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Leflunomide
Why is the availability of leflunomide nonexistant? No pharmacy in my area (southern Nevada) has been able to supply it to me since February 2011. ## What happen to leflunomide? It is not available anywhere. ## When I contacted the manufacturer of both Arava and Leflunomide I was told that the patent on Arava had expired. If some other company picks up the formula Leflunomide will be manufactured again otherwise only Arava will be available. Thus the cost for a 90 day supply goes from around 200 dollars to around 1600, Pretty tough when one is in the donut hole but makes a little too much to qualify for payment assistance. Big corporate rip off for those who can not take (or afford) any other RH meds. ## As of August, Apotex Pharmaceuticals announced that they had relaunched production ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Leflunomide.
Fri, Nov 25 '11, 11:59 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 215863
TAKING BANOCIDE FORTE THRICE DAILY WHEN BREAST FEEDING IS DONE
I am a lady of 27 years and given birth to a baby one month beforfe.. i am giving breast feeding to my child. I am having severe cough for the last 5 months right from the time I started staying in Cochin while I was pregnant and it continues Followed by cough sputem comes out when I have cough in the moring , evening etc. Also I have small breathing problem. Yesterday when I checked the blood, the eosinophil count was 1176. On the advise of my front I am taking Banocide forte thrice daily. I propose to take for 1 month. My weight is 50 kg. Please advice me as to whether it is correct to do so. Does it have a side effect either to me or to my child. Please help soon with your valuable advice. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Tue, Nov 13 '12, 1:47 AM   0 
Pharmaceutical Companies
Hi everyone, Just a post to get opinions on how Pharmaceutical companies promote their products within the UK. Do you feel that introducing TV advertising for prescription drugs would benefit the health of the nation or only the companies? If anyone is interested in this subject or feel strongly about it, it would be great if you could take a few minutes to complete a survey I have created (link is at bottom) for my final year project at university. Thanks a lot ## The link you posted is broken - can anybody else share their thoughts about this? ## From what I have read Asthmamefrin (Epinephrine) is now a prescription drug - is this correct ## Hi Jeanne, you are right that AsthmaNefrin is a prescription drug. It is used for treating shortness of breath, chest tightness, and wheezing ass... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Epinephrine.
Mon, Mar 01 '10, 8:22 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 192832
colone ulcer and acity problam
i am suffring from colone ulcer since three yere, i did colonoscopy founed dr some erossion in colone and ractum,now i want to know to this percosion and care from those foods which are harmfull for me , plez give me sasution for that . ## It can be hard to say what foods may caused problems for any one individual, especially in the case of a colon ulceration. The most common that should be avoided is anything acidic, like tomatoes and citrus fruit. Another category to stay away from would be anything spicy, such as hot peppers. To prevent further irritation foods that are hard to digest may also cause problems, such as nuts and corn. Some people also try to avoid gassy items like cabbage and dark green vegetables. Has your doctor advised any treatment? ## Dear all i have ulcerative pro... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Ulcer.
Mon, Nov 26 '12, 11:29 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 208553
side effects of trapic mf
trapic mf film coated tablet colour: yellow oxide of iron, red oxide of iron each tablet contains- tranexamic acid --500 mg mefenamic acid --250 mg exipients --q.s. dosage as directed by gynaecologist. ## Hi, I am 28 years old and having problems with my periods. Firstly, they are irregular (one month bleeding for 5 days, next month 15 days, also does not come regularly). Secondly, between periods there is constant spotting or rather - strand-like blood discharge constantly. When I visited a doctor she did an examination and said that my cervix was congested hence the problem. She has advised me to take Trapic MF for this. Please - is this correct? Does this tablet have any negative side effects? Should I go for a second opinion? ## Trapic is commonly used to treat these types of condit... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tranexamic Acid.
