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Belviq
Can't find a local doctor to prescribe this new weight loss drug Belviq. Live in Central MN ## I'm sorry, but there is no directory of doctors that will or will not prescribe any given medication. And if you're calling around to various doctors and asking if they'll prescribe any particular medication, they will tell you no, because that's considered drug seeking behavior and it doesn't matter what type of medication you're asking about. Learn more Belviq details here. Any doctor can prescribe it. Do you currently have a PCP that you see regularly? If so, you can ask them about it, or have them refer you to someone. ## Hi, I'm having the same issue. I met with my doctor and provided her all the information I could print on it. She informed me that because... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Belviq.
Sat, Aug 16 '14, 10:49 PM   8  Subscribe to thread 255210
Boehringer Ingleheim Pharmaceutical Company
Has anyone out there had contact with this drug company to find out why their inhaler, Spiriva, causes weight gain. I, along with many others, have had this happen only to get no clear answer as to why this problem continues. It is a terrible side effect that won't go away even after the drug is discontinued. Thank you, Bill. ## Hi, Bill! I have looked over your other post and response where you said the weight gain is all in the abdomen. It's hard to say how any medication will affect anyone that uses it, so I don't want to discount the possibility. However, the chance of it being related to edema, as I originally suggested is still a possibility. A gain in that area of your body would be due to ascites. Or it could just be age related, perhaps hormonal fluctuations, becaus... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Spiriva.
Thu, May 30 '13, 2:43 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 247363
Dexmethasone oral rinse 2%
My blood pressure is gone up from 120/70 to 17o/85 I find my self crying without any explanation.I have no taste foor food. I rinse my mouth three times a day. Any advise.Thank you Peter ## Hi Peter, In regards to your blood pressure concerns, there are many natural alternatives for Blood Pressure control that in my opinion can be just as effective as prescription medication (minus the side effects) if taken seriously. I personally used to have severe hypertension (150/90), but was able to control it by controlling my eating habits and exercising. What works for me may not work for everyone, but my initial advice is to look into natural ways such as: Low/no sodium foods to help reduce inflammation and water retention; supplementation of garlic or ginger, as well as having a diet that is... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Blood Pressure.
Wed, Oct 31 '12, 1:51 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 237777
Diltiazem CD by PAR vs Diltiaz ER.
taken diltiazem cd cap par for years new pharmacy filled rx with diltiaz er teva asked phrmcst he said same are they? 240 mg. AFIB. ## Hello, DesrtDrmr! How are you? From what you've listed in your post, they are the same and have just been manufactured by different companies. With generics, it's common for your pharmacy to switch, depending on which company was offering the cheapest price at the time they needed to restock their supply. Side effects to this medication may include nausea, dizziness, headache, hypotension, lowered heart rate and stomach pain. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 30 days ago in Diltiazem.
Sun, Aug 31 '14, 10:36 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 272199
lisinopril interactions
Can u take tramadol hct 50mg with lisinopril hctz 12.5 mg ## Hello, Patches! How are you? I didn't find any interactions or problems listed between these medications, but it's always best to double check such information to be sure. Tramadol is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 11 days ago in Lisinopril.
Thu, Sep 18 '14, 1:08 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 273387
Pradaxa for Mechanical Heart Valves?
My wife has a leaflet valve in the mitral position, an A-V node ablation with pacemaker and constant A-fib. She has been on coumadin for 30 years and within the past few years has begun to get purple patches on her arms that are not bruises. They appear to be very near to necrosis as any damage to these areas becomes an open lesion. She also has unstable INR and tests weekly with a CoaguChek meter. Her cardiologist is unwilling to try the 100mcg concurrent vitamin-K therapy as an attempt to stabilize INR. It would appear that Pradaxa if approved for mechanical valve protection would get her out of the high risk of INR instability, the purple spots on her arms and maybe prove cost effective. My question, is there any hope that Pradaxa will be approved for her condition in the near future... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Pradaxa.
