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sleeping pills
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I am searching for some of the famous brands of sleeping pills available in the market. Pl. Inform me about their names. I will be highley obeliged to you ## We used G-Monster Saturday night; I used one serving and so did my girlfriend. My girlfriend got totally different effects from the product than I did. I just got relaxed and chill; as I do when I did a cap of scoop, but my girlfriend said it was too trippy for her, if we were at a club I think she would have wigged out. Should she cut down the dosage or do women feel different effects from some products than men? ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Fri, Nov 13 '09, 3:04 AM
 Mephobarbital
Methylphenobarbital (INN), also known as mephobarbital (USAN, JAN) and mephobarbitone (BAN), marketed under brand names such as Mebaral, Mephyltaletten, Phemiton, and Prominal, is a drug which is a barbiturate derivative and is used primarily as an anticonvulsant,[1] but also as a sedative and anxiolytic. It is the N-methylated analogue of phenobarbital and has similar indications, therapeutic value, and tolerability. Contents 1 Approval history 2 Overdose 3 See also 4 References ...
 Sodium Sulamyd Sulfacetamide
Sulfacetamide is a sulfonamide antibiotic. Uses Sulfacetamide 10% topical lotion, sold under the brand name Klaron or Ovace, is approved for the treatment of acne and seborrheic dermatitis.[1] When combined with sulfur, it is sold under the brand names Plexion, Clenia, Prascion, and Avar, which contain 10% sulfacetamide and 5% sulfur.[2][3][4][5] Sulfacetamide has been investigated for use in the treatment of pityriasis versicolor[6] and rosacea.[7] It may also have anti-inflammatory proper...
 Sulfacetamide
Sulfacetamide is a sulfonamide antibiotic. Uses Sulfacetamide 10% topical lotion, sold under the brand name Klaron or Ovace, is approved for the treatment of acne and seborrheic dermatitis.[1] When combined with sulfur, it is sold under the brand names Plexion, Clenia, Prascion, and Avar, which contain 10% sulfacetamide and 5% sulfur.[2][3][4][5] Sulfacetamide has been investigated for use in the treatment of pityriasis versicolor[6] and rosacea.[7] It may also have anti-inflammatory proper...
 FML S Liquiflim Fluorometholone + Sulfacetamide
Sulfacetamide is a sulfonamide antibiotic. Uses Sulfacetamide 10% topical lotion, sold under the brand name Klaron or Ovace, is approved for the treatment of acne and seborrheic dermatitis.[1] When combined with sulfur, it is sold under the brand names Plexion, Clenia, Prascion, and Avar, which contain 10% sulfacetamide and 5% sulfur.[2][3][4][5] Sulfacetamide has been investigated for use in the treatment of pityriasis versicolor[6] and rosacea.[7] It may also have anti-inflammatory proper...
discount cards
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Walgreen keeps telling me that I am on my own to find my own discount card to assist on my oxycodone 30mg. ir because my insurance does not cover it at all. They do not seem to want to give me any names because I do not even know where to start. I have also heard that they are not going to accept discount cards. l would appreciate any assistance you could offer. I cannot afford to pick up the whole monthly cost, which will be 200.00 dollars, along with my other meds. ## Hello, SheeShee! How are you? I'm very sorry about the problem that you're having. Unfortunately, since this is a generic, there is no assistance program for it and, as a controlled substance, I'm also not finding any discounts available for it. The only thing I can find discount for is the name brand Oxycont... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Aug 14 '14, 3:17 PM
Phenobarbitol
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DO THEY STILL PRESCRIPE PHENOBARBITOL WHERE CAN I GET SOME FOR SLEEP ## Yes, this medication is still prescribed. My research says that it is actually the most widely used anticonvulsant worldwide, and the oldest still commonly used. Some common brand names for this medication include: Luminal and Solfoton. You'd have to give your local pharmacy a call or visit to make sure they can have it ready for you (provided you have a valid prescription for it from your doctor). That is the only legal way to get some here in the U.S. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Anticonvulsant.
