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can i take regestrone tablet to postpone my periods? Does it affect my baby since I follow breast feeding?How long can I take this medicine? ## Regestrone contains the active ingredient Norethindrone, one of its uses is to postpone or regulate periods. As to how long you can take or if it will affect your baby and breast milk production, I do not have information on that. this site is not medical professionals, so I suggest you speak to your doctor regarding these issues. Some common side effects may include: irregular bleeding, nausea, headache and weight gain. Did you have any other questions? ## My Gync suggested me to take Regestrone tablet as i got early periods with in 21 days and suffering from heavy bleeding . She asked me to take the tablet 10days and 3 tablets a day. Will it g... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norethindrone.
Tue, Dec 20 '11, 12:11 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 193919
Tamoxifen & Hot Flushes
I am 51 and it is now a year since I had a lumpectomy. Prior to starting taking Tamoxifen I was having regular periods but since taking the tablets they have stopped which is great, however, the hot flushes are unbearable especially in this hot weather, they are embarrassing as I literally break out in a sweat. I have also put on a considerable amount of weight which I am finding hard to lose. Please could anyone advise how long the hot flushes are likely to go on for, is it 5 years? I hope not as I don't think I can cope with them. I have tried accupuncture which seemed to help with the flushes but it is relatively expensive as I think it is an ongoing problem. Also worried as a friend who finished taking Tamoxifen a year ago has had to have a hysterectomy due to thickening of the ... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Tamoxifen.
Mon, Jul 29 '13, 5:14 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 249594
sandoz & buprorion sr 150mg
was told by my pharmacist that Sandoz is no longer manufacturing buproprion - I can find no information to substantiate this - anyone have any info? ## No, I can't find anything to substantiate that, either. Sometimes, for a pharmacy, making such a claim really means that they just haven't been able to obtain it, perhaps their current supplier stopped carrying it, or the price changed and they just no longer want to have to order it in. Unfortunately, while some are very helpful to their customers and will go out of their way to make sure to order in your preferred or needed medications, there is nothing that obligates them to do so. Have you had a problem with the product from other manufacturers? Learn more Bupropion details here. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Bupropion.
Mon, Jun 10 '13, 3:00 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 247578
Wysolone 20 Mg Side effects 5 days usage
Will there be any side effects of using wysolone 20 mg daily in thi night for 5 days? ## Every medication carries the risk of side effects, regardless of how long you take it. Wysolone contains the active ingredient Prednisolone, it is a corticosteroid. The possible side effects can include: headache, fluid retention, weight gain and muscle weakness. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have right ear hearing problem. My right nerve sensing report was shown negative. ENT Dr recommended me to take Wysolone 20 X 3 = 60 mg 1 time aftr food / ZOVIRAX 800 mg 5 times a day and Rabonik 20 empty stomach FOR 7 days. Today is 5 th day.Now I can start hearing from Right Ear but some time I get different sound from Right ear. Shd I continue for 7 days and visit Dr or can go tomo... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Prednisolone.
Mon, Oct 01 '12, 1:00 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 226313
Doctors Willing To Prescribe Pain Meds In Garner Nc
I need a new doctor that will prescribe pain meds for chronic pain. I have been on them for 5-6years now. I can travel a distance. I have paperwork documenting all of this, but can not find a doctor will to give them. HELP> ## Unfortunately, no one can know ahead of time what a doctor is or is not willing to prescribe, as that is based on the doctor's discretion and not solely on someone else's previous appointment. Some advice I can give you is to not specifically ask for any 'specific medication' when you see a new doctor. Make sure to transfer or take a copy of all your medical records with you. Then, the best approach is to discuss up front and honestly what has or hasn't worked for you in the past. Most doctors will take it under consideration and hear you o... ...
Updated 1 month ago.
Wed, May 28 '14, 7:54 AM   9  Subscribe to thread 229952
What Are The Side Effects Of Lexamil
Does Leximal give you sinusitis and make you feel off balance and sometimes dizzy ## Some of Lexamil's common side effects may include: nausea, dry mouth, headache and weight gain. This is not a complete list of possible side effects (just the most common); you can however view more info on this drug and other side effects in the link below: NOTE: In the link above, you may need to scroll down to the section called Adverse Effects. Do you have any other questions or comments concerning this drug? Please post back if you do. ## Thank you for the reply. I am trying to get off Leximal. Starting drinking 5mg for about a month now. I am currently on 5mg every second day and from next week it will be every 3rd day and so on until I am completly off it. (I have dicussed this with my doctor... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Tue, Dec 17 '13, 1:06 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 220181
Find A Doctor tampa fla who prescribes xanax
I need a physician in tampa fla who prescribes xanax ## In most cases, due to the new laws that went into effect at the beginning of the year, if you require it for long-term treatment, you'll be required to see a specialist, such as a Psychiatrist. Except for in certain rare cases, severe restrictions are being placed on how long general practitioners can prescribe such medications. Have you taken it before via a doctor's prescription? Do you have a doctor that you see regularly that may be able to refer you somewhere? Learn more Xanax details here. ## I asked you before, what are these new laws? Are these new State laws? What are the new prescribing limits from the General Practitioner? Xanax has not been re classified or scheduled in our Country. Do you have any links availab... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Xanax.
