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Need doctor who will prescribe methodone for chronic severe pain.
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I have a rare kind of polyneuropathy that affects my long nerves. I have had severe chronic pain for over 8 years. My pain doctor in Florida switched me from oxycontin to methadone because the oxycodone made it difficult to sleep. I recently moved to Mass. and so far the two doctors I've been to eliminated my breakthrough meds (oxycodone 30 mg. 4 times a day) and decreased my methadone from 140 mg a day (taken evenly in 10 mg a day) to 70 mg a day (10 mg. tabs throughout the day) and I am back to excruciating pain. I cannot work, eat a healthy diet, sleep, take care of my family, etc. Why don't any of these doctors realize that although there are risks related to taking opiates, that QUALITY of life is what is important to me? Do you know of any doctors in Mass. (Lowell area) th... ...
Updated 7 days ago in OxyContin.
Tue, Feb 24 '15, 12:37 PM
Anyone prescribed, Contrave as well as Phentermine & Belviq at once?
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I began taking Phetermine in October of '14, weighing in at 272 big ones! Yikes! I had weight loss--but in December my doctor suggested we pair the Phen with Contrave. He said it would help in the evening when I usually like my snacks. My weight loss was minimal but still there. By Feb. '15, I'm down 55lbs, but again weight loss was moving slower. So my doctor wants me to add Belviq. I've been taking all three and so far no major side effects. Just thirsty for water. I feel like contrave is supposed to be this miracle drug, but I don't feel like it does anything. Am I the only one being prescribed all these at the same time? Side note, I just has full blood work completed to make sure none of my organs are shutting down from this. Since day 1, I've eaten better a... ...
Updated 18 days ago in Contrave.
Fri, Feb 13 '15, 4:05 PM
Red Football Shaped Pill with black medical emblem (snake on stick)
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I remember taking these pills in the 1960's and into the 1970's because of allergies. I hated taking them, and I now wonder if the ringing in my ears that I have dealt with since childhood may have been caused by them. Does anyone know what this pill contained? ...
Updated 6 months ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Wed, Aug 06 '14, 6:51 PM
is amlodipinebenaz an acceptible generic substitute for lotrel
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i took lotrel for hypertension for 5 years with great success. within the past year amlodipine-benaz became available as a generic for lotrel. i know that some generics are better than others. is amlodipine-benaz considered a generic having good results for people. ## I took LOTREL for several years; then switched to amlodipine-benaz . I have taken it for several years with as good as results as the lotrel. my blood pressure is well within the normal limits. ## I agree, I have been on it for several years with no problems! ## It is just a generic for Lotrel. Learn more Lotrel details here. And when it comes to generics, there can be slight differences between them and the name brand, but for most people the differences are therapeutically insignificant. The only time you should be cauti... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lotrel.
Mon, Mar 18 '13, 3:22 PM
adalt for high blood pressure and i believe it is affecting my eyes
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it is a samll pink tablet and I have beej taking it for a month 30mg once per day and now my left eye is giviing problems does anyone else have thata problem ...
Updated 6 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Mon, May 26 '08, 3:33 PM
glimepiride metformin &saxagliptin cpmbination & its side effect
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I am 56 year male diabetic sincr last 10 years. I was taking glimpride 2mg once a day & volix.3 twice a day & my sugar level were under 130 fasting & 160 pp. Since last 2months the sugar level has increased to 175 fasting & 255 pp.Along with the other medicine the doctor has advised Glimer 2 twice a day. metformin500mg twice a day ,Onglyza 5mg once a day and voglibose .3 twice a day.Pl advice woul it be proper to take all the medicines togther? ...
Updated 6 months ago in Glimepiride.
Thu, Aug 14 '14, 4:11 AM
experiencing hairfall, heartbeat palpitation and stomache ache
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Good day. I am Jean. I'm 32 yo. Last month i started taking neurobion as i am experiencing a problem to my nerve especifically to my lower extremeties. But just early this month i noticed my hair especially on top that i have a patches on my head. And a week later it become two. so i stop taking neurobion as i feared that this maybe the side effect of taking rhis med. Aside from this, i also notice of palpitation of my heart and a bit ache on my stomache while taking this med. I only take it for a month. Is taking this med the possible reason why i am experiencing these things? Thank you. :)g ...