Wed, Oct 19 '11, 1:11 PM
Nalbuphine inj.
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I live in Los Angeles, Ca. Im trying to get Nalbuphine inj, The pharmacys dont have it.. Do someone know where to get it around here.... thanks ## Nalbuphine is a semi-synthetic opioid used commercially as an analgesic under a variety of trade names, including Nubain. Have you tried looking for various brand names of this medication? Pharmacies such as Walgreens should easily be able to mail order it with your prescription if they don't have it in stock. I would also inquire about this service as a last resort. Hope this helps! ## contact xxxxx@xxx {edited for privacy} can help ## hi, looking through the forum for nubain I noticed you post, "can help". Possibly and hopefuly you can help me too. after a severe motorcycle accident I have been suffering with progressive, intrac... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Nalbuphine.
Wed, Sep 17 '14, 7:53 PM
Pink Watson 502
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I have taken 7.5mg hydrocodone for pain in the past, the only effect being the absence of pain. Took one about 3 hrs. ago for a toothache and......it KNOCKED ME OUT! Had to lie down, slept for about two and a half hours, and I'm still really groggy. The ones I've taken in the past were not 'Watson 502', and I'm wondering why this one affected me so differently. ## Hi Leslie, When you switch brand names or manufacturers, the drug itself doesn't change, but rather the binders or fillers that they put with it. For this very reason, I believe the differences in side effects you are feeling have a lot to do with certain "inactive" ingredients that may or may not be present in each brand. I'm frustratingly surprised that doctor's and pharmacists don'... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Nov 28 '12, 7:07 PM
Briny Eye Drops
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Several years ago a doctor recommended over the counter "briny" eyedrops which I found to be helpful in managing "sandpapery" feeling eyes. Now I would like to use these eyedrops again but I cannot remember the name. I seem to recall they started with UR (not sure). Any ideas? ## No eye drops I found started with "UR", but the following are names of eye drops that I felt most closely matched your description: Murine eye drops (these are made from urine) Brolene eye drops Brimo eye drops Could it have been some sort of foreign brand? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Eye Drops.
Thu, Jan 24 '13, 11:41 PM
Caffeine Pills
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I am looking for Caffeine Pill Brand names available in India. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Caffeine.
Thu, Mar 31 '11, 12:54 AM
 Aspirin, ASA + Caffeine + Orphenadrine
Orphenadrine (sold under the brand names Norflex, Mephenamin, Disipal, Banflex, Flexon, Biorphen, Brocasipal, Dolan, Norgesic, OrfenAce, and others) is an anticholinergic drug of the ethanolamine antihistamine class with prominent central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral actions used to treat painful muscle spasms and other similar conditions, as well as the treatment of some aspects of Parkinson's disease. It is closely related to diphenhydramine. Therefore, it is related to other drugs u...
m small white round scored 93 over 41
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small pill that is scored in the middle with a 93 on the top and 41 on bottom. ## This is Clomid. A drug used to stimulate ovulation ## Just wanted to add some more information to the pill in question: The full name of this specific pill is Clomiphene citrate (50 mg tablet). Other brand names include Clomid or Clomifert. Common adverse drug reactions associated with the use of clomifene (1% of patients) include: vasomotor flushes (or hot flashes ), abdominal discomfort, visual blurring (dose-dependent), and/or reversible ovarian enlargement and cyst formation. Infrequent adverse effects (0.11% of patients) include: abnormal uterine bleeding, nausea, and/or vomiting. Rare adverse effects (<0.1% of patients) include: reversible alopecia and/or ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. Clomif... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Clomid.
Fri, Jun 24 '11, 8:38 PM
Is Isosorbide the Same As Isorb Mono
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Why are there so many names relating to Isosorbide? Are they all the same medication? ## Hi Desi, Each of these names correspond to the same drug. I'm not sure why it has so many names though. It's a bit excessive in my opinion, but I can only assume that they are all different brand names from different manufacturers. This medication is used in the treatment of heart failure, angina pectoris prophylaxis, and esophageal spasm. Read More: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0000660/ I hope this helps! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Heart (Cardiac).
