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Metoprolol Tartrate 25mg Tab
is it best time to take this medicine morning or night ## Has your doctor made any specific recommendation? Metoprolol is a beta blocker, used to treat high blood pressure and cardiac conditions and, in most cases, this type of medication is taken in the morning, because most people are far more active during the day, so that is the time their blood pressure can be elevated. However, it can cause some drowsiness and dizziness, in some people, as a side effect, and in those instances, it may be necessary for someone to take it at night. ## I am taking Lisinopril @20mg and also i am taking Metoprolol tart 25mg tab myl, my question is why do i take two High bloodpressure pills? Can i stop taking the Metoprolol Tablet? i think it is the culperet that makes me dizzy aswell, I have no regulad... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Metoprolol.
Wed, Jan 08 '14, 4:58 PM   9  Subscribe to thread 217874
Duragesic Transdermal Patch
I have been on the Duragesic Transdermal Patch for years. I've never used the generic form, so I can't compare the two. I've been on Narcotics for many years, due to a chronic back, hip, and knee condition. The Duragesic Patch has been more effective than anything else. I've had it all...Percocet, Hydrocodone, Oxycotin, methadone...Unlike a pill, the medication doesn't wear off in 3 to 4 hours. Unlike pills, I don't suffer from nausea. I think the benefts of the patch outweigh any negative results from other narcotics. I only have one complaint about the Duragesic Patch...It won't stay stuck on me. It always falls off. However, the maker of patch, does offer overlay dressings, free of charge. The overlay dressing is a clear, thin sheet, that is applied over t... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Fentanyl.
Tue, Jul 29 '14, 9:18 AM   25  Subscribe to thread 173616
Gabapentin Methylcobalamin
i want to know about side effects benefits of this medicne ## Gabapentin is an anticonvulstant medication that has been proven effective at treating certain types of nerve pain. Methylcobalamin is a vitamin B12 supplement, often given to treat various types of neuropathy, since these conditions can be aggravated by a lack of this vital nutrient. Side effects of this medication can include any of the following: dizziness, ataxia, fatigue, tremors, nystagmus, diplopia, dysarthria, amnesia, UTI, paraesthesia, joints or muscles pain, g-i upset, purpura, decrease in white cells count, throat inflammation. Viral infection, penumonia, respiratory infection, middle ear infections, Back pain, oedema, dry mouth or throat, constipation, twitching, pruritus. Hostility, confusion, emotional ability,... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Gabapentin.
Mon, Sep 19 '11, 7:50 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 222588
Putting Patches Over Tattoos
I've used just about every area on both my arm for patch placement except over a tattoo on my right arm. The tattoo is over 30 years old but it was done with a lot ink saturation. Can the patch be applied directly over this? I've never put one there because I thought it might inhibit the medicine from penetrating. Any help is greatly appreciated. This is my second post. ## Yes, you can place it over your tatts. My arms are sleeves and I am on 100 every 48 hours for chronic pancreatitis. ## has anyone tryed the new sandoz 75mcg transderm patch. just got them. And have been haveing bad stomach problems?? ## Yes you can put a patch over a tattoo I had one on my lower abbs and had no problem,but should alternate where you put it every time,arm upper backside,but not on the waist. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Fentanyl.
Thu, Dec 09 '10, 6:00 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 206075
Acting furiously on Clozaril
NY SON AGE 44 YRS HAD BEEN ACTING FURIOUS & TERRORIST TYPE IN THE HOUSE AND SOMETIMES OUTSIDE. HE WAS TAKING CLOZIRAL BUT STOPPED BECAUSE SOMEONE TOLD HIM IT EFFECTS HIS LIBIDO AND COULD MAKE HIM IMPOTENT. NOW HE HAS BEEN ADVISED RISP BUT STILL NOT TAKING. NEED GUIDANCE ...
Updated 7 months ago.
Sun, Mar 23 '14, 10:10 PM   0 
headache and tired on xarelto
I am 30 y/o and have been on xarelto for a month now due to a pe I have worked in the oilfield for 8 years with no problems of being tired at work since I have returned to work I have been really tired everyday half way into my 12 hour shift when I get a day off i can sleep for 12 and wake up for 2 or 3 hours and go back to sleep is this normal side effects of this medicine I can't find anything about it ## I have been on Xarelto a little over a month for a first time DVT in my leg. I am a fairly active 37 year old. I have been more tired than normal but not as tired as you describe. Of course, I have an 8-5 desk job which is less demanding than a 12 hour shift. I am not necessarily sleeping more, i am just low on energy. I am looking forward to getting healthy again and getting my ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Xarelto.
Sat, Sep 27 '14, 10:44 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 268253
Alvogn....are they a good Company?
