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Effects Side Nexito Forte
my doctor has prescribed nexito forte,sizodon,becostar,lalithium xr and tr. pls let me know the side effects of these drugs and any alternative medicine in homeopathy available? ## Nexito forte contains the active ingredient Escitalopram. Side effects of this drug can be viewed in the link below: Sizodon contains the active ingredient Risperidone. Side effects of this drug can be viewed in the link below: Side effects of Lalithium (Lithium) can be viewed in the link below: I was however unable to locate any specific details on Becostar tablets... Regarding natural alternatives, the best thing I can sugge... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Escitalopram.
Wed, May 09 '12, 1:48 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 230427
unidentifiable pink pill
My husband found this pill in the medicine cabinet but has no idea what it is for. He is a heart patient and takes many different drugs, but this one may be generic. It just doesn't look familiar. It is a pink oval pill that appears to have a fancy "G'' followed by the numbers "101" Thank you! ## Hi Barbara, I believe I may have located a match to your pill; however, the "fancy G" is noted to be a capitol "E" with an italic slant to it; making it come off as possibly being a "G". The marking "E 101" on a pink oval pill is identified as Lisinopril (10 mg); which is used primarily in the treatment of high blood pressure. For your own verification, the National Drug Code (NDC) of this pill is: 00185-0101 Learn More: Lisinopril Details... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Lisinopril.
Sun, Jul 29 '12, 6:15 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 233363
Aricept drug interaction
Can Amytryptilene be used with Aricept? ## Hi Fiona, My findings state that there are in fact unsafe interactions between these two drugs. Quoted below are the precautions you should be aware of... Applies to: Amitriptyline & Aricept (donepezil) "GENERALLY AVOID: Due to opposing effects, agents that possess anticholinergic activity (e.g., sedating antihistamines; antispasmodics; neuroleptics; phenothiazines; skeletal muscle relaxants; tricyclic antidepressants; class IA antiarrhythmics especially disopyramide; carbamazepine; cimetidine; ranitidine) may negate the already small pharmacologic benefits of acetylcholinesterase inhibitors in the treatment of dementia. These agents may also adversely affect elderly patients in general. Clinically significant mental status changes asso... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Aricept.
Thu, Nov 29 '12, 4:57 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 239114
mefenamic acid ponstan sf
mechanism of action ## Ponstan SF is a product manufactured in the Philippines, that is classified under Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs). There is also a US version of this drug by the name of Ponstel, that seems to be similar in all aspects. To view more information regarding Ponstel and its uses, please follow the link below... The active ingredients in Ponstan SF/Ponstel are Meclofenamate, Mefenamic Acid. Mefenamic acid is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to treat pain, including menstrual pain. which you can take a look at by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ponstel.
Sun, Feb 28 '10, 12:59 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 186939
Updated 3 years ago in Diclofenac.
Sun, Sep 25 '11, 6:30 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 191425
olanex f used & side effects
my son is in psychotic disorder since last one yr he is given olanes 2.5 and nexito 10 last 3 months. dr now prescribed olanex f instead f those drugs. what will be the sideeffects f the later drugs and how far it will be better than former? ## Olanex-F actually combines the same types of medications he was already taking into one, so he only has to take one, rather than two. It contains Olanzapine, just like the Olanes along with Fluoxetine, which is similar to the Nexito. Learn more Olanzapine details here and you can find more Fluoxetine details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, sedation and weight changes. Is there anything else I can help with? ## my mother is a psychiatric patient since the age of 18 years. she has been on medications since then. presently she is p... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Olanzapine.
Tue, Jul 29 '14, 12:43 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 250072
60 mg pseudoephedrine hci
can i take that many mg? ## It depends on what you are using it for, and the safety would depend on other pre-existing medical conditions as well as other drugs you may be taking for any other conditions. Ask your pharmacist to check for any possible interactions and if you have questions, you could always consult with the prescriber. I am taking a cold medicine at the moment that contains 120 mg of psuedoephedrine, I take it every 4 hours and have had no adverse reactions. Hope this helps some. ## Need psedu, plz advise ...
Updated 2 years ago in Pseudoephedrine.