Sat, Aug 25 '12, 8:52 PM
which antibiotic is best for phlegm
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Dear sir my son of 16 years is suffering with severe cold cough running nose and more phlegm. Pls suggest medicines available in tamilnadu India. Either the brand names or molecule compositions. I will be so grateful to you sir. ...
Updated 2 months ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Thu, Nov 13 '14, 10:23 PM
Triprolidine And Pseudoephedrine
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is pseudoephedrine 60mg with triopolidine 2.5mg a banned drug in india ## No, from what I am finding listed, it is available in India, under several brand names, as well as being available as a generic. Some of the brand names include Actifed, Isofed, Megatuss-D and Rhinosoz. Learn more Pseudoephedrine details here. Learn more Tripolodine details here. Are you having trouble finding it there? ## where i could find Pseudoephedrine + Tripolodine combination medicine? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Triprolidine.
Tue, Feb 05 '13, 7:54 AM
White Round Pill C D Over C On One Side
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approx 7mm in diameter, one side is plain the other has a line across with CD on the top and C below the line. ## Hi Peggy, The closest match I've been able to find is Co-codamol with (8mg) of Codeine + (500mg) of Acetaminophen. It is a round white pill with CO over COD. Do you think this could be your pill? Co-codamol (BAN) is a compound analgesic consisting of a combination of codeine phosphate and paracetamol (acetaminophen). Co-codamol tablets are used for the relief of mild to moderate pain when paracetamol or NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, aspirin or naproxen alone do not sufficiently relieve a patient's symptoms. Co-codamol is marketed under various brand names in addition to the generic name. Side effects: Side effects can include constipation, skin rashes, dizziness, sedatio... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Codeine.
Sun, Jun 30 '13, 1:10 PM
English medication name to Spanish
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I'm trying to find out what the Spanish names are for the medication I take. Will be moving the Central America and need to know the Spanish names for all the medications I take. ## What medications are they? Without knowing that, I really can't help you. However, if you can post back with more details, I'll gladly do some research and see what I can find to help. :-) ## Could you tell me the equivilent tablet to rosuva in spain ## Synthroid, Pravastatin, hydrochlorothiazide, Premarin, verapamil HCL Er, lorazepam, Trazodona. Thank you for any help you can give me.. ## @Lynn, I wasn't able to locate a spanish name for all of your medications, but what I did find is posted below: Synthroid (Spanish name: Eutirox) Pravastatin (Mexican Brand Names: Astin; Brakhor; Brufincol;... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Synthroid.
Thu, Mar 14 '13, 1:08 PM
Is There A Generic For Methadone 10mg
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just looking to see if their is an generic for methadone ## Hi Julie, Methadone is a type of medicine called an opioid. It in itself is the generic medication. Some other marketing/brand names for this drug are: Symoron, Dolophine, Amidone, Methadose, Physeptone, Heptadon, Phy and many other names. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## Hello there I'm a chronic pain patient and I'm trying methadone out for a few weeks because I told my dr I hated the fenanyl patches.(its105• every day) when they use methadone. For chronic pain there are certain rules, use 1 pharmacy for everything, it actually has to say for pain on the bottle, if it's cool... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Methadone.
Fri, Aug 08 '14, 9:06 AM
eye drops that start with the letter d
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eye drops that start with the letter d... two words second word start with K ## Hi terri, I've checked out several lists of various eye drop brands, and have yet to come across one that fits your description exactly. Dexamethasone (Ophthalmic) is the closest match I'm finding. This happens to be an ophthalmic corticosteroid, prescribed for swelling, itching, redness and irritation of the eyes. You can read more about it here: nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a682869.html Other brand names I found include: Dexair, Dexacidin, and Dexasporin Hopefully this helps to narrow down your search! Please post back if you happen to have any more information to add. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Eye Drops.
Tue, Aug 27 '13, 8:23 PM


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