Wed, Dec 25 '13, 11:37 PM   6  Subscribe to thread 242821
Hydrocodone yellow Norco 10 325 availability
I have a prescription for the yellow norco10 325.I've taken these for years and now I can't get them .the white ones does not help.I have Arthritis very bad and I really need to know who still carries them in the Mansfield,Arlington,Tx area. I'm 70 and these are the only ones that helps without me having to sleep my life away on the stronger pain meds.that I have taken. i'm 70 so I'll probably be sleeping soon enough. SO in the mean time I would like to have my yellow norco10 325 back. ## Hello, Della! How are you? The white ones with the NORCO 539 marking on them are the same as the yellow, it's just that the manufacturer has removed the dye from them. The yellow are no longer being made. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming ... ...
Updated 28 days ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Jun 25 '14, 6:20 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 263771
loprin 75 mg
so far ny wife is prescribed : TG TOR 20 mg 1 tab/day Deplatt 20 mg 1 tab/day Coversyl Plus 1 tab/day Depin Retard 20 mg 1 tab/day she had a partial block in left Carotid vain. but yesterday, we received: LOPRIN 75 mg for Depin Retard and ZOSTA 10 mg for TG TOR. are they ok? ## Loprin is a low dose aspirin to slow clotting of the blood ## Yes, that is odd. Depin Retard contains the active ingredient Nifedipine, which is an anti-anginal medication and the Lopin is, as Donna said, Aspirin, used as a blood thinner. They are not interchangeable. The TG TOR contains Atorvastatin and the Zosta contains Simvastatin, they are in the same class of medications and are used to lower cholesterol, so switching from one to the other here isn't really a problem. Who made the switch? Was it ordered... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Aspirin.
Sun, Feb 20 '11, 8:17 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 211707
sambong re-leaf forte 500mg
sambong re-leaf forte can also help to cured the clamidia? ## i have a kidney stone on both kidney measuring 1.1cm it is possible to dissolve by taking 3x a day of 500mg sambong forte and sodium bicarbonate? as my doctor's prescription ## i have a fatty liver and follyps gall is possible to cure my illness with this sambung relief forte.its been 5mnths already that i have this kind of problems.thank you very much.. ## I am taking 2 tablets os Sambong releaf 3x a day. Will it really help in dissolving my kidney stones? ## is sambong can cure fatty liver and gallstones? pls inform me im starting taking sambong now. ## i just bought sambong re leaf forte 500 mg because i frequently urinate at night. can i use this without doctors advice just as a supplement and how many can ... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Sodium Bicarbonate.
Thu, Jan 16 '14, 6:53 AM   8  Subscribe to thread 198152
selace forte capsules
marron capsules ## This medication is unavailable in the U.S. and I am sorry to say that other countries do not regulate their prescription drugs as strictly as the FDA does. That said, finding information on them is very difficult, since there are no databases which list them all, like there are for U.S. prescription drugs. The only thing I can suggest is that you try asking your doctor or pharmacist for more information. ## I am a pharmacist, Tanzanian running my pharmacy in Dar es Salaam. Our pharmacy is one month old now. Four prescriptions have come to us regarding selace tabs, have traced it in several shops in town with no success. Where can I get this drug here in Dar es Salaam? ## From what I have found, this is a drug found in parts of the world such as India, Nepal, etc. Info... ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Fri, Aug 01 '08, 10:42 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 176659
Suboxone Patch
i know there is a subutex patch, but was wondering whether there was a suboxone patch ## i live in perth w.a. and would like to kno if anyone has heard of or are on suboxone patches and is there such a thing. ## No, there are no Suboxone patches available that I am aware of and I did a search, to double check, and am not finding any listed as being available. Are there any other questions or comments? ## thanx ,i didnt think there was such a product. Was indeed hoping there was... ## Hi, there are no Suboxone patches, but there is the Butrans patch which is made of a similar chemical composition - an opiate that avoids stimulating the opiate receptors (no tolerance) and blocks all other narcotics from the receptor sites. For those of us who require daily pain management it is a win/win ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Suboxone.
Thu, May 15 '14, 8:09 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 227507
im takin 75mg of synthroid an im tryin to get pregnant my doctor is tellin me to wait i have this tingling feeling in my pinky finger an gaining weight like crazy someone help ## been taking levothyroxine for about 2 weeks now and i feel and look so haggard. no mateer how much i take care of myself and good hygiene. i would still look wasted and i also started having pimpleand whiteheads breakout. i just hate this but there nothin that i can do, still have two more weeks to go, afterwards another follow-up check with my doctor whether to continue the treatment or everything is okay. ## Everything you are describing are both normal effects of having a Thyroid condition, as well as those that can be cause from starting this medication. this site is not medical professionals, so I can only... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Levothyroxine.
Sat, Nov 30 '13, 1:02 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 197699
Was There a KONSYL recall?
