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side effects of amisulpride tablets
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hi i'm a 24 yr old woman suffering from tourette's syndrome. i have been on amisulpride ( brand name sulpitac ) for the last 5 months. my dosage is 300 mg daily. it's awonderful drug as compared to haloperidol which i was previously taking. 1) i am a little concerned about the long term side effects of this drug. my spatial ability seems to have been affected. for eg. i keep bumping into people coming from opposite me, furniture n walls. i want to know if this is because of the drug. what r the other side effects that i should expect? 2)second, what r the drugs that i should avoid while on this medication. because with even a simple paracetamol, i become sort of disoriented if i take it with sulpitac. ## can amisulpride 400mg aday cause convulsion ## Hello, I am also using a... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Haloperidol.
Fri, Jul 06 '12, 10:39 PM
Bupropion xl 150 mg
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I've been on on bupropion xl 150 mg for almost 1 year. During this time my depression has gotten worse. I attributed the decline in my mood and inability to cope to things happening in my life. Now I'm wondering if this generic form is the problem. Anyone else having these problems? ## There is also a chance that it may just not be the right medication for you to take. Not all of them work for everyone that tries them and some people become resistant to some fairly fast. Have you talked to your doctor about? You may need to try a different medication. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Bupropion.
Wed, Apr 10 '13, 3:17 PM
Cymbalta duloxotine
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has anyone taken 60mg of cymbalta and it stopped working? lve been on them 4 years and lm having feelings of depression and anxiety ## It is completely normal for your body to eventually get used to the dosage of any medication that you've been taking for a long time, so it no longer works as well. When this happens, you'll either need to take a higher dosage, or switch to a different medication. When it happens depends on your own body and its individual characteristics, some people can go years without having to have a dosage or medication change and others only make it a few months. Learn more Cymbalta details here. Have you tried any other antidepressants? ## Don't bother trying other antidepressants. They will do the same thing Cymbalta does, possibly masking the Cymbal... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Cymbalta.
Wed, Sep 26 '12, 8:37 AM
Losartan side effects
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SInce being switched from lisinipril 20 mg to Losartan Pot 50 mg about three months ago I have gained 12 pounds and always feel hungry. I also feel jittery. Could this be a side effect of Losartan Pot? ## Yes, these can be side effects of taking Losartan, especially the appetite change and weight gain, that has been reported in up to 4% of the people that take it. Learn more Losartan details here. Have you talked to your doctor about it? It just may not be the right medication for you and you may need to switch to something else. ## This is very interesting to read. I was looking for different side effects because I'm having trouble with serious muscle and joint pains, but have also gained about 12 pounds and eat constantly. I'm in the process of working with my dr to switch med... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Losartan.
Tue, Jul 22 '14, 9:22 AM
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Help, could this be side effect? Taking 25 mg for about a month now. Have nausea, headache, and dry eyes. Has anyone else had an eye issue? I feel like my eyeballs are going to pop out. Had great success with myrbetriq but can't tolerate the side effects ## Hello, Patty! How are you? Yes, it has been known to cause dry eyes in some people that take it, along with the other symptoms you've described. If you've been on it for abut a month, it should start to taper off soon, until the side effects gradually go away as your body adjusts to it. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 months ago in Myrbetriq.
Fri, Aug 29 '14, 9:07 PM
Tan And Orange Capsule With Writing On It
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i have a capsule that is tan and orange with chinese writing on it. the only letters in english say kd. it is suppose to be a weight loss pill. Does anyone know what it is ? ## To be honest, there are so many of these on the market that it's likely going to be difficult to discover the specific one it is. If I had to take a guess, I'd go with something like Fruta Planta, since it's become very popular and is often ordered online by people in the U.S. but I really can't be certain. Learn more weight loss details here. Where did you get it? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Diet / Weight Loss.
Sun, Oct 28 '12, 5:08 PM
What Is Purbac Used For
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Can I use Purbac for Broncitis ## Purbac contains the active ingredients Sulfamethoxazole and Trimethoprim, it is an antibiotic that's used to treat various types of infections. And it depends on the type of bronchitis that you have, some cases of it are caused by viruses, such as the cold or flu, rather than bacteria and, if that is the case, an antibiotic will not help. Learn more Purbac details here. What has your doctor recommended you use for it? ## is purbac double strength used for HIV people? ## can purbac double strength treat asthma? I have this chronic cough wich ended up triggering asthma, my dr gave me solphyllex syrup and purbac double strength ## can I use purbac for my terrible acne that just started now I in my middle 20s ## I had the same cough for months went to d... ...
