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jane Says:
in generic fioricet LCI 1695

Re: Stephanie (# 4)

I just got the blue LCI 1695 last week for the 1st time. Took one yesterday and had a bad reaction. Redness and awful flused feeling on my face and bad upper stomach pain. I also was very axious, but that may have been from worrying about the bad reaction getting worse, Will NEVER take them again. We all metabolize sometimes differently, but this was scary. Also developed slight skin spots, small blisters.

Sunset Says:
in Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen 10/325 by Mallinckrodt

I have severe osteoarthritis, degenerative disc diseasse, scoliosis, blah, blah, blah and just got to computer to see if anyone else is noticing a difference in their pain meds. I take Endo 10/325 by Endocet, Walgreens orders for me. I have noticed a difference as well. Having said that, all others upset my stomach horribly and I felt dizzy too.

So far, best I have found is Endo 10/325, only Walgreens will order, try that. There is so much competition with Pharma companies, the only way to make money is to put less of drug in, AND THEY ARE!! and more fillers. Do your research by going to company name and look at the fillers, YOU WILL BE SHOCKED and know why you feel ill. They put all kinds of GARBAGE in for fillers. It's the fillers killing people, leading them to other medical issues, not the drug, they have reduced it by up to 40% and the rest is fillers, anything that will stick together, drywall, cardboard, glue, etc. Do your research, took me a while, found the EXACT INGREDIENTS on their website. Need to be somewhat savvy on manipulating their sites, but you WILL find it. Good Luck, Sunset.

BL Says:
in Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen 10/325 by Mallinckrodt

Re: Kelly Sarraj (# 111)


Fillers and binders affect how a medication is absorbed. Fillers and binders affect different people differently. Some people are not as affected as others. A generic has to get a patient within 10% above or below the blood concentration achieved with the brand for the FDA to approve it.

BL Says:
in Chronic Pain patients must get organized to lobby for their rights.

Re: marin5 (# 422)

I would not hurt to look up the manufacturer for the medication you took for so long without any problems. Perhaps the manufacturer is having problems. Unfortunately, pharmacists are not always honest about issues with manufacturers. On the other hand, it is common for them to not know exactly what is going on.

In order for your insurance to pay for a brand name. The prescription would have to be written for the brand name. In addition, your doctor would have to check or write Brand Name Medically Indicated or No Substitution Allowed on each prescription. The insurance company would also be required to do a Prior Authorization at least once every 12 months. It does not matter if the doctor told you to only take brand name.

BL Says:
in Big Pharma's Lockdown On Legitimate Chronic Pain Patients

Re: Laurag (# 1396)

There are various types of Elder Abuse. As for as a doctor decreasing or stopping your opiates. I can assure you. This does not rise to the legal definition of Elder Abuse. Did you submit a statement to be placed in your medical records about the u/a ? Under federal law you have a right to do this. No attorney or agency is going to believe this doctor blackmailed you. There are other doctors. There is no database for patients that test positive on u/a. If you have gone to other doctors, They got copies of your medical records. It is common for permission for a new doctor to get copies of your medical records. to be part of the new patient paperwork. Most patient do not read everything before they sign it.

Sometimes facilities, like nursing homes are fined. But the level has to rise to a certain point. Pictures alone of a patient.are not going to be enough to file a complaint of Elder Abuse. After seeing the pictures. The attorney or agency can obtain copies of the patients medical records. They can interview nursing home employees, residents and family. But a picture alone is not enough.

Vintage Lady Says:
in Chronic Pain patients must get organized to lobby for their rights.

As much as we have been talking about this issue in different message threads...nO have seen nob cadence that anyonevwith any kind of conduit towards something or someone who has the power, r sourcesvor ears of any kind ND of person who can actually do something to help our predicament. The Owners that Be have decided that cutting off opiates as a pain killing prescription for legitimize pain patients by lumping with illegal addicts is the easiest way to Win the War on illegal opiate use. We, the legitimate pain patients are going to pay the price... lookout for Big Brother...just a little late...

Patricia M Says:
in Eliquis and Weight: I Need The Truth

Re: Verwon (# 1)

I certainly agree with most of your reply but cant stay silent on the fact that just because it is not listed in the PDR doesn't mean that you cannot or will not have an adverse reaction or side effect. I went through 3 years of agony while on the esterderm patch with 5 different doctors with specialties and pharmacists weighing in and not 1 pin pointed or even suggested that the patch could be the problem because it wasn't listed in the PDR. My reaction was tendinitis, bursitis and developing calcium deposits on my shoulders and hip joints was continuous for the entire 3 year period needing shots of cortisone into the deposits to break them up...the problem only stopped once I stopped using the patch.

Kelly Sarraj Says:
in Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen 10/325 by Mallinckrodt

I been taking Norco 10/325 for 27 years , there is NO difference between generic or brand name ( yellow or white ) ... All have same ingredients.... Some people say generic Norco not as good as brand name .... It's ONLY psychologically

Vintage Lady Says:
in Big Pharma's Lockdown On Legitimate Chronic Pain Patients

Re: Kimma (# 1389)

Welcome to the club... so sorry... what we are all going thru and no one that can fix it is listening, much less advocating. Just put us on an ice flow and push us out to sea.. that way... no issues... This is exactly what is happening. We don't exist.

