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ketobest 600mg

My nephrology doctor prescribed me ketobest 3x a day. Last week my creatinine level was at 1.70. Today it came down to 1.32. My ultrasound is normal. Do i have to be worried? Do i have to use ketobest for a long time? I'm also taking colchicine for my gout. ## Hello, I am elvin, 21 years old. I got poisoned by the medicine that I took. Im also from the philippines. the name of the medicine that Ive took was lhing zhi. it is a chinese drug that increases your metabolism. Ive took it for about for months and in that 4 months I experience some side effects like headache vommiting and my metabolism also increases and after for months taking that medicine this last month of november 2016 the side effects of that medicine increases when im eating a meal in just a minute I experience vommi...

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westward 201

small, thin, white, round, imprinted westward 201 on one side ## It is 0.6 mg Colchicine ## Can true colchecine be purchased in the U.S. any longer? I ordered from Canada and what I got is not colchecine. ## What Paul has stated is correct. This medication is most commonly used to treat gout. The FDA warns that it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, drowsiness, and fluid retention. Jim, it is only available here by prescription. Has it been prescribed for you?

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Help small Yellow Round Pill blank on one side other side has o 0.6

it is a small yellow round pill with a half way cut line on it there is a o on top of the line and 0.6 on the bottom the other side is blank. ## Hi megan, From what I could gather, a round yellow scored tablet engraved "O/0.6" contains Colchicine USP (0.6 mg); from Canada. Colchicine is in a class of medications called anti-gout agents. It works by stopping the natural processes that cause swelling and other symptoms of gout and FMF. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Colchicine Details I hope this helps! ## Hi I found small yellow pills on one side of them they have a 0 on the top of it and then a line in the middle and then 0.6 and I locked it and it tasted sweat kind of like nerve pills... I'm just wondering what they would be

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grapefruit essential oil and colchicine reactivity

I know the fruit and juice can cause problems but I'm curious about the essential oil. I use an all natural body cream that has grapefruit essential oil in it. Should I stop using it? ## Hello, Anissa! How are you? No, that shouldn't affect your medication. It is the way the grapefruit juice acts on various digestive enzymes and liver enzymes that causes reduced efficacy of some medications. The FDA lists the typical side effects of Colchicine as possibly including nausea, diarrhea, stomach pain and stomach cramping. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you for the prompt reply. Truly. It's appreciated.

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colchicine and 5mg oxycodone

Can I take both these medication for gout? Thank You! ## Hello, Bernard! How are you? You can, as long as they have both been prescribed for you and your doctor approves. The FDA classifies Oxycodone as 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. Colchicine may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness and neutropenia. Is there anything else I can help with?

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asprin and colchicine

What pain medication can I take with Colchicine? Colchicine is not reducing the plain of my gout, only the swelling! ## Hello, Tonypps! How are you? I didn't find any interactions listed between the Colchicine and any of the standard over the counter medications, including Aspirin, Acetaminophen and Naproxen. However, it's always best to double check with your doctor. As listed by the FDA these medications may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach irritation and increased risk of bleeding. Is there anything else I can help with?

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white round pill says DAN on one side 944 on the other

Found a little white round pill reads DAN on one side 944 on the other ## Hello, Sissy! How are you? This tablet contains 0.6mgs of Colchicine, which is used to treat gout. Its most common side effects include nausea and neutropenia. Is there anything else I can help with?

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colchicine 0 6mg

smali yellow pill with 0 on top half with 0.6 on lower half from odan canada ## Hello, Claud! How are you? Colchicine is most commonly used to treat gout, though there are some concerns about its toxicity, so it should only be taken if prescribed for you by your doctor. Learn more Colchicine details here. Side effects may include gastric upset and neutropenia. Is there anything else I can help with?

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small Yellow Round Pill iprited o 0.6

it is a small yellow round pill with a half way cut line on it there is a o on top of the line and 0.6 on the bottom the other side is blank. ## I believe I have identified your pill as Colchicine (0.6 mg) manufactured by Odan Laboratories Ltd. Colchicine's medicinal use is in the treatment of gout and familial Mediterranean fever; it can also be used as initial treatment for pericarditis and preventing recurrences of the condition, despite dosing issues concerning its toxicity. DIN (Drug Identification Number): 00572349 Adverse effects: Side-effects include gastrointestinal upset and neutropenia. High doses can also damage bone marrow and lead to anemia and also cause hair loss. All of these side-effects may result from hyperinhibition of mitosis. A main side-effect associated with...

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COLCHICINE O.6MG

FOR GOUT PAIN ## FDA grants URL Pharma monopoly on colchicine. Write your congressman if you take this medication. Your costs are going up from $.09 per pill to $4.85. Time to fight back ## Colchicine's medicinal use is in the treatment of gout and familial Mediterranean fever; it can also be used as initial treatment for pericarditis and preventing recurrences of the condition, despite dosing issues concerning its toxicity. Side-effects include gastrointestinal upset and neutropenia. High doses can also damage bone marrow and lead to anemia and also cause hair loss. All of these side-effects can result from hyperinhibition of mitosis. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Colchicine Details Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you d...

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colchicine side effects

what are side effects? how long will it take for drg to take efftect? is there anything i should be concerned about taking this drug? ## i take it daily .05mg.i have weird feelings and wonder if its a side effect.it usually takes 1 day for releif.1-2 pills an hr or 2 hrs for 2 til u get nauseaus or diarrhea its a bad drug but it helps more than anything.i tried to take pain and use natural. i do find bromelain and quercetin and fish oil and folic acid to help control.i do eat all things i shouldnt and am ok i guess.just some aches but no full attack ## Colchicine is most commonly used to treat gout and it's most common side effects are related to gastrointestinal upset, such as nausea, vomiting and stomach pain. You can learn more Colchicine details here. As to weird feelings, that ...

