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50 mg morphine patch
A 50mg morphine patch has been prescribed by an oncologist and is too strong for my uncle who has terminal stomach cancer. Is it o.k. to cut the patch in half? He is not in pain but is like a zombie. ## Hello, Christine! How is your uncle? No, that could result in his getting too much of the medication at once, which risks an overdose. How long has he been using them? The zombie like effect should improve, as his body gets used to the medication. But if it continues longer than a few weeks, then he should consult his doctor. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. ...
Updated 2 months ago in Morphine.
Wed, Apr 30 '14, 10:58 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 263821
Adipex: a good start
I just want to share my adipex expierence. I took the 37.5 mg strength for 3 months and lost 20 pounds. Not the most, but it's a great start. I also started exercising-Zumba 2x a week, walks, swimming, etc. It isn't easy but if you are dedicated you will see results. I was scared to start the medication & searched forums just like these for people's opinions. The medication made my mouth dry (drink lots of water) and sometimes made me jittery/hyper but other than that I felt fine on the medication. My doctor wants me to come back in 6 months to start again (Ohio) but I think I will just continue to drop weight steadily through diet and exercise. Just with losing 20 pounds I feel so much of a difference. I have more energy & stamina & have seen great toning result... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Adipex.
Thu, Apr 18 '13, 8:51 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 241861
fat gain medicine name
sir , actually due to busy routine it may not to be possible that i take proper food due to this i have a slim body .. if u have any protein or medicine which make me a fit body not too fat or gymi body but atleast a healthy person plz suggest me any medicine ## Hello, Vikas! How are you? Actually, adding a drug, when you don't eat properly could be very dangerous. No matter how busy and stressful your life is, you need to stop and eat proper meals, there is just no way to get around it. Have you consulted your doctor? They should be able to help you determine the best dietary intake for you. ## sir i am 17 year old. My height is about 180cm but my weight is only 60kg and i am looking very thin, so please sir, say any good medicine through which i can gain my attrective weight ## hi... ...
Updated 3 months ago.
Sun, Apr 06 '14, 2:48 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 253833
Gynae C V P Tablet Side Effect
Gynec CVP tablet side effects ## Gynae CVP is just a vitamin supplement that's often given to pregnant women to help support the health of both mother and baby, because she needs more nutrients as this time. It really hasn't been tested for side effects, as is done with actual prescription drugs, but some people do report some nausea after taking them. Learn more vitamin details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## i am getting periods regularly but in btween after tht i get spotting. my doctor prescribed me capsule Gynae CVP . how does it help to prevent the in btween spotting. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Wed, Apr 03 '13, 12:41 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 235061
Is GLYB/Metform 5- 500 the same has Metformin hcl 500mg
I have two medications one is the GLYB/Metform 5-500 mg and the other is Metformin hcl 500 mg. I only use the Metformin hcl 500 mg only. Can I use the Glyb/metform when I am done with the metformin hcl ## What is the difference (if any) in Metformin HCL TABS 500MG 93/48 and Metformin HCL TABS 500 MG APO500/MET ## can I substitute glyb metformin with metformin for a few days? ## No, you shouldn't change your medication to the one with Glyburide and Metformin, unless you have your doctor's approval to do so. The addition of the Glyburide may not be safe for you, or it may cause your blood sugar to go too low. Learn more Glyburide details here and you can learn more Metformin details here. And in regards to the question from Jerry, there is no difference, they have just been manufa... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Metformin.
Tue, May 21 '13, 4:02 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 196621
levemir and chest pain
I started using levemir for the first time last night. About thirty minutes after I took it I started getting chest pains. It didn't start out too bad then got worse. It lasted about maybe an hour. Could it have something to do with the levemir? I also think I have really bad anxiety so I don't know if that could of been a factor. I'm nervous to take it tonight. Last night I brushed it off but I'm really hoping it doesn't happen again tonight. Any suggestions? ## My suggestion is to contact your doctor and have yourself checked out immediately. Chest pain is nothing to play around with and wait out. It could be due to a serious medical issue. Yes, there's a chance that it's nothing and just related to stomach acid, or your anxiety, but it's not worth taki... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Levemir.
Mon, Sep 09 '13, 2:44 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 251916
metoprolol er ear ach
Can metoprolol 100 cause ear pain ## Hi Roy, Metoprolol doesn't appear to list any adverse effects associated with ear pain in particular. However I have noticed a number of reports from users taking this medication who experienced what they call a "pulsating/ringing/buzzing" sound in the ear. That said, I wouldn't be surprised at all if it does cause ear pain in some patients as a result of this low/high pitch frequency. If it has become too bothersome or severe, I would just suggest contacting your doctor and/or reporting it to the FDA's MedWatch (Adverse events) program online at fda.gov/Safety/MedWatch. Do you think the ear ache could possibly be related to something else as well? Or does it only happen when you take this medication? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Metoprolol.