Mon, Feb 18 '13, 8:25 PM   23  Subscribe to thread 193364
Earache With A Lump On The Outer Ear & Pain Goin Toward the Jaw,
My 20 yr old daughter is suffering with a pain in her outer ear and is very tender to the touch. She has said that the pain goes from her ear down to her jaw when she eats. This is causing her to not eat at all. Also very deaf on that side being the right ear. She flew in from Sydney, Australia to New Zealand on Tuesday an it started after that. ## It may have been caused or aggravated by the pressure cabin, when she was flying. Has she seen a doctor? this site does not provided diagnoses or medications/treatments, this is an information only website. And only a doctor who can do an exam will be able to correctly diagnose the problem and provide her with treatment options. And if she is suffering from hearing loss, then it is really important that she see a doctor and get to the root of... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Jul 05 '11, 12:13 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 219451
effects causes by phensedyl cough syrup
effects causes by the phensedyl cough syrup and how to come out by its addiction. ## Right know i am sufering from chronic hepatic ,i have stoped alchol but i still take Ativan 2mg and 100 ml of phencidly cough syrup everydayas far for chronic hepatic iam on herbal treatment which is getting cured, but my whole body itchs and i get ,chronic constipation, depression and Axienty i want to quit Ativan and phencidly and after two months i want to continue alcohol in limit but i still want to know every thing about this disease? ## I am suffering from chronic liver hepatic i have completely stopped Alcohol, but addicted to Ativan2mg and corex cough syrup ,can i be more harmed by this medications ? ## Can phencidly cough syrup and ativan 2mg harm me more because i am having chronic hepatic of... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Ativan.
Sat, Mar 01 '14, 12:03 PM   38  Subscribe to thread 182106
Coming off after 15 years
I have been reducing my tablets from Jan. of this year after been on them on 50mg at night for lack of sleep. I was told that when I tried before to come off it was a relapse I was having, instead I now believe these were withdrawal symptoms. I am now down to 20mg and will be going down a quarter of a tablet after Christmas. It has to be slow, when I am on the last one it will have to be slower yet. After every cut a leveling off is very important. The last reduction was three months ago. I do not like the feeling in my chest so I decided to go down very slow now and so far have no problem but the danger is when one comes off too quick. ## You are correct! Though technically what you experienced if you stopped taking them too abruptly before was a rebound effect, rather than a relapse o... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Amitriptyline.
Thu, Dec 20 '12, 1:02 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 240117
Fexofenadine D was subsituted for Allegra-D, any adverse reactions?
Fexofen-D was given to me by my CVS Caremark. On the third day on this medicine I slept all day and had trouble trying to wake up. On the forth day I had very dangerous side effects that almost caused me stop working. Has anyone been taking Allegra-D then stopped and started taking the Generic with some or the same side effects as me? Side effects I experienced: DIZZINESS, DRY MOUTH, NAUSEA, ITCHING, DIFFICULTY BREATHING, TIGHTNESS IN THE CHEST, SWELLING OF THE MOUTH and TONGUE, DROWSINESS, ITCHY and SCRATCHY EYES, RUNNY NOSE, EAR PASSAGES PLUGGING, FOATING FEELING, SLOW REACTIONS, DIFFICULTY CONCENTRATING, LOSS OF CORDINATION, EYES ROLLING FIGHTING SLEEPINESS, SLURRED SPEECH. ## Have you consulted your doctor? Many of those symptoms sound more like an allergic reaction to something in ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Fexofenadine.
Sat, Oct 29 '11, 5:50 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 217267
voveran 50
i was back pain in since 2 years please sent any tablet decreaseing the pain ## Voveran is reported to contain the active ingredient Diclofenac. This medication is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) taken to reduce inflammation and as an analgesic reducing pain in conditions such as arthritis or acute injury. If your body is not responding to this for pain relief then you should consider letting your physican know so that they can put you on a different medication. You can read more about this drug on the page for . Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## MY LEFT SIDE CHEST PAIN , MY LEFT HAND ALSO , PAIN IN SPINAL CORD, MY BP 80/120, STRESS TEST NORMAL, 2DECHO NORML, CHOLESTROL 205 , PL ADVICE , TODAY DOC, PRECSCRIBED , T. VOVRA... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Diclofenac.
