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My experience with Prolia Injection
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I have read all the side effects about Prolia before I agreed to take the shot. My doctor convinced me to do so. I had the injection on 6/8/2012. Four days later I have deleveloped pimples around my nose area. I'm 62 years old and haven't had any pimples in years. I've always had dry skin due to my age. Pimples still there as of today, 8/12/2012. Frequent leg cramps at night from 6/12/2012 for four straight days. I remember Doctor Oz said to take potassium 99mcg daily to prevent leg cramps. I took it from then till now, I'll continue using it. My leg cramps has stopped since the second day that I started taken it. I had stomach pain from 6/16/2012 on left upper to mid section of my stomach for a few days. Now I would have stomach pain as soon as I'm hungry. 6/20/2012... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Prolia.
Mon, Aug 13 '12, 4:06 PM
irregular period
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I have a problem of irregular menstruation. consulted with doctor, did test PCOD, Thyroid, Prolactin. every test done found normal and within range. But my period goes off for 3-4 months. i am trying out for pregnancy but not yet got a right solution. doctor suggested me to take Chrominac A for three months, eventhough my test results were normal. Kindly suggest me as to what to do inorder to have pregnancy? which medicine should i use? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Thyroid.
Mon, May 30 '11, 10:31 AM
robaxin with Adco-Dol
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I am taking Robaxin for lower back, leg and foot pain and although it helps I still experience some pain. Can I also take a painkiller such as Adco-Dol or any other form of paracetemol with the Robaxin? ## Hello, Elsie! How are you? You should be able to take something mild, such as the Paracetamol, if your doctor approves. Taking them both may cause the side effects to be a little worse, so you may experience more nausea, dizziness and drowsiness than usual. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 months ago in Robaxin.
Mon, Jun 30 '14, 2:04 PM
Buenas Tardes Deseo Saber Si Hay Efectos Secundarios Tomando Artribion Para La Persona Que Tiene Diabetes Y Presion Alta
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BUENAS TARDES DESEO SABER SI HAY EFECTOS SECUNDARIOS AL TOMAR ARTRIBION,EN LAS PERSONAS QUE TIENEN DIABETES Y PRESION ALTA. LEJVD ## ¿Ha consultado a su médico? Atribion ​​es un suplemento alimenticio multivitamínico, se utiliza para prevenir o tratar las condiciones que pueden estar asociados con la falta de los nutrientes vitales que contiene. Por lo tanto, no debe haber nada de malo en tomar, a menos que usted es alérgico a algún ingrediente o su médico le ha indicado que no las tome. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Diabetes.
Tue, Feb 28 '12, 2:38 PM
side effects of antidepressants
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i am on prodap,tryptomer and restyl for the past 12 yrs. i hav got rashes on my legs and feet for the past 4 yrs. no medicine is of any help for the rashes. can it be due to antidepressants?wat shd i do? ## Since you have been on them 7 yrs longer then you have actually been experiencing the rashes, it is unlikely that you are allergic to the meds. But something is going on in your system. I would recommend telling your doc about your symptoms and also recommend having some allergy test done. It could very well be environmental or changes to your body, (like pregnancies as an example) or possibly you have developed a food allergies. Best of luck to you finding the cause of your rash. They are no fun! On a side note. Make sure you are using organic products, like lotion and body wash. Th... ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Mon, Nov 25 '13, 4:11 PM
Can Anyone Give A Time Frame
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I have been prescribed some form of hydrcodone for the last 7 years, my tolerance now is so high im taking 60+ per day for the last 2 years. My life is almost ruined and i want it back. I want to try suboxone but i have heard many horror stories about taking it to soon and instantly going into full on withdrawl. I heard 24 hrs is standard but a friend said since ive been on it so long and so much that i might need to wait 3 days. Im scared but ready to make a change can anyone tell me if u know how long to wait for sure? also is it true suboxone works on pain? ## Suboxone contains the active ingredients Buprenorphine and Naloxone, the Buprenorphine is a narcotic, so yes it can treat pain as well. The Naloxone is used to neutralize other opiates and prevent their abuse, while someone is ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Jul 18 '12, 11:30 AM
weaning off of fentanyl patch
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Hi, I started using a 12 mcg fentanyl patch about a month and a half ago for chronic pain. I never abused them and I always changed them every 72 hours like I was prescribed to. Well I decided that it was time to get off the patch and tried one day to take it off and a few hours later I started to experience "the flu times ten" I was told by my doctor that my body had formed a dependency to the drug and if I was ready to get off then he wants to wean me off. Well he prescribed me to dilaudid 4mg and he said as soon as I take the patch off to take half off my first dilaudid. The first day I take a half every 6 hours.. the next 2 days I take a half every 8 hours.. then the next 2 days after that its a half every 12 hours.. then the next 2 days after that its a half daily. I'm ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Fentanyl.
