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was on amox clv for cat bite and now have itching and burning in pee and poop area
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I was on anti biotic for cat bite and now I have itching and burning around the rectum and pee hole. Can I use premarin crème down there? Or can triamcinolone crème be used. also I applied the premarin there and now I don't have to wear pads for incontinence for a few days. Is that good? I don't have to urinate as often. Did do something wrong by trying this or have I just found a CURE for bladder incontinence. Any advice or info would be so appreciated. Thank you ## Hello, Dotty! How are you? It sound like you've developed a yeast infection from the antibiotic and will most likely need an antifungal medication to clear it up. Some are available over the counter, but please check with your doctor to make sure it is safe for you to take. And please, do not apply any... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Premarin.
Tue, Aug 26 '14, 3:16 PM
Strongest Hydrocodone
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I just got prescribed hydrocodone-acetaminophn 10-325 I have never felt like this b4 takin them, they make me sick and I can barely walk keep my eyes open stop throwing up or atleast have the sensation to throw up... I'm shaking and itchy everywhere is this a stronger form Perhaps idk what it is but I'm in pain and really do not want to take them someone of u can please inform me of the highest dosage an lowest so I can see if maybe they can just lower the dosage or what not-- thank you ## The ones you are taking do have the strongest dose of Hydrocodone in them, at 10mgs, but there are lower dosages available. There is one with 7.5mgs and one with just 5mgs. Have you contacted your doctor about this, yet? ## You may want to break them and only take half until you can discuss it... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, May 18 '12, 11:03 PM
Oxycodone in patch form?
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Pain relief needed. Do they make a oxycodone patch, or something similar besides fentanyl? I used fentanyl for about 5 years. They made the patch sites itch and left welts and even though I was given meds to help when I stopped using them I was still pretty sick for a couple weeks. ## Unfortunately, no. However, there is a time released oral formulation of Oxycodone that lasts for 12 hours, it is available under the brand name Oxycodone, there are also other time released medications available, such as the Butrans patch, and Zohydro. The FDA warns that they carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Your doctor should be able to help you figure out which would be safest for you to try. Are you on an... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Apr 23 '17, 8:45 PM
betamox 500mg antibiotic can you drink alcohol after used
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can i drink alcohol while i'm on my 5 day course of betamox 500mg ## Hello, Thabo! How are you? It is generally advised that you not drink alcohol while taking any prescription medication. It can cause severe worsening of the side effects, so you may experience a lot more nausea, dizziness and drowsiness than usual, as listed by the FDA. However, if your doctor okays it for you to have a couple drinks, then please make sure that you will not be driving or operating any dangerous machinery. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have tonsils can I take betamox ## Hi. I have been having a great deal of trouble with my eyes..the left side in particular..almost always red..reduced vision..itchy..feels as if rocks from mars are in them.. I have tried many different medicines which ... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Eye Drops.
Sun, Nov 27 '16, 10:37 AM
Hydrocodone side effects
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I am recovering from surgery and I have found that the little solid white hydrocodone 5/325's make my skin itch and burn horribly and also make me feel wired like I had 5 pots of coffee. The brands with the little red or blue specks, as well as the ones with the peach color (Norco I believe) do not have any of these side effects for me. The pharmacist doesn't believe me because she says it's all the same drug but there is a DRASTIC difference for me. Has anyone else experienced this and if so, what is the cause? ## Hello, Jill! How are you? There can be slight fluctuations in the amount of the active ingredients from one generic to another. They are allowed to differ from the name brand by as much as plus or minus 20% of the active ingredients. For most people, since these d... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, Apr 16 '15, 4:57 AM
facial rashes and what to do
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I use a new marry Kay night serum now one side. of my face is all red and wellped up. it stings like it's on fire and is itchy and sensitive to touch. benadryl and hydrocortisone cream aren't. working if you have any suggestions I would realty appreciate it. ## Hi Brenda, Is the marry kay night serum what caused the skin irritation to begin with, or is it something you've just been trying to treat for a while now? If the marry kay serum is what caused it, then it only makes sense to consider switching to another brand with either less ingredients or with different more natural ingredients all-together. As far as treating the skin irritations, I'd suggest lavender essential oil. It works really well for that burning sensation you mentioned, as well as for any inflammation... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Benadryl.
Thu, Aug 30 '12, 12:51 AM
does subutex have sulfa in it
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I have been on suboxone for around 2 months in the beginning it made me very sick for a week and now all of a sudden I am getting flushed on my neck and chest my skin itches and feels like it's on fire and my cheeks and hands swell it subsides slightly by the next morning but comes back in full effect after I take it again, my Dr says it's probably not a reaction to suboxone but I can't see it being anything else. I'm allergic to sulfa as well. Can anyone help ## Yes, Suboxone can make you very sick. Doctors don't know what they are taking about half the time. I was started on Suboxone and was on it for.several months. I was always nauseated and I could not digest any solid food. I lived on jarred baby food and nutrition drinks for nine months. All the time I kept as... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Subutex.
