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Docusate Sodium
I am a celiac. Does your Pharmascience Docusate Sodium 100mg contain / or has any contact Gluten ## Hello, Loretta! How are you? This website does not manufacture, prescribe nor sell any medications or products, it is an information only website. I would suggest checking with your pharmacist/chemist. They should have a list of all the ingredients and will be able to to check for you. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Docusate.
Sat, Dec 28 '13, 1:59 PM   1  RSS feed for thread 257061
hifenac p tablet
Pink tablet by Intas Pharmaceuticals. Can I take it for common cold symptoms?? ## i am suffered teeth pain. i can use hifenac-p tablets ## This product is not available in the U.S., it contains a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory called Aceclofenac. ## am 59 and experiencing pain in lower back for 15 days now. am already on tenelol 50 for HT. no diabetes. ## i need details of hifenac-p ## what r the advantages of using hifenac p??? ## Body pain specially back-ache is prominent. Can I take Hifenac-P Tablet or Crocin advance tablet or any other medicine as sugested by you. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Aceclofenac.
Sat, Jun 29 '13, 6:37 AM   6  RSS feed for thread 184154
medicine recall
I received a phone call today from my pharmacy. The Morphine Sulfer I take was recalled back in Aug. Now I am to take my medicine in tomorrow and they will give me fresh. Sounds odd to me. What about all of the medicine I have been taking? Has anyone else had experience with this? What should I do? Thanks, Cindy. ## There was a recall for 30mgs and 60mgs Morphine Sulfate tablets manufactured by the Ethex Corporation back in June, this is due to the danger of overdosing with the tablets. They could release too much medication at once, which could be fatal. If you are wondering why the recall was so long ago and why you are just now hearing about it, it is more than likely because your pharmacy purchased their Morphine stock quite awhile ago. When they order their medications, they usuall... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Morphine.
Tue, Nov 11 '08, 12:19 PM   1  RSS feed for thread 185461
Enteric Coated Dexrabeprazole Sodium And Domperidone Sr Capsule
is brand nameDAVERsr .mfd bycosmas pharmacis and marketted by biomax biotechnic chandigarh a tested and reliable medicine on the subjectmentioned above. Thanks subject mentioned above. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Domperidone.
Tue, Feb 05 '13, 5:27 AM   0 
isosorb din 10mg
reaction ## Isosorbide Dinitrate (also known as Dilatrate) is a nitrate used pharmacologically as a vasodilator. Severe reaction to Dilatrate can include: Severe headaches, necessitating analgesic (very rarely up to morphine) administration for relief of pain as well as severe hypotension, and, in certain cases, bradycardia. It is also said that with long term use, you may develop a tolerance to this drug, reducing its effectiveness. If you would like to view a more detailed description of Isosorbide Dinitrate and its list of disadvantages, please follow the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back so I can further assist you. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Dilatrate.
Mon, Jul 13 '09, 2:53 PM   1  RSS feed for thread 191344
shelcal ct 500 mg
i am not getting this drug anymore at Bangalore as the pharmacist say's that it is not being manufactured anymore. Please suggest an alternative equivalent drug available in Bangalore ## Hi Mr.Rajagopalan, even I'm looking for alternate! ...
Updated 9 months ago.
Tue, Jan 21 '14, 9:31 AM   1  RSS feed for thread 256646
lisinopril 10 mg
A.C.E. ## My Lisonpril from a local pharmacy was a triangle shaped one and I seemed to do well on it for 14 months. I then order them through Aetna RX and they sent a white, round pill and have been experiencing problems with bp & Heart rate too high. Could the difference in the pill be the problem? ## My Pharmacy switched me too, from a triangular pill to a round pink one. I'm having problems with sore legs, stomach cramps, tight jaw, higher blood pressure, sore forearms. I'm going back today to see if I can get it changed back. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Lisinopril.
