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1971nervemed
was given a popular medication fo my nerves while pregnant ## Do you remember anything about it? If you don't it is going to be difficult to determine what it was, since it was that long ago and many medications have come and gone on the market, since then. Have you tried checking with the doctor or hospital you used back then? ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Thu, Dec 29 '11, 5:27 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 221100
Strocit 500 Mg
dr has provided strocit to be taken for my father who is 86 yrs old, he had a stroke in which his left side became lower please provide detils ## Strocit contains the active ingredient Citicoline, it is believed to help with cognitive function and memory impairment. Learn more: Are there any questions or comments? ## neurofagia ## I was adised to take STROCIT-500 mg tablet (twice a day) to counter syringomylia. I have been operated thrice in a span of 23 years to counter this. First, peritonial shunt during 1988, laminectamy during 1993 and stem cell theraphy during Jan 2010. Pl advise / inform me any advanced treatment is available to counter syringomylia by which I am suffering from, difficulty in speaking, swallowing, spitting, double-vision, weakness in grip, no sensation of heat / ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Citicoline.
Mon, Feb 04 '13, 9:49 PM   6  Subscribe to thread 215512
Alvalin Drops
What is These Drops for dös III work ## From what I've heard, the name of x112 drops medication has changed to "Alvalin" and you need a prescription over in Germany to get it; if it is even still available on the market. I believe this product is used for weight loss and there are actually a lot of popular threads on the topic of 'x112 drops' if you'd like to view more information on it: /Discuss/X112-liquid-diet-drops-164341.htm I hope this helps! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diet / Weight Loss.
Sun, Jul 29 '12, 8:03 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 233630
white crosses
it's been a long while back but there used to be a pill going around that was maybe a little smaller than an aspirin and all it had on it was an X on one side they was called white crosses and I'm wondering if anybody knows the medical name of the pill and if they still around? ## Back in the 1990's they were pure Ephedrine HCL 25mg. Now they are a combination of Ephedrine and Guaifenesin. The Guaifenesin is a cough suppresant but is also added to the pills to make it difficult to use the pills for making methamphetamine. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Aspirin.
Fri, May 04 '12, 7:56 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 193817
Mayon Stewart
Maryon Stewart is well known in both the UK and Australia as a pioneer in the field of non drug medicine. In 1984 she set up an Advisory Service specialising in women’s health, which now helps both men and women as the Natural Health Advisory Service. To date she has written 25 popular self-help books, co-authored a series of medical papers, written regular columns for numerous daily newspapers and magazines, had her own radio show, made two films as well as contributing to many TV series, including being the Nutritionist for Channel Four’s Model Behaviour and now she presents The Really Useful Health Show. Her formal training has included preventive dentistry, nutrition, counselling and health promotion and she regularly lectures to both the public... ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Tue, Jun 19 '12, 4:48 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 212927
 Cerivastatin
Cerivastatin (brand names: Baycol, Lipobay) is a synthetic member of the class of statins used to lower cholesterol and prevent cardiovascular disease. It was marketed by the pharmaceutical company Bayer A.G. in the late 1990s, competing with Pfizer's highly successful atorvastatin (Lipitor). Cerivastatin was voluntarily withdrawn from the market worldwide in 2001, due to reports of fatal rhabdomyolysis. During postmarketing surveillance, 52 deaths were reported in patients using cerivastatin...
 Prevacid 24 Hr Lansoprazole
Lansoprazole (/lænsoprzol/ lan-SOH-pr-zohl; INN) is a proton-pump inhibitor (PPI) which inhibits the stomach's production of gastric acids. It is manufactured by a number of companies worldwide under several brand names. In the United States it was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1995.[1] Prevacid patent protection expired on November 10, 2009.[2][3] Since 2009 Lansoprazole has been available over the counter (OTC) in the U.S. in a 15mg dose marketed by Novart...
 Proventil HFA Albuterol
Salbutamol (INN) or albuterol (USAN) is a short-acting β2-adrenergic receptor agonist used for the relief of bronchospasm in conditions such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.[2] It is marketed as Ventolin among other brand names. Salbutamol was the first selective β2-receptor agonist to be marketed in 1968. It was first sold by Allen & Hanburys (UK) under the brand name Ventolin, and has been used for the treatment of asthma ever since.[3] It was approved for ...
 Quillivant Xr Methylphenidate Hydrochloride
Methylphenidate (trade names Concerta, Methylin, Ritalin, Equasym XL) is a psychostimulant drug and substituted phenethylamine approved for treatment of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and narcolepsy. The original patent was owned by CIBA, now Novartis Corporation. It was first licensed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1955 for treating what was then known as hyperactivity. Prescribed to patients beginning in 1960, th...
 Butoconazole
Butoconazole (trade names Gynazole-1, Mycelex-3) is an imidazole antifungal used in gynecology. It is administered as a vaginal cream.[1][2] References ^ Seidman, L. S.; Skokos, C. K. (2005). "An evaluation of butoconazole nitrate 2% site release vaginal cream (Gynazole-1) compared to fluconazole 150 mg tablets (Diflucan) in the time to relief of symptoms in patients with vulvovaginal candidiasis". Infectious diseases in obstetrics and gynecology 13 (4): 197–206. doi:10.1080/1064744...