Thu, Aug 22 '13, 2:04 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 251117
On Lexamil Mg Now For 4 Days Feel Not Good Want To Cry Is Tired And Wish I Can Just Slip Away In An Endless Never Awake Again
ON LEXAMIL 10MG FOR 4 DAYS AFTER USING CILIFT 20MG FOR A FEW YEARS. NOT FEELING WELL. WANT TO CRY AND FEEL DEPRESSED AND WISH I CAN JUST SLIP AWAY IN AN ENDLESS SLEEP AND NEVER TURN BACK TO REALITY ## Having zolpiderm 10mg at night and some time have at day time also.Is this may affect nervous system,depression or other side effect, What is the maximum dose per day of Zolpiderm ## GOGGABIE, have you consulted your doctor? Those are really not good signs and you should seek medical assistance. It may be from the new medication, or a combo of stopping the old one and starting the new one. Lyrica, Zolpidem is a sedative hypnotic, so yes, it can cause depressive issues, because of the way it acts in the body. That is also why it's usually only meant to be taken at night, since it can ca... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Lyrica.
Sat, Feb 18 '12, 12:15 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 224172
Promazine info
I am taking promazine and would like to hear other users experiences on taking this drug. I am a bit wary of taking it as I have only just started. I have read so many side effects and it concerns me Ianc ## Hi, no need to worry I been taking Promazine for a while now, it really does help, it can cause irritating side effects but I found that happened when I took it at night with my Mirtazapine, so I took it during the day instead, and found I rarely suffered any side effects, if you do happen to get side effects tell your doctor as there are always other alternatives you could try, good luck hope this helps you, best regards Ceri :) ...
Updated 4 years ago in Promazine.
Mon, Apr 19 '10, 1:08 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 200084
yellow gabapentin cap 300mg with "D 03"
Since my pharmacist changed the brand I'm getting my feet and legs have swelled considerably. I didn't notice the swelling at first, so am not sure if there's something else that's changed with other products I use, but I don't think so. Could it be this brand of gabapentin that is causing the swelling? ## Hello, Slinnie! How are you? What else do you take and what are your medical conditions? Gabapentin can cause peripheral edema, though it is very rare. Have you consulted your doctor? It's very important that you do so to get to the root of the problem, since it could also be the sign of a serious medical issue. ...
Updated 6 months ago in Gabapentin.
Thu, Jan 09 '14, 12:59 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 258263
zanidip 10 vs amloc
Trying to find out more about zanidip as im on amloc for a month now and have server swelling in power limbs and feet. Is zanidip gonna be different. please advise Regards jason schwartz south Africa durban ## Hello, Jason! How are you? Zanidip contains the active ingredient Lercanidipine, it's also a calcium channel blocker, just like the Amlodipine in the Amloc. Learn more Zanidip details here. Learn more Amloc details here. So no, it's probably not going to help much to switch to it. Have you consulted your doctor? It would most likely be better to try a different class of medications. ...
Updated 9 months ago in Zanidip.
Fri, Sep 27 '13, 3:31 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 251728
anti-depressents and chantix
I was approved to start taking chantix, I am on anti-depressents, after reading some stories, I started getting scared, is anyone out there on chantix and anti-depressents or have knowledge of the sort, I am on trileptal, abilify, lamactil and fluoxamine. ## Greetings, I have been on the same varieties of drugs as yourself and took chantix successfully. The chance of any side effects are less than what the side effects of smoking are, both long and short term. However, this is only my experience and I am not a Doctor. Good luck to you and a future of non-smoking. ## had script changed to vicodin vs/ norcos. How much codien is in vicodin 65-96? ## THERE IS NO CODEINE IN VICODIN! Vicodin contains Hydrocodone, which is still a narcotic, but much different than Codeine. The amount depends o... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Chantix.
Mon, Feb 04 '08, 11:45 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 179371
Bell's PALSEY
I have been diagnosed with bell's palsey.I too 60 mil. prednisone daiily for 5 days. I still have dizziness so bad I can hardly walk. How long does this dizziness last? This is the fourth week that I have been sick. Digusted with myself. Jean ## Please tell me about how long this dizziness lasts? with Bell's palsey? ## Hello, Jean! How are you? Why are you disgusted with yourself? It's not like this is a condition you could have prevented. As to the dizziness, if you are still having it, then you need to see your doctor, again. How long ago where you diagnosed with it? Most people do recover and many have great improvement as early as 10 days after the onset. ...
Updated 6 months ago in Prednisone.
Wed, Dec 18 '13, 3:22 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 257006
champix safe when taking circdin 2mg
Gp as prescribed me Circadin 2mg as ive tried lots of night medication without succsess.So i'm wanting to stop smoking and have plenty of Champix 5mg from various attempts,I suffer from bad depression when am depressed stop taking Champix so i am determide this time to stop.So please help me with this query.Thankyou ## Hello, Bettty! How are you? The Ciradin is just a supplement that contains Melatonin and I didn't find any interactions listed between them, but you should double check with your doctor or pharmacist to be certain. You should also consult your doctor about the depression on Champix, that may actually mean that it's not a safe medication for you to take. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Melatonin.
