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When should I take dronis 20?
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It is a yellow colored small tablet containing drospirenone USP 3mg + ethinyloestradiol IP 0.02mg, and excipients. ## I have been prescribed by my doctor to take dronis 20 tablet and susten 300 tablet. Can u tell me what this two tablets helps in and whether i can conceive while i have taken these two tablets. And before taking these tablet, i have regular periods but now after 10 days (over due from my normal period date) i have not got my periods. ## Whether the susten 300 tablet should be consumed or inserted ## i have been prescribed Dronis 20 tablet by doctor.and i am taking this tablet regularly after dinner.i am married so i want to know that is Dronis 20 an contraceptive pill and it prevents unwanted pregnancy or should i have to take contraceptive pills for prevent pregnancy.. ...
Updated 5 minutes ago in Birth Control / Contraceptive.
dr in las vegas who prescribe oxycodone
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I know after some reading how stupid this sounds but I came to a town 80 mi.fro Las Vegas Nv.thinking I could go in with my Perscription bottles and send for Dr records and get my Perscriptions filled one of which is oxycodone 20 4× day. Well that didn't go well.The provider gave me 10 days worth but doesn't want to treat me as I am on pain medication as if I don't have other medical needs. I'm 63 yes old have never abused my Perscription but she doesn't know that. She referred me to a pain clinic in another state even farther away and I don't always have transportation as I don't drive and not sure if insurance will cover.well they won't take me even when I called with her refferal.She had to send my records which she doesn't have,though I'v...
Updated 7 minutes ago in Oxycodone.
reddish brown capsule with imprint N 150 mg
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reddish brown capsule with imprint capital N 150 mg ## I have found a redish brown capsule with the letter n and 150 printed on it ## What is this pill its redish brown capsule N 150 ## Someone gave this capsule to my mentally challeged son im glad he came home to me and asked what it was can u tell me its got beads in it ...
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White Xanax Bar G3722
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The two G's are different. 1 is more angular and 1 is rounded. just FYI ## The more rounded ones are real. ## @Casey, To confirm, the pill you have is in fact Xanax (Alprazolam) 2 mg. Xanax (Alprazolam) is primarily used to treat moderate to severe anxiety disorders (e.g., social anxiety disorder) and panic attacks, and is used as an adjunctive treatment for anxiety associated with moderate depression. Manufacturer: Greenstone Limited National Drug Code (NDC): 59762-3722 The difference in the look of the G's could just mean that they are from two different manufacturers. Learn More: Alprazolam Details If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## I have recently got some white Xanax 2 mg with G3722 on them. when I took one I fel...
Updated 10 minutes ago in Xanax.
Rhodes brand 10-325 RP Oxycodone
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I seem to be having the same issue as some in this forum. I had been on another brand until this refill & well this Rhodes brand doesn't seem as effective. One of the main reasons I'm here, I thought it odd that I wasn't getting the same relief as the other brand. I'm going to contact my pharmacy and see if they can do anything, I may call my PM doctor as well to see if they have any suggestions. ## The last two months have been hard on me since Rite aid switched from really good working oxycodone 10/325 to this RHODES pharmacy GARBAGE and it’s not only that but all my meds aren’t working like they used to. I loved my old ones (oblong) Easily cut/snap in half. With this maker of these meds my eyes burn and water, nose constantly runs and I’m in so m...
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How long after you stop Suboxone do you have withdrawal symptoms?
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My 63y/o mother survived chemo and radiation for throat cancer but was unable to stop the morphine 15mg twice a day without horrible withdrawal symptoms. Her MD put her on Suboxone 8mg/2mg once a day in June. She even took half the strip on most days and the doctor was very pleased and anticipated that she would be able to stop altogether in November. She unfortunately had a stroke 14 days ago and has been in the hospital. The first 7 days she was confused from the stroke but now she is weak and forgetful but is no longer disoriented. She told me tonight that she thought she needed her Suboxone. She said she thought she was going thru withdrawal. I was floored. She is not having any outward signs of withdrawal: no back/stomach pain, no nausea/vomiting, no sweating or tremors. Isn't ...
Updated 15 minutes ago in Suboxone.
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Assuming recommended dosage of Sandoz chlolestyramine powder is once a day, when is the best time to take it ? At bedtime ? An hour after breakfast ? An hour after evening dinner meal ? It is my understanding the powder should not be taken too soon after a meal.and/or before a meal. ## From what I've found, it's just said that it should be taken before meals, but it doesn't list any one in particular for this dosing, such as before breakfast or dinner. Learn more Cholestyramine details here. Have you consulted your doctor? They may have a better idea of when it would be best for you to take it. The most common side effect associated with it is constipation. ## Take this medication before a meal and/or at bedtime, and try to take any other medications at least 1 hour before o...
Updated 21 minutes ago in Cholestyramine.
heavy periods eliquis
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I was diagnosed with a blood clot in my leg after foot surgery a couple weeks, i am on Eliquis. I started my period 24 hours ago and it is so heavy with tons of huge clots that it's making me really nervous. I have had so many "accidents" in less than 24 hours than i usually do in 6 cycles. I went through a thick heavy flow overnight pad in 4 hours. All through the night i had to get up and go to the bathroom every 45 minutes which didn't leave time for much sleep, I'm nervous to fall asleep for more than an hour or two at a time. Is this normal, I'm only 37. ## Yes, Eliquis can cause you to bleed more and experience more clots, during your menstrual cycle, according to FDA warnings. You may also experience nausea, dizziness, and headache. However, it is best to ...
Updated 33 minutes ago in Eliquis.
Chronic pain patient with severe anxiety and panic attacks
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I'm a patient going to pain management receiving OxyContin for chronic lower back pain and nerve damage in my feet and legs! I'm also seeing a psychologist who has diagnosed me with severe anxiety issues and ADHD disorders! I have hardware in my lower back (plates and screws), back fusion from S1 through L5 L3 L2! I've been disabled for 14 years! My question is, can my pain management dr tell me I have to pick and choose which meds I need the most? She's telling me I can't receive my pain meds and my Xanax too! I have a contract with a comprehensive pain specialist. Can she kick me out of pain management because of the new guidelines in Tennessee? I'm going through a divorce and I've lost my son in a car wreck! I'm in constant pain and I'm having a pa...
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Prolia Side Effects Duration
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Would like to know if anyone had side effects from Prolia but they went away - and how long did it take for that to happen? ## There have been many posts about people suffering side effects, which in theory should wear off in a few weeks, but it hasn't worked that way for many. Here's a link to a post with comments from several people that have been suffering problems: Are you also suffering from problems? ## First injection Feb. One week later could barely walk or use my arms due to pain. Now have back pain, musculoskeletal pain, cholesterol very high and walk with a cane or walker,very seldom drive now, due to arm weakness.AND my doctor said there were no side effects.!!! Will not take second shot in August. ## Have you rec'd any info on your question. Or since May can you...
Updated 44 minutes ago in Prolia.

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