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Family reaction to the use of Fentanyl
I need to ask if anyone using Fentanyl has had a horrible family reaction to their use of Fentanyal. I am a 69 year old female that has advanced spinal stenois. I have chronic pain and I am limited to a wheel chair because I have no balance anymore. . I do have a full time job and use the chair at work. I thank God everyday for fentanyl with out it I wouldn’t have any life at all. At this time I am on 75 mgs and I have Percocet 10-325 for break through pain. My doctor is very careful with my dosage because I will need more Fentanyl at a later date. My family won’t stop telling me to just accept the pain and stop the Fentanyl. They make me feel like I am weak and a quitter because I use Fentanyl. Anyone else have this problem? I feel so alone. ## Hi Margaret! I'm sorry th... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Fentanyl.
Wed, Jun 11 '14, 9:21 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 266806
byetta and type 1 diabetes weight loss
I have recently been diaggnosed with type 1 diabetes,after being ill for such a long time. I have only just heard about byetta it has never been mentioned before.I struggle constantly with weight even tho I exercise and eat properly I need to lose at least anoth 10kg. Why can,t I have access to this drug? ## Byetta is actually used to treat type II diabetes and it isn't intended to help with weight loss, it's just been noted that it has occurred in some people that have used it. Learn more Byetta details here. Have you checked with your doctor, or pharmacist to see if it's available there? What medication do you currently use to treat your diabetes? How long has it been since you were diagnosed? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Byetta.
Thu, Jul 11 '13, 2:31 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 248894
asthma inhaler containing no sulfate
looking for name of a regular asthma inhaler besides symbacort that does not have sulfate in it. I am allergic to sulfate. I use a rescue inhaler but I cannot use it all the time and my doctor doesn't know that much about asthma inhalers and sulfate its a low income doctors office. So again any suggestions. No sulfate. Thanks ## Hello, Theresa! How are you? Sorry about the problem you're having. However, I need to ask what exactly it is that you're allergic to? Is it sulfa drugs, sulfates or sulfites? What type of reaction do you have and how did you discover the allergy? These are all important details to determine what may or may not be safe for you to use. Do you see an allergist? ## I'm allergic to all sulfas per my primary physician and the diagnostics they ran. I b... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Asthma.
Tue, Nov 26 '13, 4:08 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 255336
pregabalin makes my mood elevated why
My doctor wants to change my medication from pregabalin to duloxatine but I can't stop pregabalin without panic attacks ## hi. i m javaid from pak, ibd..i m suffering from painful traumatic brachial plexopathy with severe neuropathic pain since oct, 1988. the pain is terrible, burning and ruled over my life.. in my routine life i m using pregabalin & dulaxotin for little relief from the pain...when ever i tried to stop the medicine i can fell more and more pain....please help me, is there no other treatment for the pain? because I'm afraid to the side affect to using from so long time the medicines on daily basses, ## Hello, Marg! How are you? Pregabalin does also help with some mood disorders, due to the way it works on brain chemicals, so suddenly stopping it may cause tho... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Pregabalin.
Mon, Jun 30 '14, 10:47 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 266344
Is Rumoquin Nf Equvalent To Meloxicam
I am taking meloxicam for a new onset of RA. Is meloxicam equivalent to Rumoquin Nf? ## No, they are not the same. Meloxicam is just that, that is the active ingredient and it's a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Learn more: However, Rumoquin-NF contains Phenylbutazone, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, along with Methocarbamol, a muscle relaxant and Dexamethasone, which is a steroid used to treat pain and swelling. Learn more: Are there any other questions? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Meloxicam.
Sun, Aug 28 '11, 11:59 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 217101
Out Of My Metoprolol What Can I Take Now
out of metoprolol (2 days take 1x day each day; can't get untii toorrow ## Hello, Since I am not your doctor, I don't feel comfortable telling you what medication to substitute for the Metoprolol until you receive your next dose. If it were me, I'd consider calling your local pharmacy to see if they have any brand name or generic metoprolol that they could supply you with until you can get your full prescription. For future reference, I recommend calling your pharmacy in advance to make sure you will have your next prescription filled and ready to go before you run out- I hope that makes sense! You can learn more about this drug on the page for Metoprolol Details ## help! I was put on Lisinopril 10mg. today and am currently taking Metoprolol Succinate 25mg. What does Lisinop... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Metoprolol.