CVS, the one I go to has quit using Watson and has switched over to Alvogn. From what I've read about it, I am leary of it, so I'm asking here....does anyone know anything about this name brand? Is it a fairy new company? I read something about "sliders" and this company using it to the lowest level, I've read so much that I now really live up to my nickname on here...SoConfused!! Since I'm under contract with my pain dr., I cannot find a pharamacy that has all the medications I'm on or rather the companies I like, so now I really don't know what to do! Any info. or links on Alvogn will be greatly appreciated! I have till this Sat. (the 28th) to figure out what to do as that's when I get my 7.5-3.25 generic percocets filled. Thanks so much for any hel... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Percocets.
Mon, Dec 30 '13, 7:48 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 257613
Chantix AND Anti-depressants
I've been on Zoloft now for over a year for depression, decided to quit smoking 11/2010, started on Chantix, right after thanksgiving went to the ER with SEVERE, and i mean Severe Head pain that required cat scans, docs dismissed it as a side effect of chantix, gave me pain meds, sent me on my way, by this time i decided 1 chantix a day was sufficient, my general practioner agreed, the next month, i becam irritable, angry, moody, my family didn't know what was happening.... xmas eve day, i slashed my arm, for no reason...., i was supposedly in control of my depression...., had a nice few days in the hospital which refused my requests for my Chantix, i came home, content, happy, realizing the doc's had weaned me off Chantix, So this is a very SERIOUS WARNING, IF YOU are Takin... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Chantix.
Fri, Aug 15 '14, 7:43 PM   8  Subscribe to thread 212533
About susten 200 mg injection
hi I am 6 week pregnant from first iui cycle. doctor has advised me susten 200 mg injection for 12 weeks.. so I consulted another where she did not advise susten injection but she doesn't know about my iui... is it necessary or not... ...
Updated 3 months ago.
Mon, Aug 11 '14, 10:07 AM   0 
Afraid to take Amox clav 875mg
I saw a doctor today for a cat bite. He is starting me on amox clav 875 mg. After reading about it, I'm afraid to start it. I already have chronic diarrhea, and don't know what it will do to me. Does anybody actually take it and not have awful side effects? ## It's basically Amoxicillin, an antibiotic. Have had to take it several times and I never got side effects. Do you know the cat that bit you? Is it a bad bite? ## The cat is mine. She got really freaked out and bit when I picked her up. It was about a week ago and is sore and swollen. I know there is something else with the amoxicillin. Read such awful side effects ## Hello, Deb! How are you? Along with the Amoxicillin is Clavulanic Acid, to enhance the way it works and make it more effective. And the side effects, incl... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Amoxicillin.
Wed, Apr 30 '14, 10:26 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 264387
ku 118 ARE THE PILLS STILL GOOD
THIS PILL HAS BEEN IN MY MED CABENT FOR LIKE 2 YEARS IS THERE A EXP TIME OR ARE THEY OK TO USE ## Hello, Joe! How are you> These contain 20mgs of Omeprazole, with is a proton pump inhibitor that's used to reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach to treat or prevent conditions such as heartburn, GERD, ulcers and gastritis. That said, if it the bottle was opened 2 years, like an over the counter bottle or in a bottle that was dispensed by your pharmacy, then they expired one year from that time. They don't get dangerous, when expired, but they do begin to lose efficacy and it would be best to dispose of them and pick up a new supply. However, if they were still sealed in the original factory container, then are usually good for 3 to 4 years. Is there anything else I c... ...
Updated 23 days ago in Omeprazole.
Thu, Oct 30 '14, 4:26 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 275787
pharmacies in cleveland ohio
need to obtain a Precision QID Glucometer for Diabetes Care. Where can I go to find one? ## Hello, Mile! How are you? I'm sorry, but I've not been able to find a listing of which pharmacies carry this. However, you should be able to just call them and ask. It's not like this is a controlled substance, so there shouldn't be a problem giving you an answer over the phone. Has anyone seen these anywhere? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Diabetes.
Sat, Aug 30 '14, 2:27 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 272043
Weight Gain Drug Names plzzzz
hello.. iam sree. my age was 21 and weight is 50 kilograms .. i need to gain my weight using any tablets.. so please advise me which tablets let me use??? and specify its side effects also.... plz ## I'm sorry, but since I don't know where you are located, I have no idea what is available for you. In addition, it really isn't safe to try and gain weight by using random medications, because they all carry risks associated with their use. How tall are you? Your weight needs to be figured according to more than your age. Have you consulted a doctor? You may just be naturally meant to be small and you may never gain any significant amount of weight. If you do want to try, however, the safest way to do it is with a healthy diet and proper exercise. A multivitamin supplement may a... ...
Updated 9 months ago.
