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Oxycodone shortage Jacksonville FL
I'm hoping this link works, it not please go to DEA/Florida/2012 in your search. The reason we are having such a hard time with getting scripts filled is that once again, one of the Walgreen's Dist Centers is back under investigation for overselling and 6 of the major Walgreens Pharms are also. I spoke to my pharmacist the other day and most of the Walgreen's in Jax FL are backing off of the orders for awhile due to this new investigation by DEA, drivers are being stalked and harassed, Pharmacy personal are also being threatened. It is a very sad situation for the people who really need this medication. And it is not only the oxy's, it is all pain med's. They are just not being supplied properly period. consumerist.com/2012/04/dea-searches-six-florida-walgreens-pharm... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, May 22 '13, 8:05 AM   7  Subscribe to thread 231228
presciptions filled
i live in eastern ky and i have a prescition for 15s and 30s from G.A. what pharmacy will fill them pls help been to 1000 can be in tennessee or kentucky eastern if possiable i will drive if they will fill it ## What is the prescription for, Oxycodone? If so, this is a narcotic and they are controlled substances, so if you have just been calling around to various pharmacies to ask if they carry it, you are not likely to get a correct answer. The reason for this is that if someone just calls in, they have no way of knowing if you are a legitimate customer with a need, or if the voice on the other end of the phone is a potential thief. Thus, many pharmacies will just tell anyone that calls that they do not carry them. The only way to get a real, legitimate answer is to actually go in to a... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Sep 04 '11, 1:30 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 219725
Small Round White Pill M on one side, A 25 on the other
I've searched everywhere and cannot find out what this is. Please help. ## So, the marking is M A25? If so, then I haven't been able to find a listing for this yet, either. Where was it found? That may help me to narrow it down. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? There is a possibility that it's something that's available over the counter. Learn more OTC drug details here. ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Sun, Sep 23 '12, 3:35 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 235818
watson 3202 white pill
Can I take this while taking celexa ## Hi Jeff, From what I've read, taking either of these two medications together can increase your risk of certain adverse effects. Anything from mental impairment and difficulty staying focused, to experiencing sudden dizziness or drowsiness. I don't know how often these types of interactions occur in the percentage of people that do use them together... or at what dosage it becomes severe, but I wouldn't suggest taking any chances without speaking to your doctor first. Perhaps he can make a more informed decision after going over your medical records. I hope this advice helps! ...
Updated 8 months ago in Celexa.
Thu, Jan 30 '14, 11:44 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 259440
white pill g1719
small white pill with G1719 ## Pill g1719??? ## I believe the marking was actually G 3719, it is very difficult to see on this tablet. It contains 0.25mgs of Alprazolam, the active ingredient in Xanax, which is a Benzodiazepine that's most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. Learn more Xanax details here. Thus, it does have the potential to be habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, drowsiness, headache and irritability. Are there any questions or comments? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Alprazolam.
Wed, Mar 20 '13, 11:05 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 181902
alivia-med arthitis
i am trying to grt this peoduct. ## Hi Santos, Sorry but did you mean to say "Aleve"? I haven't been able to locate any information on a medication by the name of Alivia. Aleve however, is an OTC drug containing the active ingredient Naproxen. This is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory med commonly used for minor aches and pains (including arthritis). There's also a prescription medication called "Ralivia" (Tramadol) that's prescribed for more moderate to severe pain. Do either of these names sound like they could be a match? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Aleve.
Tue, Aug 05 '14, 9:23 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 270093
Are The Pharmacies Ripping Me Off
When I grt my script filled (60 opana 30 mg) I am told they only have 20 and if I decide to take them I will not be able to get the rest when the order comes in. ## I have been told the same thing by 2 different pharmacies, It is a federal law that the pharmacie only fill a narcotic prescription once, even if it means being short on your script. The pharmacie will contact your dr and let them know that you are short and your dr will write another script. I know you can find pharmacies that will bend the rules and fill it twice to get you the correct amount. Or you can just go to a different pharmacie that has all 60. Hope this helps ## I believe you have 3days to get the rest of whatever they short you. Check with pharmacy. Supervisor or manager first ## What it really comes down to is ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
Wed, May 02 '12, 8:42 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 213700
bupap
I was given this to help with headaches but am also on tramadol and skelaxin so I dont really know if it helped or not. Has anyone else been prescribed it for this reason, what kind of affects did it have? ## yes i was given this for my migraines and it helped tons. the skelaxin and tramedol didnt really help at all. i need to find a dr here that will prescribe them again for me as i moved from one state to another. side affects, sleepy but not to the point of nodding off in my plate lol. did get rid of my headache and helped me sleep. now if you know of a dr in texas that will see me cheap as i have no ins. then youll be a life saver. thanks ## Yes I have been on this medicine for about 5 years now bc nothing else has ever worked besides this medicine besides Staydol nasal spray. But I... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Bupap.
