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grade 4 astrocytoma

What can someone expect servival wise with Grade. ## Hello, Andy! How are you? Grade IV is actually the most common and most malignant, it tends to grow and spread very quickly and from the available research, the average survival rate is only about 3 years. Are there any other questions or concerns? ...

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Vitbion Forte Tablet for what sikness

Doctor gives me Vitbion Forte Tablet, to be taken, one tablet morning and one tablet night. This tablet is rounded in shape, and orange in colour. I am 77 years old. Eight months ago I was found to have high cholesterol. Doctor prescribed 10mg of astrovastatin each night to be taken until my kingdom come. I know the statin is a drug, but not VFteblet. Please tell me what is VFteblet about? Lastly I want to tell you, that I use my commonsense in taking the statin, though doctor says 10mg every night,I did it on altenate days,sometimes I break the 10mg.into two parts.So far I feel good and healthy.Tell me it is practicle to do this.I do not tell this to the Doctor.Thanking you in anticipation. ## my doc give me Vitbion Forte Table coz i have vain problem. can not walk properly and my leg ... ...

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looking for astrosilium gel to reieve pain

I am looking to get some astrosilium gel, I find it really work to relieve pain in my joints . I was wondering do you have any , or do you know where I can get some , thanking you Doug ## Hello, Doug! How are you? I'm sorry, but this is an information only website, it does not manufacture, nor sell any products. Have you tried your local stores? ...

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lexamil escitalopram

antidepressant ## Escitalopram is an SSRI antidepressant. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dry mouth. Read more: Do you have any questions? ## I did not get my periods this month and 2 months ago I had depression and it was discovered that i have low astrogen level lessthan 35%. and they putme on Lexamil 25mg and wellburtinXL 300 can this be the cause for not menstruating ...

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morphine sulfate vs er

For over 10 years, I took 820 mg. morphine sulfate ER daily to manage chronic pain, trigeminal neuralgy and osteomyelitis in my jaw...(yes, I know that is spelled wrong, but don't want to take the time to look it up right now) Anyhow, about 1 1/2 years ago I started tapering myself off of it, one, because of the costs...astronomical, ridiculous, really..and for the last 6 months or so have been taking either 15/30 mg. regular release morphine every 4 hours. When I called my doctor to get an appt. for refills, the soonest appt. is 17 days away and I've only got about 1 week of medication left. I still have 200 mg. ER morphine left, but I don't want to accidentally overdose...do I still have a higher tolerance from being on it for so many years? ## Old mom The best and safest ... ...

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Where is Solco Avapro made

I have been taking brand name Avapro for years, but now that it has gone generic Theexpense has become astronomical. Thinking about going generic ...however worried about side effects. Any generic version I should be aware of? I am so leary of generics and the fillers and overseas manufacturers. ## Hi Henrietta, Based on my research Avapro made by Solco healthcare U.S. is based out of Cranbury, New Jersey. It appears that this is where their headquarters is located according to the company's webpage. You are right though about generics being a little iffy when it comes to the fillers and side effects. However there's really no way to know for sure how any generic/brand is going to effect you until you try it. If you're used to taking the brand name, it would probably be easi... ...

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How To Get A Good Nights Sleep

I have problems sleeping - I am in my 70s and have always had problems sleeping. I am currently taking Zopoclone, is there truth about Astronauts Amazing New Sleeping Pill? or is there something better that would help me sleep. Thank you if you can help. ## Hi Tony - Have you tried a natural supplement at bed time such as Melatonin? There are also essential oils such as Lavendar which are known to have calming effects. As far as what you are taking (Zopoclone) - I could not find a medication with that name as far as U.S. drugs go. Is the active ingredient Temazepam? What sort of effects is the medication having on you at this point? ...