Wed, Oct 29 '14, 12:56 AM
can hydrocodone cause hives
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I been having hives on and off for the past two months. I just don't know the cause of it. I had taken all types of allergy pills and nothing helps. The only ones that had worked for me are the prednisone, but my doctor can't prescribed me that as a medication. He had only given me two refills of 5 pills and I only save them for when I get the hives really bad, like when I get them on my eyes and lips or on my hands, that makes me go crazy. They hurt so bad and itch when they keep getting bigger. What else can I take that will help the swollen and itchy redness go away? ## Hello, Nylah! How are you? That does sound like you could be experiencing an allergic reaction to something, and yes, it is possible that it could be the Hydrocodone, according to the FDA. Rather than trying t... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Nov 19 '16, 6:33 PM
qualitest oxycodone efficacy
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My pharm just switched to the Rhodes 10/325 and I might as well be taking aspirin, except it makes me itch so bad and causes headaches and the sweats. I love the quailtest or the endo. I am calling my pharm in the morning to complain and see if they will be getting something else in. If not I'll be calling local pharms to find something else. I hate these. ## I agree 100 percent. I fill 120 10-325 oxycodone every two weeks for two years and qualitest is the brand that works best for me. My cvs changed it to Rhodes a month or so ago and it was a waste of my script. Didn't work and I felt withdrawals! I refuse anything except qualitest or actavis. ## Sorry to hear about your experiences with these ineffective tablets causing side effects. Every manufacturer seems to be a hit or mi... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Dec 20 '16, 8:03 PM
is it ok to use clobetasol on dogs
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My dogs have had bad itchy red spots with hair loss. They have been going crazy. After all I tried I put some clobetasol on my dogs and everything has gone away after all. Is it safe for them if used properly. ## Hi Junebug, Glad to hear that your dogs are doing better. From what I've researched online, veterinarians do commonly prescribe clobetasol to dogs. So my opinion is that they should be fine. However I'd probably be a little reluctant to administer it myself until receiving specific dosing instructions directly from a vet, who can ideally make the most informed decision when it comes to various treatment options that are available (some perhaps safer than others in terms of possible side effects). Hope this helps! ## HOW MUCH DO YOU PUT ON THEM AT A TIMEOF THE CLOBETASOL... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Clobetasol.
Sat, Jan 28 '17, 2:38 PM
Reducing Losartan 100 mg dosage
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Hi, I am a male 64 years old and have been on Losartan 100mg for around three years. I have put on weight, have horrible backache, tiredness, itchy skin, and other symptoms. I bike 15 kms a day and have been on a diet eating one main meal a day with cereal at lunch time. I've recently started taking 50 mg at 9am then the other 50 mgs at 9 pm. I check my blood pressure three times a day, and it is usually between 130/72 with a pulse of 99. Not usually above or below this range. My question is, can i reduce to 50 mgs a day as my bp is stable to reduce the side effects? Or is there another tablet that doesn't make me put on weight? Ive read Benicar is similar drug with no weight increase, or Dirovan? Thank you. ...
Updated 3 days ago in Losartan.
Fri, May 26 '17, 4:46 AM
Welchol powder made my throat close could not breath Made my throat really itchy and then could not breath What a scary dat that was Still not
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Re action Welchol powder. Throat came itchy and closed. Could not breath, what a scary day that was. What a awaking. I don't know what made me breath again. ## Did you seek medical attention? Did you make sure to mix it according to the instructions? Learn more WelChol details here. If you took it properly, then that could have been an allergic reaction and your doctor should be informed. ## I mixed it with a lot of water and lemonade(16oz), because it was so sweet the 1st 3 times I tried. Should have known then something was wrong. My throat was so itchy and kept coughing most of the day. Thought it was from the VOG in Hawaii. I had trouble taking the pills also, wanted to vomit and started to lose feeling in my right foot. Just didn't connect. ## I also had a bad reaction the ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in WelChol.
Wed, Oct 28 '15, 1:33 PM
Skipping a dose of Viibyrd! Don't do it!
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Don't skip or miss a dose. I ran low and skipped a day and then cut a 40 mg tablet in 1/2. Did this with Prozac from time to time or missed a dose, never any issues. Additionally, I had a bad cold and added cold medicine, another big no no. I experienced night dreams, night paralysis, feeling of not being able to breath at night upon waking, terribly itch skin all over, coma feeling upon waking, confusion, loss of direction and extreme agitation. I took one 40 mg pill last night, all of the aforementioned symptoms subsided. I had to make several apologies at work today for my agitation just yesterday. My temperament returned to before, which was much improved on Viibyrd over Prozac. Good med, bad med, I am not sure. But with such improvement just getting my dosage back to where my d... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Viibryd.
