MedsChat.com
The People's Medicine Community ®
Welcome to The People's Medicine Community

Join millions of others sharing drug information, questions, and stories.



Learn About and Discuss Drugs Freely and Privately

MedsChat.com is one of the web's most active drug forums. We make participating simple and private with frequently updated message boards and an extensive drug index. Post your question or story about medicine today - no registration is needed.

On this Page:

Trending Forums

  1. metoprolol withdrawal
    +38 (Trend: +4 )
  2. doctors willing to prescribe pain medication
    +37 (Trend: -1 )
  3. Xanax withdrawal
    +29 (Trend: NEW ON LIST )
  4. How long after you Stop Suboxone do you have withdrawal symptoms?
    +15 (Trend: SAME RANK )
  5. furtile 50 mg
    +7 (Trend: +2 )
  6. Thyroid cancer and KEYTRUDA
    +7 (Trend: +36 )
  7. Viibryd side effects
    +6 (Trend: -5 )
  8. Will Oxycontin Be Changed Back To Original Formula
    +6 (Trend: +3 )
  9. doctors who will prescribe pain medication richmond va
    +6 (Trend: NEW ON LIST )
  10. gabapentin dry reaction
    +6 (Trend: NEW ON LIST )

Recently Active Discussion Threads

View All Forums or Start Your Own

H-86 cancer cure
5 Replies RSS
This lady flames big drug companies for putting profits before life, if she has the answer to so many chronic illnesses with things such as H-86 that cures cancer, why doesn't she go public with these miracle cures. Dont get sick peoples hopes up, speak up with the answers and just say what is involved, or is she in it just for money also. Why do dying people need to subscribe or get books from her.. if she truly cared and is not a HYPOCRITE give out this info now. ## Hello, Woody56! How are you? Thank you for the valuable post! I agree with you. I will not changed my opinion, until it's proven to me that it's wrong and this substance really exists and is available to the public, as claimed. Many people have asked about it over the past few months and I have repeatedly searc...
Updated 16 minutes ago in Cancer.
 
Withdrawing from Gabapentin after only 15 days
Post a Reply
prescribed gabapentin for fantom tooth pain. started at 100 mg for 5 days then upped to 200 mg. after 4 days at 200 mg started having constipation and lower back and side pain. At the fifteenth day I dropped the dose back to 100 mg and would like to get. completely off it. How should I proceed.
Updated 21 minutes ago in Gabapentin.
 
is there a prescription assistance program for percocet
1 Reply RSS
I have Medicaid and they won't pay for percocette,I am in 3rd stage kidney failure and am on SOCIAL SECURITY I get 713 a month I can't afford them the cheapest I could find them was 147.00. A month at SAMs club if they ever have them. After paying rent ,phone electric and food I don't have anything left...they took away all my food stamps but 16 dollars....is there any company or place that can help me ## Hello, Ronnie! How are you? Currently there isn't, due to the fact that it is available as a generic, which is normally cheaper. However, on most pages of this site, towards the lower right, is a prescription drug discount card that may help. It is free to sign up for, you just click the link, enter your email address and print it. Alternatively, you could try asking yo...
Updated 22 minutes ago in Percocet.
 
Unusual side effects
2 Replies RSS
Years ago I took some kind of steroid pill that my ENT dr.put me on for a sinus infection. I don't remember what dose or how many days I was suppose to be on it but the first pill I took made me feel really weird like unusual and un clear thinking. Kinda like crazy feeling in my head. Now my ER doctor gave me a a pack of Methylprednisolone 6 day supply =first day 6 pills 2nd day 5 pills 4th 4pills etc, but I am really afraid to try steroids again after the first experience. I told this to the ER dr but he told me they make everyone kinda feel weird, so I really don't know what to do with his answer to my concern, and if I did take the first dose and it made me feel weird, what should I do? ## Hello, Diane! How are you? Generally, the side effects you feel that make you feel weir...
Updated 23 minutes ago in Methylprednisolone.
 
is 400 mg of seroquel too strong
2 Replies RSS
Is a dosage of 400 mg of seroquel too strong? Only taking 1 makes a family member sleep in a near coma-state? Also seeing some labored breathing. Should we go to a hospital for that? ## Hello, Jennie! How are you? It could be too strong of a dose for them. The sleeping isn't a major concern, because that usually tends to improve, once their body gets used to the medication, but that may take 4 to 5 weeks. However, the labored breathing is something that should be addressed by their doctor. The FDA lists the other typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight gain. Are they on any other medications? ## Yes, she was prescribed 800 mg of Seroquel but only takes one per day because sleeping so much. She is also prescribed...
Updated 25 minutes ago in Seroquel.
 
