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Peploc 40 Side Effects

I've been taking Peploc 40 after meals, prescribed once a day. It's my third day. Yesterday morning I woke up with a terrible headache in my eyes, forehead and on top of my head. By the afternoon I was feeling nauseous. I hardly get headaches and feel concerned. Is it related to symptoms of side effects?

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Baltimore, MD Pain Doctor

Need a dr that will prescribe oxy or something just as strong. Most doc's in the area won't because of all the junkies in bmore. ## i don't know if you are still looking in the annapolis area? try dr william tham in annapolis or dr. jackie syme in gambrills. i know they will help and dr syme does self pay. i am looking myself for a new doctor in or around the annapolis area i am not happy with the doctor my new primary care sent me. need help quick because my primary is only going to write until dec 31. practice change policy and they are not going to write for pain need to go to pain doctor. i need to find a doctor that will write for more than most people ask. i have been on pain meds for 10 years bcs of multiple accidents,disc disease, 3 shot disc and 2 really bad with ot...

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Scholl Solution

I need to know the full names of the active ingredients in the Scholls Solution .Please ## Hello, Based on my research, Scholl's Solution, also known as Oracit (Oral Citrate) contains the following ingredients: Citric Acid USP 640 mg/5 mL, and Hydrous Sodium Citrate USP 490 mg/5 mL You can learn more about this drug on the page for ORACIT Details I hope this helps!

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round light orange with brownish/green specks

Only half of pill found in sons pocket. Only partial imprint visible but can't make out. Looks like part of script 3 with only (flattened) upper part or weird top of m with left side narrower tham right side, if looked at different angle. ## It seems like your son got ahold of some Ecstasy. If it disolves easily thats more than likly what it is.

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Ketoroloc Tromethamine Opthalmic solution

Please let me know the use of the above mentioned eye drops. Alternatively Under what condition of the eye the above drops are prescribed ? ## The corrected spelling for this medication is Ketorolac. "An ophthalmic (i.e., eye-drop) solution of ketorolac is available and is used to treat eye pain and to relieve the itchiness and burning of seasonal allergies." For more details about this medication please see: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

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scholls solution for treating renal tubular acidosis

its a clear and transparent solution which is prescribed to me for my 1 yr old baby girl to treat her from renal tubular acidosis (R.T.A.) by the doctor. I have to order the medicine from a particular shop in mumbai and they prepare it fresh and send me. The doctor also adviced me to get fresh scholl's solution every 15 days, if possible, and says that this is the utmost medicine available to cure renal tubular acidosis. I am interested in knowing about the contents and composition of Scholl's solution.

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pill question

white oblong pill with KOS on one side and 500 on the other side ## what does sankyo c15 do for a man why does people take sankyo c15 for anyways is it so thay can have better sex with there girlfriend or what what does it to to tham? ## KOS 500 contains 500mgs of Niacin, used to help lower cholesterol or treat a deficiency. ## Sankyo C15 contains 40mgs of Olmesartan, a generic for Benicar. This is used to help lower blood pressure.

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Bicitra used prior to sedation for EDG Study

I am trying to find more of a understanding about the use of Bicitra with regard to Gastro Esophigal Reflux Disease. I was recently given about 1-2 oz. of Bicitra in a clear liquid form chilled with ice prior to being sedated for a EDG and Colonoscopy. This was administered in a controlled environment at a local hopital's In/Out Surgery Department. How is it administered as a treatment therapy, if one should be prescribed this drug by one's physician? ## It is available, by prescription only, in several forms, not just the liquid you had at the hospital, you can get it in tablets and liquid for home use via prescription. It is actually systemic Citrate drug that is primiarly used to help balance the alkalinity of your urine to help prevent kidney stones, kidney stones that occur...

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