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What would be a logical change in meds for my pain?
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I have reverse swan neck and it has caused 3 herniated discs in my neck. I currently take 3 10 mg percocets daily and 2 20 mg opana ER's. I'm not really getting the relief I'd like. What would be a logical upgrade in my meds? ## Although I don't have personal experience with these types of medications, I thought I'd still go ahead and post a list of other possible options for you. Some types of opioid drugs include: codeine (only available in generic form) fentanyl (Actiq, Duragesic, Fentora) hydrocodone (Lorcet, Lortab, Norco, Vicodin) hydromorphone (Dilaudid, Exalgo) meperidine (Demerol) methadone (Dolophine, Methadose) morphine (Avinza, Kadian, MS Contin, Ora-Morph SR) oxycodone (OxyContin, Oxyfast, Percocet, Roxicodone) I think there's some speculation as to ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Wed, May 29 '13, 10:55 PM
Help I have no insurance is there a program to hel
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Duragesic [atch help with cost ## Duragesic Patch Help. I have no insurance and have found programs for most of my other meds either free or for a small cost. Does any one know of a program to helpwith the cost of the patches. Thanks in advance for any herp/ Desperate. ## I am not sure if they have a program or not, to find out you need to contact the manufacturer of the name brand version and they will be able to let you know. ## talk to doctor about methadone it's very cheap and the patch(fentanyl) is in the codeine family ## Johnson & Johnson (manufacturers of Fentanyl duragesic patches) have a patient assistance program. Contact them, they will send you card for free patches with prescription from your dr ## is there any help i can get to pay for oxycontin my husband is 68 a... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Duragesic.
Tue, Jun 08 '10, 4:37 PM
discovery pill name/properties of unknown pill
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Small round white pill. Hs letter m ingeained on other side has number 15, fells woozy, dreamy, equilibrium off ## Hi robin, I did find one possible match to this pill you are describing, however I cannot locate a photo of it for verification that the M and 15 are on separate sides. The pill with this imprint is identified as Northyx 15 mg; used to treat hyperthyroidism. This medication does have side effects like that which you described, so it could potentially be a match. For verification, the manufacturer of this pill is Centrix Pharmaceutical Inc and the National Drug Code (NDC) for this pill is: 11528-0320 I hope this helps! Please post back if you have any additional information to add. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Thyroid.
Tue, Jun 26 '12, 12:56 PM
white round pill with hc 02 imprinted on one side
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SWIM found a small white pill with HC 02 imprinted on it, what pill is this? ## Hi Brandon, I located a small white round pill marked "ZC 02", if that's what you may have meant to say? The pill happens to be scored in 4 quarters, with each letter/number in a corner; and the other side is blank. This particular pill is identified as Promethazine hydrochloride (25 mg); which is used medically as an antihistamine antiemetic and to treat nausea/vomiting, sedation, vertigo, motion sickness, allergic reactions, and more. Manufacturer: Zydus Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 68382-0041 You can learn more about this drug on the page for Promethazine Details I hope this helps! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Promethazine.
Sun, Jul 14 '13, 9:48 PM
oblong pink pill with backwards G 500 on one side
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I have a pill here that is pinkish and is stamped with a black label that looks like a backwards G 500 on one side. No other marks. What is it? My friend said she takes them to go to sleep. ## Hi Khrystyna, Unfortunately I haven't come across a pill with that exact imprint. The closest match I can find is Ranexa (500 mg) which is used in the treatment of Angina. It belongs to the drug class "antianginal agents". Common side effects can include: Dizziness, headache, constipation, and nausea. It is a light orange oval pill (appears light pink) with the imprint GSI500 on one side and nothing on the back. Manufacturer: Gilead Sciences National Drug Code (NDC): 61958-1003 Has anyone else seen a pill similar to the one Khrystyna has described? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Ranexa.
Tue, Jul 30 '13, 1:31 AM
new on subutex, day 3 now and side effects quite bad
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Hi all, I am on the subutex programme for a tram and codeine addiction that got way outta control. This is day 3 of the programme and things aint goin too well on the side effects front. I am itching like a flea ridden cat when trying to sleep, pharmacist says it will calm down in a few days, I wanted to hear from experienced patients only on this as to whether its true? (very akin to the tramadol itches) Also the main problem is that me and my partner are trying for a baby and I cant climax which is a major problem? pharmacist looked it up in the list of side effects and there was nothing listed. Have any of the male patients experienced this and if so does that sort itself out too? On the plus side, I am almost 4 days clean (if you dont count the meds) just need to sort these side eff... ...