Thu, Jul 31 '14, 10:19 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 245613
yellow xanax and celexa interactions
Is it ok to take a yellow xanax at the same time as a 1 mg celexa and a pain pill? ## Mixing Xanax and Celexa can cause side effects to be worse and this can include respiratory depression, so you do need to be careful of doing so. As to the pain medication, I cannot answer you, since you did not say exactly what it was and there are many analgesics on the market. Can you post back with the name of the pain pill or active ingredient? ## Well I'm not sure about the Xanax because so far, for me it worked. But the Celexa was the worst thing for me. I had to get off that pill asap. ## zanex, pain pills,and celexa can be deadly. My daughter bdied on oct. 28th 2009 ofnthese three drugs, it was called a pharmacutal o.d. lethal. she went to sleep and never woke up and i did not realize she ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Xanax.
Tue, Apr 27 '10, 1:05 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 202075
show picture of pregablin capsule 100
pfizer pgn 100 ## I cannot post a picture due to copyright reasons, but that is the correct marking. This capsule contains 100mgs of Pregabalin, a generic for Lyrica, this is an anticonvulsant that has been shown to help with certain types of nerve pain. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness and dizziness. Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Pregabalin.
Sun, Aug 23 '09, 5:17 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 195342
adelseril sibutramina con alcachofa
I been taking these pills for about one week and I'm having the opposite effects that what is describled. I get really tired, and I feel more hungry?? Does anyone know why?? The pills are green capsules is this usally the color they come in?? Can I be taking something complete different from what I think I'm taking?? ## Some medications do have that effect on some people, it is a well known fact. They just don't all work for everyone that tries them. From what I have seen and read, yes, they normally come in a green capsule. However, if you have a weight problem, you may need to try something different. I may be able to check what is available for you, what country are you in? ## I have taken these. They are white capsules not green. I purchases them in Mexico, and they work... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Fri, Sep 09 '11, 12:16 PM   7  Subscribe to thread 207739
How to taper off Temazepam completely
Please help; doctor doesn't want me as a patient anymore, reasons are ridiculous and too long to get into, but now she has put me in a jam. I was taking Clonazepam 2mg. 2 tablets 2x per week(for anxiety & sleep), & Temazepam 30mg. 2 tablets 2x per week(for sleep). I have been on both these drugs for 2 1/2 years & want to get the heck off them. I noticed the last couple months; neither appeared to be helping the anxiety/sleep issues I have had; so basically I just want off both. I have been Clonazepam free for 11 days now. I CANNOT believe how I feel--like I could crawl right out of my skin; anxiety ridden, non stop talking,completely wired,nerves jumping in arms & legs, more and more and on and on. Bad idea to go cold turkey, but did & now out of them. So I have ... ...
Updated 24 days ago in Temazepam.
Wed, Aug 27 '14, 7:08 AM   97  Subscribe to thread 201653
vicodin drs who prescribe in virginia
I have 3 herniated/bulging discs in my back, RSD, fibromyalgia, was in an accident & spent 14 yrs having surgeries on my right ankle to save it (between 1977 & 1991! i had a compound fracture, bones laying outside my foot, gangrene, osteomyelitis etc.) Dr saved my foot thank God but I've been in & out of casts,leg braces, wheel chairs etc ever since yet i still worked from 1980 to 2003 while dealing with all this. Vicodin along wth methadone helps without making me so doped up I'm bed ridden but new Dr won't prescribe either so Sheens taking me off them slowly but by next month..August she will no longer give me either! I'm terrified of the pain I'll be in as she's reduced so much I'm feeling every pain, disc, & broken bone I've ever had a... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vicodin.
Sun, Aug 04 '13, 3:37 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 249911
ovulating and I wanna take the pill NOW
Hi.I've never used a pill before,so I'm in desparate need of help.Bought my pills 10 days ago and forgot that I had them till tonight after making love to my husband. I'm ovulating already. Can I take them NOW? ## Hello, Neo! How are you? You can start them at any time, but you must take them for a full 7 days, before they will protect you against pregnancy. So, they will not prevent pregnancy, if you didn't use some other form of protection, when you had intercourse earlier with your husband. You may experience side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability and breakthrough bleeding. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Mon, Jun 30 '14, 7:06 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 261550
Fed goverment to stop oxy alltogether.
Has anyone heard that by the end of the next two months that no ins company will pay for oxy of anykind. The Gov is going to completly pull the drug alltogteher. I found this out today from my pain clinic. Just thought you would like to know. I broke my neck back and many other bones in a bad car accident, and my Doc told me since there are so many robberies murders and such from this drug and abuse they are going to completly quit making it. ## I hope not its a very affective tablet just because its growing in popularity as a recreational drug doesn't mean it should be banned tighter regulation may be needed it shouldn't be banned all together ## They can't do that. If they do theres gonna be alot of pissed off people. What they need to do is offer cheaper medicine for hero... ...
Updated 5 years ago in OxyContin.
