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aurobindo pharma adderall
i am starting to get really scared. If these made it past quality control, past the FDA, what about the medicines my parents take? What about my birth control (also generic)? These things are going into my body, every day -- in addition to not working, what if they harm me worse than just bad migraines and dizziness? It is obviously a fake, and I bet none of us will be reimbursed. I am furious! ## Hello, Boop! How are you? I think there are some details you aren't aware. A tablet that doesn't work as well for you as a prior one may very well have passed quality control and not had any problem being approved, because generic medications are allowed to differ from the name brand by as much as plus or minus 20% of the active ingredient. In most cases the difference is insignificant... ...
Updated 23 days ago in Adderall.
Mon, Oct 27 '14, 5:31 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 275760
possible celexa overdose
Hi, I take 40 mgs of celexa a day, however, mistaking it for another one of my scripts ( silly me for not looking at the label) I may have taken as much as 200 mgs. Is it possible NOT to have any side effects? I've been on Celexa for at least 5 years and I still get that brain zapping on the 40 so its possible I need to go up anyway ( but of course not to 200) ## FYI - nothing happened ## Hello, Laseven! How are you doing? I'm very glad that nothing untoward happened. However, there could be some risk of some type of organ damage, though it's not very high, but in light of that, I think you should contact your doctor and let them know. They may need to do some blood work to check your liver and kidney function, just to be safe. Learn more Celexa details here. Are there any o... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Celexa.
Thu, Nov 21 '13, 5:27 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 255842
Stamlo Beta Side Effects
I am a regular user of Stamlo beta and recently ankle pain has developed in my left toe. Further in recent blood test creatinine serum value is also found 1.43mg/dl against max limit of 1.2mg/dl. Pl advise whether it is side effect of this. My doctor has changed the medicine to Telma 40. ## Stamlo contains the active ingredient Amlodipine and yes, in some people it has been known to cause the type of problems you were experiencing. So, in this case, your doctor did the right thing by changing your medication. The Telma contains the active ingredient Telmisartan, which is an ARB and is also used to control high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. It may also cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. Learn more: Are there any other questions? ##... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Amlodipine.
Wed, Apr 09 '14, 12:01 AM   7  Subscribe to thread 219921
teflon pearls
for ear and throat congestion ## They are actually called Tessalon Perles and they contain the active ingredient Benzonatate. THEY DO NOT TREAT CONGESTION! This is a type of topical anisthetic that helps prevent cough . ## ## You're correct. IT WORKS, TOO! One of my Allergist friends who literally grew up in a drugstore (his Dad owned the neighborhood pharmacy "back in the day"swears by them and, like me, he is not afraid to write for Controlled Substances when necessary. This doc is the only physician (other than my dermatologist) I know who orders "extemporaneous" prescriptions. (About 15 years ago, I had a bad case of Asthmatic Bronchitis; in addition to the antibiotic — which I chose because I take Coumadin and know more than he does about inte... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tessalon Perles.
Thu, Dec 06 '12, 12:49 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 184289
green capsule ## please send me info on dinitel ## This is not a prescription medication available in the US, so I cannot find any information on it. ## Dinitel is availible in the least in Barbados pharmacies i'm not too sure if they provide mail order about 55bds per box containing 60 capsules. Been on it for at least 5 yrs and it curbs your appetite but you don't lose the weight after a while. ## well am 21 and ive used it 2yrs straight it has no sign effect but it does not allow u to loose the wieght if u eat every in site. all it needs is a little effort from u and it really works. it gives u the boost that u looking for to jump start your slimming down. it worked for me and i think it could work for u. remember teenagers go through alot more than u think whe... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Wed, Dec 29 '10, 9:30 AM   10  Subscribe to thread 175730
How Long Does It Take Hydrochlorot To Leave Your System
I've had a drug reaction to hydrochlorot. My body has broken out in hives and I'm extremely itchy despite the use of a medicated cream and Benedryl every 4 hours. How long does it take for the drug to leave my system after taking it for 4 weeks? ## This drug has a relatively short half life of anywhere between 5-15 hours after your last dose. Generally, by the time 5 half lives have gone by, the drug is effectively out of your system. Taking the maximum half of the drug (15 hours) and multiplying it by 5 half lives, gives you a total of 75 hours or roughly 3 days max that it will remain in your system (after your last dose). Does this information help? ## If you were on it for that long, it may take a week, or more for the reaction to taper off. Have things improved by now? ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Fri, Mar 30 '12, 9:39 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 224813
hydrocodone side effect: pin-point pupils
Thank you for this very supportive forum! I hope someone can ease my worried mind. I had wrist surgery ten days ago during which time a titanium plate and screws were attached to the broken bone(s). I was prescribed Hydrocodone/Acetominopen (5/325) for pain, but used only six of the 20 tablets during the past ten days. I've had pin-point pupils since that time --which I hope can be attributed to the Hydrocodone. Is it possible that using six tablets in ten days could cause this side effect? If so, how long can I expect this condition to last? Incidentally, I called my pharmacy today, the surgeon's office, and my primary care doctor --and no one knew that Hydrocodone could cause pin-point pupils. My GP wants me to see him on Monday so he can order neurologic testing! Please help!... ...