Nuvigil not working after 2 days???
1 Reply RSS
Dr. started me on 150mg Nuvigil last week. I am chronically tired, unable to focus or concentrate, unmotivated and always feel somewhat "foggy". I started with 1/2 tablet (75mg), and first 2 days I felt simply amazing. Like a switch was flipped. I felt completely alert and focused, happier, energetic and motivated to do so much that I never have the drive to do! I tried a full dose on day 3 and it was not good- I had all the unpleasant side effects (rapid heart beat, dizziness, jitters) but instead of making me focused and alert, it made me feel jumbled and agitated. So I went back to 75 mg. I can still tell it's in my system b/c my heart rate still increases a little, but other than that I can't tell that it's working anymore. 2-4 hours in I feel that little bit of ...
Updated 25 minutes ago in Nuvigil.
 
Fentanyl Can I Just Go Cold Turkey When Quitting
94 Replies RSS
My doctor has had me on the 100 fentanyl patch for 1 year now. He is going to take me off it. Can you just stop taking it with out side effects or withdrawls. Please tell me the proper way to get off this patch. Please help me, I have the doctor appointment tomorrow and want to know what to say. So far it sounds like his plan is just to take me off cold turkey. I am scared of withdrawls I am a mom of 5 kids and need to be ok. Please help. ## No, it is not safe to go cold turkey. I have had a doctor tell me that no one has ever died from withdrawal. Fentanyl withdrawal can slow or even stop your breathing. I have been on a 350 mcg dose of fentanyl patcheds every 48 hours for 10+ years. I was in a serious car accident w/ligament & tendon injury, then they thought chronic pain/arthriti...
Updated 26 minutes ago in Fentanyl.
 
coveram using
2 Replies RSS
Hello, dear doctor. I'm 65 years old and I was using Tritace 10 mg (1 daily), Natrilix SR 1.5 mg (1/2 or 1 daily) and Noten 50 mg (1/2 daily) for my high blood pressure for the past 8 years.Now the cardiologist asked me to change to Coveram 10/5, because my medications are too old now. After 10 days taking Coveram I noticed that my average blood pressure from 137/81 became 134/78 which is almost the same, but my pulse increased from 64 to 75 (in average). What is the normal pulse should be in my age? And can I stay on Coveram only or add Noten (1/4 or 1/2 tablet) with it? Or get back to previous medications? Your opinion is very important to me. Thank you. Kind Regards, Jack ## I live in Australia, New South Wales, Sydney. I concern about the pulse. After I started Coveram it became...
Updated 27 minutes ago in Blood Pressure.
 
Withdrawal from opiates
3 Replies RSS
Why do you think docs prescribe Suboxone or Methadone for opiate withdrawal, make patients stay on it until they are completely addicted to it for years, then have to treat them to come off it? Why don't they treat a 5 day opiate withdrawal with a benzo to sleep, clonidine, gabapentin, trazodone for a week or two instead. It would sure help society not be addicted to Suboxone. Worst drug ever. ## Most people, even if they are addicted, can't just take a ton of medications to try and sleep through their withdrawals and be out of work for that length of time. Treatment with Suboxone or Methadone enables them to still work and be productive, while undergoing addiction treatment and, unlike Methadone, Suboxone usually enables most people to eventually become completely drug free, al...
Updated 29 minutes ago in Suboxone.
 
pantoprazole with methadone
1 Reply RSS
Cam you take,Pantoprazole and Methadone?? ## Hello, Hank! How are you? Yes, they can be taken together, as long as your doctor approves. The FDA lists the typical side effects of Pantoprazole as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. Methadone is 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. Are there any other questions or concerns?
Updated 30 minutes ago in Pantoprazole.
 

Most Viewed Drugs in Jul 2015

View the Top 200 Drugs

  1. Misoprostol342 threads
  2. Oxycodone3830 threads
  3. Hydrocodone2105 threads
  4. Xanax Alprazolam1826 threads
  5. Percocet Acetaminophen + Oxycodone1302 threads
  6. Methamphetamine259 threads
  7. Tramadol904 threads
  8. Suboxone Buprenorphine + Naloxone1615 threads
  9. Viagra Sildenafil277 threads
  10. Methadone1735 threads
  11. Cytotec Misoprostol280 threads
  12. Acetaminophen2140 threads
  13. Morphine1475 threads
  14. OxyContin Oxycodone1060 threads
  15. Subutex Buprenorphine463 threads
  16. Adderall Amphetamine + Dextroamphetamine731 threads
  17. Alprazolam687 threads
  18. Norco Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone653 threads
  19. Gabapentin628 threads
  20. Priligy Dapoxetine6 threads

Most Viewed Categories

View All Drug Categories

  1. Nausea & Vomiting1302 threads
  2. Pain Relief22851 threads
  3. Vitamins & Supplements2146 threads
  4. Birth Control / Contraceptive1950 threads
  5. Blood Pressure5125 threads
  6. Allergies, Cough & Cold3657 threads
  7. Anxiety6384 threads
  8. Antidepressant4381 threads
  9. Gastrointestinal299 threads
  10. Diet / Weight Loss1820 threads
  11. Sexual Health241 threads
  12. Antibiotics5329 threads
  13. Men's Health1006 threads
  14. Laxative574 threads
  15. Anti-Inflammatory3066 threads
  16. Diabetes1980 threads
  17. Anticonvulsant1782 threads
  18. Arthritis1491 threads
  19. Thyroid889 threads
  20. Muscle Relaxer1809 threads