Mon, Apr 18 '11, 9:30 AM   2  RSS feed for thread 159070
Dexa Rhinaspray
i live in uk does any body know names of pharmacies that i could buy DRS outside uk as here it is discontinued. ## where can I buy Dexa-rhinaspray n pump 100 from can get it Thank you ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Tue, Jul 24 '12, 2:15 AM   1  RSS feed for thread 223000
Generic vs. brand
I was on brand Lexapro for about eight years with great success. My pharmacy switched me to generic and I was happy to be saving the money, but within a few days, I was nauseous and dizzy, having nightmares and hot flashes, and suffering from depression again. It took me about a month to realize the cause was the generic, and I decided to pay the difference to get the brand. When I asked the pharmacist if this was common, she said those who start on the generic seem to do well, but those who switch from brand seem to have difficulties. Not too long after switching back, I was doing well again. In answer to a few other people who posted, you can not quit lexapro cold turkey, you must wean yourself off!!!! I stopped taking it for awhile by tapering off and had no issues, but after my depress ...
Updated 9 months ago in Lexapro.
Fri, Jan 24 '14, 5:18 PM   0 
imi hydrocodone
white oblong tablet, line through middle, IMI on one side of line, 110 on other side. Was told by pharmacy is hydrocodone ## Ah, okay, this one took some hunting, mainly because the imprint is blurry and hard to make out, it is actually MIA 110 and NO! IT DOES NOT CONTAIN HYDROCODONE! Whatever pharmacist told you that did not know what he was talking about. These tablets contain 325mgs of Acetaminophen, 50mgs of Butalbital and 40mgs of Caffeine, they are a generic for Fioricet, most commonly prescribed to treat migraine and tension headaches. The Butalbital is a barbituate, but there are not narcotics in these tablets. Some common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and shortness of breath. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can he... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Jul 20 '09, 5:45 PM   1  RSS feed for thread 193846
U03 Hydrocodone
I recently moved to a very small town and when I transferred my prescriptions to the small chain pharmacy my norcos are now a oval white pill with a score on one side and a U03 on other. They work just as good but I'm curious as to why there diffrent or who makes them? I find very little info on them using google. Any one have any info to share? This is like a mom and pop very small town pharacy and i basically just want toake sure there not making these themselves or something. Pharmacy says other same as my yellow norcos just diffrent supplier ## Hello, Davod! How are you? No, they aren't making these themselves. They are legitimate and FDA approved, they are manufactured by Aurolife Pharma LLC. They contain 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. This is a narcotic ... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Sun, Apr 20 '14, 6:42 AM   2  RSS feed for thread 262451
red and gray pill
red and gray capsule, look like pharmacy class in black ink, #4073 ## I need the complete imprint to provide a positive ID, does this capsule have a logo on it as well as the numbers? ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Wed, Mar 29 '06, 12:06 PM   1  RSS feed for thread 169851
 Acetylcysteine
Acetylcysteine rINN /stlsstin/, also known as N-acetylcysteine or N-acetyl-L-cysteine (abbreviated NAC), is a pharmaceutical drug and nutritional supplement used primarily as a mucolytic agent and in the management of paracetamol (acetaminophen) overdose. Other uses include sulfate repletion in conditions, such as autism, where cysteine and related sulfur amino acids may be depleted.[7] Acetylcysteine is a derivative of cysteine; an acetyl group that is attached to the nitrogen atom. This com...
propanolol 40 mg
I have been taking Propanolol for 10 years for high blood pressure. Recently I switched from my regular pharmacy to Walmart. I took the Walmart prescription for a couple weeks. I wasn't feeling well at all, I was getting sporadic pains in my neck, jaw, shoulders and arms.When I first thought that maybe the medicine was wrong, I Googled the imprint on the pill, and found it was propanolol. I had some of the medicine from my original pharmacy so I decided to go back to that to see if there was any difference. All of the pain and general ill feeling went away. I was shocked, and had my doctor call me in a new prescription at my regular pharmacy today. what I would like to know is what could be in that medicine to cause that? Is there anywhere to have a pill analyzed to see what is in i... ...
Updated 21 days ago in Blood Pressure.
Tue, Nov 04 '14, 6:34 PM   3  RSS feed for thread 276121
Generic Opana ER
Wanted to share with everyone how happy I am to have finally received the new generic Opana ER 20mg tablets from my pharmacy. I had found Opana to be very effective for my chronic pain and was very sad when they switched it over to the new formula as it wasn't nearly effective as the original octagon shaped tablets and caused stomach aches. These new generic ones seem to me to be as effective as the original formula had been. The tablets I received show to be made by Global Pharmaceuticals and are a small, round, green tablet with G73 imprinted on them. I'm happy to report that these are just like the original formula. Now I no longer have stomach aches from taking those plastic pills that Endo is selling. I sure do hope that these remain as they are, but I have read a couple ar... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Opana.