Updated 23 hours ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Nov 19 '14, 3:53 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 276919
tramadol amneal vs mylan
all our pharms here have switched to amneal.doesnt do a thing except give a headache. brand does make a differance.the mylan works great. ## Yes, there can be differences in generic medications. Once a medication is available to be made a generic, it is allowed to differ, in the active ingredient, from the name brand by as much as plus or minus 20%. The FDA considers this an acceptable therapeutic window. The problem that you can run into, of course, is that generics do not have to measure against each other, just against the name brand. This means that while one generic may be high quality and contain 100mgs of a given medication, another generic may only contain 80mgs and another could contain 120mgs. Not everyone is sensitive to such changes and most people don't even notice, how... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tramadol.
Tue, Jun 18 '13, 7:37 AM   11  Subscribe to thread 214845
What Is Informed Rx
What is "informed Rx" as referred to by the app at The App Store? ## Hi Bill, The publisher's description of the app states the following: "The informedRx iPhone app features your prescription information anytime, anywhere. Register for the informedRx app or use your member login to access your prescription benefits. View medication history; Locate participating pharmacies; GPS enabled; Compare drug costs and find lower-cost alternatives; Learn about drug side effects; Organize and set reminders for prescription and over the counter drugs; Manage your medical contacts; Receive fill and prior authorization notifications. This app is free for plan members to make healthy and cost effective choices!" I'm not sure if it actually costs money to be a member or if it is... ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Thu, Mar 29 '12, 10:52 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 228759
Adderall Jaw Clenching
I notice jaw clenching too, i will "catch" myself doing it and stop immediately but by the time i notice im doing it ive already noticed my teeth and jaw hurt and i dont know what i can do to keep myself from doing something that i dont even know im doing until i feel some pain, im too focused on what im doing when i take my adderall to realize that i shouldnt be clenching, and i know my dose isnt too much because i can still get easily distracted if i let myself ## Well, Adderall does contain Amphetamine salts and such stimulants can sometimes cause these types of problems. The jaw clenching, however, could result in some problems, such as dental damage or problems in your jaw joints. Your best bet may be to consult a dentist, as they may have more ideas on what you can do to h... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Adderall.
Fri, Jul 01 '11, 10:13 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 216710
doctors who prescribe methadone in myrtle beach sc
I need methadone and take it daily at the clinic. I cannot afford the 12 dollars a day for me and my wife. What are my other options? Are there any free clicks or doctors who can write it for me. I may be able to get the medication covered on my insurance. ## Hello, Mark! How are you? I'm sorry, but for addiction treatment, a clinic is your only option. A regular doctor isn't allowed to prescribe it for that. And the clinics also have to have you come in regularly. Eventually, you should be able to have some take-homes, but no, they can't write you a prescription for it. 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. I'm sorry, I wish I had better new... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Methadone.
Thu, Jun 12 '14, 4:51 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 266821
pain control
Hi i am looking for a doctor who specializes in treatment for severe lower back pain..i live in columbus ohio and have been receiving oxy 15 mg..for female problems..but because of these new laws my dr said i needed to find a new dr for pain management ## what new laws are you talking about? ## My doctor told me i had to start seeing a pain specialist and he could no longer prescribe me the meds i have i have been receiving because he was my ob gyn..any ideas on what to do or who to go or see for these type of meds ## Danielle is correct about the information she's received from her doctor. Due to increased instances of improper prescribing and over prescribing of controlled substance medications, new stricter regulations have been put in place to discourage most doctors from prescr... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Pain Relief.
Mon, Jun 02 '14, 5:02 PM   6  Subscribe to thread 246588
ambien and crystal meth
hi,my 54 year old sister wants to lose weight, it is unbelievable to me that she wants to use methamphetamine. She has never taken that drug As a teenager she tried and didn't like marijuana or beer like the rest of us. Always positive and always encouraging others. she is only 4ft.10 inches and is hitting 230. If you saw pictures of her from less than 10 years ago you wouldn't recognize her. Her son died a slow painful bone cancer death, Andrew, he was only 26. He died in her arms. I'm beyond heartbroken, Chris, my sister we are talking about and I grew up in the same Orphanage, and foster home she is 2 years older than me. When she left at eighteen, I followed her,she could have went to mars and I would have followed her. She only met her mother a couple of times. My siste... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Ambien.
Sat, Nov 23 '13, 2:37 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 255918
Side effects of Omnacortil, Pengraf, Dytor
My wife is suffering from MCD (Minimal Change Disease) and has been prescribed the above drugs by the Nephrologist. However, she has started experiencing acute cramps all over her legs and hands. Please advice or share experience. ## I am not a medical doctor but have some understanding of the diuretic due to use of these on my parents. The cramps are a result of loss of potassium due to use of Lasix type of diuretic, and reduced loss of potassium due to use of Dytor type of diuretic. Normally potassium chloride is recommended to substitute for potassium loss and to take care of the cramps. My advice is to see a good physician and get an opinion on this. Cramps are highly debilitating and painful and hence I am responding to this. My mother who had been on prolonged dytor use had cramps... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lasix.