Updated 11 months ago.
Tue, Mar 18 '14, 1:08 PM
ia there side effects from cipralex,thyroxine and amitriptyline
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is there side efffects from cipralex, thyroxine and amitriptyline taken together ## I am taking amitriptyline for bladder pain, and have recently been diagnosed with under active thyroid. So now taking thyroxin and amit together. Do they work ok together because my bladder has been irritable since taking it? Help please.. Many thanks ## I was on amit for quite a while when i was diagnosed with under active thyroid, the effect was devastating my weight shot up to 22 stone also my prostate gland became enlarged making it almost impossible to pass water, this then led to extreme water retention further increasing my weight and eventually it became impossible to walk more than a few yards without extreme pain in my lower back (kidney area) my doctor never made the connection, and it was onl... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Amitriptyline.
Wed, Sep 10 '14, 8:00 PM
is there doctors in the mobile al area that perscribes rocky cotin
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Need a Doctor that will perscribe Roxy in Mobile Al. It would be great to find one that takes medicare as well because I am fully disabiled. ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Tue, Aug 20 '13, 5:27 PM
what's the risk of psychosis with therapeutic doses of solphyllex
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i have had 2 patients develop first time psychotic symptoms within 24hrs after taking solphyllex for common cold .they have no prior psychiatric history and negative family history of psychiatric illness.there is no history of substance abuse save for occasional beers.the first patient suffered recurrent psychotic attacks long after the solphyllex was withdrawn.i know theophyllin may cause CNS stimulation but why is this becoming common at usual therapeutic doses? ## I am a member of the public, not in the medical field, but I experienced what my doctor referred to as "a trip" after taking Solphyllex. The reason being that he had earlier prescribed another broncho-dilator containing theophylline and the combined effect of the two sent me into la-la land. It was a horrible experi... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Theophylline.
Wed, Apr 11 '12, 1:27 AM
why it is given to person undergo head injury Tablet Epsolin 300mg
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my friend undergo accident. his forehead injured. HE UNDERGO OPERATION. N asked his to take dis tablet epsolin for three years ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Dec 27 '11, 8:39 AM
level of hydrocodone in your system when they are prescribe to you ?
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Do they test the level of hydros in your urine ? The doctor wants me to take 4 10 mg hydro daily but sometimes i dont take that many, i know you have to have them in your system or they will not give them to you anymore. When i first got hurt i took more than i was supposed to everyday and was running out before my appointment and i got into trouble fot them not being in my system. ## Hello, Makala! How are you? Yes, they do, because they need to be able to make sure that you're taking them as you're supposed to be and not selling them. Thus, if you aren't taking the right amount and they detect that, you could end up with them dropping you as a patient and your being refused further prescriptions. Learn more Vicodin details here. This medication is a narcotic analgesic, so ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, Oct 10 '13, 1:03 PM
small white tablet with a T and O on one side and nothing on the other
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I have a grandmother who is 78 years of age and I am worried that the medication she is taking may not be good for her, or make her high blood pressure worse. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Mon, Jun 08 '09, 10:46 AM
Prescription Drugs that will give you congestive Kidney failure.
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Gabapentin 300 mg.cap, Protonix 40 mg.Tab., Amitiza 24 MCG cap, Zegerid 40-1100 Cap, MRI with Contrast ## Gabapentin aka neurontin controls seizures, assists with sleep. I take 800 each night with 12.5 zolpidem which is time released. Ive never slept so well. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Gabapentin.