Sun, Aug 19 '12, 11:00 PM
yellow capsule with white beads
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Found 2 bright yellow capsules, their both unmarked but contain small white beads inside. Need some help thanks ## Hi Gary, If there are no markings on it, then it may be difficult to determine exactly what the capsules contain. We can rule it out as being a manufactured U.S. prescription medication, since they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification. However, that still leaves it open to many over the counter possibilities (vitamins/other supplements) or possibly an illicit. Do you know of anyone close to you who takes medication? Could it be a friend or family member's? ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Wed, Jul 31 '13, 9:12 PM
 Insulin Aspart
The safety of Novolog in patients with diabetes has been evaluated in several clinical studies. Novolog was compared with regular human insulin, and there was no difference in the frequency of adverse effects between the two treatments. The side effects that are commonly associated with insulin therapy include: allergic reactions, injection site irritation, rashes, and hypoglycemia.[1] The most common side effect is hypoglycemia. Long-term use of insulin, including Novolog®, can cause li...
 Novolog Mix 50/50 Isulin Aspart Protamine + Insulin Aspart
The safety of Novolog in patients with diabetes has been evaluated in several clinical studies. Novolog was compared with regular human insulin, and there was no difference in the frequency of adverse effects between the two treatments. The side effects that are commonly associated with insulin therapy include: allergic reactions, injection site irritation, rashes, and hypoglycemia.[1] The most common side effect is hypoglycemia. Long-term use of insulin, including Novolog®, can cause li...
Private Doctor To Prescribe Methadone Instead Of Clinics In Fort Worth Tx
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I took Hydrocodone for pain for several years and became very dependent. I have been going to a Methadone Clinic now for 2 years and it saved my life. I have led a productive life since. I take care of my parents and they both are bedbound. It is getting so hard for me to go to the clinic daily. Does anyone know of a private doctor in Fort Worth Texas that subscribes Methadone? Thank you for your help ## Have you considered a possible switch to Suboxone? It has been very successfully used to enable people to become completely drug free, rather than staying dependent on something, as often happens with Methadone. Treatment with it is also often done with a take home prescription, rather than always having to go to a clinic for a daily dose. You can check for a doctor in your area at the ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Methadone.
Mon, Oct 06 '14, 8:18 AM
cymbalta 150 off to viibryd pack on 10 mg for first weeki
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I have been on effexor started the ususal dose and went up to 150 for depression and anxiety, worked at first actually on the 37.5 I was vey happy euphoric I lost 12 poounds in two weeks added plus! but then I was told to double that to 75 mg and then to 150 was doing good but my anxiety creeping up. Doctor switched me to cymbalta 60 mg first 3 days cleaned house felt good then next few days I was very short tempered and angry on the third week I went back for follow up I was starting to sleep better but was tired and kind of out of it all day but anxiety coming back worse, just went back for follow up on that and blood pressure was high so now he switched me to Viibryd started taking the first week dosage of 10 mg today is third day. I am feeling ok but today the head dizziness getttin... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Cymbalta.
Tue, Nov 04 '14, 7:48 AM
For Your Information
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Dear All, I have noticed that, some of the comments are specifically directed to medications that someone is mentioning "cure your pathology". Let me explain something first. For all those persons taking medications for high blood pressure. "The medications you are taking regardless brand name, is not curing your pathology. As your primary doctors call it "they are only controlling your blood pressure". Means; they are giving you a medication to make your heart work a little slower. So as you can see you are not getting medication to get cure. Also, medications to control high blood pressure, regardless brand name has a secondary side effects, such as: feeling light-headed, fainting; urinating more or less than usual, or not at all; fever, chills, body aches, flu sym... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Blood Pressure.
Wed, Jul 31 '13, 4:53 PM
stop bleeding
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i want to know within how many hours tranexa mf tablet will stop bleeding?.. please reply for me soon.. ## hi i got my periods today which is 5 days earlier than my monthly date.i am newly married and tomorrow is my first night.could you please let me know does taking trenexa 500mg will stop the bleeding,or is there any medicine to stop the bleeding for another 4 days without an adverse effect to my health ## My periods started 6 days ago and still continues, I need to travel to some rainy place due to official trip... can you plz suggest any tablet which can stop ongoing bleeding for 3 days. Urgent plz. Thanks. ## @deepa Based on my research, Trenaxa contains the active ingredient "Tranexamic acid" which is used to prevent or control blood attacks in hemophiliacs. I believe som... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Tranexamic Acid.