Mon, Mar 14 '11, 7:29 AM   7  Subscribe to thread 199497
Levosulpride vs Levosulpiride for treatment of acidity
Hi, Recently my mother was prescribed Livpride -25 by doctor for treatment of acidity. When we purchased the drug from chemist, we got Sulpride-25 containint Levosulpride salt. As the name was different, I checked over net and found that a drug with very similar name of salt(Levosulpiride) was an anti psychotic drug. So i went back to the chemist, checking whats wrong, and was given Livpride-25 which has Levosulpiride and was told that it was the actual prescription. Now I want to know which one of them if any is actually related to the treatment of acidity?? ## The one you mentioned Levosulpride is actually just a misspelling, the correct drug name is Levosulpiride and it has several medical uses, as well as being an antipsychotic. It also acts as a prokinetic agent, so it enhances gas... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Rabeprazole.
Thu, May 08 '14, 2:15 AM   9  Subscribe to thread 221791
will craztronin be effective on a absessed tooth
i have a painful tooth..my jaw is swollen and i have a white pustular bump that oozes when i press on my gum ## Hello, Marie! How are you feeling? Craztronin contains the active ingredient Azithromycin, which is an antibiotic and yes, it can be used to treat a dental infection. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Learn more Craztronin details here. However, it should only be used if it has been prescribed by your dentist or doctor, since you do need to make sure that you have enough to complete a full course of treatment to properly eradicate the infectious bacteria. Additionally, it will not correct whatever underlying problem caused the infection, so you also still need to see your dentist for follow up care, otherwise the infection wil... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Azithromycin.
Mon, Oct 21 '13, 12:40 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 254175
Medi Slim Powder
How to take this Powder? and what type of food take in this period. How long I take Medi slim Powder? ## Medi Slim is a nutritional supplement, which is claimed to aid in weight loss. The instructions say that one level scoop should be added to 11mls of previously boiled water or milk that has been allowed to cool and it should be used once daily. It is also meant to be used with a healthy, weight loss diet. The ingredients, as listed on the site of the manufacturer, Varisano Nutrition, are: Maltodextrin, sugar, skimmed milk powder, Inulin, whey protein concentrate, soya protein isolate, malt extract, oat fiber, fructose, dextrose, cellulose gel powder, hydroxycitric acid (HCA), corn syrup solid powder , xanthan gum, carageenan, and vanilla flavor. (Vitamins, minerals) Vitamin A acetate... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Vitamin A.
Wed, Nov 06 '13, 3:08 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 217533
Metanx - ingredients
I want to know what is in this medicine, the amount of eash property- how much more than an over the counter drug/ ## Please explain what is in this medicine and also is vitamin C and B12 over the counter just as good. Thank you ## I just started this metanx a little over a week now. I was given a pamphlet on it. It states that metanx contains the active ingredients of folic acid, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12 which allow the body to absorb them without having to break them down first like you would have to do with OTC vitamins. It is only available with a prescription and you take two of the pills a day. Hope this information helps. ## The ingredients list provided by Krystal is correct, it is generally given to help Diabetic Neuropathy patients. The breakdown is 2.8mgs of Folic Acid, 25... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Metanx.
Sat, Jun 21 '14, 10:58 AM   18  Subscribe to thread 165458
morphine 5mg tab info on how much to take
letters on one side ABG other side 60 ## THIS IS NOT MORPHINE NOR IS IT A 5mg TABLET!!!! This tablet contains 60mgs of Oxycodone Controlled Release, a generic for Oxycontin, so this is a VERY potent narcotic pain medication. The normal dosing is one tablet every 12 hours, but you should follow the instructions of your doctor or pharmacist. Side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: Who told you that is was 5mgs of Morphine? ## Dont give false info abg 60 is morphine 60mg cr ## Unkewl is right, ABG 60 is in fact Morphine 60 mg. Check out this related discussion thread: Orange Pill Abg And 60... Is This Morphine Or Oxy ## That is correct, wow, my sincerest apologies, that was my error. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, Jun 01 '11, 9:05 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 203879
Cant find a doctor to perscribe xanax?
