Pain Medication That Starts With The Letter

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Pain Medication That Starts With The Letter A
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pain med starts with the letter a and is mild dont have the harsh side effects as other pain meds do ## Do you have any other information on it, such as it's classification? Is it a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, are narcotic, a Cox-2 Inhibitor? That would really help to narrow it down. ## New pain medicine that is in same class as Ultram. It is under lock and key at pharmacy. It is a type of 'agonist' med? I learned of it in Chronic pain management clinic. Forgot it's name. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Ultram.
Wed, Jul 25 '12, 1:25 PM
pain medication that starts with the letter b
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this pills shape is like a rectangle that has rounded edges. its white. and its name either starts with an o or a b. its a form of a weaker lortab. it was perscribed for my friends back pain, what is the name? ## Are you possibly thinking of Opana? You can learn more Opana details here. However, it's really not weaker than Lortab, it's actually a very potent narcotic. These medications have the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. ## Opana more like oxycontin or dialudid than lortab!! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lortab.
Sun, Mar 27 '16, 8:15 AM
pain medication that starts with the letter d
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dan ## Well, there are several, including the narcotic Dilaudid. Do you know if the information you are seeking is on a narcotic, anti-inflammatory or other type? ## Dan, go to the page Drug Categories, then to Pain Relief, and if you scroll down it will list the medications fitting in that category alphabetically. Just scroll down to the D's and you will see there are a few listed. Hope this helps! ...
Updated 3 years ago in Dilaudid.
Mon, Sep 23 '13, 5:32 PM
pain medication that starts with the letter f
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blue oval 755/93 ## It doesn't start with an F, but it does have an F in the name. This tablet contains 500mgs of Diflunisal, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. The trade name for it is Dolobid. Learn more Dolobid details here. Side effects may include nausea, diarrhea, gas and irregular heart beat. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Diflunisal.
Wed, Mar 20 '13, 11:37 AM
Pain Medication That Starts With The Letter K
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I believe it is a herb. Made from the bark of a tree. ## Are you looking for the name of an actual prescription drug, or is it a supplement that's available over the counter? There's nothing that's ringing a bell for me, at the moment, but if you can post back with more specifics, then I'll know where to look to see what information I can find for you. ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Fri, Apr 26 '13, 8:18 AM
Pain Medication That Starts With The Letter M
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Mom has been seeing an asvertisement on tv of a pain reliever that begin's with letter ''M'', but she can not remember what it is. It must be something new maybe, that's on the market. Thank you for any info you can supply of this please. Dave ## I'm not really sure, there are a few on the market that start with an M. Does she remember if it was prescription or over the counter? I'm really not one that pays any attention to commercials. Does she remember if it was recommended for any specific conditions? You can try glancing through our drug index of those that start with an M and see if any ring a bell for her: ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Sun, Feb 20 '11, 6:09 PM
pain medication that starts with the letter t
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large yellowish capsule ## Are there any markings on the pill? Numbers or letters? I would need more information about the capsule, in order to locate the correct medication. Please post back so I can help you further. ## I have some medicine from a friend. It is supposed to be a painkiller. I m not so sure. The pill is white m oval shape with 2 letters mark on one side stating (TV and number 58 on the other side. ## Tv 58 is tramadol aka ultram non narcotic pain med ## Tramadol name brand (Ultram) is a narcotic, I am a nurse and we have treated hundreds of people who are addicted to Tramadol. ## Nurse Michelle: Tramadol name brand (Ultram) is not a narcotic. "I am a nurse and we have treated hundreds of people who are addicted to Tramadol." Lots of people become "addicted... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Tramadol.
Sun, Jun 18 '17, 6:03 AM
Pain Medication That Starts With The Letter Z
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It was given to Mr for pain when I broke my tailbone. ## Was it possibly the medication Zydone? It contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, so it's a narcotic analgesic that has the same active ingredients as Vicodin, or Norco. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Zydone.
Thu, Dec 29 '11, 12:05 PM
pain medications that starts with the letter c
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the queen used it while delivering her eigth child ## Actually, that is a myth. At the time there was a debate going on between doctors who thought it was okay to use pain medication during child birth and those who did not. Thus, the store was told and perpetuated, to try to encourage people to use it and believe it was safe, however, the store was not actually true. That said, whether or not the queen did get any medication is something this site does not know. The thing most commonly used back then did not begin with a C, anyway, it was actually Ether. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## pain med that strat with letter c ## I recently had a migraine headache and the ER doctor gave me a shot of something beginning with "C" or maybe "K'.........any ideas ...
Updated 2 years ago in Migraine / Tension Headache.
