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What Is The Best Generic Of Lamictal

I've been taking the generic for Lamictal for about five years. Recently I've been feeling different at about the beginning of the year. I use to take the white ones but now I am taking a generic by Taro. What is the best generic for this drug? I never really payed any attention until I started getting this crazy migraines. If anyone has any insights it would be much appreciated. ## There's really no way to say which is the best, since different people can react differently, so it depends on what works for you. The best idea I can give you is to check with your pharmacy and see who manufactured the ones that you used to take and ask if they can order them back in for you. They usually can and will sometimes do so for their regular customers. Does anyone else have any advice ...

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tablet white 44 198

This is a generic 8mg suboxone buphnorphine pill ## pill imprint 44 198 is a generic 8 mg suboxone ## I'm sorry, but this is not correct. Tablet marked with a 44 followed by 3 additional numbers are all over the counter products. This one is currently being manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 50mgs of Dinenhydrinate. The FDA lists this medication as being used to treat or prevent nausea, vomiting and vertigo. Its typical side effects include drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Are there any questions or concerns? ## I have to pill. It's round white blank on one side and has a 44 on top of score and 198 on bottom of score. Some say its Subutex others say its another medication stating with a D. could you please help as soon as possible? Thank you,...

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how many decilone forte can i take per day

I have sore eyes in 4days and i buy decilone forte. how many tablet can i take per day? please answer my question. ## Good evening po. I just want to know how many tablet per day of decsilon forte to take. My only problem is having an allergy on my skin.. very itchy although it's very small on my leg part but I've been using many kinds of ointment like trozyd, tinactin, etc. But still nothing change. Pls reply bcoz I want to try decsilon forte but safe as well ## Dexamethasone is a steroid class medication, so you should only take it as prescribed and directed by your doctor. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, acne, fluid retention, nervousness, and insomnia. Yuen, has your doctor prescribed it for you? Are you sure that your issue is...

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Looking for a doctor in wv or close that prescribes subutex

I know people in wv who go to pa to get scripts of subutex and sell them. They wont give up any info about the doctor they go too because they don't want anyone else in the area out selling them. I am an addict who needs help. I have researched subutex and I feel that this med will help me. I am tired of these pain killers killing my pocket. If anyone has any info on a good doctor in wv or surrounding states please let me know. ## I may not have a personal doctor I can refer you to, but posted below is a buprenorphine physician locator showing 122 Physicians and 16 Treatment Programs found in the State of West Virginia: buprenorphine.samhsa.gov/pls/bwns_locator&one_state=WV With such a list, there's bound to be at least a handful of really good doctors you can turn to for Su...

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trying to find a Doctor in the Lehigh Valley Pa that prescribes subutex or suboxone

Need to find a Doctor that take Blue Cross that will provide me subutex I live in PA the Lehigh Valley .All of the Doctors will only take medical assistance or the clinics I need help please ## I am so disgusted with the system and Insurance companies.I have blue Cross and have to pay 100 cash because the only clinics in my area only take medicaid.I am very serous about my recovery. The doctors around here only care about the money.All of the subutex/suboxone Doctors are strictly cash basis, I am on social security and cannot afford to pay $100 per visit.And to make it even worse they will not even help submit a claim for re reimbursement. Is there anyone out there that knows of a Doctor or clinic that accepts insurance or is a real Addictions specialist that can help the DEA has made i...

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Steroids for Emphysema

I'd like to ask a question. I've had emphysema for about 15yrs and it's been particularly bad the last 5yrs. I can *feel* it get worse every year. It also takes longer and longer to go away to a level to where I can walk around my home, get dressed, or stand-up to cook! Most of the time getting to the bathroom is exhausting. Recently, my GP gave a course of steroid pills and said I could take them for 3-5days but no longer; "cos they're really bad for you". I asked in what way & she said my bones. This makes no sense to me cos I've had osteo-arthritis since I was 20yrs old; and both knees are bone-on-bone - no cartilidge left. So, since that already exists, what else is wrong with them? I got to tell you, after 2 days I felt as if my illness reversed by 4...

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Hexagon orange pill with n8 one side and an M inside a box

Wondering what kind of pill this is? It has an M inside a box on one side and N8 on the other side. It's also orange and hexagon-shaped. ## Hello Barry, I hope you are doing well. I have found some information on your pill. The imprint of the M inside of a box is the mark of the company Mallinckrodt. I was able to find the manufacturers website and fortunately they have pictures of all of their generic medicines. The only pill that matches your description is Buprenorphine and Naloxone Sublingual Tablets. It looks like the marking is actually 8N, easily read upside down as N8. According to the manufacturer this medicine contains the active ingredients Buprenorphine (8mg) and Naloxone (2mg). The drug is used to treat opiate dependency. Here is a link to the manufacturers website wher...

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Metoprolol and side effects

Took 25mg for 5-6 years and upped by Dr. to 50mg a few years ago due to supposed HBP. Started losing my hair all within one month on crown after being on Metoprolol for a couple of years. Thought it was due to menopause. Was put on med due to PVC's (early heart beats). Turned out several years after going on this med found out that PVC's were due to lack of Vitamin D. Dr. told me to continue meds to lower my BP. Recently ran out of meds and while waiting for refill, took BP several times a day. Found out my BP was better without the Metoprolol. Been off of it cold turkey for a month. Unless my BP goes up, I will NEVER go back on this again. ## Hello, Nix! How are you? I'm glad you're doing so well without it, but please continue to keep an eye on your blood pressure, to ...

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Metoprolol tartrate side effects

I was put on metoprolol about 3 weeks ago for hypertension and an ascending aortic aneurysm. I also have PVCs. I take 25 MG every 12 hours. My BP is better but not great. Some readings are normal and most are high (130/90-5 range) I have noticed more heart palpitations since taking it instead of less. I am having intermittent episodes of chest tightness and breathing being more labored. Also have a cough. Feels like a mild asthma attack. In the past, I would get exertional asthma with heavy exercise or laughing. My sleep is worse for waking up with a cough, palpitations, anxiety, or chest heaviness. I also have been hoarse and have a tickle in the back of my throat (postnasal drip?) Are these typical side effects? Do they warrant a reduction in my dosage? I see my cardiologist on Monday...

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Prescription Drug Coverage For Pain Management

In a recent comprehensive analysis of clinical and public health strategies for opioid therapy, a news article by the Journal of American Medical Association asks, "among US insurers, what are the coverage policies for pharmacologic treatments for low back pain?" Findings from their studies demonstrate the need for insurance companies to redesign their coverage policies in order to improve pain management protocol and reduce opioid-related conundrums. Their abstract outlines the importance of taking time to understand US insurer's medication coverage policies for the treatment of chronic (noncancer) pain and which medications these policies include. "Conclusions and Relevance - Given the effect of coverage policies on drug utilization and health outcomes, these findings ...

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