Updated 11 days ago in Purbac.
Thu, Feb 19 '15, 4:19 AM
why will a dr write schedule of 2 for dilaudid yet refuse one for norco
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My husband has been seeing the same Dr. for 12 years or more, yet he refuses to write an RX for Norco but Will continue writing them for Dilaudid, morphine, exalgo, and allot of other schedule 2 prescriptions. This makes no sense. My husband had the entire right side of his body crushed in a car accident in 1984. He's had several spine and neck fusions and has sever chronic pain. In a notification I read on the internet, people were supposedly given a chance to voice their concerns. I don't remember getting that chance. I also suffer from chronic pain due to a moderate form of Sppina beffita. What do you do in a situation like this? ## Hello, Kat! How are you and your husband? I"m sorry about the problems that you're having. Is the doctor refusing to prescribe him anythi... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Dilaudid.
Wed, Nov 12 '14, 4:04 PM
Clonazepam IP 0.25mg
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is "clonazepam ip 0.25mg" tablet works as sleeping pill? what actually it is? what are the effects after overdose? what is the dangerous limit of dosage of clonazepam on human being? what actually it works? is overdose causes death? if yes then what dose cause death? ## Clonazepam is a benzodiazepine that is most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. It can cause drowsiness and sedation, so it is sometimes used to treat sleep issues in people who haven't responded to other alternative options. This medication may also be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Learn more Clonazepam details here. Yes an overdose could be fatal, but there is no set amount that I can tell you would cause it, because it ca... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Clonazepam.
Tue, Nov 12 '13, 10:31 AM
day two dosage
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I started a dose pack of 4mg methylprednisolone today. I was supposed to take two before breakfast and discovered tonight that I only took one. Should I take two in the morning before breakfast or skip it altogether? ## Hello, Poola! How are you? You can take it as soon as you noticed it, it doesn't necessarily have to be taken before breakfast. That's just a recommended schedule to try to help people remember to take it. This medication may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, acne and insomnia. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 months ago in Methylprednisolone.
Thu, Sep 11 '14, 11:33 AM
Lexapro and itching
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I have been taking Lexapro 10 mg for a year. It controls my anxiety wonderfully. I started having itching (small bumps on my lower legs) which the dermatologist says are normal. I've also begun to have itching on my arms, my buttocks, my upper legs - pretty much all over. Has anyone ever heard of Lexapro causing these symptoms? ## Hello, Kathleen! How are you? Yes, it can cause itching as a side effect in some people that take it. After being on it for such a long time, if it hasn't gone away, you most likely need to speak to your doctor about trying a different medication. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 9 months ago in Lexapro.
Mon, May 19 '14, 1:32 PM
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I have an active prescription for Nalbuphine but can't seem to get it filled anywhere. The FDA website has been updated and says that it is available again but I don't know where. Does anyone have any ideas?? I'm getting tired of ending up in the ER and being treated with a multitude of medications that don't work in the end anyway. ## Hi, Tammy! Can you please post back with your general location? That will likely help you to get more responses, since it will enable people to suggest a pharmacy in your area, if they know of one. Thanks! ## I don't know where you are at but I live in the us and get it at walgreens but they have to order it every time and if your pharmacy ever has a problem ordering it call hospira directly they sent some to my pharmacy once even when... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Nalbuphine.
Fri, Feb 07 '14, 6:31 AM
Targretin for Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma
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My husband has CTCL and is being told to take Targretin. Can anyone tell me if they have taken it and what side effects they had? Thank you ## Lois, There is an online support group of CTCL patients, many of whom are on Taragretin. They will be happy to share their experiences. Go to Association of Cancer Online Resources and look for the CTCL-MF group. ## Thank you, Judy for that very helpful post. It seems we haven't had a lot of people posting on here that have been using it. We do, however, have more information on the medication here: Can anyone post about experience using this drug? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Targretin.
