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pain killer safe for pregnant woman and starts with N
the drug im looking up i actually got in a shot at the hospital when i was pregnant with my son. i cant remember the name of it because they told me the name AFTER they gave it to me and i was totally out of it. but i know it starts with an N ## nalbuphine hydrochloride < thats the name of it. i found it all by myself lol. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Nalbuphine.
Tue, May 18 '10, 5:03 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 204472
Pain Killers That Start With T
Used it when I had my total knee. Two syllables, I think. Can't take most pain meds, so need to find out. ## Do you remember the pharmacy that filled it for you? They would still have the records in their computer and should be able to look back and provide you with the information. Off the top of my head, the only pain reliever I can think of that starts with a T that is commonly used is Tramadol, it's a centrally acting analgesic, though it is related to opiates and causes similar side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, constipation and dry mouth. Learn more: Does that sound familiar? ## I thought it had two syllables. Don't recall what pharmacy I used then. Guess the orthopedist's record would have it. ## Talwin? I took this 40 years ago for a 2nd degree burn. Only 2... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tramadol.
Mon, May 14 '12, 4:29 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 221111
Generic Pain Killers That Start With D
A dilatin replacement, less likely to make you sick when you stop taking it. Starts with the letter d, is not an opiate. ## Did you mean a replacement for Dilaudid? Learn more Dilaudid details here. Dilantin is not an analgesic. Learn more Dilantin details here. I could help you better if I was clear on what exactly you're looking for. Is it an analgesic of some type? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Dilaudid.
Sat, Oct 20 '12, 3:10 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 237284
Pain Killers That Start With The Letter P
non prescription medications that start with the letter. I am Not interested in prescription related material. For examole-- why was phenacatin eliminated from otc compomnds?? Is there any that would be able to replace it for otc? please advise. ## Hi jack, If I am understanding your question correctly, you're asking for an otc pain killer that starts with the letter P? The only one that comes to mind in Paracetamol, which is another name for Acetaminophen. Learn More: Acetaminophen Details I hope this helps! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Paracetamol.
Sun, Dec 30 '12, 1:20 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 232452
pain killer with the letters n and i engraved on it
I have an oblong pill tiny with it scored in half with an N on one side and an I on the other. I'm pretty sure that it is a pain killer my dad had for a bad back but not sure what it is. I think the name starts with a P. Any ideas???? ## Actually, there is a Canadian tablet that meets this description, though the marking is intended to be N 1, it contains 1mg of Lorazepam, which is a benzodiazepine that's most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. It does have the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Learn more Lorazepam details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 9 months ago in Lorazepam.
Wed, Jul 10 '13, 11:44 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 248841
It is a pain killer stronger than morphine and name starts with lidau or ledau or lideau ?? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Morphine.
Mon, Jan 02 '06, 8:09 PM   0 

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