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aztor ASP 75 atorvastatin and asprin

its a entric coated capsule, with composition asprin IP 10mg astrovastatin calcium 75mg ## I am a resident of hyderabad of andhra pradesh and this drug was prescribed for my mother aged 58 years and she had a problem of nerves in the back side of the neck to the left hand and she was tested with INMG report and she was given only two medicines saying that all her reports were normal she was prescribed maxgalin 75 and aztor ASP 75. please let me know if you can find anything about the second drug. thank you. ## My results say i have cholesterol above 288 mg. I was prescribed Aztor Asp 75+10mg. I seem to get some strange type of headaches. should i continue with the medicine or go in for change ## Dear Doctor I am using Maxgalin 150mg 1 tablets every day it is sleeping tabltes doctor ,the... ...

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Sudden dextroamphetamine price quadruple????

What happened? Oh, no... I am f+#*ed. Went to Walgreens to fill dextroamph rx tonight. Instead of approx. $75 they said for me with self-pay it's $355+!!!! This is for ONE month. No way I can afford it! Suddenly? What the _ do I do? Taper down with the 2 more days of pills that I have? So, you just blow, they are saying to me. Just be sick, and here, we'll make it so you're much, much sicker!!! Are all the pharmacies going to have the same astronomical price hike? Has anyone got information about about this? ## The exact same thing happened to me on Nov 1st. I live in south florida. I have 60 dexedrine, 10mg tablets and always costs me around $27. I went in to Walgreens and he said $181. I nearly fell over. So of course I didn't get them. When I visit home in Colorado in... ...

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Addiction Treatment - Provider/Dr - Info. & Resource

Hello! I would like to start a thread to help those having difficulty finding treatment for their addiction. Buprenorphine can salvage lives and stimulate positive change. But finding the right doctor can prove to be an astronomical problem. Let's help by providing cost/location/clinical information regarding addiction: providers, doctors, psychiatrists & treatment facilities. I'll start it off by giving specific info. about my psychiatrist. Dr. Nathan Strahl Durham, N.C. Cost of Visit - $150 per month - He requires patients to be seen once a month. Prescribes - Suboxone Film/Suboxone Tablet - will not prescribe Subutex. He is a dual diagnosis provider. He will write benzos & stimulants with time & proof of patient sincerity as well as need. Finding treatment can hon... ...

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REMTyme Sleeping Pills manufactured by Schweiz Health

Advertised as Sleeping Pills used by Astrornauts, prior to space flights ## RemTyme is an herbal supplement, touted to help promote better sleep. It contains: L-theanine ------------------------------------ 200 mg Melatonin -------------------------------------- 2 mg Magnesium (oxide) -------------------------- 250 mg Chamomile extract (2% flavonoids) ------ 200 mg Passionflower (4% vitexin) ----------------- 150 mg Lemon balm ---------------------------------- 100 mg Hops ------------------------------------------- 60 mg As to whether or not it really helps or is used by astronauts, I cannot say. Has anyone else tried this? ## it did not work. you have to pay for s+h both ways. they also charge restocking fees of 15% or more. ## Thanks for adding those details, Pete. Many websites can ... ...

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eth 15

small brown tablet with eth on one side and 15 on other ## This is an Immediate Release Morphine tablet 15mgs, generic for Astromorph, Duramorph and others. It is a very strong narcotic pain reliever, thus it has a lot of side effects and can be very addictive. ...

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lorstan what is it for

I am taking lorstan 50 mg, spironolactone 25 mg isosorbide mononitrate 30 mg, astrovastatin 10 mg , 250 mgmg aspirin 250 mg acetaminophen I am starting to have bowel incontinence irregular bowel movements, pains in my stomach and joints always tired and insomnia. I have high blood pressure and about 6 months ago I had pains in my chest. Do you think my medicine can be causing some of these issues? ## Hello Ellen, Sorry to hear you are having so many problems. Since the topic name asks what your medication is for I will do a quick run through of all the medications you listed first. I can't find any drugs called lorstan, I don't want to assume but I believe you meant to say losartan which is a drug used to treat high blood pressure. Spironolactone and isosorbide mononitrate are a... ...

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Ebastine Side Effects

ebastine with macrolides side effect in QTs prolongation ## patient having astrocytoma in spine which is actually cancer so doctor suggest fr this medicine.my question is that is it will work or not and another thing is this cancer is in 4th stage,please suggest me ...

