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Dry Skin on Fingers

For last 3 months I am facing the problem of Dry skin the finger tips. I apply moisturiser, normal coconut oil etc. But no effect. I showed to my skin speciallist. But with thee medicines also no difference. 2 of the of the fingers are having skin crack. so I wrap BandAid strip. so for 2-3 days it is ok but again it becomes dry. Any medicine / precaution etc. ## Use dipsalic cream at night only. Investigate for renal and hepatic functions.

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Adderall manufactured by Teva not working

I have had two refills of Adderall 20 mg that was manufactured by Teva/barr (Teva) and it seems to have much less medication in each pill. Refills by another manufacturer work. This is ridiculous, and where do we report Teva and who can check each pill for amount for medication? I would gladly donate some of my worthless ones to the FDA? ## You'd have to report any complaints to the FDA, at 888-INFO-FDA. However, there may not actually be anything to report. They do allow generic medications to differ from the name brands, in the amount of the active ingredient, by up to plus or minus 20%. This is considered an acceptable therapeutic window. For most people, these differences don't cause any problems, but if someone is sensitive to medications, it means that one with a slightly ...

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is softovac available in canada

My dad is 80 yrs and he takes softovac daily. He is going to visit my brother in Canada, Toronto for 6 months and he is worried if this medicine is available in Toronto as he is not permitted to carry a large supply when he travels. ## I am taking Softvac daily. From where I can get in Toronto ??

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use of Fluorouracil 5% on your scalp

I read that you should wash the site before application. Are you to wash your hair everyday, twice a day if you apply Fluorouracil 2 x per day? Is it ok to use your regular shampoo. I understand that use of Fluorouracil cream can spread to areas that may not already show signs of precancerous spots. Has anyone noticed this to happen? How far has it spread, entire scalp? Please share any experience you have had with treating scalp.

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ELIQUIS: Stomach Pain, Abdominal Swelling, Bloating, Gas

Have been taking Eliquis 5 mg 2x day for almost 3 months. Seem to be having Stomach Pain, Abdominal Swelling, Bloating, Gas, Facial Swelling and lots of weight gain and water retention. Also brain fog and memory problems. (It's hard to tell how much of this is from Eliquis and how much from CHF associated with A-Fib. Also taking Beta Blocker and Digoxin.) Eliquis has been out long enough for the pharmaceutical company (BMS) to put out a REVISED list of side-effects, to reflect real-life patients' experiences. Wonder if they have done so, or when they'll do so? Am probably going to switch to Xarelto and stop the Eliquis, in hopes that the Xarelto will cause fewer problems. ## You might want to rethink that decison, Afibber. Here is what the pharmacists say: Examining the Comp...

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Remeron (Mirtazapine) with Diapam (Diazepam)

I am 52-year-old man. I take Remeron (Mirtazapine) for anxiety and depression. I started to use this medication about one week ago. I take the medication in the evening. I read in the patient information leaflet that I should not drink alcohol. How many hours after I take the medication is it safe to drink? Sometimes I drive to work by car. When I had the medication dispensed in the pharmacy, they said that the medication can cause drowsiness. Can I drive If I use this medication? I also use Diapam(Diazepam), is it safe to take these medications together? ## I would be more concerned with combining valium and stimulants. I admit it is no longer the 1980s'! I would not recommend driving after taking remeron. The alcohol when moderated well is a guessing game. You have to try it befor...

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gernic vicodin

oval v printed one side and the other side 3592 ## Are Vicodin and Hydracodone the same? I have been receiving Hydracodone from the VA Medical Center and on my last refill I received what appears to be generic Vicodin. There's a 'V' on one side and a 3592 on the opposite side of this white oblong pill. thank you in advance for your response. ## You are probably more familiar with lortab. There are some differences. I have heard that lortab without the aspirin works very well for moderate to severe head trauma (i.e., shot in the head; literally he has a new eyeball and all is ok now). Unfortunately I imagine that the VA is using the cheapest and "safest" mixture. ## The V is a manufacturer's logo, it is not indicative of what the tablets contain. However, Vicodin ...

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what does this drug do?

does anyone know what this is for? ## someone answer... ## This drug is used for bacterial infections, usually of the respiratory tract (such as pneumonia, strep throat, bronchitis, middle ear infection, etc.). Sometimes it is also combined with other antibiotics for ulcers, skin infections, an certain infections in people with aids. ## Biaxin contains the active ingredient Clarithromycin, as Breezy stated, it is an antibiotic that is used to treat various types of bacterial infections. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, diarrhea, and non-allergic skin rash. Is there anything I can help with?

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m361

a Large blue chalk pill, non coated with a dent in the middle and on back and written in the front is M361, could be an antidepressant ## that is not a antidepressant it is loracet 10/650 a controled pain medication ## Light blue oval/oblong/football shaped tablet, Scored one side Other side imprinted 1441 or 1447 ## That is correct, the light blue tablet with the marking M 361 is manufactured by Mallinkcrodt Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 10mgs of Hydrocodone, and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it is an opiate analgesic. NDC: 00406-0361 The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. I believe the marking on the other tablet is actually L441, it is manufactured by P...

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I need to find the name of this drug

It is a round white pill. On one side it has the number 44 on top and a line under it with the roman numerals III. I cannot find what this pill is. Please help!! ## I know of a pill with imprint 44 ---- 111 It has 1's instead of I's, but is the same color and shape, so maybe that is what you are referring to. If you think that maybe this is a match then that drug is Genaphed Plus, in the same family as Sudafed Cold & Allergy. Main ingredients are Pseudoephedrine and Chlorpheniramine. Good Luck ! ## The identification provided is correct, Genaphed Plus contains 4mg of Chlorpheniramine, and 60mgs of Pseudoephedrine. It is manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals. NDC: 00182-1471 It is commonly used to treat cold, and allergy symptoms. The FDA lists its typical side effects as poss...

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