Ellie Says:
in Prodes Diazepam 10mg

Re: Ollie (# 26)

I have just received them today and have never heard of them!! Could anyone please give info about them? Thanks... I'm not trying them till I'm told if they're ok...

JS Says:
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Re: Stephanie (# 4)

Thank u! I found this on the floor & couldn't figure out what is. Checked other websites, then saw your comment & knew exactly where it came from.

Sal Says:
in Prolia side effects

Re: Laura (# 2799)

How dreadful for you, I am sorry.

Have you tried supplements. ?

My advice to everyone is to check out the Save Our Bones website. It certainly empowered me.

Be well.

Nancy

Ollie Says:
in Diazepam 10mg foreign

I think it very unlikely that you have 20mg diazepam tablets. The regular strengths are 2mg 5mg and10mg. I know other stronger diazepam may exist in other countries or other strengths in different formulations, it also depends on your source, if they were bought by yourself in a legitimate foreign pharmacy then I would trust them more but then the tablets would be either marked with a 20 not a 10 or plain. Plus you would receive a drug information leaflet with the medication which would explain the different strengths available and a description of them. If however you have been told over the internet that you were ordering 20mg tablets I would be extremely skeptical about the truth behind the seller and the safety of the tablets.

One way to find out what active ingredient's or ingredient is in the tablets is for free you can have one analyzed by a UK company called Wedinos. Just type that name into Google and you will find it. They provide an absolutely wonderful service, very quick and easy to use. Just fill in the form and send along with your sample, I don't know how small the sample can be but one tablet is fine, half a tablet would be ok as well I imagine. You don't have to give any personal information, just the first part of your postcode. For the cost of a stamp you will have your answer! Please share the results with us on here if you go ahead with it. All the best!

Julie Says:
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Re: Trish (# 2)

Did they work? I just received mine. Thank you.

Ollie Says:
in Diazepam 10mg foreign

Having had to acquire a brand new to me and that I am unfamiliar with I would be greatful for any experience from anyone who has information on 10mg diazepam by Martin Dow? Thanks

EDDY Says:
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Re: TJ (# 6)

Ifs the Fentanyl or Poison that could be knocking you out?

Ollie Says:
in Prodes Diazepam 10mg

Has anyone had any experience with a 10mg Diazepam tablet which I am currently waiting to receive made by Martin Dow? Thanks

Ollie Says:
in Prodes Diazepam 10mg

Re: Paula (# 4)

They are fine see the wedinos website reference number W010364

Ollie Says:
in Prodes Diazepam 10mg

Re: Sarah (# 23)

Hi, I received the results back from wedinos regarding the Kern prodes Diaz, the reference number is W010364, they came back as diazepam with no other substances showing up. Now my pharmacy has run out of these and I have had to take a punt on some Diaz called Martin Dow, anyone know anything about these?

Laurag Says:
in Big Pharma's Lockdown On Legitimate Chronic Pain Patients

Re: BL (# 1395)

First of all you must stick to the facts. I always perform my research so that I do not harm myself or make it difficult for another victim to want to become involved. Had you read Elder Abuse and each state has there own statutes they are mostly cut and paste from the Federal regulations. Each individual that works in any medical facility could be arrested for handling the patient to aggressively, not feeding their patient correctly, pushing them out of their wheel chairs, stealing, punishing patients for wetting the bed. The facility is fined, usually the employee is terminated. My feelings for me wanting this doctor and some of his staff who also violated his patient contract will be made subject. The DEA and Department of Aging and licensing physicians and slapping their hand with a fine of up to $5,000. No further probation, to restitution, and this doctor by REDUCING THE MILOGRAMS knows that that amount will be not strong enough, but he was dying of cancer, no matter what the doctor was asked by the family to make their loved one more comfortable" After the gentlemen died the family sued the doctor, nurses, the nursing facility, any medical affiliation to contact the doctor they were not allowed. This is where you do not need money for a lawyer, you just have some evidence, i.e.., pictures to show the demise of how her body fell apart. People are now getting narcotics but not in the strength that would make the patient comfortable. This doctor blackmailed me into choosing either himself as my Pain Management Prescriptions writer or the doctor that I had been seeing for years. I did not find out until much later that the other doctor fired him and ego's went flying. I was terminated from the program, put me in the database that I had dirty U/A's. This confidential, contract, should have allowed her the appeal process. I have for over one and have years since I am not taking any pain medication accept Tramadol. That ego, exploiting the sick and vulnerability of others. You may ask your city police and read from a sheet of paper, so you would speak louder and slower. I will keep you all up to date or watch the CT TV Station. We are not pawns, YOU DOCS WORK FOR US. DR. SS, HE KNOWS PERFECTLY WELL WHO IS IN CHARGE.

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