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Exalgo 16 vs generic
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Trying to find a picture of what the generic form of Exalgo 16mg tablets look like. ## Hello, Rose! How are you? What are the markings on the tablet in question? There is a 16mg extended release Hydromorphone tablet that is white, round and has the marking WPI 3630 on it and that is the only generic that I've found in this dosage, so far. This is 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. ## That is what I thought. Last month my pharmacist gave me my Rx of Exalgo half of the pills were the yellowish color with Exh and 16 on the tablet and some said the W with 3630 if I recall. When I asked for the generic again to save $$'s he said they only get the generic in no... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Exalgo.
Wed, Nov 05 '14, 5:15 PM
Epitec Side Effects If You Are Not Bipolar
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Hi my daughter of 16, was diagnosed with "soft" bipolar and is on 100mg a day. i have been for a second opinion from a different psychatrist after 1 year and the new doctor said she is def NOT bipolar. i want to know what the side effects are of taking bipolar meds if you are NOT bipolar? Jessica is constantly exhausted!!! ## The exhaustion can be a side effect for anyone that takes it, even if they are bipolar. Epitec contains the active ingredient Lamotrigine, which is actually an anticonvulsant that's also used as a mood stabilizer. Learn more Lamotrigine details here. The side effects that you'll see listed at that link aren't really going to change, just because she isn't bipolar, it's just the the medication isn't going to beneficial for her. Did th... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lamotrigine.
Tue, Feb 19 '13, 9:20 AM
Violent reaction to Nitrofurantoin
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I am 82 and had UTI from the 1st of April. By 16th April , not better, I needed to start on my third lot of Nitrofurantoin. That day I became very ill. My symptoms lasted three days and nights. Every joint was aching. My arm was as sore as if I had bumped it. I hadn't. It hurt to turn my eyes. I had trigeminal pains and my head was aching. I was being sick although I had an empty stomach.the frightening thing was I was shuddering so violently. my arms were jerking uncontrollably. I have never felt so weak and exhausted. The day I stopped taking the medication was the day those symptoms subsided leaving me totally exhausted and weak. How long will it take to get over this. I am taking my last doses of Pivmecillinam today and can tell that the Cystitis has gone , but I am so short of ... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Nitrofurantoin.
Thu, Jun 22 '17, 6:39 PM
Telsartan active
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my mother has recently been detected with medium BP 160/90, thought she never had any history of BP, my doctor said that though no symptoms are there but the side effect of BP would be more, hence he recommended telsartan 40 mg active, i am going for one more testing and later would start with medicine, any body please put some more light on this ## hi kiran here again from Bangalore, Karnataka State, India. Though i have started the tablet but i am really at confusion whether my mom should take this tablet for BP 160/90 which has been on run for more than two years. Though, she is not exhibiting any symptoms, doctor said it is a silent killer along with cholesterol. My mom's cholesterol is in borderline and the doc has prescribed atorvastin 40 mg which i am giving with telsartan. A... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Cholesterol.
Sat, Nov 19 '11, 5:42 AM
too much
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i'm on 10mg LexaPro, have been on it for 3 wks now. And when i first took it, all day everyday whenever i yawned i felt as if my energy was leaving my body, i felt exhausted, and felt like i was about to pass out, then a few days i forgot to take one tablet ( cause i take one a day),so the following day i took 2, so i could catch up yesterday's that i missed, and felt twice as bad as what i just said (including tingling in arms/over tired/just wanting to sleep all day ect), and right now i'm about to take 16 10mg LexaPro tablets in one go. ## If you felt that bad after doubling up on the dosage, why are you wanting to take 16 of them at once? That's not going to help anything, no matter how you look at it. Learn more Lexapro details here. If this medication isn't wor... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Lexapro.
Thu, Sep 13 '12, 1:51 AM
 NDC 16590-942
24 Hr Exalgo 8 mg Extended Release Tablet by Stat Rx USA LLC ## Markings: EXH;8 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Red ## Package Codes: 16590-942-30, 16590-942-60, 16590-942-90 ## Active Ingredients: Hydromorphone Hydrochloride
 NDC 23635-416
24 Hr Exalgo 16 mg Extended Release Tablet by Mallinckrodt, Inc ## Markings: EXH;16 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Yellow ## Package Codes: 23635-416-01 ## Active Ingredients: Hydromorphone Hydrochloride
 NDC 0406-3316
Hydromorphone Hydrochloride 16 mg Oral Tablet, Extended Release by Mallinckrodt, Inc. ## Markings: EXH;16 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Yellow ## Package Codes: 0406-3316-01 ## Active Ingredients: Hydromorphone Hydrochloride
 NDC 54868-6388
24 Hr Exalgo 16 mg Extended Release Tablet by Physicians Total Care, Inc. ## Markings: EXH;16 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Yellow ## Package Codes: 54868-6388-0 ## Active Ingredients: Hydromorphone Hydrochloride
 NDC 35356-609
24 Hr Exalgo 16 mg Extended Release Tablet by Lake Erie Medical Dba Quality Care Products LLC ## Markings: EXH;16 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Yellow ## Package Codes: 35356-609-30 ## Active Ingredients: Hydromorphone Hydrochloride

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