Mon, Aug 26 '13, 3:02 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 184363
Bupropion 150mg Sr Tab Side Effects
IMy doctor switch from 75 mg of ic bupropion hcl to 150mg of ic bupropion sr I dont want to gain weight.People tell me wich is better. ## The only difference here is the dosage and the fact that the new one he prescribed for you is a sustained release tablet, which means you take one tablet a day and it is slowly released, rather than releasing all of the medication at once. The side effects, however, remain the same: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and headache. If you weren't gaining weight on it, then there isn't much chance that the new dosage is going to have that effect on you, either. Are there any comments or questions? ## I WOULD LIKE THE SIDR AFFECTS OF BUPROPION 150MGSR TAB WATTS ...
Updated 3 years ago in Bupropion.
Sun, Aug 07 '11, 10:34 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 213020
chlolestyramine
Assuming recommended dosage of Sandoz chlolestyramine powder is once a day, when is the best time to take it ? At bedtime ? An hour after breakfast ? An hour after evening dinner meal ? It is my understanding the powder should not be taken too soon after a meal.and/or before a meal. ## The prescribing information for this drug states that you can take it "1-6 times daily". Quoted below are the dosing, administration, & preparation guidelines from the manufacturer: "The suggested time of administration IS AT MEALTIME but may be modified to avoid interference with absorption of other medications. Although the recommended dosing schedule is twice daily, Cholestyramine for Oral Suspension USP powder may be administered in 1 to 6 doses per day. Cholestyramine for Oral Suspens... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cholestyramine.
Wed, May 22 '13, 2:29 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 247178
Insurance won't cover daliresp
My Dr. gave me three months suppy of samples.The medication worked great.But now medicaid won't cover it.I have been off of it for 3 months now and am having one attack after another.I go back to Dr. on the dec.27 hope he has more samples.When i went to my Dr. after taking daliresp he said it was the best my lungs have sound in a long time.Any suggestions would be appreciated. ## I am sorry, but I really don't have any advice to give you. The only thing you can really do in this situation is see if your doctor can keep getting the samples for you. There are some assistance programs, but they are only for people that do not have any prescription insurance coverage, at all. Have you tried checking with your insurance company to see why they won't cover it? Some of them have ce... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Daliresp.
Wed, Dec 21 '11, 1:00 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 225777
Is it alright to take this RX along with a Diphenh
I have prescription for the Metanx, nerve regeneration. Any possible side effects of Diphenhydramine 25 mg HCI; supposedlyit blocks communication between nerve cells. ## Side effects of Diphenhydramine include: Profound drowsiness, along with the possibilities of motor impairment, dry mouth and throat, flushed skin, rapid or irregular heartbeat, blurred vision at nearpoint owing to lack of accommodation, abnormal sensitivity to bright light, pupil dilation, and urinary retention. Please note that this is not a complete list of side effects; however you can view more information about Diphenhydramine, as well as the full list of side effects by visiting the link below... As far as its coherence with Metanx, I would urge you to consult your doctor just to be safe. If you have any more que... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Metanx.
Sun, Aug 30 '09, 3:30 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 195509
liprosil
Is a dry cough one of the side effect from Liprosil. ## I started taking 20mg a day 7 days ago and haven't seen much of a change in my BP. I take it at night, I have had no side effects, just wondering how long it takes to kick in. I take my BP every morning and every night and it still runs pretty high. thanks ## Lisinopril is used to help lower high-blood pressure. Most medications can take several weeks to a month to reach their full effect in the body. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dizziness. You can read more here: Did you have any other questions? ## Yes, there can be a cough associated with this product. At least, that is what my doctor told me ## just been taken off liprosil beacuse of the coughing fits it gives me and changed to another,.... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Lisinopril.