Ive been looking for a doctor to give me xanax for my anxiety. My main doctor said I have to go to a psychiatrist to get it. Why can every other doctor in the united states give it out but the ones where I live wont> ## No, that is something that is changing for everyone, for those with chronic pain, as well as those that require some type of psychiatric medication. General practitioners and surgeons will only be allowed to prescribe such medications for a short period of time, such as when someone has had surgery, or been in an accident. For long-term treatment, people will not have to see specialists. There has been a lot of concern about people possibly not being correctly diagnosed, overly medicated and etc. so the FDA and DEA are cracking down to get better control of the probl... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Xanax.
Sun, Jan 06 '13, 5:20 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 240881
Renexa
This drug just received FDA approval; for patients with angina. What do you have or is it too early ## Well, if you are asking if we are selling drugs here, no, this site does not. We are just an informational site ONLY. As to this drug, I cannot find any information on it yet, sorry. ## I started taking Renexa in Oct 2007 for unstable angina. The MD said it would take about a week before I started feeling better. Actually it was about 4 days a I noticed a decrease in episods. By the time I had been on it for a Month I stopped having symtoms. Unforunately I started having problems again in Jan. and they doubled the dose and my B/P bottomed out. Now they have taken it away altogether. ## Hi everyone, The correct spelling of this med which everyone is looking for is: Ranexa. The active in... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ranexa.
Fri, Jun 04 '10, 1:46 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 176464
I Want 20 Mg Opana Ir
i am on methadone 5mg twice a day for long term pain. i am on 10 mg oxycodone four times a day for breakthrough pain. i hate methadone, but its a long story having to do with a stint at a clinic. i couldnt tell my doctor that. i have been taking 10 mg opana ir and they work well, i just have built a tolerance to it. i think the 20 mg twice a day along with two 15mg oxycodone for breakthrough should do me well. i cant take the opana er because they make me sick, do you guys think that what i want is a good enough substitute? any comments and suggestions would be helpful. thanks ## Was on both meds- got off both. Use Lyrica, elavil, muscle relaxant, and topic capasain for chronic pain/RSD. Have spinal cord stimulate. My life is a million times better without methadone(killed my teeth/ I u... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Tue, Dec 04 '12, 9:39 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 231972
Mirtazapine causing anxiety/agitation?
I have been taking 15mg of Mirtazapine for three weeks. This was prescribed after suffering from insomnia and anxiety, with moderate to severe depression, for three months following complete withdrawal from the SSRI Citalopram (which I did very gradually, over three before this months as I thought I was stable enough to stand on my own two feet). My sleep improved immediately and I started to have some better days over the first two weeks. I know recovery should take time, and that the Mirtazapine takes at least 4 weeks to show its beneficial effects. On that basis, by the end of the second week I was feeling in a pretty good frame of mind and quite optimistic that I had finally turned a corner out of my anxiety. This third week has been a real disappointment though. My anxiety has got ... ...
Updated 14 days ago in Mirtazapine.
Fri, Aug 08 '14, 9:36 AM   7  Subscribe to thread 243571
side affects in kids
my grandson is taking adarol,he is having trits of the mouth and body movements,also has became depressed is this commom? ## Depression is a more serious side effect while taking Anadrol. I would contact the physician that prescribed your son anadrol. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questios or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## Crystal, I think the original post is talking about the medication Adderall - this is commonly prescribed to children for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or narcolepsy, whereas Anadrol is actually a steroid. More details about Adderall, including side effects with children can be seen at: Please post back to confirm if this is the correct medication which you are speaking of... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Anadrol.
Wed, Mar 04 '09, 9:32 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 188191

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