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Drotin Injection
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Is Drotin injection a narcotic drug and what's the use of this drug ## Drotin contains the active ingredient Drotaverine, which is in the class of 'antispasmodics' (and is not a narcotic drug). It has been shown to help with some types of pain and muscle spasms, but the only way to really know if it will help you is by trying it. Although information is limited, you can view more details in the link below: I hope this helps! ...
Updated 3 years ago in Antispasmodics.
Sat, Dec 24 '11, 8:37 PM
Narcotic friendly docs in MA
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My primary won't prescribe any narcotics, so I'm looking for a new primary. I am going to Bay State pain mng, but they won't do anything at all until I jump through all their hoops.I have been waiting for 4 months now to get facet injections, and IF i ever get one, I have to wait 3 months in between each one which has been awful. I have 2 ruptured discs, and a third completely gone. It's sitting on my left sciatic nerve. I have been waiting and waiting and waiting, and tried to be proactive, but i'm getting nowhere. I can't take this anymore. I actually NEED some medication, and the pill chasers are screwing people like me over and the doctors are turning a blind eye to what they are doing to people like us. I live near Springfield MA, but I'm willing to driv... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Pain Relief.
Sun, Aug 24 '14, 1:24 PM
what happens when ms contin gels your vein after injection
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My friend has been in excruciating pain after taking ms contin 15 mg via injection. What needs or should be done to help him through this situation? ## Hello, Momma! How is he doing? He needs to seek medical attention immediately. That means he's created a blockage, which acts very similar to a clot and that creates the risk of it possibly coming loose and traveling to other areas of his body, such as the heart, lungs or brain. Another risk is it cutting off blood flow and him developing necrotic tissue. The FDA lists this medication as being 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. Is there anything else I can help with? ## First off thank you for your concern. Fi... ...
Updated 7 months ago in MS Contin.
Mon, Jan 19 '15, 3:32 PM
local doctors that prescribe narcotic ffor chronic pain li ny
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I have chronic pain and have tried everything: physical therapy,acupuncture , nerve blocks, steroid and non steroid injections, epidural a, pain pump, tens machine, I have herniated, bludging and bone on bone disks in my while back. In addition I have a large kidney stone that has to be removed. I have taken narcotics before and know that they work. I have proof of my condition .im in south pain and I just want to find a doctor who will prescribe narcotics as nothing else has worked.i have 4 children, no quality of life, can't do normal everyday things. Can anyone help me? I live in the north shore of Long Island, N.Y. ## Hello, Sally! How are you? I'm sorry, but there is no listing of doctors according to medications they will or will not prescribe that I can refer to for you. ... ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Sun, Aug 24 '14, 2:14 PM
Doctors in Chicago suburbs or Chicago who prescribe narcotics
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I could really use some advice here. I moved to the Chicago area from out West and the pain management is like night and day from there to here. I feel like b/c there is such a drug abuse problem in the Chicagoland region the doctors I have seen are not willing to prescribe opiates and if they do they aren't willing to prescribe what is necessary to provide pain relief. The doctors I have been seeing in the Chicagoland area seem dead set on installing a Spinal Cord Stimulator. I have also had a doctor who only wants to do epidurals, injections and when he looked at what I was prescribed to when I came and saw him, he literally flipped out. Followed swiftly by a drastic drop in my medications and him saying "you'll be on motrin by this summer". Yet just a month and a 1/2 ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Motrin.
Thu, May 29 '14, 10:18 AM
List of available narcotic drugs like diacetylmorphine,hydromorphone in India.
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Is hydromorphone and fentanyl buccal soluble film(bema) available in India? If not, is there any chance of these drugs coming to India in near future? Is dicetylmorphine available in India as wrriten in the DD-7 number prescription form for dispencing morphine sulphate, fentanyl transdermal patches and injections , pethidine injections? ## Need hydromorphone 16 mg. ## Rajinderr, since we are based in the U.S. I don't have a complete list of what is available in India and, when trying to research the specific ones you've mentioned, the information I am finding is conflicting. Have you tried asking a doctor or pharmacist? They would be better equipped to know such details on what can be prescribed there. And Vette, I'm sorry, but this site doesn't manufacture, prescribe, n... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Hydromorphone.
