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How do you take Subutex? Swallow or put under tongue to dissolve?
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I have a friend who takes suboxone & recently got a subutex given to him. I take suboxone myself but ive never heard of subutex until couple days ago. I would like to know how is subutex supposed to be taken? Under your tongue or do u swallow it? I am worried about my friend & i have searched every site possible on information on subutex but none of these sites say how it is suppose to be taken. what are the side effects of subutex? why do doctors give pregnant women subutex & not suboxone during pregnancy? i need to know any & all information on subutex. i have hidden the pill from my friend until i can try 2 find some information on it & he has been sick but i dont want anything bad to happen to him.also is subutex a small white round pill with number 8 on one side...
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Rhodes pharmaceuticals 7.5 325 oxycodone
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The pill is white round imprinted with RP and 7.5 325. Manufactured by rhodes pharmaceuticals. It is oxycodone/acetaminophen. Have there been any reviews good or bad on this pill or compared to other manufacturers? ## Hello, Robert! How are you? I've not read a lot of complaints about it, so far, but that could change at any time. It seems that this tablet is just not becoming more common, so more people are receiving it from their pharmacies. Have you tried them? How do they work for you? The FDA classifies this medication as being a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. ## I just received a script and they was from Rhodes Pharmaceuticals they was the 5/325 oxyco...
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Cipla actin and HIV
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Hi, I'm 24yrs old and my weight is 40kgs. I am not yet on ARVs but I'm HIV positive. I previously weighed 50kgs and I would like to get back to my weight. Is Cipla actin safe for me? ## I'm glad u asked that question because I've also been asking it at the clinic I take my arvs from but was advised to tell the pharmacist that I'm HIV + before buying anything over the counter....I hope someone out there will have the answers we are looking for. I desperately need to gain my appetite back & my weight. ## Before combining any two or more substances, I think it's always best to contact your prescribing doctor first just to be on the safe side. However according to the US National Institute of Health, there are no contraindications listed between Cyproheptadine (t...
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z 71 white oblong scored pill
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Was found in a hydrocodone bottle ## If it is stamped Watson 358 or m358 its a Lortab; which Lortab is the brand name of Hydrocodone. ## The tablet with the Z71 marking is manufactured by Zydus Pharmaceuticals and contains 500mgs of Metformin, which is used to help lower and control blood sugar in diabetics. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, flatulence, hypoglycemia, and diarrhea. (NDC 68382-0760) Payton, Lortab is the name brand for it. (NDC 16590-636, just one example.) However, it should be noted that it no longer contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen, due to FDA action, combined medications cannot contain more than 325mgs of Acetaminophen, per dose. Is there anything else I can help with?
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20-16 white pill round
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small white, round pill. 20 then a line , then 16 under the line. not scored. nothing on other side ## Is the marking possibly ZC 16? Can you please double check and post back? If so it is manufactured by Zydus Pharmaceuticals and it contains 20mgs of Paroxetine, which is an SSRI antidepressant. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, headache, mood changes, and weight changes. (NDC 00406-2098.)
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Subutex question for someone that really really really knows!
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Looooong read. I warn you now :) Ok. PLEASE don't explain how it works or what it does. Save yourself the time. I am extremely familiar with how it works and what it does. But I have a question that's been on my mind for many moons, forever actually (10 plus years) and I can't seem to get a straight answer to it no matter how many times I ask it and where I ask it. I am asking it here for the first time. Just always get the usual, familiar rhetoric explaining to me how it works and where it binds and what it does, blah blah blah, but no one ever can explain the "why" behind all this wonderful science! And at the end have one first hand case PROVING what I'm questioning to be true. Ok so follow. So if buprenorphine is stronger than and has a higher affinity than l...
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HYDROCODONE watson 373
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mg. of hydrocodone per tablet ## Is is a yellow, oval tablet with the marking WATSON 853? If so, Watson states that it contains 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. (NDC for future reference 63874-834) The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. Can you please double check and post back?
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doctors willing to prescribe oxycodone in phoenix
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Please please please someone direct me to a doctor who will listen and prescribe the amount of oxycodone my son needs. Pain management clinics are a joke and fall short of what we know will keep him comfortable until they can do the therapy or procedures that may be able to get him out of pain so he doesn't have to take it. He only needs 60 mg a day in 4 15 mg doses. That is what we've found works and makes it so he doesn't get sick from the meds and is out of the considerable pain he is in. He can't work because they won't give him enough to function. I have spent so much money I dont have to take care of him! He has Ahccs healthcare coverage! They only give him 3 10mg pills a day which falls short of the care he needs and is in so much pain. I am at my wits end! We...
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can you take a motrin muscle relaxer as well pain medicatio
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I broke my neck and I have a cage in it years later I broke my spine it was dangling when I would bend over they put in for screws Etc a few years later I broke my spine again right above 4 screws I had to take them out and put in 6 at that time I also broke the middle of my back they had to cement that I have also had a huge tumor on my bowel they had to take 11 in out check it all for endometriosis and had to reopen my c-section scar to do a total hysterectomy and burn endometriosis out of the cavity of my body since then I've had many surgeries the last back surgery did not heal right I needed a stent in my leg I'm left with permanent nerve damage doc said my feet and my legs are slowly dying I have to take pain medication for the rest of my life recently they have switched m...
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Ardosons and COPD
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I have COPD and was wondering if Ardosons will cause any adverse side effects to my breathing? I have 2 inhalers: Spriva (once daily) and Symbalta (twice daily). ## Ardosons contains Betamethasone, it is a steroid class medication that is used to treat allergic reactions, inflammation, and immune disorders. (An NDC link for more information: 66993-897.) The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including rash, nausea, headache, skin redness, and irritation. (In the U.S. it is most commonly used topically.) Symbalta is not the name of an inhaler? Can you please double check the name and post back? Thank you! And given you have issues breathing, it would be best not to take anything your doctor has not approved for you.
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