Tue, Aug 28 '12, 9:39 AM   6  Subscribe to thread 217255
round white 45 on one side blank on other
round white pill with large 45 on one side and blank on other ## I can't find any prescription drugs with just a 45 on them, most have a little more to their imprint than just two numbers. My guess it it could be something over the counter or a foreign med, which are almost impossible to identify since they are not regulated like US prescription drugs. ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Sun, Nov 26 '06, 3:07 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 174041
round white pill double scored
found round white pill that is double scored with no markings ## Did you find out what this is? I have the same pill ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Wed, May 19 '10, 12:06 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 192667
RX given for Nausea ???
Unable to find any referrence of using this drug for nausea. Anybody taking it for this purpose? ## I think it might help with your nausea - this drug is occassionally prescribed for mountain sickness. Has it helped you at all? ## Here is the monograph listing: ...
Updated 7 years ago in Acetazolamide.
Sat, Jul 28 '07, 11:23 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 176163
suboxone tricare
does tricare cover suboxone precriptions ## From what I can find on their website, it will cover the 0.5mg or 2mg Sublingual Suboxone tablets, with a co-payment of $9 per prescription, with no medical need form necessary, though this may vary for members who are actively in uniform. It, of course, must be from an approved doctor at an approved prescribing facility. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## I am out of suboxone today, took 5 more than prescribed. I cannot get hold of my sub. doctor. my appt. is not until Saturday. Im really scared, and need to know what to do i cant be sick now i have too much going on in life. daughters in jail, starting rehab, moms sick, dad died, etc. someone please help? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Apr 25 '11, 11:46 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 208833
tennessee doctors that prescribe oxycodone 30 mg to patients
I need to find another clinic in Tennessee that will continue prescribing the oxycodone 30 mg tablets 5x's day, I have been taking this medicine for the past year,can you help me find another clinic? ## Hello, Doliphn! How are you? What happened with your current clinic? Due to the new regulations and the reluctance of doctors to prescribe such medications, you would be better off staying where you are, if they are currently prescribing something that helps. When looking for another doctor, there is no database that I can refer to for you to see what they will or will not prescribe, or if they will even take you on as a patient. If you really need to seek a new clinic, then one good idea would be to ask your PCP to refer you to one, that may make it easier to find the help you need.... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Nov 21 '13, 4:32 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 255723
Triamterene Hctz 37 5 25 Mg
I went to refill my prescription and for the first time in 12 years it is "not available". I have been switched but is this shortage mean its been discontinued? I do not seen to be doing as well with the replacement (retaining fluid more) and want my old medicine back! ## It has not been discontinued, at this time, according to the reports that are listed by the FDA, but that could change. The manufacturers have had a shortage of the Triamterene, but they haven't given any explanation as to why and most reported that it would be back on the market in April and May, which has clearly not happened, yet. What medication were you switched to? ## I was switched to hydrochlorot 25 mg...pharmacy told me yesterday they are getting no info except still unavailable. Thanks ## Then the... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Triamterene.
Mon, Nov 28 '11, 3:02 AM   8  Subscribe to thread 218940
watson 862?
pill is pink, with watson 862 or watson 852 stamped on it. What is it? ## what is it? pill is pink, watson 862. Is it for blood pressure, I refilled precription of Lisinopril, this is waht i have ## I just finished my rx of lisinopril and the new pills look different, larger with the watson 852 and kinda pink. The phramacy didnt say they had changed ## This tablet is a generic for Zestoretic, it contains 25mgs of Hydrochlorothiazide and 20mgs of Lisinopril, it is used to help lower high blood pressure and to treat certain cardiac conditions. Learn more Zestoretic details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and dehydration. If you were supposed to receive just Lisinopril, you were given the wrong medication by the pharmacy and should return to let them know. Are th... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lisinopril.
Wed, Apr 24 '13, 5:33 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 162455
actifed banned
Hi all, I wanted to find out why Actifed (as a brand) got banned by the United and states and JNJ stopped producing it and came up with Sudafed. Is there a reason why? Is there a link to the legal suit that was filed against a JnJ. Any information about why JNJ stopped producing it would help. Thanks ...