Sat, Oct 13 '12, 2:05 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 201028
Acknil 260 mg side effects
Acknil Q4h 260 mg route IV ## This medication is unavailable in the U.S. and I am sorry to say that other countries do not regulate their prescription drugs as strictly as the FDA does. That said, finding information on them is very difficult, since there are no databases which list them all, like there are for U.S. prescription drugs. The only thing I can suggest is that you try asking your doctor or pharmacist for more information. ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Sun, Oct 14 '07, 5:18 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 177394
Vobose .2 antidiabitic tab
I wish to have information about antidiabitic tab. vobose.2 its side effects and how it works for a diabitic person ,which way it is different from other antidiabitic drugs. ## I wish to have information about antidiabitic tab. vobose.2 its side effects and how it works for a diabitic person ,which way it is different from other antidiabitic drugs. ## how does the drug vobose 0.3 helps in diabetes and what are the side effects of this drug? ## Vobose (Voglibose) is an alpha-glucosidase inhibitor used for lowering post-prandial blood glucose levels in people with diabetes mellitus. Voglibose delays the absorption of glucose and thereby reduces the risk of macrovascular complications. Postprandial hyperglycemia (PPHG) is primarily due to first phase insulin secretion. Alpha glucosidase in... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Glucose.
Tue, Apr 24 '12, 8:48 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 222971
Yellow Scored Caplet T4 01
Scored yellow caplet with T 4 on one side and 01 on other side. My girfriend said her dog took thyroxine at one time. Wondering if this is a loose tab found in cabinet or GF on drugs ## I have the same pills, prescribed to my dog, for a thyroid issue. ## @Mojojax, Just wanted to note that I came across a similar scored pill marked with T4 50 as opposed to T4 01; and this pill was was identified as Levothroid (Levothyroxine) 50 mcg (0.05 mg); used in the treatment of under-active thyroid. Perhaps your pill is just 0.01mg in reference to the imprint. Learn More: Levothyroxine Details I hope this bit of info helps! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Levothroid.
Thu, Jan 31 '13, 5:35 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 233919
taken 160 mgrs of micardis
I took 80grs of micardis at 12h as prescribed and accidentally took 80 mgrs again at 24 h the same day.Could this be dangerous ? I also take several other blood pressure loweing drugs morning and evening. Thanks for your help anne wilson ## Hello, Anne! How are you? Did you experience any adverse effects? It could cause your blood pressure and heart rate to go dangerously low, especially coupled with your other medication. What others do you take? ...
Updated 20 days ago in Micardis.
Tue, Sep 30 '14, 4:20 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 266882
Gabantin 100 Side Effects
I M TAKING GABANTIN 100-100-300mg DAILY FOR PAIN IN THE THAI MUSCLES. WANT TO KNOW IF ANY SIDE EFFECTS ARE THERE, SHOUL I CONTIUE ? ## It is important to know that all prescription drugs pose the risk of side effects. Whether or not you should continue taking a medication is not for a stranger to say. You need to contact your doctor if you are having doubts about what he prescribed you. As far as side effects go: Gabapentin's (Gabantin) most common side effects in adult patients include dizziness, drowsiness, and peripheral edema (swelling of extremities); these mainly occur at higher doses, in the elderly. Side effects upon discontinuation of gabapentin that have been reported in medical literature include insomnia, restlessness, agitation, anxiety, disorientation, confusion, light... ...
Updated 6 days ago in Gabapentin.
Wed, Oct 15 '14, 5:12 AM   9  Subscribe to thread 220771
miprogen 200 side effects
How many days can I take miprogen 200 with tab duphaston 10mg (didrogesteron) becose two months before I suffered from a critical condition my LMP is 12-9-2013 I have problems by taking another hematinic and calcium drugs ...
Updated 9 months ago.
Tue, Jan 07 '14, 10:11 AM   0 
side effects of nucoxia mr
Same problem i am also facing. Those nowadays doctors must say are DACOITS. an with god bless they should go to hell. Each doctor precribe other and refer to other DACOITS. Though got MRI SCAN and C4, C5 and C6, there is mild. Though taking the drugs say nucoxia mr gets relief but second instance again the pain. Doctor prescribed for surgical operation with 2.5 lacs, which is too costly for me like middle class personnel. Any other remedy if anybody can prescibe as did PYSIOTHEREABY, but say it is total useless an if somebody say YES then like to meet. It is just wastage of time, money an pain remain the same. Though with them tried for 15 days but pain remain the same. Somebody pls help me as pain is severe at night an since 30 days i am not able to lie down and sleep like normal perso... ...
