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I want to know how many are suffering from withdrawal from this drug that causes itching all over the body. At the people's pharmacy there is an article about this very problem, yet Zyrtec doesn't list the information on their web site. This is my third attempt to get off of this med and I'm going crazy from the itching. ## If you take any medication for a long period of time, you will experience some withdrawal effects. This is just as true of allergy medications, as it is of any other. One of the most common withdrawal effects are rebound effects, so for an allergy medication, this can include itching. Have you spoken to your doctor about it? ## I keep getting itching after this. Not had it before, but it's the first time I've taken the medicine for more than a mon...
Updated 5 minutes ago in Cetirizine Hydrochloride Allergy.
 
identifying pill imprint ip 464
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Can it be Percocet? I really would appreciate an answer. I found them in one of my bottles of pills. ## Hi Margo, Based on my research, a white round pill imprinted with IP over 464 on one side and blank on the other, is reportedly identified as a 400mg Ibuprofen tablet. For verification, the labeler/manufacturer is listed as Amneal Pharmaceuticals and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 53746-464. You can also click on the NDC link to view an image of the pill. I hope this helps!
Updated 13 minutes ago in Percocet.
 
small D-shaped yellow pill with 5 on one side and D on the other
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Hi. I found 35 little yellow pale colored pills with a 5 on one side and with a D on the other side. The pill itself is like a capital D shape. Can anyone tell me what it is? ## Hi Gisela, A D-shaped yellow pill with 5 on one side and D on the other is reportedly identified as a 5mg Focalin (dexmethylphenidate) tablet, marketed for use in treating ADHD. For verification, the manufacturer/packager is listed as Novartis Pharmaceuticals and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 0078-0381-05. I hope this helps!
Updated 30 minutes ago in Focalin.
 
OXYMORPHONE!!! Help finding generic opana 40 mgs PLEASE!!!
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Ive been on opans 40 mg for about 5 yrs.i hate the new formulated opanas so when i found out about the release of the generic from impaxs and how well theyve worked for others that have been on opana too ive wanted to get them.well i got my script yesterday and cant find them anywhere.most places keep saying they dont make a generic which i know is bulls*** cuz i called impax to find out where i can find them and they didnt kno but gave me the names of the 3 distributers they deal with and got no where with that.my question is does anyone kno of a place around akron/canton ohio area that i can get them filled.any help with this is greatly appreciated.thanks for the help and good luck to everyone else that is dealing with chronic pain and going through hell just to get some releif which ...
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Withdrawal Effects Of Weaning Off Dilaudid
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What are the effects during the weaning off period of Dilaudid? ## Hi Pal, Dilaudid withdrawal symptoms typically include the following side effects: Abnormal skin sensations Aches and pains Anxiety Cold- or flu-like conditions Diarrhea Goose bumps Hallucinations (seeing, hearing, or feeling things that are not there) Headaches Insomnia Loss of appetite Mood swings Nausea and vomiting Pain Rigid muscles Rigors (fever chills), tremors, shivers Sleep difficulties Sneezing Sweating Upper respiratory problems There's some important information about withdrawing from dilaudid, that you can view in the link below: Please post back if you have any other questions or comments to add regarding this. ## How do you know if you have a cold or are you going through withdrawl ## I thought I had a...
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is iilvitrim suspension the same as resmed co trimoxazole oral
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I'M HIV positive and and my 9 months old baby is negative, at the clinic they use to prescribe nevarapine and Resmed Co-Trimoxazole Oral Suspension and they gave me Ilvitrim Suspension. Is it Ok? Because she has flue and ever she seems to be very weak and not eating well. ## Yes, it is the same medication, just under a different name. It is an antibiotic and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I'm hiv positive my 4months baby is negative,at the clinic was giving her a nevarapine n ilvitrim bt nw I'm at eastern cape they say a 4months bby is not receiving a nevarapine the nurse give me only ilvitrim.is it is good cz is hiv negative n I'm still breast feeding her? ## Hi my daught...
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teva 832 round yellow pill
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Found this pill with Teva on one side and 832 ## is teve pharm making a clonazepam with 832 side a dnd teva sind b ## I just found some information on this, there have been several recent posts about these TEVA imprints. It seems they have decided to do away with their former code of 93 and replace it with TEVA on the pills. So, yes, the TEVA 832, which formerly had the imprint 93 832 contains 0.5mgs of Clonazepam, the active ingredient in Klonopin. It is a benzodiazepine used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and irritability. Read more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## All the benzos including Klonopin can also be used for seizure disorders or delerium tremens. ## is the yellow round pill that says teva on o...
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vitamin d2 1.25mg (50000 Unit)
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Do you take this supplement at night or with meals? When are you supposed to take it? ## You should take vitamin d with some sort of fat- any meal is fine. But you should be aware that taking D2 is NOT the recommended form of Vitamin D. Please take a look at the page on Vitamin D3 to see why that is preferred. You may also be interested in taking a look at this page on Magnesium and Vitamin D to see why it's not the best idea to 'just' take large doses of Vitamin D without taking magnesium to prevent some of the adverse effects that can occur with large doses of Vitamin D. ## suspect Vit D2 overdose with 50,000 units prescribed ## I was very tired so my dr. took blood work and found out I was low on Vitamin D. He put me on 51,000 units and after a few weeks, a person who nev...
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Suprep Bowel Prep Kit
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I am looking for a manufacture coupn that will help me pay for my Suprep Bowel Prep Kit. I an 70 years old and can not afford this medication. Can you help me? ## I've done some searching, but I am sorry, I didn't find anything for patient assistance. Since this is a laxative that is used to to clean out the colon in preparation for certain tests and medical procedures, it is generally a once time purchase and most manufacturers of these products don't offer assistance by way of programs or coupons, because it isn't consider life sustaining and isn't something you are going to be using regularly. There are, however, other alternatives on the market, most doctors just prefer this one, because it is new and contains no sodium phosphate. Have you tried asking your docto...
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Adderall 30mg Which Generic Brand Is Better
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Is the round pink 30 mg Adderall generic name Sandoz/Eon with the markings of CDR 136 on one side more or less effective than the oval orange 30 mg Adderall generic name Barr/Teva with the markings of b974 on one side and 30 on the other side? What is the most effective/potent Adderall that is generic and 30 mg? ## Certain "inactive" ingredients that may or may not be present in each of these brands, are actually detrimental to how the drug is metabolized and used by your body. So it's quite possible that you may respond favorably with one medication and not the other (even if they are the same drug & same dosage); mostly due to how you feel or based on whatever side effects present themselves. Have you taken either one of them yet? I'd probably suggest giving them e...
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