Thu, Jun 23 '11, 12:25 PM
Doctor won't prescribe any narcotics and I have severe lumbar pain with an MRI to prove it...
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My primary dr refuses to prescribe any pain medication at all for me, even though I have 2 ruptured discs, and my L5-S1 is completely gone so it's bone on bone and I have the MRI to prove it. He sent me to a pain management doctor, whose policy is to refer back to the primary for any narcotics...the Professional Run-around... I was on Tramadol from January 2014 to May. It wasn't the best,but made it so I could function. I had a seizure from it the first week of May, and have been without any medication ever since. Both doctors know this, and won't do anything. I have been waiting since May for authorization from the insurance for facet injections. This is ridiculous that I have been in so much pain that I sleep less than an hour a night, have had to go on a medical leave fro... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tramadol.
Mon, Aug 25 '14, 3:49 PM
morphine 4 mg
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what morphine 4mg IV injection is ## Morphine is a narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. Read more on it here: Do you have any other questions? ## I was in the ER yesterday for flank/adomnal pain (right side) and the doctors came to the diognosis that I had a kidney infewction and uti which name is hard to remember but it began with a "P" labeling my kindney infection. I had a migraine head ache and I was given 4mg morphine twice. The infection was treated with Cipro. Is 4mg Morphine a dangerous way to relieve a headache? I am still in pain which I was given 5/500mg vicodin in a count of #12 and #30 zophran for nausea. My question is this, is morphine 4mg a little or a lot and how long should it take for my flank pa... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, May 18 '11, 8:12 AM
20 mg adderrall
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injection ## I'm sorry, what would you like to know? Adderall is a stimulant medication used to treat ADHD and Narcolepsy. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, weight loss and nervousness. You can read about it here: ...
Updated 5 years ago in Adderall.
Sun, Jan 31 '10, 7:04 PM
dilaudid 8mg migraines HELP PLEASE
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I have been trying for something to fix my migraines for years. After trying preventatives my neurologist went to narcotics. I went through oxy percs injectable Demerol (100mg) and NOTHING worked as well as the Dilaudid has, my dr got banned from writing anything controlled for 3 years. I live in Tyler Tx. Someone PLEASE HELP ME. I have at least 15 migraines a month. I've been in and out of the E.R. so much its ridiculous since he got shut down. ## Hello, Jamie! Sorry that you're so miserable. Have you considered seeing a different doctor? That's really going to be your only option to get the help you need, right now. Even if your current doctor isn't allowed to write for them, they should be able to refer you to someone that can take over your case and write prescriptio... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Dilaudid.
Wed, Jul 22 '15, 5:13 PM
oxycontin 60mg op time release
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is there injection form of this pill and what would happen if you did inject it? ## Hello, Fancy! How are you? There is a liquid that is formulated for such use. It isn't safe to do that with pills, since they contain fillers and excipients that may cause blockages. This is 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. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in OxyContin.
Sat, May 31 '14, 8:08 AM
pain medicine in sioux falls, sd
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I am looking for a doctor in sioux falls, sd that's not "afraid" to prescribe narcotic pain meds. I've had severe back pain for years, have been through chiropractors, physical therapy, injections, nothing helped. I feel like I just had to learn to live with the pain. Since having 2 kids, the pain has increased immensely, but my current Doc will not give me anything that helps. I have tried meloxicam, gabepentin, tramadol (which I found I was allergic to, though it did help slightly), and feel I am about to overdose on naproxen and tylenol, because they are all I have access to and though they don't help, I keep hoping they may if I take enough. I need something to help me function normally so that I can be a good mother. I hate just dealing with the pain. Thanks in adv ...
