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Pill Imprint D
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found a half of a pill yellow on outside with a white interior. only imprint i can find is a with a 36 underneath, as its only a half of one i cannot identify it. ## sry i miss typed. its: AA on top 36 on bottom. i know theres more but like i said im looking at half of the pill. its oval shaped. longer than wide. about the size of a mucinex tablet ## As odd as it may seem, I believe I actually found a match for you. It is the only one in the databases that fits. It is an oval, yellow tablet with the marking AAA 1136 and it contains 325mgs of Acetaminophen, 10mgs of Dextromethorphan, 200mgs of Guaifenesin and 5mgs of Phenylephrine, it is a cold remedy that's available over the counter. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth. You can learn more Acetaminop...
Updated 3 years ago in Mucinex.
Pink With White Skeckles On It
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What is it. Found it in my medicine container ## Hi, Jessica! How are you? What type of medicine container was it in, one that you filled yourself at home, or a bottle from your pharmacy? Are there any markings on it?
Updated 3 years ago.
For You
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WHY WOULD A PERSON TAKE NOVEL 660 WHEN IT'S NOT PRESCRIBED TO THEM? THEY HAVE NOT HAD SURGERY OR ANYTHING; THEY ARE ADDICTED TO OPIATES, METH AND WHATEVER THEY ARE ABLE TO OBTAIN OR BUY. DOES THIS GIVE THEM A HIGH OR SOMETHING? ## No, it would not get them high. Trimethobenzamide is an antiemetic, it's used to treat or prevent nausea and vomiting. Rather than a high, it's most common side effects are usually drowsiness, dizziness, headache and diarrhea. Learn more Trimethobenzamide details here. It could be that whatever they may be abusing is making them sick, so they are taking this to help prevent that. Are there any other questions I can help with?
Updated 3 years ago in Trimethobenzamide.
small round white pill with a letter n_
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its white round and has a capital N_ with an under score right next to the N the other side is blank ## Hi, Leticia! Where did you find it? I've searched quite a few databases, since I first read your post, but I haven't had any luck at all, yet. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? I'll keep looking and post back when I have information for you.
Updated 3 years ago.
ovarian cysts
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can Pyridoxine treat or breaks an ovarian cyst ## This is just a form of Vitamin B6, so no, it's not going to really do anything for an ovarian cyst. They are usually caused by a hormonal imbalance, which is why they may disappear when a woman takes hormonal contraceptives, or becomes pregnant. Have you had an ultrasound to confirm that you have a cyst?
Updated 3 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Small round white pill markings rubbed
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I found a small round white pill in my sons room. There is a line down the middle of one side and no visible numbers or letters because it looks as if any identifiers have rubbed off. ## I'm sorry, but without knowing the markings, it is most likely going to be difficult to identify. Have you tried asking your son about it? Does anyone else have any ideas? I'll do some more searching and post back when I have some information for you.
Updated 3 years ago.
doctor who will prescribe Adderall
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I just moved to San Antonio and have all my records from my previous doctor, including my diagnosis as ADD and prescriptions. What I am having trouble is finding a doctor who can prescribe on the Triple Script form (or whatever). Anyone have any recommendations? I'm about to literally go door to door and start asking A) can you prescribe controlled substances, B) Do you take my insurance and C) when's the next appointment? Have been out for weeks and feeling rather spacey.
Updated 3 years ago in Adderall.
Metolar XR-25
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I am a 35 yr young man, working on cruise ships. I had varicose veins on both legs & had a vascular surgery done on my legs, after which I was advised to take walks by the doctor. However, when I brisk walked. I felt like on those days my pressure would rise.I get very upset & irritated about most things especially on those days. I do have high blood pressure too. When I approched my vascular surgeon, he prescribed Metolar XR-25. My questions are: Is it ok for me to be taking this medication at this age? If yes, then for how long do i need to continue this medication? What do I need to do to improve my condition without the medication? Will exercise help & what kind of exercises should I do? Kindly advise. ## Hi, Lenny! What were your blood pressure readings that resulted in...
Updated 3 years ago in Blood Vessels.
risperlet 1mg and risperdal
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What is the difference between Risperlet and Risperdal tablets? ... Thank you Terry ## From what I've been able to find, there is no difference. They both contain the active ingredient Risperidone, which is an antipsychotic. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, weight changes and somnolence. Learn more Risperidone details here. Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 3 years ago in Risperdal.
Need information on oralcon pills
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Hi i am a 23yr old and started using the oralcon pill for the past 3weeks now. I was recently on the 2 month injection for almost 6years i have been off the injection for a year now and would like to have another child is it true that the pill speeds up the process faster if used for a certain time and how long will it take for me t o fall pregnant if i discontinue the use of the oralcon pill..... ## I'm sorry, I'm not sure I understand what you're asking. What process is it being said to speed up? If it's the ability to get pregnant, then no, that it not correct. Oral contraceptives work by suppressing ovulation, so no egg is released and after you stop taking them, it will take a month or more for your body to start ovulating again on its own.
Updated 3 years ago.
namenda memantine hci light blue oval with fl other side 10
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Message: I found in my boyfriends pants while washing clothes.i asked where he got it from he said a friend if his.what is it??? ## Hi, Star! How are you? Memantine is a medication that's actually used to treat Alzheimer's Disease, it can help with dementia. Side effects may include nausea, confusion, dizziness and headache. Learn more Namenda details here.
