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How much sugar is in methadone?
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I REALLY need to know how much sugar is in 120mgs of the red (cherry) liquid methadone? ## Hello, John! How are you? Who manufactures it? I need more information, in order to answer your question. 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. Is it from a clinic or pharmacy? ## The 120mg of red (cherry) liquid I get is from my clinic. The maker is Malinkrodt, and I also found out that instead of sugar it has sucralose. Can this cause headaches and any other problems? ## Oh yes, most sweeteners can do that in people that are sensitive to them. My fiancé gets dreadfully sick from anything other than just regular sugar and has been told to treat it as an allergy a... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Methadone.
Mon, Nov 10 '14, 5:40 PM
how to take diphenatrop
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went to know for what is diphenatrop ## Diphenoxylate and Atropine is an oral antidiarrheal medication. It is commonly sold in the U.S. under the brand name Lomotil. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness and bloating. You can read more on it here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Lomotil is a med that not only works on diarrea but al stops withdrawal from opiates, this something docs need to look at! ## Thanks for the informative post, Taddeusz, I had not heard about that, before. Since it is not approved for that use, most doctors probably have no idea. Though, over time, they do usually pay attention to what other conditions a medication can help with and they can prescribe it off-label according to their personal experience. How did you learn of this? ## i ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Diphenoxylate.
Sun, Nov 18 '12, 10:58 PM
Hydroco/apap 7.5/500
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Just wondering if this was a typo..7.5/500? All I can find is 7.5/650 and 750. I know it is generic Vicodin but am worried about the directions saying take 1 or 2 when the previous script was for 5-500 and only was directed as take 1... I do not want to take more than before...5-500 was more than enough,.. Need to know if I should break in half..... ## Can you provide the imprint from the tablets? Including all letters, numbers, and/or logos? Then I can double check the dosage for you and the normal dose taken. It is made in that dosage, however, if your doctor did not mention changing your dosage, I would recommend calling their office to check, or checking with your pharmacist. It is not severely higher than the 7.5, but your doctor or pharmacy may have made a mistake. ## about hydroc... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Vicodin.
Sat, Mar 22 '08, 6:45 PM
mdv3100
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I am taking mdv3100(,enzolutamide),(xtandi) and have been for 3 months.The dose is 120 mg per day.Is there any risk in stopping taking it abruptly? Thankyou ## Hello, Sam! How are you? If you're treating prostate cancer, then I strongly urge you not to go off of it, without speaking to your doctor and at least replacing it with something else. Are you having problems with the side effects from it? Why do you want to stop it? Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, cold like symptoms, hot flushes and diarrhea. ## Hi Verwon,thanks for your reply. Yes prostate cancer met to bones.PSA still climbing despite MDV3100.Side effects not worth it.More chemo is on the books.Again,are the side effects worth it? Thanks again Sam ## I understand and in such a case, I see your poin... ...
Updated 22 days ago in Xtandi.
Sun, Nov 30 '14, 6:19 PM
Nitrofur Macr 100 Mg Generic
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Is there a substitute for this drug? I just paid 63.00 at the pharmacy for a 30 day supply. Can't afford that, is there another drug I could use that is very similar? ## Nitrofurantoin is an antibiotic, it is used to treat infections. Have you tried asking your doctor for an alternative? This is the generic, the name brands are Furdantin, Macrobid and Macrodantin and, from what I'm seeing for the dosage, this is about the average price. How long do you have to take it? Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Learn more: ## Just started on NITROFUR-MACR today and would like to know about the reaction with coumadin. Usually I always ask for the brand, but allowed the pharmacist to give me the generic this time. We'll see; I am leary af... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Nitrofurantoin.
Wed, Aug 17 '11, 9:57 AM
 Nitrolingual Nitroglycerin
The medical use of nitroglycerin began with the experiments of William Murrell, which were widely reported in 1879. The chemical nitroglycerin, which is commonly referred to as "glyceryl trinitrate" or "GTN" by the medical establishment to avoid alarming patients who associate nitroglycerin with explosions, is used to treat angina and heart failure. The mechanism of nitric oxide (NO) generation from GTN and the metabolic consequences of this bioactivation are still not entirely understood. ...
sulfameth trimethoprim 800 160 what is this used for I know it is an antibiotic, but I am getting sever leg cramps, everyday. I do get l;eg cramps, b
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i do get leg cramps, but never as much as I am getting now since taking the antibiotic. What should do, call the Dr. and explain or just continue the meds until they are finished.. ## Hello, Angela! How are you? This antibiotic can sometimes cause more frequent urination, so you might be getting dehydrated. How much fluid do you take in each day? Have you discussed the issue with your doctor? Have you experienced any other side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash or diarrhea? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Trimethoprim.
