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ic lorazepam 0 5 mg
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does product help with anxiety ## @buckedon1, The answer to your question is yes - Lorazepam is in a class of drugs called benzodiazepines, which are commonly prescribed for treating anxiety, depression, and insomnia. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Lorazepam Details I for one don't think the benefits of drugs like Lorazepam outweigh the possible sides and withdrawal symptoms associated with long term or frequent use. But I think it's also important to remember that not everyone responds to these types of medications in the same way...whereas in some cases, certain individuals may find that Lorazepam works better or worse than various other treatment modalities. Hope this helps!
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light blue oblong pill 17 on one side d other
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Oblong light blue pill with 17 on one side and D on other side ## Hi Myssi, The closest match I'm finding to your description, is an oblong light blue pill with the numbers "1|7" on one side (separated by a divit/score line) and a capital "A" on the other (which looks like it could actually resemble a D, depending on the overall condition it's in - because the letter A is kinda bulged outward in the center). At any rate, this particular pill is identified as a 50mg Sertraline hydrochloride tablet, used for treating depression and anxiety. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Aurobindo Pharma and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 65862-0012. Additional reports suggest that it is approximately 10mm in size. Maybe you can take a measuring ta...
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Prolia side effects
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Would like to know of side effects after Prolia infusion from other persons. Up to now I have none. ## Prolia is used to treat or prevent Osteoporosis, specifically in post-menopausal women, it contains the active ingredient Denosumab. I'm glad to hear you've had no side effects, however, they can include: skin infections, jaw bone problems, irritation at the injection site and hypocalcemia. Read more: Is there any with experience using this? ## How are you doing now? Still now side effects? Please let us know ## I was given a shot of prolia 8 days ago. I am suffering from pains in my arms and legs, digestive discomfort and nausea. Has anyone had this shot as I would like to know how long these side effects last as I am unable to work at the moment. I really feel terrible and I ...
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I like my Doctor
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He is really old, very funny. Just prescribed me 90 Soma with 5 refills. That is 540 SOMA when others can't get their Doc to write for SOMA at all. ## What is his name is he in Oregon ? ## He should be in Oregon. Just a "County" Doctor in a small Rural area near Vegas. ## Do you know his name? Thank you so veryuch ## Well yes I know his name, really don't want to post it here but I did want to dispel the myth that Doctors are not writing for SOMA or it can't be refilled... I have found Doctors who hate the drug because they might have had personal experience with it and know it does not really have much therapeutic value. On the other hand it makes you feel better and doctors know that as well. By developing a working relationship with your provider over time is the ...
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round off white pill with p10 30
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Found this pill with p10 on front and 30 on back its off white ## Hi cool chick, I haven't found an exact match to your pill, but I do know that Mylan Pharmaceuticals manufacturer's a number of round white pills that have P10, P15, P30, etc, on the front side of the pill with a letter M on the back. I just be curious to know whether they also make one with the number 30 on the back... If it's something you want to look into further, their customer relations hotline can be reached via Phone: 800-796-9526 or Email at: customer.service@mylan.com. Whereabouts did you find it at?
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Getting Prescriptions From 2 Different Doctors For Pain Meds But They Are Conditions
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Well I just really need to know if what I am doing is condsidered doctor shopping. I fell at at department store and injuryed my knee. Well i have to go to the doctor the lawyer sent me too. He prescribes pain meds for me, the only thing he can treat is my knee. I started having back problems. My primary care doctor sent me to a different doctor and he also gives me meds. But the pharmacy said they would call the doctors and tell on me. So I went and ahead and the doctors myself so that it would not look as bad. What do you think will happen to me? The pharmacy refused to give me back my prescription. Can they do that? ## Yes, when you are getting medications from more than one doctor, regardless of the condition, that is the very definition of doctor shopping. Logically, if one doctor ...
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suboxone Withdrawals long term
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Does anyone have long term experience with Suboxone withdrawal? Mine is really dragging out mentally. It's going on 3 months and I am still shaky, agoraphobic and I feel "stuck." I feel like I'm on about day 5 of an alcohol withdrawal-over the hump but not quite there. It's taking so long & I've GOT to crawl up out of this hole! I'm so frustrated; I don't feel like "ME" ## @niele, Sorry to hear about the drawn out symptoms...I've actually heard rumor of patients still leveling out even 6 months after stopping Suboxone. So it seems to me like the withdrawals and just getting back to normal can possibly take quite a while for some individuals. Perhaps less time for others, depending on various factors. If you have a moment to spare though, I...
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Doctors In New York Or Newjersey That Prescribe Roxycodone 30mg
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hello so heres my question i am looking for a new pain management doctor in either the 5 borrows or in new jersey that prescribe roxycodone/oxycodone 30mg i currently have a doctor in staten island who was prescribing me 45 roxys bi weekly then uped me to 60 30mg roxys bi weekly now he has me coming in every week and lowered me to 20mg oxycodone 30 a week i told him this is not enough for me but he dosent listen to anything anybody says also i have a job and work 5 days a week he wants me to come in every friday but i cant because of work but when i tell him i cant come in every week because i have work let me come on a day i have off im going to loose my job he ignores me and just says its ok just come next week like im just some jerk off i also told him the 20s are not enough its not ...
Updated 1 hour ago in Oxycodone.
 
amlodipine besylate 5mg side effects
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Can Amlodipine Besylate 5mg cause you to retain fluid in your feet and legs? I noticed since my Mom started taking this medication, her feet and legs has been retaining lots of fluid.
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Pain Management Doctors Oxycodone
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I am looking for a doctor who will continue my medication of oxycodone 4 times a day as well as xanex 2 times a day in the central jersey area! any help would be great! ## Hi Allison, I was actually able to locate a pain management doctor based out of Jersey City, if that's nearby where you mentioned? Xavier Aviles, M.D. 25 Birch Street Jersey City, New Jersey 07305 I don't know whether or not a pain management doctor would prescribe Xanax, as that is all based on their discretion. But PM doctor's will surely be able to prescribe narcotic pain medication to get the relief you need. I hope this helps! ## I have been going to a pain management clinic for 18 yrs. i take 120 mg of Oxycontin 3 times a day, plus 2 4 mg Dillard 4 times a day. and i still hurt all day. of course I...
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