Updated 4 months ago.
Tue, Jun 17 '14, 10:34 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 254961
does ultram have L467 on it
i need to know what a little round peach pill with L467 on it is ## What is this pill. It is small round peach pill with L467. My sons coach gave him a bag of them. ## coach gave him a bag of them? Call your local police. Coaches are not permited to give drugs. DO NOT TAKE! ## L467 is aspirin ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ultram.
Thu, Dec 22 '11, 6:45 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 186291
medicne to start my period.
Hi, my name is joy and i need u 2 prescribe a medicine 2 start my period. Hv been having irregular menses bt dis yr 2014 is different. Since januaryhv not seen my menses and i hv never been pregnant before. Am 30yrs this year. I need u 2 plssss prescribe drugs 4 me 2 take so dat i can see my menses back. Have gone 2 d hospital 2 complain 2 a doc. Instead d doc fixed a corl 4 me dat i will start seeing my menses. After a month i asked him 2 remove it because i was scared. And nw i no longer. See my menses. And when i went back 2 complain he said hes going 2 re fix d corl 4 me bt am still scared. Plsssss i need u 2 prescribe drugs 4 me 2 take. Instead of fixin corl. Thanks. ## Hello! I am very sorry about the problem that you're having. However, I don't understand what the doctor ... ...
Updated 3 months ago.
Mon, Jun 30 '14, 10:24 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 266826
Cloraz Dipot Side Effects
Is this drug addictive? After 20 years of suffering anxiety and depression and taking several different meds for my symptoms, I have found no relief. My psychiatrist gave me a prescription for Cloraz depot but told me it could be addictive and I am wary of such drugs. I started just this week to take the cloraz depot every night (3.75 mg) and I feel great,relaxed;, clear headed and able to concentrate on my reading and other projects. Will this last? ## Hello, Based on my research, Clorazepate (Dipotassium) is in the class of medications called Benzodiazepines. Benzodiazepines do have a history of being addictive, so I would definitely take that into account. In time you might build up a tolerance to this medication and will need to up your dosage to experience the same effects. Learn M... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Clorazepate.
Tue, Jan 15 '13, 2:31 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 241290
Augmentin 825 and Tylenol
Last year I suffered a major toxicity to Tylenol and cannot take that drug. Last week I was prescribed augmentin 825. After six days on it, I am having so many symptoms that are similar to Tylenol toxicity. Are there any-active or nonmedicinal-ingredients common to both drugs? ## Hi Curious! If you are having the same symptoms as you did with the Tylenol, you really need to call your doctor right away. ## P.s. Augmentin is used to treat bacterial infections and I couldn't find that it contains Tylenol. Are you taking it with food? I would still call the doctor. ## @Curious, According to the US National Library of Medicine, liver toxicity (although infrequent), can occur in individuals taking Augmentin. Ref: Because the Acetaminophen in Tylenol also ex... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Augmentin.
Wed, Aug 20 '14, 2:04 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 271305
side effects of insomulex
Hi I want to no can I take insomulex with my blood pressure med. telmisartan 40mg but I take half of one because the 40mg is to strength for ## Hello, Vera! How are you? I'm sorry, but since the Insomulex is a homeopathic product, it has not been evaluated for interactions with actual prescription drugs. The best suggest I can make is to check with your doctor or pharmacist, they may know more about it from others that have taken it. I do know, however, the insomnia can cause blood pressure and cardiac issues, so it may be preferable for you to get it under control for the betterment of your overall health. What are your normal blood pressure levels? ...
Updated 27 days ago in Telmisartan.
Tue, Sep 23 '14, 3:12 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 273679
why byetta and not insulin
I am confused as to why doctors are pushing byetta when it can cause major problems with pancreas and also kidneys and maybe thyroid cancer (in mice) ? It seems to me I am better off using short term insulin and not dealing with all the other issues. ## Many doctors today are only pushing drugs that are covered by insurance companies and nothing else, and I think it is because this is how doctor's make their money. If you even mention to them an alternative that works just as well or better, it's as if you're speaking another language, since it doesn't put any more money in their pocket. There has been scientific evidence for a quite a while now, demonstrating how Diabetes type 2 is caused by an excess of fat in the bloodstream, which then causes unstable blood glucose l... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Byetta.
Sun, Dec 30 '12, 10:51 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 238175

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