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whats your experience with tikosyn ## I don't have any personal experience with this medication, but thought it would be helpful to others who are interested in it to post some more details about Tikosyn. Tikosyn (Dofetilide) is used to treat irregular heartbeats. It improves your heart rhythm by relaxing an overactive heart. Information regarding other uses, side effects, interactions, etc, can be viewed in the two links below: I hope this helps! ## I am scheduling a hospitalization for this medication (Tikosyn). Would love to hear from anyone who has used this; what has been your experience? ## I studied Tikosyn and thought it would be the best choice for me, because it does not have the side effect of slowing the heart down or lowering blood pressure like so many anti-ahrrythmic ...
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I am looking for an MD or Pain clinic that will prescribe pain medication in Rhode Island. I have 4 herniated discs, nerve damage in my leg, severe migraines. My former Md said that he could not longer prescribe due to the regulations, I dont want to have to move, that would be crazy to have to go through that, but I also do not want to continue living night and day in Agony, with not one Md that has any compassion, it seems all they care about is to look out for themselves, I only take 2 pain medications that I believe are both in class 1, but when you talk to a doctor about pain, they tell you to take tylenol. I am tired of theses doctors just caring about themselves, if you have a patient like myself, that has the MRI's and Catscans to show what my pain level is, they should be a...
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what type of fungal infections is this drug used for ## Itracare contains the active ingredient Itraconazole. This is an antifungal medication used to treat various types of fungal infections. In particular, it is active against Aspergillus. It is also licenced for use in blastomycosis, histoplasmosis and onychomycosis. It is also prescribed for systemic infections such as aspergillosis, candidiasis and cryptococcosis where other antifungal drugs are inappropriate or ineffective. You can read more about this medication in the link below: Please post back if you have any other general questions or concerns about this drug. ## Hi, can it also be used for fungal infection as liver spots? And if it does would it clear it up for good?
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i have numerous asthma bronchitis exacerbations every winter that are getting worse!
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Doctor puts me on cortisone antibiotics & med Neb treatments. This last flair was bad. Cortisone didn't work. He gave me Daliresp and I'm on day 4 & starting to starting to breath better. I read about side effects which is concerning. But so far the aches in my low back and nausea are manageable with tylenol and zantac. I'm greatful not to wheeze and am able to breath again. I'm still recovering. But I'm hopeful this drug and I get along! It seems every year the asthma/bronchitis flair ups got worse! Hoping this turns me around and I get my life back! My ins. Requires prior author. So I hope it goes through. Looks like I'll be on it a while! Anything to stop the flair ups! I hope I don't develops any more side effects. Weight loss would be welcome tho...
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Please help me figure out what this is asap. Its yellow kinda oval.855 on one side and half moon like thing on the other side.please help me asap
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I have been taking Pregabalin for 15 months at 150 mg daily. I had my hip replaced two months ago and no longer need the meds. How do I taper off, step by step, so as to minimize side effects? ## Lyrica is quite easy to come off. Your Dr could prescribe a lower dose for two weeks or what I did was drop one pill a day for two weeks, then two pills a day for two weeks and so on. I had a bit of a headache but no problem. ## Hello, Rod! How are you? And thanks to Eunie for your helpful response. One caution I would like to add is to please do not stop this medication cold turkey, since it is an anticonvulsant, though it also helps with nerve pain, a sudden withdrawal could cause seizures. Typical side effects to this medication, as listed by the FDA, may include nausea, dizziness, mood swin...
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Hi, My current doctor has decided that it would be best to stop my monthly prescription for 30mg percocets. I have chronic back pain from skiing injuries and other sports related problems. I have never abused or taken more than was suggested. I never got "high" and was always able to work and interact with clients in a positive way. Now without the medication, the pain is becoming a distraction. Does anyone know a doctor who isn't scared to prescribe common pain killers. They are produced for a reason, but recent uptake in illegal abuse has made doctors uneasy with long term prescriptions? I live in the Philadelphia area (main line) but I am familiar with the greater Philadelphia metro area. Thank you and kind regards. ## I think you may be confusing medication names and if ...
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Pharmacist is telling me supply is not meeting demand and i have a hard time believing that. My script has been backordered now for two and one half weeks. Anyone else having issues? ## Getting ready to turn 40 soon. I've been on various testosterone teatments since I was in my mid 20s. I've probably tried every available treatment and Axiron has been more effective with absorption and boosted my levels more than any other treatment, including injections. My experience with hormone replacement is after a period of time you should stop for another period of time. After consistent day after day application per Dr recommendation, I have always noticed undesirable side effects. Headaches, extreme fatigue, and a general lack of mental sharpness have all appeared after being on the me...
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How much hydrocodone is in a does of 5 ml hydrocodone bitarate cough syrup? Is it the same as taking a 7.5 norco tablet? ## Hello, Granny! How are you? It can vary, depending on the prescription. What dosage is listed on the label? Usually, it will have something such as 7.5/5ml or something similar that lets you know how much is in each teaspoon. Can you please post back with this information, so I can help you? Thanks! The FDA lists 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, dry mouth and constipation. ## Oh my, I didn't realize it was that strong! So it says each 5 ml equals 10 mg of hydrocodone bitarate. So is that the same as a hydrocodone-acetaminophen 10-325 ?? #...
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