Updated 3 years ago in Namenda.
don't have HIV but useing ilvitrim
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my husband doesn't have HIV but they gave him ilvitrim,why? ## HI, Teezy! Ilvitrim is just an antibiotic, it contains the active ingredients Sulfamethoxazole and Trimethoprim, it's used to treat many types of bacterial infections, so it isn't just given to HIV patients. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Learn more Ilvitrim details here. If he starts to develop hives, that could be the sign of a dangerous reaction starting, so he should contact his doctor immediately. Is there anything else I can help with? Any other questions or concerns?
Updated 3 years ago in Sulfamethoxazole.
lexamil medication and i am Feeling wonderful
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I am using Lexamil 10 mg for 3 months now, no side effects at all, I feel wonderful and energetic and must remind myself to eat....It has taken away my appetite .... ## Hi, Martonette! I am so glad that it's helped you so much! That's great! Did you have any other side effects, or just the appetite problem? If it's okay with your doctor that you do so, you may also want to add a multivitamin, just in case. Learn more Lexamil details here.
Updated 3 years ago in Escitalopram.
slimmex vs sibuslim
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am recently taking Slimmex 15 mg caps..i was wondering which one is more effective, Slimmex or Sibuslim? beacuse ive noticed that the latter is cheaper. ## There is actually no difference. They both contain the active ingredient Sibutramine. This medication has actually been removed from the market in the U.S. and most other countries, because of the risk it causes of cardiac dangers. Learn more Sibutramine details here. So, it's really not safe for you to be taking it. Is your doctor aware that you are using it?
Updated 3 years ago in Sibutramine.
white oval pill with blue specs scored on one side
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Just trying to find out what medicine this is. I just moved into my new home and found a bottle of them. there are no labels on the bottle no numbers or letters it's scored on one side only. ## Hi, Blondie! How are you? If there are no markings on them, then it is most likely going to be difficult to determine what they contain with any certainty. We can rule them out as being a U.S. prescription tablet, since they are all required to have markings to enable their identification, so that means they are probably something that's available over the counter, but that leaves it open to many possibilities. The best suggestion I can make is to just dispose of them properly. However, I will keep looking and post back when I find some information on them.
Updated 3 years ago.
Can it be possible to become pregnant
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I am on Loestrin 28 day and was scheduled to get my period next week and will be going in vacation. I was suppose to start the brown inactive pills this coming Sunday but I started the brown pills on week three instead of week 4 just to bring on my period a week early. I've been on the pill for over 2 years and is there any possible risk associated with this kind of change. Oh and last month I skipped my period on purpose so technically I've been on the white active pills for 5 weeks straight and now I am on week 6 with the brown in active pills to try to get my period early. Please any advice with help. ## Hi, Deb! How are you? You should check with your doctor, to make sure it is safe for you to use them in this manner. But as long as you don't miss any active pills, then ...
Updated 3 years ago in Lo Loestrin Fe.
Stay away from this drug
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Do not take this medication for high blood pressure...sure it will work, in less than 3 days it dropped my bp to 90/55, i felt like i was going to die...and when you discontinue it you will rebound like crazy, heart rate will shoot through the roof, blood pressure will rise dramatically and the headaches and head pressure will be severe...I ended up in the emergency room twice trying to get off this medication and still can't get off it without having severe effects. Do a search for the study the nimh did on trying to get off this drug 30 years ago to see what it does to people. Please avoid this drug at any cost. ## Sorry about the problem you've had taking Clonidine. However, it is a very potent medication so yes it can drop your blood pressure dramatically, that's why it...
Updated 3 years ago in Clonidine.
rash from drug interreaction
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My husband has added drugs for congestive heart failure in the last few months. He has developed a rash. the dermotolist ,after a biopsy say it is a drug interreaction. the new drug are digoxin,furosmide,xarelto,potassium cl re. He has been on lopresser.avodart,ramipril and crestor for years with no side effects. The dermotiligist also prescribed prednisone,which did stop the rash, but once he stopped using it, the rash returned. Is prolonged use of Prednisone harmful? Do you see anything in the prescriptions he takes cause the rash. ## Hi, Barb! Sorry that your husband is having such issues and I hope he is getting better. Has he consulted his cardiologist? Because there can be some dangers to taking the Prednisone if he's in active CHF, it can cause elevated blood pressure, elevat...
Updated 3 years ago in Digoxin.
Took wrong Loestrin FE pill
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I took my Sunday white pill yesterday, skipping my placebo I was supposed to take, what do I do? ## HI, Annie! How are you? There's really nothing to worry about here, it will really just alter your cycle by a day for the new month of taking them, but you'll still be protected against pregnancy. Unless your doctor instructs you otherwise, you should just toss that placebo pill and continue with the active ones.
Updated 3 years ago in Loestrin 24 Fe.
recovery time for spinal laminectomy
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How long to wait to drive after a spinal lamenectomy ## Hi, Joe! Sorry that you have to have such a procedure done. However, your surgeon would be the best person to answer your question, because it is really going to depend on a number of factors, such as complications of the surgery, including how much of your spine is involved or all, as well as any medications you're taking afterwards for pain relief and etc. Has your doctor given you any idea on recovery time, yet?
Updated 3 years ago in Pain Relief.

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