 One-A-Day Today
One A Day (sometimes referred to as One-A-Day) is a product family of multivitamins produced by the Bayer corporation. Introduced in 1940, One A Day was originally developed by Miles Laboratories.[1] Bayer currently markets fifteen products in the One A Day line, listed below: Cholesterol Plus Energy Energy Advantage2O Essential Maximum Men's Health Men's 50+ Advantage Teen Advantage Vitacraves Gummies Women's Women's2O Women's 50+ Advantage Women's Active Metabolism Women's Active Mind &...
anphepramona
Saber sobre preço para São Paulo ## Lo siento, pero este sitio web no fabrica, prescribir ni vender cualquier medicamento, es un sistema de información único sitio web, por lo que no tienen un precio que usted cita. ¿Ha tratado de consultar con los diversos químicos en su área? ...
Updated 8 months ago.
Fri, Oct 25 '13, 5:14 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 254423
Alevian Duo--would like more information
Alevian duo (Bromuro de Pinaverio/dimeticona) was recently prescribed for me. It seems to be amazingly effective, but I would like to know more about the medicine. It is distributed by NYCOMED, made in Mexico for Gelcaps Exportadora de Mexico, S.Å. de C.V. ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Sun, Jan 18 '09, 12:00 PM   0 
Pls Help I Live In Ventura County California And Nd A Doctor
I am 60 yr old female with Fibro since 1985. In January of 2011 I was diagnosed with MS and have severe leg pain (I need a walker to stand up). Since losing my job I am seeing a County Clinic Doctor who was giving me Vicodin ES 3x's/day. I told her once that I ran short due to breakthrough pain and she immediately cut me back to one regular vic a day!!!!!!! and gave me Elavil, Lyrica, Neurontin -- I am having so many side effects I don't know what meds are causing what........I need help, a liberal Doctor who will help me thru my daily pain. Thanks to anyone who takes the time to answer my post........thank you. Sue ## What kind of side affects are you having? I have heard that its the law if you are in pain and ask for meds they have to give them to you . Sue ## Hi Sue, sorry t... ...
Updated 17 days ago in Vicodin.
Mon, Jul 07 '14, 9:48 AM   14  Subscribe to thread 224619
where can i find borofax especially for the treatment of fungal skin infections
Borofax was one of the best topical ointments for topical yeast infections. It was skin loving, pleasantly scented, and instantly effective. I would love for it to be available again. It was first recommended to me by nurse practitioners in the 1980's. I am distressed that it is no longer available. ## Hello, Jessica! How are you? If you live near a compounding pharmacy, they may custom make it for you, but it's likely to be expensive. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Borofax.
Mon, Apr 28 '14, 1:43 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 264157
 Flintstones Plus Calcium
Flintstones Chewable Vitamins are supplemental multivitamins for children based on the animated sitcom The Flintstones. They were introduced in 1968 by Miles Laboratories and taste faintly like candy. Miles Laboratories was acquired by Bayer in 1979. The vitamins are one of the most successful Flintstones products.[1] Some advertisements have been under heavy rotation without being related to The Flintstones. Their jingles of "We are Flintstone kids!" and "Ten million strong and growing!" (co...
 Mestranol + Norethindrone
The first combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP) was the combination mestranol and norethynodrel (INNs), sold as Enovid in the United States and as Enavid in the United Kingdom. Developed by G. D. Searle & Company, it was first approved on June 10, 1957 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for treatment of menstrual disorders. The FDA approved an additional indication for use as a contraceptive on June 23, 1960.[1][2] In 1961, it was approved as a contraceptive in the UK.[3][4] Enovi...
 BenGay Arthritis Formula Menthol + Methyl Salicylate
Bengay, spelled Ben-Gay before 1995, is an analgesic heat rub used to relieve muscle and joint pain. It was developed in France by Dr. Jules Bengué, and brought to America in 1898. The name Bengué was anglicized to Bengay. It was originally produced by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare which was later acquired by Johnson & Johnson. Contents 1 Active ingredients 2 See also 3 References 4 External links Active ingredients The active ingredients vary by the version of the prod...
ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE OF SPASMOPROXIVON
I am a bilateral amputee lossing 2 legs from above knee, in 1977--my 2 stumps painning severly 24 hrs-I used to take spasmoproxivon only 2ice a day as painkiller--no other medicine can relief my pain--now it is out of market--this was also cheaper medicine---can you tell me any alternative medicine of spasmoproxivon-pl. send the alternative medicine {edited for privacy} ...
Updated 8 months ago in Pain Relief.
Fri, Oct 25 '13, 6:58 PM   0 
Three Pills In My Old Medicine Cabinet labels to faded to read
I can not remember what these two pills are one is white round riker on one side 122 on the other? Second one is peach oblong front side has BMP 188 scored in between the BMP and 188 nothing on back ? Third is white round front is scored but only has 630 back has word Forest? Any info would help I know they were from like 1990 something. ## The peach colored pill marked BMP 188 is identified as Acetaminophen (650 mg) + Hydrocodone (7.5 mg); which is a combination of two types of pain medicine to treat moderate to severe pain. Learn More: Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone Unfortunately I couldn't locate any specific details on the other pill marked "riker 122". I hope this helps! ## Thank you for the information It helped ## There was a third one I believe it is hycomine it is whit... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Acetaminophen.
Sun, Oct 28 '12, 4:32 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 237612

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