Mon, Feb 17 '14, 3:27 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 219252
Pain Management In Madison Wi
Looking for a good pain management doctor in the Madison or Platteville area. I have been on methadone for severe pain following a failed double spinal fusion in 1999. The pain has been increasing lately, especially taking care of my 15 yr old daughter with special needs. My current "pain" doctor won't increase my dose or even discuss other options to help with pain. I need to be able to take care of myself and my daughter and need to have more pain relief. ## Hi Michelle, Sorry to hear about your situation. I may not have a doctor I can refer you to, but if it helps I can provide you with a couple links that may be of service to you in so far as locating pain management doctors within your general area. Input your city or zip code for narrowed results: {link removed because... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Methadone.
Tue, Nov 20 '12, 10:58 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 238696
remerom can be very dangerous
I began taking remeron for IBS (irritable bowel syndrome. 7.5 mg x 2 per day. Noticed my heart began racing. Called doc asked if this was a side affect. He said don't worry your body is just getting used to remeron. It will adjust itself. That night woke up with terrifying hallucinations. Fell down two flights of stairs. Broke arm trying to get out by breaking a window. Bruises all over my body from falling down the steps. Back injured as well as neck. My nuts and thighs and both legs had huge black and blue marks. It's been a little over a week. Still in alot of pain. Still can't walk much without a lot but am slowly feeling less pain. Doc says I should be okay within a month. Remeron can be very dangerous. I could have been killed. ...
Updated 1 month ago in Remeron.
Sun, Oct 12 '14, 12:03 AM   0 
trigestrel pills once a month
Hi I have been using trigesterel once a month and for 6 months its been working for me still get my period is that ok to do? Just checking? ## Hello, Shazzy! How are you? I'm sorry, but I'm not sure I understand your post. Do you mean you are only taking one tablet a month? If so, it has just been pure luck that you've not gotten pregnant. These need to be taken every day in order to prevent ovulation to prevent pregnancy. ...
Updated 2 months ago.
Sun, Aug 31 '14, 4:05 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 270750
can you get addicted t saboxin?
How long after quitting saboxin before you get sick? Physically? My son has been on saboxin for almost a year and when he dont have it he says he is sick and his stomach hurts. Is this true? Can you ge addicted to saboxin/ ## if i have been off saboxin for more then a month do i still need it or can i stay off of it ## I have a nephew who has been on saboxin for more than a year, when he runs out of the medication he get the ddts. Icosts him over 300 dollars a month for these pills, is it possible for him the rid this habit? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Mon, Aug 29 '11, 10:10 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 214120
Medicaid Prescriptions Pain
Please advice or help!!! My wife just was approved for medicaid. she has a primary doc, gynecologist and is seeing a rheumatologist soon. No problems except her primary doesnt think she should be seeing pain management, even with several disc problems, lupus, fibermyalgia and other problems. She has amerigroup. hewr pain doc is licensed and shes been going to the same one for 5yrs. her current pain doc doesnt accept medicaid or insurance. She gets prescribed fentanyl patches, oxycodone 30 mg. and neurontin and xanax. It doesnt seem any pharmacies accept her medicaid, we live in clearwater fl , can someone please guide me in the right direction on how to get all this covered under her amerigroup medicaid? what docs? what pharmacies etc. we cannot afford paying 1,500 a month anymore!!!! i... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Fentanyl.
Thu, Nov 08 '12, 9:23 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 233605
Oxycontin 80mg alternatives
I would like to know if there is any pain medication that compares or is an alternative to oxycontin.besides opana. ## There is a time released Morphine on the market, as both a generic and under the name brand MS Contin. It is not as strong as Oxycodone, so you would require a higher dosage. If you were taking 80mgs of Oxycontin, then you'd need 120mgs of MS Contin. There is also a patch on the market, which contains the active ingredient Fentanyl, it is very potent, over 80 times stronger than Morphine. Are there any other questions? ## I am on 80mg oxycontin, what strength ms contin would I require as a equivalent? ...
Updated 2 months ago in OxyContin.
Sun, Sep 14 '14, 5:09 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 218910
femara and digoxin do they mix?
I am taking letrozole and have now been put on digoxin are there any known side effects. I need to take these as I have breast cancer and also atrial fibulation. I am on quite a lot of other medication for the likes of menieres disease also thyroid problems and I suffer with m.e.. Can you help please? ## Hello, Angela! How are you doing? I didn't find any interactions listed between the Femara and Digoxin, but it's always best to check with your doctor or pharmacist to be certain. Learn more Femara details here. Learn more Digoxin details here. I certainly wish you the best with the breast cancer and hope you beat it! Did you have any questions I can help with regarding your other medications? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Femara.
Mon, Sep 30 '13, 1:42 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 252769

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