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coltazine

pain medication ## Hello, Are you referring to Coltrazine or Colchicine perhaps? Based on my research It is a medication used to treat gout, a kind of arthritis that occurs when uric acid builds up in blood and causes joint inflammation. It is not classified as a pain medication, but it is supposed to reduce pain by blocking inflammation caused by uric acid crystals. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Colchicine Details Please post back if this is indeed the medication you are referring to or if you'd like more information.

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Coltrazine

for gout use ## why is it that I cannon get a prescription filled for coltrazine? ## Well, it inhibits cell growth, slowly killing the body. It could be a liability issue. I'd say call your doctor and have them call it in somewhere for you. ## Just FYI for anyone else who may read this ... the drug is colchicine, not coltrazine. ## From what I've found, at one point there was a brand name for it that was Coltrazine, but yes the active ingredient is Colchicine. It's a toxic natural product that's used to treat gout, but the fact that it is toxic has raised serious safety concerns. The most common adverse effects, if used carefully and at the approved doses, are nausea and stomach irritation. Are there any questions or comments? There are more Colchicine details available...

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colchicine .6

Why can't I eat grapefruit/drink grapefruit juice when taking this medication? ## In short, the grapefruit juice can affect the absorbtion of the drug into your blood stream such that it may enter the blood stream too quickly and/or reach unhealthy levels in your blood stream. "Drugs that interact with grapefruit and/or grapefruit juice (GJ) undergo cytochrome p450 oxidative metabolism in the intestinal wall or liver. GJ contains various furanocoumarins which have been demonstrated to affect the cytochrome p450(CYP) system (especially at isoenzyme CYP3A4) by binding to the isoenzyme as a substrate and impairing first-pass metabolism, by direct inactivation or inhibition of the enzyme (mechanism-based inhibitors). The net effect on the CYP enzymes from this inhibition seems to be...

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Pill Markings CL 201

white circular tablet with markings on on side "CL 201" and the other side is blank. Its approximately a cm in diameter. ??? ## From what I could gather, most of the "CL XXX" drugs seem to come from Concord Laboratories. You could try contacting them directly. Unfortunately there is no drug info on their website. Right now, the closest match I'm finding is a white, round-shaped pill, imprinted with "CL" on one side and "020" on the other. This pill is identified as Colchicine (0.6mg). Another close but similar match is a white round pill imprinted with "CL" over "022" on one side (separated by a horizontal score line), and blank on the other side. This pill is identified as Carisoprodol (350mg) If anything, I hope this info helps to na...

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Proben Colch500 5mgtab

Need a price for a 90 day supply, 2 a day total 180 pills for gout. ## This website does not manufacture, prescribe, nor sell any medications or products, it is an information only website. Learn more Colchicine details here. Learn more Probenecid details here. The price will also vary depending on where you buy it, as pharmacies can set their own policies for markups to a certain degree. Do you have a prescription for it?

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Coltrazine generic needed

I am looking for coltrazine or a inexpensive equivalent for a family member with gout. they are one a very limited budget and need assistance getting medicine on a regular basis. ## A couple other prescription brand names you may want to consider looking into are Colchicine and Colcrys. Additionally, there are a number of natural alternatives for treating gout, such as Rosemary Oil, which may be just as effective as some prescription meds, although without the side effects. Other Essential Oils I would highly recommend include: -Lavender -Geranium -Ginger -Fennel -Cypress -Juniper -Roman Chamomile -Eucalyptus -Lemon -Peppermint More details on this can be found by clicking here I would think that many of these Essential Oils would be far cheaper than refilling prescriptions. For potency...

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Small Yellow Pill With V On One Side and 2500 on otherside

small pale yellow (almost buttercream in color) pill with a fancy V on one side and 2500 on the other. ## Hi Barbara, All of my findings from a number of sources suggest that the actual imprint on this round yellow pill with the fancy V is "V 2577" as opposed to V 2500. Does this seem like a possibility to you? If so, this yellow pill contains 0.6mgs of Colchicine; which is used to treat gout. You view more details on it by following the link below: Please post back if you have any other questions or concerns regarding this pill.

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Coltrazine COUPON

IS THERE A COUPON I CAN GET TO HELP ON COST OF COLTRAZINE? ## The drug name "coltrazine" does not show up under any searches with enough information proving that this is the name of a drug. Because of this I can't locate any coupons under this name... Did you mean to say Colchicine by chance? Colchicine's medicinal use is in the treatment of gout and familial Mediterranean fever; it can also be used as initial treatment for pericarditis and preventing recurrences of the condition, despite dosing issues concerning its toxicity. Let me know if this sound like a match… If it does, there are some coupons available: I hope this helps! ## THANK YU VERY MUCH FOR THE INFO

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roxy 15

yellow V on one side and 2577 its suppose to be the same as roxycotin but i dont see that being the same ## The pill in description is Colchicine (0.6 mg). Based on my research I don't see Roxicodone having any relation to this pill whatsoever. Colchicine's medicinal use is in the treatment of gout and familial Mediterranean fever; it can also be used as initial treatment for pericarditis and preventing recurrences of the condition, despite dosing issues concerning its toxicity. To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.

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