Recent FDA Approvals

View the Full List

  • Jul 31 2015 Spritam Levetiracetam (APRECIA PHARMACEUTICALS CO.)
  • Jul 24 2015 Technivie Ombitasavir + Paritaprevir + Ritonavir (ABBVIE INC)
  • Jul 24 2015 Praluent Alirocumab (SANOFI AVENTIS)
  • Jul 24 2015 Odomzo Sonidegib (NOVARTIS PHARMS CORP)
  • Jul 24 2015 Daklinza Daclatasvir (BRISTOL MYERS SQUIBB)
  • Jul 15 2015 Epiduo Forte Adapalene + Benzoyl Peroxide (GALDERMA LABS LP)
  • Jul 10 2015 Envarsus Xr Tacrolimus (VELOXIS PHARMA INC)
  • Jul 10 2015 Rexulti Brexpiprazole (OTSUKA PHARM CO LTD)
  • Jul 7 2015 Entresto Sacubitril + Valsartan (NOVARTIS PHARMS CORP)
  • Jul 2 2015 Orkambi Lumacaftor + Ivacaftor (VERTEX PHARMS INC)
  • Jun 29 2015 Tri-lo-estarylla Ethinyl Estradiol + Norgestimate (SANDOZ INC)
  • Jun 22 2015 Kengreal Cangrelor (MEDICINES CO)
  • May 27 2015 Viberzi Eluxadoline (FURIEX PHARMA INC)
  • May 26 2015 Humalog Insulin Lispro (ELI LILLY AND CO)
  • May 21 2015 Stiolto Respimat Tiotropium Bromide + Olodaterol (BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM)
  • May 21 2015 Vienva Ethinyl Estradiol + Levonorgestrel (SANDOZ INC)
  • May 18 2015 Invega Trinza Paliperidone Palmitate (JANSSEN PHARMS)
  • May 14 2015 Hycofenix Hydrocodone Bitartrate + Pseudoephedrine Hydrochloride + Guaifenesin (MIKART)
  • May 14 2015 Flowtuss Hydrocodone Bitartrate + Guaifenesin (MIKART)
  • Apr 30 2015 Tuzistra Xr Codeine Polistirex + Chlorpheniramine Polistirex (TRIS PHARMA INC)

New National Drug Codes

Full NDC Database

  • Aug 7 2015 65841-819 Pyridostigmine Bromide 60 mg Oral Tablet (Cadila Healthcare Limited)
  • Aug 7 2015 68382-659 Pyridostigmine Bromide 60 mg Oral Tablet (Zydus Pharmaceuticals (Usa) Inc.)
  • Aug 6 2015 44911-0231 Metalstat Oral Liquid (Energique, Inc.)
  • Aug 6 2015 44911-0234 Septastat Oral Liquid (Energique, Inc.)
  • Aug 6 2015 61786-049 Prednisone 20 mg Oral Tablet (Remedyrepack Inc.)
  • Aug 6 2015 61786-390 Olanzapine 10 mg Oral Tablet, Film Coated (Remedyrepack Inc.)
  • Aug 5 2015 0781-4110 Estradiol Valerate and Estradiol Valerate/Dienogest Kit (Sandoz Inc)
  • Aug 5 2015 42291-758 Sulfamethoxazole and Trimethoprim Oral Tablet (Avkare, Inc.)
  • Aug 5 2015 42291-759 Sulfamethoxazole and Trimethoprim Oral Tablet (Avkare, Inc.)
  • Aug 5 2015 61786-248 Atenolol 50 mg Oral Tablet (Remedyrepack Inc.)
  • Aug 5 2015 62185-0014 Metdetox Oral Liquid (Dr. Donna Restivo Dc)
  • Aug 5 2015 69329-330 Dermasilkrx Diclopak Kit (Patchwerx Labs, Inc.)
  • Aug 4 2015 52125-625 Sudogest 60 mg Oral Tablet, Film Coated (Remedyrepack Inc.)
  • Aug 4 2015 54723-670 Neuromed Ar 50 mg/ml Topical Cream (Sambria Pharmaceuticals, Inc.)
  • Aug 4 2015 55628-9047 Ultracin T 10 g/100ml Topical Lotion (Cal Pharma)
  • Aug 4 2015 61403-030 Ceravine Lip Balm .0003 g/5g Topical Stick (Biostandard Inc.)
  • Aug 4 2015 61786-002 Aceta-gesic Oral Tablet, Coated (Remedyrepack Inc.)
  • Aug 4 2015 62670-4936 Anti-bacterial Hand 68 ml/100ml Topical Gel (Bath & Body Works, Inc.)
  • Aug 4 2015 62670-4937 Anti-bacterial Hand 68 ml/100ml Topical Gel (Bath & Body Works, Inc.)
  • Aug 4 2015 62670-4940 Anti-bacterial Hand 68 ml/100ml Topical Gel (Bath & Body Works, Inc.)

In the News...

View All Recent News