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 Azulfidine Sulfasalazine
Sulfasalazine (brand name Azulfidine in the U.S., Salazopyrin and Sulazine in Europe and Hong Kong) was developed in the 1950s[1] specifically to treat rheumatoid arthritis. It was believed at the time that bacterial infections were the cause of rheumatoid arthritis. Sulfasalazine is a sulfa drug, a derivative of mesalazine, and is formed by combining sulfapyridine and salicylate with an azo bond. It may be abbreviated SSZ. It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines,...
1 week delay
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Kasi po last mens q feb. 14 to 21 nagtalik po km ng mister ko march 6 until now mar. 19 wla prin po ako. My unti lmlbas n white skin at nananakit puson ko nag p.t nmn ako negative. Bakit wla p rin ako until now. Posible po ba n buntis ako kht negative nmn ang result. O delayed lng po tlg ako. Tnx ## Oo nga po pala ganito po kasi un withdrawal method naman po kami tpos nung nagtalik kmi nlabasan sya pero hnd nya pnutok s loob ko. Tpos ng 2nd round kmi ksi may hnd p dw lumalabas. Tpos mga 1 to 2 min. Lng po nlabasan rn sya pero s labas nya rn po pnutok. Sb nmn po nya wla syang naputok s loob ko. Ntatakot po kasi ako ## Pano po kapag 10 days ng delay ang regla? Buntis p ba un? ...
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Sat, Jul 19 '14, 11:53 PM
 Thyro-block Potassium Iodide, KI
Potassium iodide is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula KI. This white salt is the most commercially significant iodide compound, with approximately 37,000 tons produced in 1985. It is less hygroscopic (absorbs water less readily) than sodium iodide, making it easier to work with. Potassium iodide occurs naturally in kelp.[1] Kelp's iodide content can range from 89 µg/g to 8165µg/g.[2] Aged and impure samples are yellow because of the slow oxidation of the salt to potass...
cambuterol
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weight lost pil ## on m'a conseillé de prendre du camputerole pour sécher un peu je fais du sport et dernièrerement ayant été blessé je me suis un peu empatée, reprise du sport avec une aide m'aiderai beaucoup ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Fri, Oct 29 '10, 11:47 PM
 Glucovance Glyburide + Metformin
Glibenclamide (AAN, BAN, INN), also known as glyburide (USAN), is an antidiabetic drug in a class of medications known as sulfonylureas, closely related to sulfa drugs. It was developed in 1966 in a cooperative study between Boehringer Mannheim (now part of Roche) and Hoechst (now part of Sanofi-Aventis).[1] It is sold in doses of 1.25, 2.5, and 5mg, under the trade names Diabeta, Glynase, and Micronase in the United States and Daonil, Semi-Daonil, and Euglucon in the United Kingdom, and Delm...
 Disulfiram
Disulfiram (sold under the trade names Antabuse and Antabus) is a drug discovered in the 1920s[1] and used to support the treatment of chronic alcoholism by producing an acute sensitivity to alcohol. It blocks the processing of alcohol in the body by inhibiting acetaldehyde dehydrogenase, thus causing an unpleasant reaction when alcohol is consumed. Disulfiram should be used in conjunction with counseling and support. Disulfiram is also being studied as a treatment for cocaine dependence, as ...
 Antilirium Physostigmine
Physostigmine (also known as eserine from éséré, the West African name for the Calabar bean) is a parasympathomimetic alkaloid, specifically, a reversible cholinesterase inhibitor. It occurs naturally in the Calabar bean. The chemical was synthesized for the first time in 1935 by Percy Lavon Julian and Josef Pikl. It is available in the U.S. under the trade names Antilirium and Isopto Eserine, and as eserine salicylate and eserine sulfate. Contents 1 Pharmacology 2 Synth...
 Flumazenil
Flumazenil (also known as flumazepil, code name Ro 15-1788) is a GABAA receptor antagonist primarily available by injection only, and the only GABAA receptor antagonist on the market today. It was first introduced in 1987 by Hoffmann-La Roche under the trade name Anexate, but only approved by the FDA on December 20, 1991. Flumazenil went off patent in 2008 so at present generic formulations of this drug are available. Intravenous flumazenil is primarily used to treat benzodiazepine overdoses ...
Blue OMJ 100
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I have found a blue rectangle shape tablet in my room mate's doorway with the inscription OMJ 100 on it. Any ideas as to what this is? ## What you have described is a Nucynta extended release 100 mg. The active ingredient is Tapentadol. It is a centrally acting analgesic which works on both an opioid receptor and as a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. The manufacturer is Janssen Pharmaceuticals. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Nucynta Details. Hope this helps! "NUCYNTA® ER 50 mg, 100 mg, 150 mg, 200 mg and 250 mg extended-release tablets are available in the following colors and prints: ... 100 mg extended-release tablets are light-blue oblong-shaped with a black print 'OMJ 100' on one side" [1] Source: (page 3) ## What will happen if ... ...
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Tue, Sep 10 '13, 7:16 PM
 Seroquel Xr Quetiapine Fumarate
Quetiapine (/kwta.pin/ kwi-TY--peen) (developed and marketed as Seroquel by AstraZeneca) is an atypical antipsychotic approved for the treatment of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and along with an antidepressant to treat major depressive disorder. Annual sales are approximately $1.3 billion worldwide.[6] Quetiapine was developed by AstraZeneca from 1992–1996 as an improvement from first generation antipsychotics. It was first approved by the FDA in 1997. There are now several generic ...