Mon, Sep 29 '14, 2:44 PM
Viibryd 10 Mg
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How can I stop taking 10 mg viibryd ## How long have you been taking it? It does contain Vilazodone, which is a type of antidepressant, so if you've been taking it for awhile, it may be necessary for you to taper off. However, if you've only been on it for a short time, then you should be able to just stop taking it. Learn more Viibryd details here. Are you experiencing problems from taking it? ## I've been on Viibryd for 9 days and the side effects are intolerable. Is it safe to just stop this early on or would it be less agonizing to take one every other day for a few days? ## I've been on 10mg of Viibryd for 7 days and 20mg for 2 days. The side effects are intolerable. Is it safe to just stop this early on or would it be less agonizing to take one every other day for ... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Viibryd.
Sat, Jul 05 '14, 10:24 AM
White Blood Cell Count
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Is it possible for Effient to lower my White Blood Cell Count? ## I wouldn't say it's not possible, but this is probably something you'd have to have a blood test for in order to truly determine whether or not it really does lower your white blood cell count and more importantly, by how much? NOTE: This medication works by preventing platelets (a type of blood cell) from collecting and forming clots that may cause a heart attack or stroke. I hope this info helps! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Effient.
Thu, Aug 30 '12, 11:37 PM
Ambien Sleepwalk
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Is Ambien the modern day Qualewd(?). If I take my Ambien but something comes-up and don't lay down I get a feeling that I heard was called the Ambien Sleepwalk. But if I take it and go to sleep, I don't sleep long & when I wake-up I have a headache! ## Hello, Seaman! How are you? Yes, I guess you could say it's kind of like that. It's been known to cause everything from sleep eating to driving, all of which can be very dangerous. It can also cause next day hangover like effects, as well as an odd taste. If you're experiencing such issues, you should speak to your doctor about trying something else, since such problems from Ambien tend to continue to get worse. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 27 days ago in Zolpidem.
Tue, Nov 25 '14, 3:35 PM
blakjax AJ 3850
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Large black capsule with above markings ## This is an over the counter energy capsule similar to Stacker or Stacker E. I dont know if this is the one made in the US or in Europe. ## I am not sure where it is made either, but I know you can buy them here in the U.S., my husband was just looking at a package of them the other day in our local pharmacy. ## It contains caffeine, Yohimbine (from the Pausinyatalia Yohimbe tree), Capsaicin (from chile peppers!!!!), Yerba Mate (from Ilex paraguariensis tree), Guarana seeds (from the Paullinia cupana tree) and Kola Nut seeds (Kola was originally used to make cola soft drinks). Blakjax AJ3850 is also known as Stacker this is the E version and provides you with more energy and is also known as a diet-pil. I think it's originally from the US bu... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Caffeine.
Mon, Nov 17 '14, 3:47 AM
dibencozide
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mechanism of action, side effects, contraindications and nursing considerations ## Dibencozide is a form of vitamin B12, since it is a nutritional supplement and not a medication, the side effect profiles and contraindications have not been studied. However, it is important not to use it more often than directed, as too much Vitamin B12 can cause health problems. And additional information from Roy in response to another post: ACTIONS: Dibencozide increases the protein efficiency coefficient, i.e., the percentage of bound nitrogen for protein build up in the body compared to ingested nitrogen with food intake. The initial sign of effectiveness is manifested by a marked increased in appetite. Thus, dibencozide: - facilitates optimum utilization of dietary protein intake - contributes to ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Wed, Jul 28 '10, 3:44 PM
 Exubera Insulin Recombinant Human
Insulin detemir is a long-acting human insulin analogue for maintaining the basal level of insulin. Novo Nordisk markets it under the trade name Levemir. It is an insulin analogue in which a fatty acid (myristic acid) is bound to the lysine amino acid at position B29. It is quickly absorbed after which it binds to albumin in the blood through its fatty acid at position B29. It then slowly dissociates from this complex. In a clinical study[1] that compared the efficacy and safety of using Leve...