Fri, Mar 09 '12, 3:51 PM
Generic Librax
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Recently found out that Generic Librax is available at Sam's Club and the price for 60 pills, was approx $93.00. Cheapest place I have found. ## not bad... But somewhere there's better :) ## Prices are always subject to change and could certainly be more or less somewhere else on the planet. At least you found an affordable rate to continue getting your meds. Places like Sam's Club and Costco are great for that if you're already a member. Some of the other prices I've seen people pay for the same thing are quite astronomical compared to what you payed. $109, $139.00, and even as much as $364.30 are some of the numbers that come up for 60 tablets of the brand name. Were you using insurance or a drug savings card as well? ...
Updated 8 months ago in Librax.
Sat, May 31 '14, 5:11 PM
How To Find A Doctor Prescribe Xanax in Tenn who take Blue or TennCare
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My Girlfriend is 26 years old and she suffer's from a huge anxiety problems and panic attacks on a daily basis. However because of her age we cant find a doctor to prescribe her xanax because so many people her age do abuse prescription drugs and sell them. We know its very addicting but she been on them for sevem years and we move for about a year and was having to get them off the streets and moved back to Tenn and there a hugh difference in how she react's to daily life without them. She a different pereson when she get them and keeps better control of her self when on them. We feel that she should be on xanax and celctla for the rest of her life. So if anyone knows a doctor that would prescribe her xanax aound Chattanooga or anywhere in bradley county TN, Please let us know ... ...
Updated 24 days ago in Xanax.
Thu, Feb 05 '15, 11:27 AM
Morphine Sulfate 300 Mg side effects
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I am having trouble with my vision, I just increased from 1800 mgs a day to 2400 mgs per day ## That is quite a high dosage to be taking and, the more you take of any medication, the more side effects you will experience, even if it is split into several even doses over the day. Learn more Morphine details here. Since this a narcotic, it has been known to cause vision issues in some people that take it, though the severity usually tapers off as your body adjusts to the new dosage. Have you talked to your doctor about it? How severe is it? Is it just blurry vision, or something else? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Mon, Jul 16 '12, 11:30 AM
No Adderal in drug store
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I have been taking 20 mg. of Adderall 3 times a day for years. I have ADHD and need this to feel some what normal. Now after trying to find a store in stock I find none of them have them. Why and what is this about? I had problems in the last few years, but could always find a drug store which had them. No store have them. They are back ordered. I know that in the last 5 years people have been abusing them. Is it for people who need them have to go without when they need them to feel normal. I don't feel high or energetic from Adderal. The opposite happens to me. I can work like normal people, I am calm and focused. What am I to do now? Anyone know whats going on? These is day four without my medication. Feeling really bad. Afraid to go out and drive because I have gotten totally lo... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Adderall.
Tue, Feb 18 '14, 3:06 PM
question about meds
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I was just prescribed levothyroxin and been taking ambien but I now can't sleep cause of muscle spasms and tention been up for two days can it be because I'm taking both pills I take one in the morning and one at night ## Hello, Shanta! How are you feeling? It might be due to your body adjusting to the Levothyroxine, it does sometimes cause that in some people that take it, but should improve once your body gets used to it. Have you consulted your doctor? You may need to try something else to help you get sleep in the meantime. Are these the only medications you take? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Ambien.
Mon, Mar 31 '14, 3:16 PM
Storvas doss pattern
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my doctor advised me to take storvas 10mg in alternate days. when i am buying tablet one doctor known to me question me storvas to be taken daily(24 hours basis) not in alternate i am confused ## s the doctor suggested u to take daily is corrrect because my brother is still taking the same medicine daily and it is correct way to take ## Some people are very sensitive to medications and, if they are, they tend to experience a lot of side effects from these statin medications. Learn more Atorvastatin details here. So, if you've shown signs of being sensitive to medications before, your doctor may be trying to minimize the side effects by having you alternate your dosing schedule. There is nothing wrong with doing so. Are there any other questions? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Atorvastatin.
Sun, Dec 30 '12, 2:02 PM
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round whit pill, with e 44 on on side and a criss cross on the other. This is a SKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANT ## This medication is also known as Zanaflex ## What other drug is in my tizanidine? ## Nothing. That is the active ingredient. If you want information on the inactive ingredients, then that depends on what company manufactures the pills you are taking. While inactive ingredients are considered by the FDA to be 'medically inactive', they do sometimes have an effect on some people, so finding a generic manufactured by a different company can help. Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness and dry mouth. ## I need to know what drug it is tainted wth that effects the heart very bad. From an unproffesionable healthare worker. ## I am paralyze from chest down. If yo... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tizanidine.
Mon, Sep 28 '09, 4:11 AM

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