How Long Does Medications Take To Get Out Of Your System (Page 4)

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No One Will Tell Me If The Doctor Has Ordered To Take Much Pain Meds 2 Tabs Morphine 15mg And 5 Hydrocodone 10 325mg Aday Gabapentin 800mg 3 Times Car
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will someone anwer this question for me doctor will not lower meds and i am not awake enought to take them as ordered. doctor will drop me if is order our not followed ## If you are sleeping that much, then yes, there is a possibility that you are taking too many medications, but only you can really decide that. What type of doctor are you seeing? It really makes no sense for him to refuse to lower medications, if necessary. What is his reasoning for it? Most doctors are far too conservative the other way and are afraid of prescribing too much. ## For anyone else in this boat, the doctor is referring to the fact that when he gives you a u.a., you had better have the opiates he prescribed in your system or else he will think you are diverting your medications. Also this post sounded trol... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Morphine.
Sat, Sep 02 '17, 8:58 AM
Stop Loose Motion
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FOR LAST 2 DAYS I HAVE LOOSE MOTION TELL ME ABOUT SOME MEDICINE ## Hi Rajeev, I think it may be wise to look into natural home remedies for loose motion as opposed to prescription medications, due to the common onset of undesirable side effects that most prescription drugs come with. The link below offers many simple suggestions to home remedies and tips on how to avoid loose motion for future reference: Much of the time, loose motion is directly related to the foods you consume daily. It may also be a good idea to look into digestive enzymes, to help ensure that your system is getting the most out of what you eat. I hope this helps! ## My age is 24 i have loose motions more than 20 times today. i have omitte twice today. I took 2 Loperamide Hydrochlor... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Loperamide.
Thu, Jun 07 '12, 7:09 AM
Effects of 2 pills
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Effects of soma & tl211 taken together ## The tablet with the TL 112 marking contains 10mgs of Cyclobenzaprine, the active ingredient in Flexeril, which is a muscle relaxant. Learn more Flexeril details here. The Soma is a also a muscle relaxant, so this would be doubling up on the same medication, which is unnecessary. Additionally, there can be some associated risks, since they can both cause depression of the central nervous system, combining them could cause a dangerously low heart rate, lowered blood pressure and shallow breathing. To someone sensitive to these medications, or if someone takes too much, it could result in death. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Soma.
Mon, Mar 11 '13, 5:22 PM
fentanyl 25 what will in act with drug can i take endocet 75mg500mg if need
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can i take fentanyl 25 with endocet 7.5 mg/500mg if need ## fentanyl transdermal system 25 mcg/h patch and endocet 7.5mg/500mg if need and i take lorazepam 2mg at bed time ## i am not a abuse i what trying to find more about side inact i am sorry about that . ## Fentanyl is a very potent narcotic, over 80 times stronger than Morphine. Some doctors do prescribe these together, for breakthrough pain, what has your doctor suggested? Combining them can result in more severe side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, constipation and dry mouth. ## What is there to chew? My patch has sticky stuff with no gel.. How do you chew the sticky out? ## Mixing medications can be fatal especially narcotics. Check with any pharmacist they can tell you interactions. ## If ur trying to figure out how to g... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Fentanyl.
Tue, Aug 29 '17, 1:05 PM
Anti-inflammatory refers to the property of a substance or treatment that reduces inflammation. Anti-inflammatory drugs make up about half of analgesics, remedying pain by reducing inflammation as opposed to opioids, which affect the central nervous system. Contents 1 Medications 1.1 Steroids 1.2 Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs 1.3 Immune Selective Anti-Inflammatory Derivatives (ImSAIDs) 2 Long term effects 3 Ice treatment 4 Health supplements 5 Anti-inflammatory foods 6 Refe...
Pradaxa to xarelto
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I am taking pradaxa and want to change to a one dose a day drug. I have afib and want to make sure it is safe. I have only been on pradaxa for about 4-5 months. ## Hi Don, Generally, determining the safety of a drug is something your doctor should do based on your medical records and other personal health factors. But as far as any interactions go, I would suggest waiting till the Pradaxa is out of your system before starting up with Xarelto. Reason being is that there are potentially unsafe interactions between these two drugs. Quoted below are the precautions you should be aware of: "Talk to your doctor before using Pradaxa (dabigatran) together with Xarelto (rivaroxaban). Combining these medications can increase the risk of serious or life-threatening bleeding complications. If t... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Xarelto.
Fri, Apr 25 '14, 7:31 PM
pantoprazole rash
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Make it go away. The rash on my hands is beyond belief since I was prescribed Pantoprazole. I am using fresh aloe and it only provides temporary relief. I just want the rash to go away. I have a weak auto-immune system and it looks like I cannot fight this one off. ## Hello, Marsha! How are you? It isn't normal for a rash from a systemic medication to be isolated to just a certain area of the body, such as your hands. Have you been exposed to anything else new? IS the rash itchy or just a red noticeable rash? Have you consulted your doctor? Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Pantoprazole.