Thu, Feb 27 '14, 4:18 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 260901
chymoral forte for digestion problem
I am 56 year old diabetes patient. Currently suffering from IBD (colon infection). Can i take chymoral forte for digestion as well to reduce IBD? ## Chymoral Forte contains the active ingredient Trypsin, this is a protease commonly found in the digestive system. As to whether or not you can safely use it, this site is not medical professionals and do not have information on your medical history or other medications, so it would be remiss of us to try and advise you on that. I would suggest you ask your doctor if it can be of benefit to you and is safe to take considering your medical conditions and other medications. I will state, however, that these are touted to help with many things, but they are really not proven to do so. You can read more about it here: Is there anything else I ca... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Tenormin.
Wed, Aug 21 '13, 5:30 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 193835
Doxycycline 50mg
Ive moved to Australia from New Zealand and since arriving three months ago my face has had the worst case of acne ever. I did get a mild case of acne in high school but it got better over the years. Now since living in Australia Ive noticed extreme acne and red, puffy. itchy and dry rashes on my face. I used proactive for the first time a month and a half ago and that did help clear the pimples after a week or so but the rashes quickly spread and my face started burning. I then decided to stop using proactive and see the doctor. The doctor then prescribed me Doxycycline 50g which i have to take once every day for 6 months and also wash my face with a unscented, acne-free soap bar. My face did start to clear up but then quickly spread to other parts of my face. I did notice an improveme... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Doxycycline.
Fri, Oct 28 '11, 1:47 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 217320
Esomeprazo
I suffer from severe gerd, was diagnosed about 3yrs ago. I was on nexium but due to availability I changed to pantocid. My question is for how long can one be on either pantocid or nexium? ## Pantocid contains the active ingredient Pantoprazole, which is in the same class as the Esomeprazole in the Nexium, so they are both proton pump inhibitors that are used to reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach. The length of time for use can vary, depending on the severity of the condition being treated. You should follow your doctor's advice to get the best results. In most cases, they are used for anywhere from 8 to 16 weeks and the effects of using them long-term have not been studied. However, so far, there haven't been any major adverse reports tied to the medications in p... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Nexium.
Thu, Sep 29 '11, 1:48 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 218633
glycomet side effects
glycomet[metformin] when given to diabetics upto what doses can be taken safely ?what are the side effects of overdoses?is it fatal? ## An overdose of anything can be potentially fatal, especially this type of medication, which can drop a person's blood sugar far too low. This however, would not be what is considered a side effect. Signs of overdosage can include: nausea, vomiting, severe drowsiness and respiratory impairment. In the U.S. it is available in dosages of up to 1,000mgs, though you should follow your doctor or pharmacists instructions for how much to use and how often to take it. What is your recommended dosage? ## TIMINGS TO FOLLOW using Glycomet 500 mg for PCO TREATMENT and Weight loss. Please advice ## At present I am prescribed glycomet GP2 before breakfast and dinn... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Metformin.
Wed, Mar 27 '13, 7:04 PM   6  Subscribe to thread 205612
Is there a prescription medication to Help You Gain Weight
I am 35 lbs underweight and have been trying everything there is to gain weight, including drinking Boost with extra protein and calories, whey protein with 2x the lean muscle building qualities, eat ice cream by the gallon, whole milk, I exercise - everything but cannot gain in fact I just lost another 2 lbs. Is there a medication that will help me gain weight that is FOR this purpose ? ## Unfortunately no, there isn't a medication just for gaining weight. There are some that doctors will sometimes use when someone is extremely underweight, such as in the case of people undergoing cancer treatment, or for AIDs patients, but they are all medications that are actually intended for other purposes and just can cause weight gain as a side effect. This can happen with most steroid class ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cancer.
Sun, Sep 23 '12, 1:34 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 236083
pentrexyl
antibiotics ampicillianbought in mexico ## What is an equivalent atibiotic for someone alllergic to penicilin? ## Both my 12 daugther and I have strep throat, and we were told that Pentrexyl is very common to Penicilin? Is this true and safe to take? ## Pentrexyl contains the antibiotic Ampicillin, which is a relative of Penicillin and used to treat many types of bacterial infections. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, diarrhea and skin rash. My concern here, of course, is as to whether or not your doctor has diagnosed these infections and recommended the use of an antibiotic? There are many things that can cause a sore throat and self-diagnosing and self-treating could possibly cause problems to arise with drug-resistant bacteria. Have you consulted a doc... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Ampicillin.
Wed, Jul 01 '09, 6:26 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 161514

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