Updated 29 days ago in Subutex.
Wed, Nov 19 '14, 1:18 AM
List Pain Management Clinics In Houston Tx And La
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need to find a Doctor that will prescibe oxycodone / I recently got an MRI but can not afford the surgery right now / have been precribed Norco but after 6 years I have built a tolerance and they are no longer effective ## Hi Silver, In regards to finding a local pain doctor, I have listed below a couple websites specific to locating pain management doctors in a given area. All you have to do is input your city or zip code for narrowed results: {link removed because site no longer exists} You can give this other page a try too if you come up with different results for some reason or another: Many of the results you find (in one or both of the links above) also list a phone number for that specific doctor; I'd consider calling up a num... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Mar 26 '12, 11:41 AM
Looking for Actavis Generic Cough Syrup in SoCal
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How can I locate pharmacies in the Los Angeles, Southern California area that carries Phenergan (Promethazine) with Codeine Cough Syrup manufactured by Actavis? ## There is really no way of knowing which pharmacy is going to have any particular manufacturer's product in stock, because when it comes to generics, it can vary, depending on what company was offering the cheapest price, when they had to restock their supply. The only thing I can really suggest is going to the pharmacies and asking them. Since this contains Codeine, you'll likely not get an accurate answer, if you just call and ask. Due to the risk of theft, many of them will just tell anyone that calls that they do not carry controlled substances. They have no way of knowing if the person on the phone is actually a l... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Phenergan.
Sun, Jun 12 '11, 10:59 AM
is a yellow norco the same as the peach pill v 36 052
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Is the peach oval pill with 36 52 on it the same strength as a yellow watson norco? ## The orange tablet with the V 3605 marking contains 7.5mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, but the yellow name brand Norco tablet contains 10mgs of the Hydrocodone. This medication is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, constipation and dizziness. Learn more Norco details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hi scorpio530, I've identified pill ID "V 36 05" as Acetaminophen (325 mg) + Hydrocodone (7.5 mg). It is an oval peach pill like you described, and is manufactured by Qualitest pharmaceuticals. National Drug Code (NDC): 00603-3891 I've also identified a yellow oval... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norco.
Wed, Jun 26 '13, 1:14 PM
what is sronger tylex cd or norco are they the same
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Im taking Norco and I wanted to know if Tylex cd is the same ## Hello, Carrie! How are you doing? No, they aren't the same. Tylex-CD contains the active ingredients Acetaminophen and Codeine. Learn more Acetaminophen details here. Learn more Codeine details here. And Norco contains the active ingredients Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone. Learn more Norco details here. Both are narcotic analgesics, which have the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. However, Hydrocodone is much stronger than Codeine, to give you an idea of the difference, for each 5mgs of Hydrocodone you take, you'd have to take 33.33mgs of Codeine to be equivalent in pain relief. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norco.
Wed, Oct 30 '13, 12:48 PM
Whats The Difference Between 512s And Percoset 5
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What's the difference 512s and percoset 5 what's the difference ## Hi casdy, Based on the description provided, I found the white round pill marked "512" to be Acetaminophen + Oxycodone hydrochloride (325 mg - 5 mg); a generic version of what they call 'Percocet 5'. Manufacturer: Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 00406-0512 Inactive Ingredients: crospovidone microcrystalline cellulose povidone corn starch silicon dioxide stearic acid Learn More: Acetaminophen + Oxycodone Details I hope this info helps to answer your question! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Acetaminophen.
Sun, Dec 30 '12, 1:52 AM
Blue Oval Pill With 17 On One Side And An A The Other
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Thin oblong pale blue pill with a 1 and 7 imprinted on one side and an A on the other ## The blue oval pill in description is identified as Sertraline Hcl (50 mg) Manufacturer: Aurobindo Pharma National Drug Code (NDC): 65862-0012 Sertraline is an antidepressant primarily used to treat major depression, obsessive compulsive, panic, and social anxiety disorders. Learn More: Sertraline Details If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Sertraline.