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 Temodar Temozolomide

Temozolomide (TMZ; brand names Temodar and Temodal and Temcad) is an oral chemotherapy drug. It is an alkylating agent used as a treatment of some brain cancers; as a second-line treatment for astrocytoma and a first-line treatment for glioblastoma multiforme.[1][2][3] Contents 1 Indications 2 Adverse effects 3 Mechanism of action 4 Chemical properties 5 History 6 Research 7 References 8 External links Indications Nitrosourea- and proca...
 Temozolomide

Temozolomide (TMZ; brand names Temodar and Temodal and Temcad) is an oral chemotherapy drug. It is an alkylating agent used as a treatment of some brain cancers; as a second-line treatment for astrocytoma and a first-line treatment for glioblastoma multiforme.[1][2][3] Contents 1 Indications 2 Adverse effects 3 Mechanism of action 4 Chemical properties 5 History 6 Research 7 References 8 External links Indications Nitrosourea- and proca...
Regarding fatty liver

I have been suffering from Fatty Liver Disease since 2013 march to till date .Also i have consoled G astrologist and the Doctor told me to do the first ultrasound and endoscopy ,L F T,LP,STOOL,BLOOD, H D L, A to Z test i had done in Lab , But when the report came to the doctor then the doctor told Mild fatty changes in liver with small spare area. H D L c- 39/- ,S G P T - 72 , (H D L c DECREASES to 39/- and S G P T increases to 72/-) .ENDOSCOPY was normal . however Doctor prescribed to take medicine nexpro rd 40,DOZE P -50 ,after taking nexpro rd-40 i feel relax or while taking doze p -50 then i feel deep sleepy as if insomnia.but i took doze p for 3 months still i am not continuing that doze p medicine only i am continuing nexpro rd 40 mg.If i will not take that medicine for two days then ...

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Generic Librax

Recently found out that Generic Librax is available at Sam's Club and the price for 60 pills, was approx $93.00. Cheapest place I have found. ## not bad... But somewhere there's better :) ## Prices are always subject to change and could certainly be more or less somewhere else on the planet. At least you found an affordable rate to continue getting your meds. Places like Sam's Club and Costco are great for that if you're already a member. Some of the other prices I've seen people pay for the same thing are quite astronomical compared to what you payed. $109, $139.00, and even as much as $364.30 are some of the numbers that come up for 60 tablets of the brand name. Were you using insurance or a drug savings card as well? ## Hi. To anyone who is in need of Librax w/ cl... ...

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Guide for Dexedrine Generics

Navigating the maze that is Dexedrine Generics is painfully complicated. Here are some tips. Everyone has their preference when it comes to medications like Dexedrine and Adderall. I happen to believe that the Brand Name drug is preferable to the generics, but the price is just astronomical. Dexedrine ER Capsules (Amedra) are priced at about $1300 for a bottle of # 90. The right to manufacture generic versions of the brand medication is spread among a number of companies, and changes constantly as companies are sold and resold to different holding groups. As for Generic Dexedrine: in 2010 Corepharma purchased the right to make Dexedrine from GlasxoSmithKline. CP then offered Brand Dexedrine (made by one of their divisions, Amedra) and generic Dextroamphetamine Sulfate - under the CP lab... ...

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Xalkori cost on Medicare--Mexico, Cananda, anything???

My mom was diagnosed with stage IV NSCLC with only BM two weeks ago. The day before she was to get her port for Carbo/Taxol (which Medicare had pre-approved), the called and said her ALK came back positive so new plan is Xalkori. She went to get the med and the price is astronomical. She is on Medicare and there is absolutely no way that she can afford the drug, and no way even spread between the three kids we can make it work. Has anyone obtained the drug in Canada or Mexico? We're willing to do anything legal to get this for her. She got a grant that will cover two month of it, but after that we just don't know what to do. ## Is your mom low income? If she is, she might qualify for help paying her Medicare co/pay and other Medicare expenses. I have put a link below. She can al... ...

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