Sat, May 09 '09, 12:36 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 189337
Sulfamethoxazole Tmp Ds Tab reaction
My husband has been taking sulfamethoxazole-tmp ds for about 7days now. Before going to bed earlier he had a feer than woke me in the middle of the night with this red blotchy rash all over his body. What do we do? ## Sulfamethoxazole with Trimethoprim, the active ingredients in Bactrim, is an antibiotic that is used to treat various types of infections. A non-allergic skin rash can be a normal side effect of most antibiotics. However, if it is severe and bothersome, he should contact his doctor, as he may need to switch to a different antibiotic. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Sulfamethoxazole.
Mon, Sep 26 '11, 10:00 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 222913
percocet patient assistance program
have no ins, no income, i need to know how to get assistance this medication. ## Go to They will take care of all your paperwork and get you your prescriptions for free. I think it is $65 a month but that is it. ## There aren't many assistance programs available for pain management, unfortunately. However, a FREE organization to try is: Click Here ## is there any patient information booklet for patients assuming percocet for chronic pain (non oncologic desease)? ## For everyone that hasn't ran into this problem, pharmacies that just recently accepted several discount cards are no longer accepting cards for controlled substances. This includes top chains like walgreens, walmart, target, CVS. ## I have medicare with prescription part d. But the cost s... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Percocet.
Fri, Jan 31 '14, 4:47 PM   5  Subscribe to thread 195794
Will clindamycin clear a knot in my leg?
My staph on my upper inner thought developed a knott about the size of my palm and I have been takin Clindamycin for two days now physically I'm feeling better no more fever but the knot on my leg is not improving any and it draining is it just because it built up in my system before I got the meds I had it for 4 days and been taking the medicine since Sunday? So my question is will the medicine make the knot go away? ## Hello, Lexi! How are you? It may, or it may not. It really depends on what the knot actually is, for instance, if you developed a cyst from the infection, then it may need to be drained by your doctor, the antibiotic may not make it go away. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 month ago in Clindamycin.
Tue, Jul 22 '14, 11:23 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 268927
bupropion hcl sr 200mg manufacturers
Last month (Feb 2014) my pharmacy filled my prescription for bupropion hcl sr 200mg with product made by actavis. It was an oval yellow pill. I felt dramatically better, and was looking forward to continuing to use the same product. Now it is apparently no longer available because Activis was bought by Watson. My new prescription is a round white tablet with wpi 3335 written on it. Has anyone else had experience with this particular product? Has anyone found success with any other version of this product. It is very frustrating to have so much inconsistancy from one bottle of medication to the next. (Global Pharmaceuticals was so bad that I changed pharmacies to get a better product.) ## Have you tried talking to your pharmacist about the problem? They may be able to order in the one th... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Bupropion.
Wed, Mar 26 '14, 7:15 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 261560
how can i tell if i am taking a sugar pill
Lorazepam/2 mg/round white/ 2 / EP 906. it tastes like sugar and doesn't seem to be helping ## i have been taking lorazepam for several years and got a new script from a differnt pharmicy and i havent felt the same since i have started to remember my dreams and having panic attacts since i started this new script also they almost disolve instantly and taste sweet i feel like i am not on any meds now so i dont know if the pills are real. any help would be greatful thankyou ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lorazepam.
Tue, May 11 '10, 7:27 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 203954
antidepressant users please respond
If an antidepressant is going to work do you feel better just one day or is it gradual relief please let me know ## I believe it's a little of both. You do feel pretty good right away (usually after the first 24 hrs), and if you are on the RIGHT med that helps you. And it also gradually helps by increasing your mood the more you continue to take it. Until you feel "normal" for your standards. Hope it helps. And good luck to you. ## Thank you for the response, Amy! Much appreciated! Hello, Theresa! How are you doing? Some information that I'd like to add that many people aren't aware of, when it comes to psychiatrically active medications, is that sometimes they can also make things worse, before they get better. When first starting a new one, or increasing the dosage... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Viibryd.
Thu, Dec 05 '13, 10:35 AM   7  Subscribe to thread 256148
Unbalance when walking - I have vertigo
I am having problems with my balance. When I had this problem 3 - 4 years ago my doctor prescribe a med called Novo-betahistine 16 mg. I have been very tired for a few weeks and I have problems walking straight. I have a few of these meds left can I take one and see if it will help me? ## Hello, Lynn! How are you doing? I'm sorry about the vertigo problem that you're having. If it is several years old, then the medication is most likely no longer effective. Additionally, vertigo can be caused by an infection of the inner ear, so you need to have it checked out and get a prescription for the appropriate medication. You may need an antibiotic. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 21 days ago.
Sat, Aug 30 '14, 8:08 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 271977

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