Has there been a recall on this product? ## Hi, CatLady! I haven't found any information saying that there is a current recall on it. The last one I found listed was due to a labeling problem and occurred in 2011. However, since this isn't an item that completely falls under command of the FDA, the company isn't actually required to log a recall notice with them or any particular entity. Recalls are actually voluntary and up to their discretion, unless it's due to an issue that has the potential to be very dangerous. Did you try asking at your local stores to see if it was recalled or if they are just out of stock? ## Verwon, thanks for your info. I was inquiring for a friends and have passed on the info. Appreciate it. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Konsyl Fiber.
Tue, Jun 18 '13, 12:10 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 247949
weight gain & safety
Is there a problem with weight gain taking neurotin? Also, I was told it is not a safe drug and has had several lawsuits. ## NEURONTIN FOR MOOD DISORDER ## You are for sure going to gain weight and NEVER feel full on it. Lyrica and gabitril are just the same also you will feel HOT like you are going to catch a fire. ONE NASTY MEDICATION ## I've taken both medications. The Neurotin didn't help at all but I've been on the Lycria for several months now. I've had minor weight gain but have never felt like I was going to catch on fire or even a hot flash. Both of these med's have been used for years. The best thing to do is speak with your doctor. ## The effects of drugs vary from person to person, there is no way of knowing if it will cause side effects or weight gain fo... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Neurontin.
Sun, Oct 14 '12, 6:45 AM   11  Subscribe to thread 173880
color of sertraline 100 mg tab
sertraline HCL 50 mg has a blue coating, which I wipe off. I am allergic to dyes. Is the color on the 100 mg just a coating also? ## Hi, Carlene! Unfortunately, I can't provide you with an answer, yet. This is due to the fact that Sertraline is a generic and is manufactured by different companies, so I don't know which specific tablets you're asking about. But, what I can tell you is that there are some that don't have a coating, they are just white tablets. Thus, you may be better served to just make your pharmacy aware of your dye allergy, so they can provide you with tablets that have no dye in them and no coating. However, if you really want to check on the ones from the same manufacturer, I will gladly do so, if you can post back with the name of the manufacturer or... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Sertraline.
Tue, Jun 18 '13, 9:04 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 247910
i have head injury m taking encorate crono 500mg for more than 1 year. what actually is its function and does it have any side effects except acidity? ## Encorate Crono contains the active ingredient Divalproex Sodium, it is most commonly used to help prevent seizures caused by Epilepsy or brain injury. The likelihood of your experiencing many more side effects, after having been on it for a year, is pretty low, unless you had to go to a higher dosage. Howeever, side effects can include; nausea, dizziness, decrease in coordination and loss of appetite. Read more: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## i m under the medication of encorate chromr 200mg,twice daily.i think,owing to it i m suffering from loss of appetite and acidity.what to do ## I M UNDER THIS MEDICATION FROM LAST ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Divalproex Sodium.
Fri, Sep 02 '11, 2:14 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 207846
montelukast and levocetrizine dihydrochloride tablets ## Montelukast with Levocetirizine is a combination antihistamine medication used to treat allergies. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dry throat. Learn more: Are there any questions or comments? ## I sneeze everyday continuously at regular intervals, i have been prescribed with montelukast and levocetirizine dihydrochloride tablets, after taking them i don't sneeze, but when I'm off the medicine my sneezing returns, is it advisable to continue this medicine or should i try something else? ## Hi Divya Even I have in past developed this dependency on Lekast. At that time, I lived in Delhi and I had acute allergy from dust, pollution, and changing weather. I consulted a Homeopathy doctor (Dr Bi... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Montelukast.
Thu, Dec 19 '13, 3:48 AM   6  Subscribe to thread 210289
The Lesser of Two Evils
I had radiation and chemo for a tumour situated in the anal canal. The treatments caused chronic nerve pain in that area. My doctor prescribed Lyrica. It started with pain under my feet and my hands. Now my whole body, joints and muscles are affected. I get up in the morning and my whole body is stiff with pain. I also experience blurry vision, memory loss and cannot carry a simple conversation. I have gained 30plds. My Doctor now has diagnosed me fibromalgia and osteo arthritis due to the trauma of my cancer treatments. He continually shrugs it off that its not due to the Lyrica. I know that is what has caused all of these ailments. It has altered my whole life. I will be my own advocate from here on. Please let me know what you think! ## It is not normal for the Lyrica to cause such i... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Lyrica.
Tue, Apr 24 '12, 11:06 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 229284
Bellergal S-tabs
As a gynecologist, I used to prescribe Bellergal S-tabs for vasomotor symptoms of menopause with varying success. Over the years (35+ in practice) I just got out of the habit, and I forgot why. Now I'd like to add it back into my black bag as an alternative therapeutic choice and lo and behold, it seems to be off the market! I've searched for 30 minutes now, and still haven't been able to find the exact dose of belladonna/ergotamine/phenobarbital the S-tabs used to have. Can anyone help? ## Hi, Harry! How are you? There were some FDA crackdowns regarding some of these types of medications that involved unapproved substances, or unapproved dosages. Companies were ordered to remove them from the market, until safety could be proven with testing. The bad thing about that was th... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Bellergal.
Wed, Nov 06 '13, 4:34 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 251175

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