Updated 4 months ago in Sudafed.
Sun, May 18 '14, 11:30 PM   0 
drug for cancer
My Mother in law was diagnosed with breast cancer and she was at the point of death, with cancer of the Breast in its final stage is now back alive and she is so healthy now. Thanks to Rick Simpson cannabis oil that we bought, the Hemp oil was successfully used in curing my mother in-law's breast cancer within 3 months as stated in phoenix tear. Once again i want to thank Rick for his wonderful Hemp Oil we are now happy family with my mother in-law back alive, strong and healthy. Has anyone else tried this? ## Hello, Dan! How are you all? No, there haven't been any other posts about this, so thank you for sharing to let others know. I am so very glad that she's doing well! Is there anything I can help with? ## I suffer from Breast Cancer, which for me, is basically a Death S... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Cancer.
Wed, Jul 16 '14, 8:59 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 265972
focalin xr prescription
My son was prescribed Focalin XR 40mg twice a day. He's 23. But having trouble getting it filled. Called the manufacturer, they say there are no back orders on any of the doses. Can't understand why I can't find a pharmacy that carries it. ## Are you actually going to the pharmacies, with the prescription in hand to ask if they have it? If you just call, you won't get an accurate answer, because they have no way of knowing if the person on the phone is a legitimate customer with a need or a potential thief. This medication carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, insomnia and anorexia. ## Yes I went from pharmacy to pharmacy. Also some of the pharmacies called for me. I also called the manufacturer. They said there ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Focalin.
Mon, Jul 14 '14, 5:54 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 268701
i am looking for kurzyme
Swiss Labs Kurzyme ## anyone have good results using Swiss Labs' product named Kurzyme? ## I have not used Kurzme but you can find the product at 1-800-807-7087. ## What are the known side effects of Kurzyme, and when should it NOT be taken. Is there a generic form, and how much is it and where can it be found? ## I am 24 years old and had a work related concussion several years ago. Since then I have suffered from extreme headaches. Is KurZyme something that would help with that or not. ## Kurzyme is available from , The Healing Way , 2 Market Place , Derby DE1 3PW ...
Updated 3 months ago.
Tue, Jun 24 '14, 5:19 AM   5  Subscribe to thread 184403
oblong tablet
blue oblong pill with az020 on the back with smooth surface on the front ## someone gave my son a blue oblong pill. i am just trying to find out what it is. it has az020 on the front smooth on back; i have sumitted 3 times. does anyone know what kind it is. ## The pill u are asking about is a off brand sleeping pill ## It is a generic or store brand of Tylenol PM, containing 500mgs of Acetaminophen and 25mgs of Diphenhydramine. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tylenol.
Wed, Mar 25 '09, 5:02 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 180255
Oramorph overdose
Would you consider a 20mg dose of Oramorph (a first dose) to be excessive, in a 93 year old person with a history of many medical problems, including COPD? The person had never been given it before, and was given 90mg in 9 hours, when it was then necessary to administer Naxolone. It was given for stomach pain. What could be the possible outcome of this dose? ...
Updated 9 months ago in Oramorph.
Tue, Dec 17 '13, 1:08 PM   0 
Oxycontin Prescription guidelines Tx
My wife has been in pain management for 12 + years. She is on 20 mg x 3 a day. What is the protocol for filling long term prescriptions we are having a problem getting hers filled the way they are written. For the last year he has written her a prescription for six months (six different prescriptions dated monthly) since she is one of his most stable patients. This saves us on office visits and she is subject to random drug panels. There has been no problem filling them for the past year until today, the pharmacy is refusing to fill them as written. ## Hello, Scootchy! How is your wife? Yes, they are not supposed to be post-dated and the pharmacy isn't supposed to fill them like that. According to regulations, she should be seen by her doctor each month and a new prescription writte... ...
Updated 2 months ago in OxyContin.
Wed, Jul 23 '14, 3:50 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 269397

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