Mon, Mar 14 '11, 2:17 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 189723
Looking for patients being treated for kidney or liver cancer
Are you being treated for liver cancer or kidney cancer? Are you currently taking Nexavar? If so, we would like to talk to you. Human Care Systems, a Boston-based company is looking to understand the experience of patients currently using this drug. We are currently conducting 1 hour paid and confidential phone interviews that will focus on participants' experiences being prescribed and using Nexavar. Patients of any age, race, gender and location are encouraged to reach out. Participants will be compensated $50 for a 1-hour phone interview. If interested, please send us an email with the following information: • Your name and phone number • When you were diagnosed, and the specific name of your illness • How long you have been t... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Nexavar.
Sat, Jul 05 '14, 4:32 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 237902
losartan and neobloc together
Hi, are losartan and neobloc compatible to treat hypertension? Thanks. ## Hello, Maria! How are you? Yes, such medications are often prescribed together to treat high blood pressure, or that which has proven to be resistant to treatment with just one medication. However, they can both increase potassium, so your doctor should be checking your levels regularly via blood work. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, dry cough and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you very much. Your answer is very much appreciated.... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Losartan.
Tue, Sep 23 '14, 11:50 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 273756
 Milrinone Lactose In 5% Dextrose Milrinone Lactate
Milrinone, commonly known and marketed under the brand name Primacor, is a medication used in patients who have heart failure. Milrinone is a phosphodiesterase 3 inhibitor that works to increase the heart's contractility. Milrinone also works to vasodilate which helps alleviate increased pressures (afterload) on the heart, thus improving its pumping action. Milrinone has been used in people with heart failure for many years. However, in recent studies the drug has been shown to exhibit some n...
real percocets
i always thought the 512 percocets were real percocets not generic but found out they were generic. what do real percocets look like and is there any difference between the real percocets and the generics? ## Dr. prescribed Percocet, Pharm gave me generic Oxycod/apap 5-325. They do not work, I think drug store might have gave me wrong pills. They are large, round,one side says 512 the other side is scored. Have I got the right med? ## i have a pill that is thought to be a percocet. I would like to verify this before taking. The pill is small, the same size as a 10mg valium. It is yellow with 445 on one side, on the other it is scored and says eth. Please let me know what kind of pill this is. Thank-you. ## ETH445 is not Percocet, it does not contain Acetaminophen, this pill only contain... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Percocet.
Wed, Mar 02 '11, 1:07 AM   12  Subscribe to thread 180546
Ropinerole Side Effect
I am taking Ropinerole for periodic limb movement disorder. This is the fourth medication that I have tried. I have tried Mirapex with not much effect, Gabapentin with not much effect, Levodopa with the side effect of dyskinesia but not much effect. I was hoping that medication #4 would finally be the one! I took Ropinerole for about 4 or 5 days, when I noticed that I was swallowing every 10 - 15 seconds because of excessive salivation. This excessive salivation kept me awake all night swallowing. I take other medication that have the side effect of dry mouth, so I was surprised with this opposite effect. My question is, Is the side effect of excessive salivation one that disappears with time, or is this something that I get used to, or is it something that I have to live with? ## Hi et... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Mirapex.
Wed, Jul 31 '13, 8:29 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 249074
round tablet 426 underline 27 on one side white
Round tablet blank one side. Other side has the number 426 on the top half, a line, and 27 on the bottom side. ## i found a round white pill thats blank on one side and on other side it has 426 with a line and under that line theres the # 27. what is this pill? ## This is an over the counter product that contains 325mgs of Acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Learn more: Are there any comments or questions? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Fri, Feb 25 '11, 2:44 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 210282
show images of 40mg oxycodone595
show pictures of generic40mg oxycodone595m ## I don't have an image to post for you, but I can tell you that this pill should be yellow and round, with an M in a box on one side and the 595 on the other. It contains 40mgs of Oxycodone, this is an older tablet that has been discontinue, because it was a time released generic for Oxycontin and the FDA stopped generics of it from being made to prevent so many being on the market and stem the trend of abuse and diversion. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Dec 21 '10, 8:17 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 212106

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