Fri, Sep 26 '14, 10:35 AM   63  RSS feed for thread 242423
Norco 853 Yellow
Norco 853 is a generic for Hydrocodone thats what i keep reading and hearing from my Pharmancy,and Acetaminopine is a non- Opoid.What other non-opoid ls in with norco? We know if the Pharmacy,already had the generic name Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen written on my percription by my doctor.why percribe me Nocro? I beleivie because of Drug abuse,why single me out? I belivie Norco has another ingreint beside Acetaminophen/ we know Hydrocodone is a active ingrient already!!. Usely if your doctor wrote you for Lortab Brand name, and of course Hrdrocodone is the generic a person usally buy generic becauc.because brand name is to expensive.And insurance will pay for generic,or if you have to pay cash its cheaper.enough of that. IN The United Kingdom if you are percriped Hydrocodone it doesn't ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Mon, Oct 29 '12, 1:15 AM   2  RSS feed for thread 237674
sandoz adderall
I have a bottle of 90 Sandoz Adderall that I don't wan't. It's giving me headaches. I know the pharmacy won't take it back. How do I properly dispose of it without harming the environment? ## The site keeps dropping my post, but email me & I'll forward my message to you directly {edited for privacy}. ## HI, Jane! You can take it to your pharmacy for disposal, that's usually one of the things they do. The other option recommended by the FDA actually isn't great for the environment, they instruct you to mix it in with some undesirable substance, such as used cat litter or coffee grounds, place it into a sealed container and dispose of it in the trash. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you! I guess I'll take it to the pharmacy. I wonder ho... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Adderall.
Tue, Nov 26 '13, 3:10 PM   5  RSS feed for thread 247863
Oxymorphone hcl
we are low income in need of coupon or other help with RX! ## The manufacturer, Endo Pharmaceuticals does have an assistance program for Opana for low-income patients without insurance. You can reach them for more information on it at 866-824-4747. Can you post back and let us know if you get any help? ## Impax just started senting out their generic Opana ER called oxymorophone. If you have insurance it will ran about $7.00 or what ever you plan is for. I was paying $50.00 and I will get it for $7.00. Its for 7.5 er-40mg ER's. They aren't available everywhere yet. If anyone has already received them where are you located? ## There arent in nashville yet but you can download the app GoodRx It will vreate a coupon for prescriptions and give prices at local pharmacies. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxymorphone.
Sat, Apr 27 '13, 3:34 PM   3  RSS feed for thread 228342
 Mederma for Kids Onion Extract, Allium cepa
Mederma is a topical product used to improve scar appearance. It is a gel based on an onion extract and produced by Merz Pharmaceuticals[1] of Frankfurt, Germany. Mederma's marketing claims it can make scars "softer, smoother, and less noticeable".[2] Generic versions are sold under the name Cepalin. Contents 1 Effectiveness 2 Active ingredient 3 Full ingredients 4 Similar product 5 References Effectiveness One 2006 clinical trial found no statistically significant change in hyper...
Cromolyn Sodium
Cromolyn Sodium IS IT SHORT OR DISCONTINUED ## Hi Bill, According to my research: "The maker of Intal, King Pharmaceuticals, has discontinued manufacturing the inhaled form, "Cromolyn Sodium inhalation aerosol", due to issues involving CFC-free propellant. As stocks are depleted, this inhaler preparation will no longer be available to patients. In the EU it is manufactured without CFCs by Sanofi-Aventis, although it must be imported from Canada for USA residents." Cromoglicic acid (Cromolyn) is however available in multiple forms (other than the inhaled form), so I would consider asking your local pharmacy about the availability of those other options if you can't find this one anywhere. I hope this information helps! ...
Updated 3 years ago in Cromolyn Sodium.
Sat, Nov 26 '11, 1:58 PM   1  RSS feed for thread 216340

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