How To Read Your Reply Post and who cansee it
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I'm not able to see my reply post and nothing regarding doctors in the tallahasse, florida community???Will this information be in another place???or is it in a blog??? ## Our present Governor Rick Scott has created a large liability to community Florida patient,doctor,pharmacist and hospitals and many more health plan sources. there are people in pain from injuries and cancer that are responsible with pain med that allow a small piece of quality life in elderly. we only want to enjoy family and grandchildren with the short life left to live. Can you understand that? let us turn this law around on you how would you handle this if it were you.I believe you once had an problem with addiction and we all know that you stole from the elderly in nursing homes. god help us if you are voted... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Cancer.
Fri, May 11 '12, 12:45 PM
 Levemir Insulin Detemir
Insulin detemir is a long-acting human insulin analogue for maintaining the basal level of insulin. Novo Nordisk markets it under the trade name Levemir. It is an insulin analogue in which a fatty acid (myristic acid) is bound to the lysine amino acid at position B29. It is quickly absorbed after which it binds to albumin in the blood through its fatty acid at position B29. It then slowly dissociates from this complex. In a clinical study[1] that compared the efficacy and safety of using Leve...
nitrofur mono
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urinary tract infection ## Not familiar with this drug. It was prescribed for a urinary tract infection. Please comment on nitrofur monoh. ## I was prescribed Nitrofur for a urinary tract infection, but for two and a half days with each dose I would vomit the entire contents of my stomach, as this was taken with food. ## I have taken Nitrofur a couple times, and each time I got very sick with flu like symptoms for about two days...fever, nausea. ## i was prescribed nitrofur, i vomited everytime i would take it, had stomach cramps, headaches 2 days after taking it. ## I took pills for urinary tract infection, but it never took infection away. I had to take other pills ## I have been on nitrofur for 2 days so far for a UTI and am having a reduction in symptoms but also a lot of fatigue fr... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Urinary System.
Tue, Mar 27 '12, 7:46 AM
 Nitroglycerin
The medical use of nitroglycerin began with the experiments of William Murrell, which were widely reported in 1879. The chemical nitroglycerin, which is commonly referred to as "glyceryl trinitrate" or "GTN" by the medical establishment to avoid alarming patients who associate nitroglycerin with explosions, is used to treat angina and heart failure. The mechanism of nitric oxide (NO) generation from GTN and the metabolic consequences of this bioactivation are still not entirely understood. ...
Oval tablet with 93 on one side & 58 on other side
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Found in teen's room ## This is a 50mg dose of a non-narcotic pain killer Tramdaol which is the generic for Ultram. But don't let the non narcotice thing fool you, they are still very strong and habit forming. ## Oh, I use this medication for severe pain associated with rheumatoid authritis. ## Yes, that is a normal use for this, it is derived from an opiate and this classified as such, however, it works more as an anti-inflammatory, and yes, it can still be habit forming. Oh and just am FYI, I can see you want to help people, but you might wish to check the thread dates from now on, as severeal of these that you have responded to are over 2 years old. ## Oh, I guess I should also clarify, that since this is derived from an opiate, as I said in my other post, they DO NOW classif... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Ultram.
Fri, Aug 10 '07, 2:55 AM
oxycontin doctor 15137
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I have lupus antiphospholipid syndrome,severe neuropathy,chronic severe pain. I have been on oxycontin and cortisone for ten years. I've had clot in Lund and lost most of right hand. These medications have not removed all pain but in ten years I have lowered my own dose twice and never asked for it to be increased. If it were not for this medication the pain would prevent me from being active. I was in army 10 years and scuba dived parasailing, white water rafting, I have always been active. I've had to stop some activities, but the worse thing to happen to me would have to be laying in bed, it would cause me to die quickly, activity is keeping me as healthy as I can be. I have never misused my medication and don't intend to. Unfortunately for insurance reasons, I was sent t... ...
Updated 8 months ago in OxyContin.
Tue, Apr 15 '14, 11:36 AM
yutopar aka ritodrine
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My husband and I have had our daughter which is now 30 tested for everything and the doctors can't seem to be able to give us a diagnosis, and things are not getting any better, my beautiful daughter has struggled and suffered so much and it breaks my heart to know that Yutopar that was given to me, which affected my baby and I knowing, my that daughter is the one who suffers from it on a daily basis. My second child is normal, and I did not take the drug while carring him. I would really like to talk to all of you, something needs to be done to care for these kids that are now adults that can not cope, sleep, eat, extremely depressed, sucidal thoughts, learning problems, unable to conform to society, lies, bi-polar, anti-social, can't function in everyday life and with everyday... ...
Updated 7 days ago in Ritodrine.
Mon, Dec 15 '14, 9:42 AM


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