Mon, Oct 20 '14, 2:49 PM
pain medication that starts with letter u
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jointacedn ## Are you possibly referring to Ultram or Ultracet? Ultram contains the active ingredient Tramadol and Ultracet couples the Tramadol wth Acetaminophen. They are used to treat moderate to severe pain, including joint aches and some forms of Arthritis. Is either one of these the correct information you are looking for? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Ultram.
Sun, Jan 31 '10, 5:54 PM
pain medication starts with letter g
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I was in the hospital and they gave me an injection for pain. It started with the letter g. Any ideas? ## Could it be gabapentin? Gabapentin is frequently prescribed for nerve pain, although I'm not exactly certain whether it's currently available in an intravenous dosage form. I did happen to find a clinical study on discussing gabapentin being taken via IV administration at the bottom of page 2 in the following link: Hopefully this will at least help narrow potential suspects as to what medication you're searching for. I'll be sure to post back if I can think of any other prospects that start with a 'g'. Gabapentin just happens to be one of the more common brand names on the market. ## Thanks,... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Gabapentin.
Tue, Jun 21 '16, 10:21 AM
pain medication that starts with X
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I'm writing a story and I need the name of a pain medication that starts with the letter X. ...
Updated 2 months ago.
Tue, May 30 '17, 7:30 PM
Prescription pain medicine that starts with the letter N
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I am going through therapy for my back and need spine surgery. I have been taking percocet for the past year now and my Dr wants to change my medication. He suggested something that starts with the letter N but didnt spell it right for me. Does anyone know of pain medication that starts with that letter. Not Naproxen, it's not an anti inflammitory ## pain medication ## its suppose to be for nerves ## probaly Neurontin which is used to ease nerve pain. ## Maybe norco or narco ## Those would be my best guesses, as well, since they are both used to treat pain, just in different ways. Neurontin is an anticonvulsant that's also been shown to help with nerve pain, it contains the active ingredient Gabapentin. And Norco contains the active ingredients Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, so ... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Percocet.
Mon, Apr 03 '17, 3:12 PM
Pain Killers That Start With The Letter P
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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 4 years ago in Paracetamol.
Sun, Dec 30 '12, 1:20 AM
Pain Medication Starting With A
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Hello I'm trying to find out the new pain medicine that kids are taking today that replaces the pain pill oxycontin. I saw a show on TV about this but I can't remember what It's called? I think it starts with the letterA? It's the new drug craze today. ## The only one I can think of offhand that starts with an A would be Actiq, it contains the narcotic Fentanyl, which is over 80 times stronger than Morphine and is available as a lollipop, it's a formulation used for slow release of the medication. Does this sound familiar? ...
Updated 6 years ago in OxyContin.
Thu, Jul 28 '11, 11:48 AM
Opiate painkillers that start with the letter O
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I want to know all painkillers that are opiates that start with the letter O. I would like to know this because I think my doctor ordered a painkiller that I'm allergic to and it starts with an O and I'm not sure what it is... ## Does Opana a have generic? I was taking hydromorphone but I was getting headaches. What do you recommend? ## @Dutch - off the top of my head (listing both brand and generic names) ... Opana, Oxymorphone, Oxycodone, OxyContin. Do any of those ring a bell? You should check out the category page on Pain Relief, then scroll down past the list of discussions to where it says "Pain Relief Medications", and that list is in alphabetical order so you can just scroll down to drugs starting with "O". Hope this helps! ...
Updated 1 month ago in Opana.
Fri, Jun 30 '17, 12:41 AM
pain killer with the letters n and i engraved on it
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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 4 years ago in Lorazepam.
Wed, Jul 10 '13, 11:44 AM
Generic Pain Killers That Start With D
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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? ## I have a lot of pain from hip to knee. I am using Naproxen, but not much relief. Looking for a stronger medicine, going on vacation and want to be pain free to have fun with grandchildren. I was told a pain reliever sounds like Darposet or something with the letter D. ## I need a name of some painkillers starting with the letter d, they have some strange shape, small and white in color ## I was a pharmacy tech for 1... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Dilaudid.
Sat, Jun 03 '17, 5:06 PM
List Of Eye Drops
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an over the counter eye drop that starts with T ## Based on my research, I only came across two brands that started with a T. I can't say however, if these are the only one's on the market that begin with this letter: -"Tears" Naturale Free Lubricant Eye Drops, 60 Single-Use Vials -"TheraTears" Lubricant Eye Drops, Single-Use Containers TheraTears appears to be a common brand here in the U.S.; so I think it's a good match. Was there anything in particular that was special about this brand of eye drops you're looking for? ## I feels pain in eyeballs with tears. Eyes got reddish and iching. I spend lot of time in computer work. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Eye Drops.
Thu, Aug 08 '13, 7:13 AM

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