Sun, Jan 20 '13, 2:21 PM
can b074 capsules help with methadone withdrawl
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Im detoxing of methadone at 40mg and got these 07 I was wondering if they he I was wondering if they help with detoxing ## From what I could gather, the pill imprint "B 074" is identified as Asprin 325mg + Butalbital 50mg + Caffeine 40mg + Codeine phosphate 30mg. Because this combination is used to treat certain symptoms that may be associated with withdrawal (such as headaches) and also happens to belong to the drug class of narcotic analgesics, the medications in it may prove to be helpful as you taper off. It is however important to know that each person can react differently to these medications, so I don't necessarily know how well it'll work. But I think it's fair to anticipate some level of relief from something like this, depending on how severe your symptoms... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Methadone.
Wed, Jul 31 '13, 10:28 PM
yellow pill with 2632 on one side and v on the other
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It has A big V on one side and 2632 on the other side, it is a medication that I am familiar with, so I want to know what it is and the side effects ## what is the pill that is round and yellow with a V on one side and the number 2632 on it . what is this pill??????????? ## It's a type code for a cetain manufacture. basicall 10mg flexirall musle relaxer ## It's a muscle relaxer. ## Yellow round pill, 2632 on one side and V on other side ...
Updated 3 months ago in Muscle Relaxer.
Fri, Sep 05 '14, 11:01 PM
peach round pill with 25 on one side and a the other
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What the hell is this! Anyone? Peach round pfizer one side adn 25 other.. ## Hello, The closest match I've been able to find is Inspra (25 mg). It is a diamond shaped, light yellow pill with the imprint Pfizer on one side and NSR 25 on the other. It is manufactured by Pfizer and has a National Drug Code of 00025-1710. Inspra contains the active ingredient Eplerenone, which is an aldosterone antagonist used as an adjunct in the management of chronic heart failure. It is similar to the diuretic spironolactone, though it is much more selective for the mineralocorticoid receptor in comparison (i.e., does not possess any antiandrogen, progestogen, or estrogenic effects), and is specifically marketed for reducing cardiovascular risk in patients following myocardial infarction. Common adve... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Inspra.
Thu, Oct 31 '13, 9:06 PM
round peach pill with e on one side and 10 the other
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found a small peach pill with a an E inmy daughter's pocket ## Hi pinkie, Based on your description, the round peach pill you found in your daughter's pocket is actually a 10mg Opana Er tablet; which is solely used for chronic pain patients. For your own verification, the manufacturer of this tablet is Endo Pharma, and it has a National Drug Code of 63481-0436. Who knows where or who she may have gotten it from, but finding this sort of narcotic in your daughter's pocket can be a pretty troubling experience in my opinion. I definitely think it would be worth your effort confronting her about it, but perhaps taking a more delicate approach in the matter, in case she needs to taper off without experience dangerous withdrawals. Is this your first time catching her with this typ... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Opana.
Thu, Jan 02 '14, 8:48 AM
Suboxone Doctors In Indiana Who Accept Medicaid
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need a doctor who prescibs suboxins i am on medicaid ## While I'm not aware of which doctors accept medicaid, I can provide you with links to help you locate specific pain management doctors within your local area. You'd inevitably have to ask the receptionist though if the doctor accepts medicaid or any other type of insurance that you might have. All you have to do is input your city or zip code for narrowed results: {link removed because site no longer exists} You can give this other page a try too if you come up with different results for some reason or another: I hope this helps! ## im 26 and dying from my drug addiction but only have indiana medicade and need help bad ## yes bad ## Hello, Are you still in need of information... ...
Updated 1 day ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Dec 17 '14, 12:02 PM
 Multi-Vit-Fluoride 1/2 Strength Chewable Tablets
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Round Orange Pill With G On One Side 50 on the other
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Iits a cicular orange pill with 50 on one side and g on the other when broken its white in the middle. ## Based on the description provided, I found your round orange pill to be Topiramate (50 mg). It is FDA approved for, and most frequently prescribed for, the prevention of migraines; but has a number of other uses as well. For verification: Manufacturer: Glenmark Generics Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 68462-0153 Learn More: Topiramate Details I hope this helps! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Topiramate.
Fri, Jul 27 '12, 10:20 AM
White Round Pill M 15 On One Side Nothing The Other
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Just found tiny white pill under my sons bed. It's blank one side & it says. I 2.5 Can you please tell me what this might be x ## Hi Cheryl, The round white pill you are describing, marked with "M 15" on one side and blank on the other, is identified as Atropine sulfate (0.025 mg) + diphenoxylate hydrochloride (2.5 mg); which is used in the treatment of diarrhea. Manufacturer: Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 00378-0415 Learn More: Atropine Details Diphenoxylate Details I hope this helps! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Atropine.
Sun, Oct 28 '12, 12:27 PM

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