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what color is suboxone
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Is their a blue suboxone? Was told it comes in a square and you cut it in 4 pieces. Its blue thick and has a bubble gum taste when put under lounge yes its as bad of a taste as orange ones have. Ran out so got it from friend. Please identify ## No, I didn't find any blue ones listed. Who told you that's what it was? Were there any markings on it? ## Someone told me they had blue soboxoxine and having trouble finding info on it. I know of orange and white and orange strips can anyone tell me if there are blue ones?
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Lyrica and body stiffness
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I've been on lyrica for about 4 months and feel like I'm 100 years old. After sitting for only a few minutes and getting up my body is so stiff! When I awaken in the morning my hands are so stiff I can't close them and I can barely walk I'm so stiff. I've also been having urinary incontinence. Has anyone else experienced these side effects? ## These are listed as being very rare possibly side effects of it, known to happen in very few people that take it. Have you contacted your doctor? I'd advise you to do so, as soon as possible, because you should probably be switched to a different medication. Learn more: ## I have experienced the exact same symptom plus many more. I have been diagnosed with CPS and have done the rounds with specialists and the drugs they pre...
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doctors willing to prescribe pain medication
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Can you tell me about any doctors who can prescribe Vicodin ## You'll get a much better response if you post back and state what area you are in. From your current post, people can only guess. Where are you located? Vicodin is a narcotic pain reliever containing Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone. Common side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: ## i have am being treated for a back injury i aquired in the army 19 years ago i now have 3 buldging discs in my lower back. i have been on numerous meds 2 try and confort my situation, my New va. dr. took me off 8 percocet 5s a day and wont give them back. he dont believe in them. i have been on them now almost 3 years now and they are they only meds that help me with my pain. what do i do ? ## in souther...
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I have been on norco tens for at least eight years. I have had breast surgeries and back problems ect. They did help with the pain but now its more about surviving I guess. I am usually careful not to run out but my doctor had emergency surgery and wont be back until monday so that puts me with no meds starting now and I am freaking because I am prescribed eight a day. I have twenty tylenol fours that I could take but have never taken them before so I dont know if they will even help so I guess my question is will they keep me from withdrawing or am I out of luck? I have two children and a job that I called in sick to because I was afraid of being sick. Any help you can give I really appreciate. Thanks..
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If you are struggling with getting off Suboxone successfully, you may want to take the time to read this. I have read a ton of hype about Suboxone being impossible to get off. How the withdrawal symptoms carry on for days, even months. Below, I would like to encourage you and let you know that it can be done. I AM LIVING PROOF YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH THIS FEAT!!! I have been free of Suboxone and all other drugs and alcohol for 3 months and I have never felt better in my life!!! THE WAY THAT SUCCESS HAPPENED FOR ME AND CAN HAPPEN FOR YOU: For months I read Suboxone blog sites in the effort to gather some element of hope that would encourage me to make the “jump” to get off my final 1/8 tab (1mg) of Suboxone. At the point I started reading these blog sites, I had come down from 2.5...
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a51 30mg have naloxone in it
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Does percent 30 a 51 have naloxone in them ## Hello, Lydia! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by Amneal Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing only 30mgs of Oxycodone in a regular release formulation. The FDA classifies this medication 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. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have tried the ir's but the last time they were the a 51s and I noticed they didn't work as well for me
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white oblong pill with a333
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This a333 is generic for percocet and CVS is dispensing them, OXYCODONE10/3.25 is what they are. ## Thanks for taking the time to share this information. To anyone else needing a second opinion, I can also confirm that an oblong white pill marked with "A333" is in fact identified as Oxycodone (10mg) + Acetaminophen (325mg); which is used to treat moderate to severe pain. For verification, this tablet is said to be manufactured by Actavis, and has a National Drug Code of 00228-2983-11. Does anyone here have personal experience or feedback from trying these over other manufacturer's brands/generics? I heard one complaint about someone having stomach or GI problems from this particular form, but have yet to come across a list of inactive ingredients to see what exactly might be...
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Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals vs Wilshire 10mg dextroamphetam
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Whats the difference if any...is one better than the other. Two pharmacies in town and same price but different brands...??? ## The truth is that each individual may react or respond differently to each and every brand/generic out there. One of the reasons is because there are different binders and fillers. The other is likely due to differences within our own body chemistry, metabolism, age, weight, and a number of other personal factors. That said, finding the appropriate manufacturer may just be a game of trial and error, because even if one person responds favorably to Mallinckrodt (for example), you may respond more favorably to Wilshire. My point is that it all comes down to personal preference in the end. And the only way to build a true personal preference among all the options ...
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my 3m0s.old baby with colds and cough
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CAn i give my 3m0s.old baby a nasatapp though he have nasal problem yet it also associated with dry cough.
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what kind of dye is in the yellow vicodin
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Every time I take a yellow Vicodin vs a white one I feel like I'm having a slight allergic reactions. I was just wondering what kind of dye was used so I could stay away from it ## @Jp1, According to the US National Institute of Health, the dye that was used on the yellow "V 36 01" generic (10/325) Vicodin tab by Qualitest is listed as: D & C Yellow #10 lake. In addition to that, it also reportedly contains the following set of binders and fillers: colloidal silicon dioxide + croscarmellose sodium + crospovidone + magnesium stearate + microcrystalline cellulose + povidone + pregelatinized corn starch + stearic acid Was this the yellow Vicodin you were referring to? If not, can you please post back with a pill imprint to narrow it down to a specific tablet?
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