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Torsemide Tab 20mg/Leg cramps
Would like to know if you get leg cramps following taking Torsimide, Also was told that Fluid pills, namely Lasix is dangerous when taken with blood pressure meds,(Enalaprel)... Would appreciate any infor. Thanks ## There are dangers associated with combining them, but they happen very rarely and diuretics are often combined with blood pressure medications, the dangers are most often associated with people that have severe, active cardiac conditions, such as congestive heart failure. The usual doses, for a person that is regularly monitored by their doctor very rarely cause any dangerous issues. As to the leg cramps, there are 2 reasons those might be occurring, or they could be from a combination of both. The medication may be causing you to become dehydrated, or it may have caused you... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Torsemide.
Thu, Dec 29 '11, 9:07 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 221396
Treatment for Post traumatic stress
The Dr prescribed Cilift 20 mg for me due to post traumatic stress. I am so afraid to use it because of the side effects. What can I use for post traumatic stress, instead of Cilift? ## Cilift contains the active ingredient Citalopram, this is a brand available in South Africa and, in light of that fact, I am not sure what else is available there for you to try. Side effects are always possible with any medication, even over the counter products, however, there is no way to know if you will experience any of them, until you actually try a medication. Not everyone has problems with side effects, some people don't experience any. Citalopram is an SSRI antidepressant that also helps treat anxiety and its most common side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and weight cha... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Citalopram.
Sun, Aug 28 '11, 3:38 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 217355
abuse
i was wondering if this drug is abusible.. or if it is safe to leave unattended around, drug users... and what are the effect of the drug. ## Methocarbamol is a very effective muscle relaxant with very little if any abuse potential.It does cause sleepiness which dissappears after a few days.All in all it falls under the pretty safe from abuse catagory. ## Robaxin Was takin Soma now taking this not helping why and how different ???? Doesn't work AT ALL!!!!! ## The difference is in the active ingredient, they are both muscle relaxants, but many people find Soma to be stronger and much more effective. Robaxin contains the active ingredient Methocarbamol and Soma contains Carisoprodol. The side effects are also similar and can include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Here... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Methocarbamol.
Thu, Aug 20 '09, 8:01 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 180498
Does Anyone Know Where To Get A Perscription For Oxycotin 30 Mg Filled In Jacksonville Florida
Legit Back Pain Patient not used to having to be a so called "DRUG SHOPPER" because I need a stronger perscription and didn't know what this was all about until now. Please help I don't have time for this because others messed it up for legite people ## There has been a shortage, which should be rectified soon, but that may be contributing to your problem. Learn more Oxycodone details here. And how are you checking to see if pharmacies have it in stock? If you're just calling them, then it isn't likely that you'll get an honest answer, since they have no way of knowing if the person on the phone is a legitimate customer with a need, or a potential thief, so they'll usually just say that they don't carry it. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Jan 30 '13, 12:34 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 242040
New white Watson 853 10/325 problem - What is going on???!?
Hello all, I am a longtime chronic pain sufferer. I have taken opiates for pain for over 10 years. I recently got a prescription filled (from a well known pharmacy chain in the U.S.) and I was given these new Watson 853 white (not yellow) hydro 10/325 pills. I wanted to ask the forum here if any of you have had the same experience with them as I have. I know there are some very smart people with advanced chemistry knowledge here that may have delved deeper into whats going on with these things. They are ineffective for me. I've taken hydrocodone 10/325 for 10+ years and have never ever had a problem with pills being ineffective but that is the case with these pills. I've had about every brand you can think of and never an issue. Ever. I thought nothing of the color change when I... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Norco.
Wed, Nov 13 '13, 11:11 PM   5  Subscribe to thread 252999
pulmison 20 mg tablet
I have been given Pulmison 20 mg tablets to clear up blocked Eustscheon tubes, as I have lost some of my hearing due to acute sinus. I started getting heart palpitations since taking the tablets which is quite severe for several hours a day. Should I discontinue taking them? ## Hi, Rosemary Ann! How are you? Pulmison contains the active ingredient Prednisone, which is a steroid class medication and it can cause palpitations as a side effect in some people that take it. Learn more Pulmison details here. Have you consulted your doctor? In many cases, palpitations are benign and just annoying, but if they involve tachycardia or other irregularities, they should be medically checked out. ...
Updated 10 months ago in Prednisone.
Wed, Aug 21 '13, 2:57 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 251067
Daliresp is Working
I am into my fourth month with Daliresp. Doing very well now. Just about all the side effects are gone - was glad to get rid of the anxiety and insomnia. I haven't lost weight, but I have to eat alot to maintain my current weight. I have gone from 3 1/2 liters of oxygen to 2 1/2 liters without having to decrease my activity. I am happy with that. Very happy. Am anxious to see if anyone else is having any luck with this drug. The only issue I have is that it is very expensive. ## Very glad that it is working so well for you. We have some posts from other people that have been using it, here is a link to that discussion: And more information on the medication here: How are you doing, now? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Daliresp.
