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FROM BONE DENSITY I HAVE OSTEOPOROSIS IN SPINE AND SLIGHT HIP MY GYNO SAYS BONE MEDS MY GP SAYS NO TO MANY BAD RISKS STAY WITH CALCITRATE D3 AND EXERCISE. I AM 64 IN PERFECT HEALTH, VEGETARIAN, NO SMOKE, NO DRINK, WALK TO MILES EVERYDAY AND HAVE NEVER HAD AN OPERATION. WHAT TO DO? DO I NEED A 2ND OPINION A RHEUMATOLOGIST? I DON'T WANT TO TAKE FOSAMAX ETC. NOT COVERED ON MEDICARE THANK YOU ## Asking for information with anyone taking osteoporosis medication. ## I don't take them, so I can't help you there. However, I would advise that getting another opinion is probably the best thing to do. The reason I am saying such is because neither your general practitioner, nor your gyno are necessarily the most knowledgeable about Osteoporosis, so getting the ideas of someone that is ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in OS-CAL Ultra 600 Plus.
Mon, Feb 20 '12, 4:22 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 224916
metronidazole and nerve damage
Hi everyone I have peripheral nerve damage and muscle damage. I took this medication in 2012, been having a lot of problems since then, not sure it's all because of this drug, but been looking at it recently. First thing is that if I understand correctly this drug fights it's battle by changing the DNA of what it's trying to kill, then my question is does it also change the DNA of our bodies. I know that there is a line of antibiotics called FQ that does the same thing and recently they have been proven that they do change the DNA of our bodies and can let to more complication.i have also took these medicine in the past 03 and 08 , both for a dose only for other surgeries. The metronidazole I took for a week or so. If you look into the field of genre mutation, I then run int... ...
Updated 3 days ago in Metronidazole.
Tue, Oct 28 '14, 1:34 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 275133
oxycontin 5 mg in comparison to oxybutnin 5
Oxycontin 5mg. Verses oxybutynin5 mg.IS THIS THE SAME DRUG? ## Hi, Tammy! No, they aren't related and aren't used to treat the same things, at all. Oxycontin is a time released formulation of the narcotic analgesic Oxycodone, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, drowsiness and constipation. Learn more Oxycontin details here. However, Oxybutynin is an anticholinergic that's used to treat frequent urination and urinary incontinence. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, blurred vision and difficulty urinating. Learn more Oxybutynin details here. So, as you can see they are two very different medications. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I am experiencing moderate to extreme difficulty ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in OxyContin.
Tue, Jun 11 '13, 3:13 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 247728
Medication I got from Mexico. The box reads (in spanish): Simplex, Passiflora Incarnata, Ignatia Amara, Valeriana Officinalis Auxillar en el tratamiento de Insomnio y Alteraciones Nerviosas. Thanks for your help! ## I got from Mexico. The box reads (in spanish): Simplex, Passiflora Incarnata, Ignatia Amara, Valeriana Officinalis Auxillar en el tratamiento de Insomnio y Alteraciones Nerviosas ## My moms doctor gave these to her during the time my father passes away. They ease anxiety and help her relax so she's not thinking about stuff too much. She only takes it as nedded and best taken at night because they do make you sleepy.Hope this helps :) ...
Updated 4 years ago in Anxiety.
Thu, Sep 16 '10, 11:39 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 164078
My hair has become brittle and is falling out. I stopped taking the drug but still falling out. Will this get better? ## HI, Dorothy! Sorry about the hair loss, that is just awful for a woman to have to deal with. And yes, it should get better, if it was just caused by the medication. However, if it was influenced by something else, such as imbalanced hormones, then it may not improve, so you'll really just have to wait awhile and see. How bad is the loss? Have you tried any treatments for the brittleness? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Soriatane.