Fri, Feb 07 '14, 2:37 PM
Hydrocodone and Oxycodone Warnings
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Any of these drugs can make you itch depending on how used to them and how much you take. If you are young, do everything you can to stay away from these drugs, and if you're using them for recreation I beg you to stop. Now that I've said all that, some people need to have them. Even young people ... but they can be as dangerous as they are helpful if you are not very careful to come off them as soon as possible. I am 49 years old. I broke my back when I was 28 years old, and I started taking them. I've had surgeries and I've come off the pills for years at a time, but from the time of my first back surgery my spine developed little holes and massive calcium deposits (scar tissue) so that the bones became brittle and the nerves more and more impinged. After the third bac... ...
Updated 28 days ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, May 01 '17, 7:47 PM
Effective substitute for hydrocodone
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I had my knee surgery yesterday and am on hydrocodone 10/325. It manages pain pretty well but it seems to make me itch. I plan to call the Dr, but would like to know an equivalent pain medicine that I may tolerate better for this? Not taking it or not taking it as often results in significant increase in pain. ## Hello, Kalisnick! How are you? Percocet might be an alternative that you can try. It contains Acetaminophen and Oxycodone. The FDA classifies this medication as 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. Do you have hives with the itching or are you just feeling itchy? If there are no hives, then it may be just a side effect that will eventually go away, as your... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Apr 01 '17, 8:06 AM
is tribedoce injection safe for children
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Hi I have a 13 year old brother and wanted to know if its safe to give him tribedoce injection and how much can he use? ## Hello, Carl! How are you? The FDA classifies Tribedoce as a nutritional supplement, it contains vitamins B1, B6 and B12. Its typical side effects are usually limited to administration site reactions, such as soreness, redness and itching. However, you shouldn't administer it to your brother, unless a doctor says it's necessary. While these are nutrients that are very important to the human body, too much of B12 can be just as dangerous as being deficient in it, so if he doesn't need it, it could make him ill. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you so much! I will talk to his doctor about it...:) ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Tue, May 12 '15, 2:51 PM
how does ilvitrim help me when hiv positive
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I tested HIV+ last year in December and since then i have been taking the Ilvitrim tablets but i am always having an itchy rash on my vagina. Is it due to the ilvirtrim or what, as i also suffer from lower abdominal pains? i did a consultation and did some scans and they told me there is nothing wrong. How dangerous is low blood pressure as i am anemic when HIV+? I also take multivitamins, B-tabs, iron and the folic acid along with the ilvitrim. ## Ilvitrim contains the active ingredients Sulfamethoxazole and Trimethoprim, it's commonly prescribed in many countries under the name Bactrim, it is an antibiotic, used to treat or prevent infection. Being HIV positive can make you much more prone to getting infections. As to the vaginal rash and itching, it may be due to a yeast infectio... ...
Updated 25 days ago in Folic Acids.
Thu, May 04 '17, 6:20 PM
does vari hydrocortisone treat skin rashes?
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i have recently developed a type of rash on my face its not as visible yet has an itchy sensation from time to time. I used vari hydrocortisone for two days now yet no change.. what can i do to get rid of this rash ## If there is no rash, then it is not a rash. And there are many things that may make your skin itch, you should consult your doctor for a proper diagnosis. Trying to treat it yourself by guessing at what medication may help could just make things much worse. Do you have a doctor that you see regularly? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocortisone.
Mon, Aug 12 '13, 11:52 AM
Subutex Doctor - East Coast - Help Me Find One Please!!!!
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I have been on Subutex for a year. My Doctor has retired, abruptly. I cannot find another physician willing to prescribe me Subutex (24 mg. daily) instead of Suboxone. I travel a lot w/ work. I would be grateful if anyone could tell me ANY Doctor anywhere on the East Coast that prescribes Subutex. Suboxone breaks me out in horrible itchy rashes and welts, makes breathing a little difficult and gives me blinding headaches- within ten to fifteen minutes of taking it. I am serious about recovery. Can someone help?! If you wish to email me you may ## If you need a doctor in south jersey to help you get off oxy's and put you on subutex/suboxine - I prefer subutex because I got deathly ill on suboxine. The name of the place is addiction medicine. If you can't find the number post your... ...
Updated 17 days ago in Subutex.
Fri, May 12 '17, 8:28 AM
Red Pinpoint Dots on calves and top of feet and sides under skin
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Hi so glad I found this forum. I am a 64 yr old female who had a st judes mechanical heart valve put in 3 yrs ago. My blood is check every 3 weekx by my csrdiologist. My range was perfect from 1.5 tp 2.5 whenever tested. Then about 1 month ago my inr was 4.8 so my doctor changed my doage of coumadin. The problem i have devloped a red pinpoint rash on my leg calves and the top ov my feet and sides of feet. Thr rash is below the skin snd not itchy or painfful. my skin is dry and peeling also. My doctof said to go to s dermatologist after he looked at it. I had been working stsnding on my feet for 4 hours st a time when it first started. I did not want to put any cream on it brcause I do not want it to get worse. Shower wster makes it redder. Has any one had the same reaction on warfsrin. ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Warfarin.
Mon, Feb 23 '15, 7:42 PM

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