Tue, Nov 29 '11, 6:37 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 221797
Dextroamp-Amphet ER 20 Mg or Dexedrine ?
I have been taking Adderall IR (Barr) 2 - 20mg 2x a day 80mg total per day for the past 3 yrs. My Doctor changed it to Dextroamp-Amphet ER 20 Mg caps same dosage 80mg total per day. I've been getting constant headaches, neck pain, I'm falling asleep in the middle of the day. I heard a lot about Dexedrine and how it acts the same as Adderall with out these side effects? If so, should i ask my doctor ? Would the same dosage work for me? ## There is no medication that actually works without side effects, some people are just fortunate and don't experience them. How long have you been taking the new formulation that's time released? Learn more Adderall details here. It may simply be a matter of your body needing to get used to it. ## The active drug in dexedrine is dextro-am... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Dexedrine.
Tue, Apr 30 '13, 5:37 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 239491
Difference in Big MS contin 60mg peach color pill and a small orange ms contin 60mg
What is The Difference in a Big round peach color MS Contin 60 mg extended release and a Small round orange MS Contin 60 mg extended release are they same pills ## does MS Contin have an antagonist drug encapsulated in it to prevent misuse? I suffer from chronic pain from a severe back injury and My Generic MS Contin seems like it isn't working nearly at all! I had heard that the drug Nazis (D.E.A.) was making the manufacturers of Time Release narcotics put this in extended release drugs to save people from themselves. IF THIS IS TRUE IT IS A MORONIC IDEA as everyone has different PH levels that can open the antagonist drug prematurely. I can't take much more from those who know how much more I hurt than myself! I have never crushed up any pill but a chewable antiacid. Is the D.... ...
Updated 3 months ago in MS Contin.
Sat, Apr 05 '14, 8:36 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 262827
Effects Of Lexamil Concerta And Birth Control Pill Combination
What are the effects of combining lexamil, concerta and a birth control pill. I have a friend who seems to have become extreme in emotional and irrational behaviours and thought patterns. ## Has she consulted her doctor? Basically all 3 of the medications you mentioned can have an effect on body chemicals and mood, so it may just be too much for her to handle, but only a consult with her doctor will help her get to the root of the problem. One that may be very problematic is the Escitalopram in the Lexamil, it can actually backfire in some people and cause the opposite of its intended effect. ## Long term effects of the combination of Lexamil, Epilim, Concerta, Wellbutrin and Triphasil. Diagnosed Bipolar II and ADHD, going through an acute depressive episode and Lexamil was only added r... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Concerta.
Tue, Oct 02 '12, 2:23 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 222635
Lyrica and body stiffness
I've been on lyrica for about 4 months and feel like I'm 100 years old. After sitting for only a few minutes and getting up my body is so stiff! When I awaken in the morning my hands are so stiff I can't close them and I can barely walk I'm so stiff. I've also been having urinary incontinence. Has anyone else experienced these side effects? ## These are listed as being very rare possibly side effects of it, known to happen in very few people that take it. Have you contacted your doctor? I'd advise you to do so, as soon as possible, because you should probably be switched to a different medication. Learn more: ## I have experienced the exact same symptom plus many more. I have been diagnosed with CPS and have done the rounds with specialists and the drugs they pre... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Lyrica.
Tue, Jun 03 '14, 4:15 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 226001
nurokind more
i am taking a neurokind-more tablet long time there is any side effect are there is any good for health? please mail me with details ## Nurokind more is a multivitamin nutritional supplement, it contains: calcium d-pantothenate 10 mg, chromium picolinate 50 mcg, folic acid 1.5 mg, mecobalamin 500 mcg, niacinamide 50 mg, vitamin B1 10 mg, vitamin B6 3 mg and zinc sulphate 61.8 mg. These nutrients are vital to our overall health and a lack of them can lead to or contribute to serious health problems. Since it is not an actual drug, however, the side effect profile for it has not been studied. But some people do report some nausea, after taking it. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ## is there any side effects with long term use of the tablet?n do it have any effect on... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Chromium.
Tue, May 28 '13, 11:13 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 209223
seroquel
i need to know if you can die if you take enough seroquil ## have u heard anything new @ seroquel can it shorten your life . please email me i need more info about this medication my husband is incarcerated 4 years now hes been taken seroquel for 3 come to find out ther is an artcle about the dangers of this med they took it out of the prison systems and is there really a cass action suit whith people who has taken this drug please email me back ## Dude, probably not. Believe me I've tried swallowing just about everything & I only end up in the looney bin everytime. It sucks there. ## Don't even think about Sherrie...you don't want to go through all that.. ## I say if you take enough of anything it WILL KILL YOU...! DO THINK ABOUT TAKING MORE THAN PRESCRIBED....! ## my f... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Seroquel.
