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What is difference between Nervmax Sr 75 capsule and tryptomer. ? I have given these two tablets by different doctors for nerve pain relief. Thanks in advance ...
Updated 2 years ago in Pain Relief.
Mon, Jun 15 '15, 3:37 AM
trigiminal neuralgia
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Selective Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation of the trigiminal root for the relief of trigiminal neuralgia.After this treatment, gabaneuron, Trioptal300 & Bplex Tablets are prescribed.Is there any low cost medicines in place of these medicines? ## I am under sever attack of TN,I feel extream pain even while walking...I had been taking Tegeral but discontinued due to extra rashes on the skin.I had been twice injected with annathistatic (numb ) drugs but the pain is back after a lapes of about six months.Some one has suggessted me for Laser Radio Thraphy? Any one tried this...any side effects......Help !!!!!!!!!!!!! ...
Updated 4 years ago in B-Plex.
Thu, Feb 14 '13, 5:21 AM
15 Mg Morphine Ir Vs Two10mg Oxycodone 325
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is 1 15mg morphime IR stronger than 2 10mg 325 oxycodone tablets ## Yes there stronger ! Morphine has a high acting effect on the neural pathway and does a much better job for relief from what ails us all ! Check a pharm scale the oxy is like 6 or 7 on th list morphine is 2 ! ## hydromorphine 32mgEX what do they use for breakthrew pain..? ## Actually no, Oxycodone is stronger than Morphine by one and a half times. In other words for each 10mg dosage of Oxycodone, you'd need to take 15mgs of Morphine to be equivalent. You can learn more Morphine details here and you can learn more Percocet details here. Additionally, the Acetaminophen in the Percocet potentiates the action of the Oxycodone to help it work better. oldtimefiend, there isn't any specific medication that has to be us... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Morphine.
Sun, Jan 29 '17, 11:31 AM
Tryptomer Sr/what for used?
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I GOT HERPES recently and took tablets valcivir for 10 days. and now dr. advised me to take tryptomer sr for 2more weeks.how far is it safe? should that be taken? ## Tryptomer contains the active ingredient Amitriptyline, which is a tricyclic antidepressant that's also used to treat some nerve pain. Learn more Tryptomer details here. When it comes to herpes, it's usually only used to treat the neuralgia that some people experience afterwards, but it could be that your doctor is trying to prevent your experiencing it. Did you ask them about it? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amitriptyline.
Thu, Aug 30 '12, 7:52 PM
Skin Rash from trepiline or not
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My mom as Trigeminal neuralgia and severe Scolioses. Shes been back pain for years and they cant op. But the doctor prescribed Trepiline because she had severe negative reaction for the other drugs. She is also using Micardis for Blood pressure. She now started getting rash on her head and body and she get nausea all the time. We went back to the doctor he said its stress that causes the rash but she did had any. She's wondering if her medicines are clashing. She also take aspirin. She is so scared of tablets. I asked the doctor what about botox injections. What do you think. Please help isn't there any saver meds for these types of illness. Why do they make medicine with side effects ## Hello, Sharon! How is your mom doing? I'm very sorry about the problems she's having... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Micardis.
Sat, Nov 28 '15, 4:54 PM
Long use of Prednisolone in treatmen of Dystrophy orDuchenne Muscular dystrophy......how to get rid of its side effects.
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My son aging nearly six years was noticed with weakness of limbs.Neurologist referred for blood for CPK.Later muscle biopsy was carried.His disease was diagnosed as Muscle Dystrophy.His all symptoms were /are similar to DMD as viewed on internet.The Neurologist in Peshawar(Pakistan) started treatment with 8 tablets prednisolone twice daily with other medicines of tonic,vitamins and calcium for more than four years. Later it was noticed that Prednisolone (detla cortril) weakened his moving capacity of his body,hands and feet.A Neuralogist in Islamabad told that it was due to long use of detacortrill. Please guide me how to subside/neutralise its side effects to end this type of his weakness. Moreover, please keep me inform of regularly about updated treatment of Duchenne Muscular Dystrop... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Prednisolone.
Fri, Sep 07 '12, 10:17 PM
nervmax capsules-pregabolin&methylcobalamincapsules -side effects
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pregabolin &methylcobalamin capsule nervmax-side effects ## Methylcobalamin is a nutritional supplement, so the actual drug here is the Pregabalin, which is used to prevent convulsions and treat certain types of nerve pain. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and weight gain. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## wife diabetic,ht,neural compression,cervical,old tb cured in kidney,suffering shoulder freeze,back pain taking nervmax for last 20 days,alongwith ultracet got relief.how long she can take nervmax without affecting her kidneys and other side affects.thanks.m.hasan rajasthan,India ## what if 8 tablets of nervmax 75 taken ## I hv spinal cord pressed in 2 places in spine. Doctors prescribed Nervemax tablet and kalcizol, and said it will b... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Pregabalin.
Mon, Apr 18 '16, 4:48 AM


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