 Dyphylline
Dyphylline (USAN) (trade names Dilor, Lufyllin), also known as diprophylline (INN), is a xanthine derivative with bronchodilator and vasodilator effects. It is used in the treatment of respiratory disorders like asthma, cardiac dyspnea, and bronchitis. It acts as an adenosine receptor antagonist and phosphodiesterase inhibitor.[1][2] See also Xanthine References ^ Schwabe U, Ukena D, Lohse MJ (September 1985). "Xanthine derivatives as antagonists at A1 and A2 adenosine receptors". Nau...
 Fulvicin P/G Griseofulvin
Griseofulvin (marketed under the proprietary name Grifulvin V by Orthoneutrogena Labs, according to FDA orange book) is an orally administered antifungal drug. It is used both in animals and humans, to treat fungal infections of the skin (commonly known as ringworm) and nails. It is produced by culture of some strains of the mold Penicillium griseofulvum, from which it was isolated in 1939.[1][2] It is an antibiotic produced by the mycelial fungus Penicillium patulum.[3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]...
 Fulvicin U/F Griseofulvin
Griseofulvin (marketed under the proprietary name Grifulvin V by Orthoneutrogena Labs, according to FDA orange book) is an orally administered antifungal drug. It is used both in animals and humans, to treat fungal infections of the skin (commonly known as ringworm) and nails. It is produced by culture of some strains of the mold Penicillium griseofulvum, from which it was isolated in 1939.[1][2] It is an antibiotic produced by the mycelial fungus Penicillium patulum.[3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]...
 Grifulvin V Griseofulvin
Griseofulvin (marketed under the proprietary name Grifulvin V by Orthoneutrogena Labs, according to FDA orange book) is an orally administered antifungal drug. It is used both in animals and humans, to treat fungal infections of the skin (commonly known as ringworm) and nails. It is produced by culture of some strains of the mold Penicillium griseofulvum, from which it was isolated in 1939.[1][2] It is an antibiotic produced by the mycelial fungus Penicillium patulum.[3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]...
 Sufentanil
Sufentanil (R30730, brand name Sufenta) is a synthetic opioid analgesic drug approximately 5 to 10 times more potent than its parent drug, fentanyl, and 500 times as potent as morphine. Sufentanil is marketed for use by specialist centers under different trade names, such as Sufenta and Sufentil (India, by Claris Lifesciences Ltd.). Sufentanil was synthesized at Janssen Pharmaceutica in 1974.[1] Sufentanil with and without lidocaine or mepivacaine is available as a transdermal patch similar t...
 Eliglustat
Eliglustat (INN, USAN;[1] trade name Cerdelga) is a treatment for Gaucher's disease developed by Genzyme Corp that was approved by the FDA August 2014.[2] Commonly used as the tartrate salt, the compound is believed to work by inhibition of glucosylceramide synthase.[3][4] References ^ https://download.ama-assn.org/resources/doc/usan/x-pub/eligustat.pdf ^ http://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/ucm410585.htm ^ Lee, L.; Abe, A.; Shayman, J. A. (21 May 1999). "Improved Inh...
 Multihance Gadobenate Dimeglumine
Gadobenic acid (tradename MultiHance) is a complex of gadolinium with the ligand BOPTA. In the form of the diglumine salt it functions as a gadolinium-based MRI contrast medium, under the trade name gadobenate dimeglumine. BOPTA is a derivative of DTPA in which one terminal carboxyl group, –C(O)OH is replaced by -C–O–CH2C6H5. Thus gadobenic acid is closely related to gadopentetic acid. BOPTA itself was first synthesized in 1995. [1] In the "gadobenate" ion gadolinium ion is ...
Drug To Help You Gain Weight
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Sir,I am a 19 years skinny boy.Sir please can you help me to get proper advice for weight gain.Please sir i am totally fade up with my body.please send me the suggestions at xxxxx@xxx {edited for privacy}.Thank you. ## my son is 12 years old he is very thin please sugeest me a pills an tonic to become him fat , my mother in law is scolding me so please help me mam ## Both of you need to post back with more details, such as height and weight, to go along with the listed ages. Can you please post back? Getting fat, per se, is not safe and healthy for anyone, regardless of whether or not anyone is complaining that someone is too thin, especially a child. Learn more weight gain details here. If someone does need to gain weight, the best and safest way to do it is through a healthy diet and ... ...
Updated 29 days ago in Periactin.
Mon, Feb 02 '15, 2:59 PM
Weird Menstrual Cycle Help!
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Alright so I began using Lo Loestrin Fe in January. I normally get my period around the end of the month but of course our periods fall on different days every month so it gradually turns into the beginning of the next month. In February when I took it like normal my period came on Feb 27 and ended March 2. Then on March 12 I started bleeding again and it didn't dry off until the 19th. My question is when is was that another period? How could it be when I just had one a week earlier. I have a period tracking app and it tracked that I would have another period either March 26th or 27th but when I logged the weird bleeding I had on the 12th it said my period would come on April 7th. As you can imagine I'm concerned because I don't know now when my periods going to come. ## Hel... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Lo Loestrin Fe.
Thu, Apr 03 '14, 7:14 AM
Kidney Stone In Upper Calex
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No pain but on X-ray and ultrasound it was found a small stone in left kidney in 1999. on 2007 lythotripsy done but a fragment still remain causing irritation on day time. prostate is now 30mg. Urinie pass two times at night. Veltam 0.4 taken for two months. Strong constipation since five yrs. Use mucibel for loose bowel ...
Updated 2 years ago in Laxative.
Tue, Mar 13 '12, 10:49 AM


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