Wed, May 30 '12, 2:32 PM   9  Subscribe to thread 164987
Where To Fill A Dilaudid Script In New Port Richey Fl
My grandfather has Stage 4 lung cancer and we have been trying to fill his Dilaudid script for a very long time. I don't know which pharmacy to go to because it seems they are dry. If anyone has ANY avaiable information I would greatly appreciate it because I cannot stand to see my grandfather in so much pain. Please help. ## Have you tried any of the local hospital pharmacies? That's the only suggestion I can think of right now, they are usually able to keep a larger supply on hand than most regular retail pharmacies and they often give priority to people that are suffering with such devastating illnesses. Learn more Dilaudid details here. I'd suggest calling a couple and asking them about it. ## I can help u with information contact me ## my mother is sick with stage 3 can... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Dilaudid.
Thu, Apr 03 '14, 4:08 AM   9  Subscribe to thread 242352
Zoloft brain tours
I am on 200 mg per day and it has been an excellent solution for me. I was experiencing severe anxiety attacks due to a life situation, it eliminated that. 2 sides effects: decreased libido and tremors. One fascinating effect: I call them "brain tours". They happen when sleeping at night or dozing in the chair. My body will be absolutely asleep but my brain is 100% awake and alert. I can hear other people' s conversations and remember them, I confirmed it the next day. One night I made up a nonsense word during a tour, I thought if it was a dream I'd forget the word because I forget dreams. I still know the word, flibberpeanut. During tours i cannot move my body, like in REM sleep. The first few times it scared me but now it is fascinating. I use these tours to explore t... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Zoloft.
Fri, Apr 11 '14, 5:25 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 263296
amox tr k clav
I took one dose, 1 1/2 hrs later, vomiting, diaherra, sweating alot. Ended up in ER with dehydration, and hypothermia, temp @ 93 degrees. I'm guessing the sweating gave my hypothermia, since it's mid summer. Doc tried saying it was probably stomach flu. I got sick taking this med before, just not to this extreme. Apparently if my temp dropped more, I could of been in real trouble. ## Sorry about what you've been through, that's very rough. And I have to say that I am really not surprised. Though it isn't common, some people do react this way to some antibiotics. I had it happen from one that I took last year, though the worst occurred after 9 and half days of dosing, so it took several weeks for everything to clear up…..and yes, I had gone to the ER and the doc... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Augmentin.
Thu, Jul 18 '13, 12:36 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 249147
Central Sensitization
I have new health insurance due to my husband's new health insurance so I am seeing a new pain mgmt. doctor and I am terminal and just want to stay on the narcotic regimen that finally works and apparently they want to use this to try non-narcotic regime so I don't qualify for this alternative therapy. I'm dying for goodness sakes! ## Hi Brynn, Does this new pain management doctor not treat any of his patients under a narcotic regimen? It sounds like they should give people a choice in the matter; especially if certain qualifications need to be met for alternative therapy to begin. If you need help locating a new PM doctor in your general area, you can always ask them for a referral to someone else who is willing to use that form of treatment. Additionally, you can input you... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Pain Relief.
Sun, May 19 '13, 9:12 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 246887
Dexrabeprazole Sodium
My endoscopy revealed that I have ulcer.Uvulva:Bifid Uvulva, Stomoch:Antral Gastritis, Dudenum:Grade I Dudnenitis. The Doctor prescribed Ulcikit.I had it for fourteen days (14 ulcikit) Even after the I had pain in my left chest. The doctor now prescribed Dextraprazole Sodium &Domperidone SR Capsule and the doctor advised me to take for 10 days before meals at night. Will it cure my chest pain (heartburn)? ## I can't really tell you if this will help you or not, medications can affect everyone differently, some people get great results from taking, but there are others that it doesn't work for, the only way to find out is to actually try it. The Rabeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor that reduces the amount of acid produced by the stomach. It can cause side effects, which may... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Domperidone.
Fri, Oct 07 '11, 5:22 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 217655
non narcotic pain relief
I can not take any NSAIDs due to being a gastric bypass patient and there is too much of a risk of a bleed with these drugs.. I am already on hydrocodone so I can not take any other narcotic analgesics. Is there any other non narcotic chronic pain reliever out there to supplement the hydrocodone. Can't take tramadol now because NYS classified this as a narcotic. My doctor is going crazy trying to find something for me and has had no luck so far. ## Why can't you take another narcotic? They are very commonly combined to give someone better pain relief. People with severe pain are often given a long acting narcotic along with a regular or instant release one for breakthrough pain. But if your doctor doesn't want to combine them, you could switch to a different one that's s... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Aug 06 '13, 2:04 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 250021
 Plague Vaccine
Plague vaccine is a vaccine used against Yersinia pestis.[1][2] Plague immunization A plague vaccine is used for an induction of active specific immunity in a susceptible organism to plague by means of administration an antigenic material (a vaccine) via a variety of routes to people at risk of contracting any clinical form of plague. This method is known as plague immunization. There is strong evidence for the efficacy of administration of some plague vaccines in preventing or ameliorating...

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