Fri, Oct 17 '14, 12:51 AM
corticosteroids
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treatment for carpal tunnel ## A corticosteroid drug, any one of several synthetic or naturally occurring substances with the general chemical structure of steroids . They are used therapeutically to mimic or augment the effects of the naturally occurring corticosteroids, which are produced in the cortex of the adrenal gland . Corticosteroids are very powerful drugs that affect the entire body; even corticosteroids used on large areas of skin for long periods are absorbed in sufficient quantity to cause systemic effects. Corticosteroids, as well as adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH), the pituitary gland substance that stimulates the adrenal cortex, have modifying effects on many diseases. Some corticosteroid derivatives mimic the action of the naturally occurring steroid hormone aldoste... ...
Updated 9 years ago in Steroids.
Thu, Dec 15 '05, 1:23 PM
Any kind of Prescription or supplement for energy
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Iam looking for a prescription drug or an otc drug to give me energy to get through the day.I stay very tired and sleepy throughout the day. ## Hi snickers, In my opinion, there are many other natural alternatives out there that are better than any of the prescription or otc drugs; but if I had to suggest an otc one, it would be OxyElite Pro by USP Labs. Other people go the prescription route and opt for drugs like Phentermine; but I personally don't think it's worth the possible side effects. Do you drink coffee or tea regularly? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Phentermine.
Wed, Jul 18 '12, 10:06 AM
Success with Jetrea? Side effects subside?
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I am scheduled for Jetrea 4/30. I am wondering if your side effects have subsided and would you do it again. ## Hoping to hear from people who used Jetrea to close Macular Hole. I am wondering about lasting side effects. Do you think it was worth it? Did you need to go on to have to have surgery? Any thoughts, opinions and insights on Jetrea are appreciated. ## I have had a successful experience with Jetrea. I have just posted a brief description of my post injection recovery here and have kept a blog. I hope my comments will be of help to you. ## Thank you so much for sharing your story. I read your blog and it was extremely interesting and well done. I think it is interesting that you felt so confident to try Jetrea when you were maybe the first in the country to do so while I am so h... ...
Updated 7 days ago in Jetrea.
Thu, Dec 11 '14, 8:13 PM
neutrilite medicine
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Migrain pain of my wife, age 33 yrs. since last 5 yrs. Related with period time. ## Many women do experience headaches or migraines around the time of their menstrual cycle, due to the hormon fluctuations, especially if they take hormonal contraceptives. The only things I can find under Nutrilite or any similar names are nutritional supplements and those would only really help if here problem was caused by a deficiency in some vital nutrient. However, if it is related to hormonal fluctuations, they will likely not do much to help her. Has her doctor advise her to use them? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Jul 12 '11, 10:11 AM
Private Methadone Doctors
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Hello. I am a 26 year old male who has been struggling with opiate addiction for about a decade. Recently I tried the suboxone program which helped to a degree, but meds were way to expensive as well as the Drs appointment. So I am looking for help with my disease and I would like to know if methadone is the right route for me to go. Thanks ## Methadone does help many people and it can be cheaper than Suboxone, however, you will more than likely still have to visit a doctor or clinic regularly. The main drawback to Methadone is that it can also be quite an addictive substance and people that is use it usually end up requiring a lifetime maintenance dose of it, while Suboxone can be slowly tapered and enable the person to eventually become completely drug free. Have you tried consulting ... ...
Updated 9 days ago in Methadone.
Wed, Dec 10 '14, 3:11 PM
Minimal side effects
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I have been on anti depressants for some 11 months, first on Lexapro and for about 4 months on Cymbalta. My word, Cymbalta are so much better FOR ME! Yes I get the insomnia but have found taking Phenergan helpful, taking 25mg probably most nights. I can work well, do gym walking, and to be honest, function quite normally. My anxiety levels go out of whack, say once a fortnight, usually lasts a day but with the support of my wife, and friends it passes quickly. Just call people up, be honest how you feeling and the ones who really care and understand will help you through that day. The most helpful source of hope for me? Reading the Bible and knowing that we have a hope in Jesus Christ. ## Thanks for taking the time to share your experience on Cymbalta and Phenergan. I'm sure many pe... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cymbalta.
Sun, Dec 30 '12, 10:21 PM


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