thank you! ## I'm very sorry that you're in so much pain! That's horrible! Both Naproxen and Voltaren are classified by the FDA as being nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, so unless your doctor specifies otherwise, you should...
Updated 35 minutes ago in Voltaren.
subutex- wax squares
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Not being able to afford a Dr.-a friend of mine sometimes gives me acouple of her subutex.(like suboxone).They come in a pack where you have to punch out each gum.They are square,and see-through purple.The only markings are a line going down,and a line going across.Like this +, so you have 4 little squares.But today when she gave me some, they looked the same,except there was only ONE line down the middle.I don't know why.Is anyone familiar with this drug-and seen them with just the one line down the middle? I cant find an image of subutex wax squares anywhere on-line so far. Thank you. ## Are you sure they are Subutex? It isn't even listed as being available in this type of formulation in the U.S. It is actually only available as an injection, tablets and film shee...
Updated 40 minutes ago in Subutex.

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