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tonque / sores
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I've been getting a liaison on my tonque now for about a yr. I've had it checked it comes and goes the Dr. Says its not a cancer ,something maybe with acidity in my stomach?? I've been on 2.5 lisinopril for over 4 yrs. this and vitamins is all i take .i do have acid reflux A Indian Dr. I go to said its probably from my medication can someone please refer me this is very uncomfortable and if its something im consuming i could change it .
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what is the difference between pain o soma and prosoma
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I only want to know the difference between Pain-O-Soma and Prosoma. ## If you ONLY want to know the difference between these two drugs, you would need to speak to another Felon that has ordered controlled medicine from overseas. Or you could read archived posts here about both drugs and educate yourself? ## I am not a felon. I only wanted information but since you seem to know the law and have apparently tried illegal transactions, I will advice you that I found out what I wanted to know, the legal way. I don't trust felons and I feel you are one of knowledge. I went thru legal channels to find my answers. No thank you for the failure to answer a simple question. ## What did you find out? ## @Cricket, Although I haven't found many specific details, Carisoprodol seems to be the m...
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why can t i find picture of oxycodone with imprint a 349
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I cannot find this picture of this pill and they don't work. Are these fake? Imprint of A 349. White and round. ## Hi Roy, Not to worry, they are in fact real and are made by Actavis. However many patients have filed complaints about pain meds coming from this particular manufacturer due to a lack of efficacy compared to other manufacturer's brands/generics. Concerning a photograph of the pill, I too haven't had any luck finding one on the internet, even after going through Actavis' main product page. But if you're just trying to verify their legitimacy, Actavis did have the decency to put up a product description on their webpage at: actavis.com/products/key-products/product-search?searchterm=Oxycodone NOTE: You'll see that it's the first tablet described on...
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corn starch fillers
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Gabapentin 300 capsules do they contain a corn or soy fillers or binders
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ip 207 pill
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what is a white oblong pill with the imprint ip 207 on it? ## Hi dale, From what I could gather, a white oblong pill imprinted with IP 207 reportedly contains 7.5mgs of Oxycodone + 325mgs of Acetaminophen, prescribed for moderate to severe pain. I haven't verified the manufacturer, but I believe it may be a company called Amneal Pharma, who is known to manufacturer similar pills with an "IP" imprint followed by a three-digit set of numbers. I hope this helps!
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Rythmol and seman
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Can Rythmol be transfered through seman and cause any side effects? ## Hello, Laura! How are you? No, you'll not be exposed to the mediations that a man is taking in such a manner. Any trace amounts that might carry through to his semen would be far too small to have an effect on anyone else. The FDA classifies this an anti-arrhythmic that's used to treat illnesses associated with rapid heart beat and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, metallic taste and GI upset. If you had a bad reaction to sperm, you may have a sperm allergy or be allergic to a protein produced by the specific man in question. What types of symptoms did you experience?
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sulfamethoxazole tmp ds tab used for yeast infection
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Ok so i used tho medication and got what i would like to think is a yeast infection. Thick white skimpy discharge but without the smell or itch. And i went to my GYN and was testednegative for everything but e coli wwhich was why i took it. But now there is this discjarge so i am now using an over the counter 3 day monistat to hopefully clear the symptoms and side effects of the medication. If this does not work then i will talk to another GYN because frankly im not happy with the way my current doctor treats me as a patient. ## Hello, Gabby! How are you? This medication is an antibiotic and most of them can cause a yeast infection, as a side effect, as listed by the FDA, along with nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash, headache and diarrhea. However, if you didn't have any itc...
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doctors willing to prescribe pain meds
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I am having a hard time finding a dr in staten island NY. Even after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 3years ago& being prescribed oxycontin for almost 2 years my dr has moved his practice& no other doctors are willing to help me the same way my last doc was now with him not around& me off the meds I was on for so long my pain from MS has progressed I do have all mri's& documents that state I do have MS. Can I be helped?? ## Sorry I meant to say I was subscribed oxycodone and am looking for a new doctor to subscribe the same 30mg roxicodone I was on since my dr has moved away from new York,si because my ms has been progressing and those meds are the only pain meds I can take I will travel to the city or any of the 5 burrows to find another doctor willing to su...
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Xanax/alprazolam scored White with only "11" imprint
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I went to go pickup my generic xanax script at a new pharmacy, they charged only 20$ for 90 2mg, so I could not say no to that, the next day I picked it up and the pill was bar shaped with round edges, scorerd to break into .5mg doses like all, excluding dava, are the only imprint is the number 11. It certainly taste like xaxa, as I have used a number of generics, but can not identify this odd, round edge alprazolam pill. Please help ## I'm sorry, but I can't find a listing for this in any of the U.S. prescription drug resources, either. Was this from a U.S. pharmacy? There is always the possibility that it is just very new to the market and isn't listed in the databases, yet. ## Yes it is xanax. It depends on your pharmacy. My uncle had them. I asked him the same ? You have...
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oxycodone pink 10 mg tab
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Are the pink n p 12 Oxus INSTANT RELEASE OR EXTENDED RELEASE? ## Hello, Auntie! How are you? These tablets are manufactured by Zydus Pharmaceuticals and they list them as being regular release tablets, so they begin to work about 15 to 20 minutes after you take them. The OxyIR is only available in 5mg capsules. 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, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with?
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