Sat, Mar 23 '13, 5:46 AM
Need A Dr In Columbus Ind Or 50 Miles Away Will Write All My Pain Meds
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need a pain dr or dr thatat will give me or raise my pain meds up to help my pain in legs its like death pain my feet,chronic painin indy ind or columbus ind or 50 miles away.lupas,fibrmyliga nerve damage ,hands burning feet legs swelling burning,knots in feet legs ,stresspain fatguiHGCOQ ## Hi Sue, Unfortunately, no one can really know ahead of time what a doctor is or is not willing to prescribe, as that is based on the doctor's discretion and not on someone else's previous appointment (especially since many doctor's are now worried about losing their licensing for prescribing too many narcotics). Some advice I can give you is to not specifically ask for any 'specific medication' when you see a new doctor. Just make sure to transfer or take a copy of all your medic... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Endocets.
Fri, Oct 17 '14, 2:56 AM
Reaction To Combining Alcohol With Lyrica Pristiq And Oxycodone
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I am prescribed Lyrica and Pristiq for Fibromyalgia and depression and oxycodone for occasional pain from knee replacements. I have on occasion drank 2-3 alcohol drinks while taking this combination with no problem but the past two times I am totally fine when I go to bed but I wake with the worst hangover and it lasts for days. The last time, 3 weeks ago I had 2 beers, took the oxycodone (10mg) an hour later, took the lyrica and pristiq 5 hours later before going to bed and woke the next day really hung over with nausea every time I moved my head too quickly and I've had headaches and my thinking has been foggy ever since. For 3 weeks!! Could this combo have damaged something in my brain? Has anyone experienced this, or heard of this? Will this go away? ## Combining the medications... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Lyrica.
Thu, Jul 26 '12, 11:22 AM
Does Infant Formula Interact With The Absorption Of Alupent Drug
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I want to know the answer Does Infant Formula Interact With The Absorption Of Alupent Drug ## does infant formula interact withe absoption of alupent?please reply ## i want to know that infant formula interact withthe absorption of the alupent drug ## does infant formula milk interact with the absorption of the alupent drug ## Are you referring to your child being on a regimen of Alupent, and also having them take infant formula? I could not find documented reports of the infant formula having a detrimental effect on this drug's efficacy. There are, however, warnings stating that pregnant or breast-feeding women should only take Alupent (metaproterenol) under the direction of their doctor. Can you please include more details from your original question? What circumstances arose or w... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Alupent.
Sun, Dec 15 '13, 11:11 PM
need help finding a doctor who will prescribe me xanax for anxiety
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I have high anxiety and I am really needed help, I am to nervous to go to some doctors because I have bad panic attacks, please help me, I really need my life back without panic attacks all day long ## I use to take Xanax, now I am on Sam E, it saved my life, even thou the Xanax was cheaper. Thank God I found out about Sam E. I take the 200mg in the morning with one L theanine 200mg, and one Zinc tablet. I feel like my normal self in half hr or so. Worth reading about. I buy the 400mg and cut in half. ...
Updated 1 month ago in Xanax.
Tue, Jan 06 '15, 8:03 PM
Possible clash of medication prescribed for High Blood Pressure?
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Having been on Irbesartan (300mg) and Nebivolol (10mg x2 a day) I have now been prescribed Amlodipine for the last 2/3 weeks. Apart from the swollen ankles, along with stiffness and a tight feeling which GP mentioned was a possibility of taking the latter, I am now suffering horrendous cramps in my left thigh and also severe muscular pain in the side of my neck. My blood pressure has certainly improved with the Amlodipine but the disturbed sleep and agony of cramp/muscle pain is becoming unbearable. Should I carry on persevering or see the doc? ...
Updated 8 months ago in Irbesartan.
Tue, Jun 24 '14, 1:57 AM
is it ok to use miralax that has expired march 2013 in february 2015
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My baby is 17 months old and I only have miralax that says it expired March 2013 and it's February 2015 ## Hi Lakisha, According to consumer reviews on Amazon, MiraLAX laxative powder is reported to have a 6 month shelf life. And while I realize some medications are still deemed safe to take after the expiration date, I would still encourage you to get a new one since you're using it on a 17 month old baby who's system may be more sensitive to any slight degradation in the product. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 15 days ago in MiraLax.
Mon, Feb 16 '15, 11:43 AM


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