Mon, Jul 29 '13, 10:53 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 249751
tcl 081
Round, bright orange. One side blank, other side in radial pattern TCL 081 ## is TCL 081 ever used by drug addicts in any form? is it ever combined with advil in any form for some type of high? ## This is an over the counter medication, containing 8.6mgs of Sennosides and 50mgs of Docusate Sodium, a generic for Senokote S, a generic for Ex-Lax, used to relieve constipation. I have no heard of anyone using this to get high, but stranger things have happened in this world. Repeated use can cause one to become reliant on it for bowel movements. It can also cause some side effects such as nausea, stomach upset and gas. Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Advil.
Sun, Jul 05 '09, 7:35 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 182420
Acarbose is an anti-diabetic drug used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus and, in some countries, prediabetes. It is a generic sold in Europe and China as Glucobay (Bayer AG), in North America as Precose (Bayer Pharmaceuticals), and in Canada as Prandase (Bayer AG). It is cheap and popular in China, but not in the U.S. One physician explains the use in the U.S. is limited because it is not potent enough to justify the side effects of diarrhea and flatulence.[1] However, a recent large study co...
 AnaMantle HC Hydrocortisone + Lidocaine
Lidocaine (INN, BAN) /ladken/, xylocaine, or lignocaine (AAN, former BAN) /lnken/ is a common local anesthetic and class-1b antiarrhythmic drug. Lidocaine is used topically to relieve itching, burning, and pain from skin inflammations, injected as a dental anesthetic, or as a local anesthetic for minor surgery. It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, a list of the most important medications needed in a basic healthcare system.[1] Contents 1 Medical uses 1...
 Benoquin Monobenzone
4-(Benzyloxy)phenol, or Monobenzone, is an organic chemical in the phenol family with chemical formula C6H5CH2OC6H4OH.[1][2] It is used as a topical drug for medical depigmentation.[3][4] It is a colourless solid that is classified as the monobenzyl ether of hydroquinone. Monobenzone is soluble in alcohol, benzene, and diethyl ether, and practically insoluble in water. Contents 1 Pharmacology 2 Vitiligo 3 Other uses 4 References 5 Further reading Pharmacology The topical applicati...
light blue capsule that has T101 on it ## light blue capsule imprinted T101 ## capsule info needed ## I am almost positive this is Spiriva (my mother has a capsule like this for COPD). You put the capsule in the Spiriva inhaler and it punctures it and you inhale the powder. You do not take it orally. If it has a diamond (or is it triangular? I can't remember) logo on the other end of the capsule, then it is definitely spiriva. ## OOPS - It's a round logo with something that looks vaguely triangular inside (need new glasses!) ...
Updated 4 years ago in Spiriva.
Fri, Feb 05 '10, 5:47 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 182263
 Flexoject 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...
 Maolate Chlorphenesin
Chlorphenesin (Maolate, Musil) is a centrally acting muscle relaxant used to treat muscle pain and spasms.[1][2] Chlorphenesin is no longer used for this purpose in most developed nations due to the availability of much safer spasmolytics such as benzodiazepines. Other central effects include sedation, anxiolytion, and dizziness. It also has antifungal and some antibacterial properties and is thus classified as an antifungal for topical use by the WHO.[3] Contents 1 Safety 2 Physical P...
Mucinex D
adderal ## Mucinex D contains the active ingredients Guaifenesin and Pseudoephedrine, it is used to relieve cold symptoms. Common side effects may include: nausea, insomnia, stomach upset and elevated heart rate. Learn more: Adderall contains mixed amphetamine salts and is used to treat conditions such as ADHD and Narcolepsy. Common side effects may include: nausea, headache, insomnia and elevated heart rate. Learn more: Adderall should not be mixed with Pseudoephedrine, since they both work as stimulants and it could cause adverse effects, such as rapid heart rate, rapid pulse and elevated blood pressure, which could be dangerous. Are there any other comments or questions? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Mucinex.
