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local new jersey doctor that prescribes xanax/klonopin or valium

Hi, I have extremely bad anxiety and need to be on something. I have used all mentioned above before n they work great but NO doctors want to give them out anymore. They gave me some other non benzo weak s*** that doesn't work at all. Can anyone recommend a doctor in new jersey near 08854 (Piscataway/ Plainfield/Edison/ Etc). Please lmk. My email is {edited for privacy}. I'm really desperate n tired of suffering with this condition. Thanks in advance. Kim ## Dr. Joop Offerman, Pittsburgh, PA cut off all of my benzo w/in 1 minute. He Had me on atavan 3x per day and ambien 1X at bedtime. The pharmacy called him to ask him a question about an ativan prescription and he telephoned me saying that he would NEVER prescribe me a benzo again. He makes you wait till the last day of your p...

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Oxycontin vs. Generic Oxycontin

Much to my surprise 2 days ago my pharmacy gave me generic OxyContin instead of Brand OxyContin. I have been on 40 mg. OxyContin 3x's daily and have been for 15 years. I don't think twice about them as there is a 2 hour window to take it and never any problems with them, only my Sister knows I have even have to take them (I'm 57 years old). These Generic Oxycontins are identical in color, size, markings, everything which is odd. The only information I can find on the content of the drug is that the generic is the same as the brand name Only in the inactive ingredients but the active ingredience are different. The reason I'm asking about them is I feel absolutely terrible, I'm having stomach pains, all my joints hurt, having very bad headaches and I rarely get headach...

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Carisoprodol/Soma - need a doctor to prescribe it!

I've been taking soma / carisoprodol off and on for 22 years. When I first took it, I was told to take two 350 mg at bedtime, and it was too much and I nicknamed it Coma! Later I learned that when I first start taking soma after not taking it for a long time to only take 1/4 tab, or even a bit less. Later I can take more as needed, but starting out 1/4 or even 1/8th helps when I haven't take it for a very long time. Now I can't find a doctor who will prescribe it, I read as much as I could find and asked as many, doctors, pharmacists why, and they said various things, but it seemed to come down to the medicine has fallen out of favor because of abuse, "A considerable proportion of carisoprodol is metabolized to meprobamate" (from Wikipedia and that there is abuse. I ...

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buprenorphine 8mg tablet comparisons

Is there a difference between 54 411 tablets and the orange half moon subutex? My son seems to think the 54 411 makes him sick. Is there any ingredient difference? ## The 54 411 pill made by Roxane Labs (with a National Drug Code of 00054-0177), contains the following set of inactive ingredients: citric acid anhydrous, corn starch, crospovidone, lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate, mannitol, povidone, and sodium citrate The orange half moon 153 subutex pill made by Actavis (with a National Drug Code of 0228-3153) contains: anhydrous citric acid, crospovidone, fd & c yellow no. 6, lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate, mannitol, corn starch, povidones, and trisodium citrate dihydrate I know some of us are more sensitive than others to various inert ingredients (such as dye'...

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NIH and Pain Management

Good day to all. This post is for those who may be faced with chronic pain or who may have loved ones undergoing difficult challenges in a similar capacity. I'm writing this message because I just stumbled upon an article by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), as they recently announced a meeting they held on May 31st through June 1st, 2018 discussing chronic pain and the opioid crisis. The event was intended to highlight the need for better pain management by taking advantage of the latest research in the field. In hindsight, many of us have come to terms that it's predominantly an illicit drug and fentanyl crisis (not solely prescribed opioids as is often depicted), but for the sake of allowing mainstream news to shed light on better approaches to pain management, I think...

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Sandoz Adderall

Sandoz is the best generic ir adderall I've used. August 11, 2017 I was told by the pharmacist they no longer produce this product. I asked if brand name was available and was told yes. When I received them I noticed they were made by Teva and let me tell you they are awful. I don't know what to do if I can't find a decent generic brand. ## Activis (spell check?) is pretty good. I also went from Sandoz to Teva, not by choice, and hated it. Then I tried Activis, and I'm happy with it. ## That's strange if it is discontinued but CVS just gave me Sandoz Adderall today 9/5/2017 , I had requested corepharma because previously they gave me Mylan brand, which was Bad. I did well on corepharma but the only generic they could get was Sandoz. ## It is possible that just that p...

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Can Gelmicin be use for Psorisis

Doe Gelmicin work on Psorisis? Hand has anybody used it for that purpose? ## Gelmicin contains the active ingredients Betamethasone, Clotrimazole and Gentamicin, it combines steroids with an antifungal and antibiotic medications to treat various types of skin conditions. It can be used topically, to treat Psoriasis. You can read more about these medications here: Did you have any other questions? ## I requested a cream to treat my scalp psoriasis at a pharmacy in Mexico as the US meds only relieved, but did not make it go away. The pharmacist gave me Gelmicin, you would not believe the miracle it caused. my forehead and behind my ears was covered with psoriasis. within two days that I apply it, it makes that plaques dissapear from these areas. None of the previously used meds did this. ...

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Prolia side effects ongoing

I had my infusion Mar 4 2015. I have experienced severe stomach pains, leg pains that wake me up at night, a horrible dry cough, near migraine type headaches, very severe weakness, trouble walking, constipation, had to have dental work that I usually have great teeth, some trouble sleeping. My rheumatologist did nothing to try to help me with the symptoms but my primary doctor gave me medication that help with the stomach pains, take Excedrin for Migraines and enteric aspirin for back and body, and other meds to try and find some comfort. I'm somewhat better than the few weeks after the infusion but still have a lot of problems. Hopefully this doesn't last for 6 months. ## Hello, Shirl! How are you? I'm so sorry about what you're going through. Everything you've list...

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buprenorphine 8mg with 460 imprint vs 54 411

Does the buprenorphine 8mg 460 work as well as 54 411's? I'm curious as I've seen other imprints, just not 460. Please let me know if they are better or worse. ## BETTER. The only thing is they taste a tad worse. I use 1mg intranasally a day and these are slightly smaller and worker slightly better in my opinion. ## Among other influential factors, some people may respond better or worse to the different binders/fillers upon switching from one tablet to the next. That said, the only true way to compare efficacy is to go through trial and error with both versions yourself and not solely based off someone else's feedback. Inactive ingredients in the 460 pill are: Lactose Monohydrate, Mannitol, Povidones, Anhydrous Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Butylated Hydroxyanisole, Magn...

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Rhodes/Purdue buprenorphine hcl 8mg RP b8 vs Roxanne 54 411

I have made the switch from the 8mg films to 8mg buprenorphine tablets only. With all the research I've done and experience I do my best to stay away from actavis mylan and nowadays sandoz. I noticed everyone has enjoyed the Roxanne now westward generics amongst hi-tech coming in second/mylan. I have no experience with mylan bup and don't want to take the risk even as mylan has always been a waste imo. I'm not a fan of allergan (actavis) taking over watson so depending on the drug dispenses I most stay away. There are as of now 7 manufacturers of generic buprenorphine hcl 8mg (generic subutex). They are in order of my preferred with not much experience except with brand name: *roxanne (now westward pharma)- 54 411 *hi tech- 8 ^(arrow) *mylan- M924 *teva (allergen/activas own...

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