Updated 1 year ago in Meloxicam.
Thu, Mar 27 '14, 5:41 PM
4 m dilota
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what is this pill used for? side effects? ## What does 4 milligram dilota do for you and is it better in pill form or injection in the vain? How long does it last? ## The correct drug name is Dilaudid, it is Hydromorphone, a very potent narcotic pain reliever. It is not safe to inject pills AT ALL, very dangerous. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Dilaudid.
Mon, May 04 '09, 7:12 PM
Have no name just # M134
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Its about as big as round as an eraser head& someone told me it was muscle relaxer ## it is ketorolac 10 mg. generic for toradol and is a non narcotic pain medication after surgery or for muscle spasms, is not to be used unless given oral injection of medication first. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Ketorolac.
Wed, Jan 25 '06, 9:25 PM
is hydrocodone/APAP 10-325 tab q.i.d. addictive
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I have had 4 steroid injections for sciatic back pain with no relief. I have tried acupuncture to no avail and am now trying the Hydrocodone but am concerned it may be addictive. What signs should I be aware of when taking this medication every day? ## Hello, Maxine! How are you? Yes, 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. I think it will best help you, if I explain how/why addiction happens. Narcotics can cause a high feeling and energy, in some people that take them, but since those are just side effects, these symptoms eventually wear off, as their bodies become used to the medication. Thus, they have to keep taking more an mo... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Jun 09 '15, 2:11 PM
 Talwin Pentazocine
Pentazocine is a synthetically-prepared prototypical mixed agonist–antagonist narcotic (opioid analgesic) drug of the benzomorphan class of opioids used to treat moderate to moderately severe pain. Pentazocine is sold under several brand names, such as Fortral, Sosegon, Talwin NX (with the μ-antagonist naloxone, will cause withdrawal in opioid dependent persons on injection), Talwin, Talwin PX (without naloxone), Fortwin (Lactate injectable form) and Talacen (with acetaminophen). T...
travesal
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white oval shaped pill with the number 58 on one side and 93 on the other ## This pill is not Travasol, it is something totally different, this is Tramadol 50mgs, this is a mild, non-narcotic pain reliever, if you are supposed to be on Travasol, which is an amino acid injection treatment, then you have the wrong prescription. Here's the monograph listing for Tramadol: Tramadol Info Click Here ...
Updated 8 years ago in Tramadol.
Fri, Sep 22 '06, 6:37 AM
 Talwin Nx Pentazocine + Naloxone
Pentazocine is a synthetically-prepared prototypical mixed agonist–antagonist narcotic (opioid analgesic) drug of the benzomorphan class of opioids used to treat moderate to moderately severe pain. Pentazocine is sold under several brand names, such as Fortral, Sosegon, Talwin NX (with the μ-antagonist naloxone, will cause withdrawal in opioid dependent persons on injection), Talwin, Talwin PX (without naloxone), Fortwin (Lactate injectable form) and Talacen (with acetaminophen). T...
 Pentazocine
Pentazocine is a synthetically-prepared prototypical mixed agonist–antagonist narcotic (opioid analgesic) drug of the benzomorphan class of opioids used to treat moderate to moderately severe pain. Pentazocine is sold under several brand names, such as Fortral, Sosegon, Talwin NX (with the μ-antagonist naloxone, will cause withdrawal in opioid dependent persons on injection), Talwin, Talwin PX (without naloxone), Fortwin (Lactate injectable form) and Talacen (with acetaminophen). T...
doctors willing to perscribe pain meds pa
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I've had 9 back surgeries! I need to find a good pain doc or family doc that is willing to write narcotics!!! I'm so tired of laying in bed all day and not having a life! I need a very understanding and compassionate doctor! They are so hard to find! Everyone around here wants to do injections! I've had them and they haven't helped me!! ...
Updated 29 days ago.
Wed, Aug 05 '15, 12:28 AM


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