Fri, Feb 25 '11, 6:53 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 210267
 Norgesic Forte Aspirin, ASA + Caffeine + Orphenadrine
Norgesic is the brand name of a muscle relaxant. The generic is a combination of 450mg of paracetamol, and 35mg of orphenadrine citrate. It is available in Scandinavia, Thailand and Australia, but has been discontinued in some other countries. It is also used in Hong Kong. References Norgesic at Document PDF Orphenadrine citrate 35mg & Paracetamol 450mg This drug article relating to the musculoskeletal system is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e ...
Rash taking SMZ/TMP
I have a rash taking SMZ/TMP DS 800-160. Should I stop taking it? ## Have you consulted your doctor? A non-allergic skin rash can be a normal side effect of most antibiotics, including this one, however, you should talk to your doctor to determine if it's the normal side effect reaction, or if you may be experiencing an allergic reaction. Learn more: Bactrim Details ...
Updated 2 years ago in Bactrim.
Tue, Jun 05 '12, 1:34 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 231348
suboxone abuse
My son has been on suboxone for over 1 year now. He was a herion addict for over 12 years. Been clean off and on during that time. I have seen a personality change in him which is almost intolerable. It is like he is fine one minute and then goes off the wall the next. Has anyone who has been on suboxon or knows someone who has been seen a personality change. ## These types of personality changes can occur with the use of any opiate. They are, however, not usually so severe if the medication is not being abused. Suboxone, which contains the active ingredient Buprenoprhine is a very potent drug. Have you checked on his use of it? Is he following the doctor's instructions or is he taking more than he is supposed to? Personality changes could also be a result of withdrawal symptoms. So... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Aug 02 '14, 9:03 PM   202  Subscribe to thread 199590
Telmisartan and atorvastatin
is 8it safe to shift on this after consuming losartan and hydrochlorothiazide ## Well, I am Indian, living in Maharashtra state. All I wish to know about telmisarton+atorvastatin is:1) Whether it has side effect of E.D.? 2) Is it safe to take 90 ml whisky daily while on this drug?3) Has this any side effect on your memory? ## Telmisartan is used in the management of high blood pressure and Atorvastatin is used to lower cholesterol. I don't see anything listed regarding ED, but medications can affect different people in different ways, so it is hard to know what side effects you may or may not experience, until you actually try the medication. There are also no specific listings in common side effects about memory defects. Alcohol should NOT be consumed when using prescription medica... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Telmisartan.
Mon, Jul 06 '09, 8:51 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 191763
a45 capsule
pink blue ## aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaassssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd ## Blue and pink large capsule labled A 45. What is this? Thankyou ## what is assssssssssssssssssssssssssddddddddddddddddddddddddddd? some kid's ... Get real... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Feb 08 '11, 8:39 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 191975
amoxicillin dosage for 3 yr old 41.5 lbs
My daughter is 3 yrs old and has a bad ear infection they actually had to scrape her ear canal down even around ear drum to be able to see behind it and they also gave her 200 mg of amoxicillan to take she takes 8. 5 mls 2 times a day she weighs 41.5 lbs i just think it seems like a lot for her age please let me know if it's ok she has really good dr I usually don't ? His treatment but it just seems like to much help ## Hello, Katie! How is she feeling? I'm sorry, but I am not quite understanding you on the dose she is taking each day. Can you please post back and clarify? Did you mean she's taking 8.5mls twice a day? This medication may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. ...
Updated 7 months ago in Amoxicillin.
Thu, Feb 27 '14, 12:18 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 260902
 Anamine Chlorpheniramine + Pseudoephedrine
Chlorphenamine (INN) or chlorpheniramine (USAN, former BAN), commonly marketed in the form of chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlorphen-12[1]), is a first-generation alkylamine antihistamine used in the prevention of the symptoms of allergic conditions such as rhinitis and urticaria. Its sedative effects are relatively weak compared to other first-generation antihistamines. Chlorphenamine is one of the most commonly used antihistamines in small-animal veterinary practice. Although not generally app...

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