Wed, Apr 03 '13, 4:34 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 241908
Im on co-diovan 160 and bilocor 5mg twice a day + trepelene 25mg. My docter prescribed demetrin 10mg twice a day. I want to know if it is safe to use all these medications together. ## I haven't found any interaction information on Demetrin (Prazepam), but as far as the others go, there are potentially unsafe interactions found between all of your medications. Quoted below are the precautions you should be aware of: The following applies to: Trepiline (amitriptyline) and Co-diovan (valsartan + hydrochlorothiazide)… "Hydrochlorothiazide and amitriptyline may have additive effects in lowering your blood pressure. You may experience headache, dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting, and/or changes in pulse or heart rate. These side effects are most likely to be seen ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diovan.
Thu, Feb 28 '13, 5:31 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 242984
Sleep issues & Bed wetting
My son is 6yo and started taking Intumiv two weeks ago. Started at 1mg and now we're at 3mg. It is working great for his ADHD and behavioral aggression but he is waking up in the middle of the night 3-5 times and staying awake saying he can't sleep. Sometimes he wakes up screaming and crying like in a panic but can't really express what's wrong. Since it's summer and he is having such bad nights I let him sleep and he sleeps like a rock from about 6am till 11am. I even made him wake up early and not nap thinking that was the problem but we got the same night time results. He is also wetting the bed several times a week which is totally abnormal. Any advice would be great! ## Hello, Kristina! How is he doing? This medication can cause most of these as side effects, in... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Intuniv.
Sat, Jun 28 '14, 7:55 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 267823
family planing
Hi, I was on depo for 2 years and my last short was in january,I stoped because my husband and I are planing to have a baby, so my quastion is; can oralcon help me to conceive faster? If not, can folic acid help? Or how long can I wait to get pregnant naturaly after stopping depo? ## I am no Dr but I do know they use folic acid in induced misscarriages ## Folic Acid will not cause a miscarriage! It is given in high doses during pregnancy, because it is a vital nutrient and a deficiency in it can cause birth defects. Please disregard that statement as it is completely misleading. Oralcon is an oral contraceptive that prevents pregnancy, it is not going to help you get pregnant. Neither will Folic Acid, it just has the role I've stated above. And it may take a few months being off of ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Folic Acid.
Tue, Jul 30 '13, 10:37 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 249106
can someone on lisinopril be switched to diovan or norvasc
i am taking lisinoril 10mg qd can i be taken off lisinopril and put on diovan160/10 OR Norvasc 10 mg? ## Well, it really depends on your medical history, any other conditions you are under treatment for and any other medications you are on. All 3 of the medications you mentioned are in different classes, so they work in different ways to help lower blood pressure or prevent heart failure. Lisinopril works by relaxing the blood vessels and it is an effective med for many people. Norvasc, which contains the active ingredient Amlodipine is a long-acting calcium channel blocker. And Diovan contains the active ingredient Valsartan, which is an Angiotensin II Receptor Agonist. There are many things that can affect which one is most effective for you and, for some people, only a combination... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lisinopril.
Sat, Aug 28 '10, 11:01 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 207843
fluconase ## WHAT IS FLUCONASE ## Hi Jackie, Based on my research, Fluticasone (also know as Fluconase or Flonase) is used to relieve seasonal and year-round, allergic and non-allergic nasal symptoms such as stuffy/runny nose, itching, and sneezing. This medication belongs to a class of drugs known as corticosteroids. It works by reducing swelling (inflammation) in the nasal passages. Some side effects include: Nasal dryness/irritation, nausea, or vomiting may occur. If any of these effects persist or worsen, tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly. Contact your doctor immediately if you have any serious side effects, including: severe nosebleeds, pain in your nose, eye pain, white patches in your nose/back of your throat, painful swallowing, persistent sore throat. Learn More: Flonase ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Fluticasone.
Tue, Feb 26 '13, 12:19 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 177469
sleep trouble
Hi there. My son is 9, just started 18 mg of Concerta 3 days ago. Already he has had trouble sleeping. Didn't fall of til close to midnight and lost at least 3 hrs. of his usual sleep. I'm worried this is going to be counterproductive for him. Any advice? Thank you! ## It is a stimulant medication, so it can cause insomnia, especially when someone first starts taking it. This is a side effect that should wear off in a few weeks, after his body adjusts to the medication. I do, however, understand your concern, as this can be disruptive in many ways, especially to his education, so you might wish to speak to his doctor if it continues, he may need a low dosage or a different medication. What time of day is he taking it? It is usually best that it be taken in the morning, so the wo... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Concerta.
Tue, Oct 26 '10, 4:15 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 209947

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