Thu, Sep 11 '14, 4:42 PM
I Recently Went To A Pharmacy Fill Scrip For Norco And The Pharmacist Called Different Across Street Shared Information About
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I Recently Went To A Pharmacy to Fill a Scrip For Norco And The Pharmacist Called a Different pharmacy Across the Street and Shared Information About the meds I had filled recently. it was a different pharmacy chain but it is a small town in pa is this legal? ## What was the purpose of his call? That's really what it all boils down to. If you were also getting medications filled at the other pharmacy and he valid reason to check on what you had prescribed previously, then no it isn't illegal. Most pharmacies use computer systems that do this very same thing, but some of the smaller ones don't have access to the large databases. If he had reason to believe that you may not have been up front with him about everything you are taking, or you said you didn't remember and had... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norco.
Wed, Apr 06 '16, 3:04 PM
Zubsolv to Percocet
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I have been taking Zubsolv 5.7-1.4MG twice a day for 3 years now. I'm about to have surgery and will be prescribed 10mg Percocets. How long do I need to wait for the Zubsolv to get out of my system before I can take the Percocets? I've read it only takes 24 to 48 hours for the Zubsolv to be out of my system but is that still true for someone who has been taking it twice a day for 3 years? ## Usually, it's about 72 hours, before other opiates will work for you, again. The FDA warns that these medications carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Zubsolv.
Tue, Feb 28 '17, 6:58 PM
forgot to put on patch
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Forgot to put my patch on before work. It will be 12 hours til I can put it on. What can I expect? ## Hello, Bonnie! How are you? That's not too long of a time period, so things shouldn't get too bad, unless you are very sensitive to medications. You may experience some minor withdrawal effects, such as nausea and headache, according to the NIH. In the future, to avoid any issues, it might be a good idea to use some sort of reminder system to make sure you put it on, such as a phone app. My husband and I use one for our medications, all the time. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Butrans.
Thu, Sep 22 '16, 4:17 PM
Abilify Tapering Off
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My son safely tapered off Abilify. His last dose was Saturday July 4th. Curious how long the drug remains in his system. And, once it's completely gone from his blood stream, will there be any withdrawal symptoms I need to watch for? He is non verbal, profoundly disabled, otherwise I would ask him if he is feeling any withdrawals. Thanks! ## By now the drug is certainly out of his system, as I know this reply is late from when you last posted. But regarding your concerns on withdrawal symptoms I would try to watch specifically for any signs of depression, irritability, and other mood-related changes of that nature. Tapering the dose down as he did, should've lessened the possibility of any severe withdrawal symptoms. However, because everyone responds to these medications differ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Abilify.
Thu, Jan 31 '13, 4:24 PM
Cipro and Diclofenac
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Can you take Diclofenac Sod when taking Cipro ## Actually, these two medications aren't generally prescribed together, due to the fact that combining them increases the risk of stimulation of the central nervous system and seizures. On the Ciprofloxacin Details page under Interactions it says "They may also interact with the GABA A receptor and cause neurological symptoms; this effect is augmented by certain nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs." Have they both been prescribed for you? ## yes ive been prescribed the two drugs ## I've been on dicloflanac and the dr prescribed me cipro ...
Updated 4 months ago in Cipro.
Thu, Jun 15 '17, 8:22 PM
Bistolic and diarrhea
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Been taking Bystolic for three weeks, very good BP results; however diarrhea has been a problem. Has anyone else had this issue and will it go away when my body adjusts to the new med. Thanks ## Bystolic contains the active ingredient Nebivolol, which is a beta blocker that is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure. These medications can cause diarrhea, however, if it continues after 4 to 6 weeks, you should contact your doctor, as you may need to try a different medication. Has it improved, any? ## Yes, much better. ## Hey Jackie, How long did it take for your system to adjust and the diarrhea to stop? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Bystolic.
Fri, Oct 05 '12, 6:38 AM
bisphosphonates aclasta for paget's bone disease, fms
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After taking strong oral doses of fosomax for pagetic shin bone, I developed fibromyalgia and am hesitant to have an aclasta infusion of a similar bisphosphonate to fosomax injected, which would last 2 years in my system. This treatment may possibly prevent further progress of paget's bone disease in my shin but I am hesitant to have this procedure as I think I am allergic to it and may make myself even more ill. ## Hello, Susannah? How are you? Have you been officially diagnosed with fibromyalgia? The reason I ask is because some of the side effects of these medications can be very similar to it. As reported by the FDA, people have experience joint/muscle aches, headaches, abdominal pain, dizziness, vertigo and alopecia. What makes you think you're allergic to it? Symptoms of a... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Fosamax.
Wed, Jan 27 '16, 3:15 PM
etoshine 90 side effect
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I have pain in throat with low voice from fifteen days.Doctor has prescribed etoshine 90 but I have develop vomiting and diarrohoea.should I stop taking etoshine it the side effect of this drug.please advice. ## Hello, Kancha! How are you? Sorry that you've been ill. Etoshine contains the active ingredient Etoricoxib, which is a COX-2 selective inhibitor that's most commonly used to treat pain and inflammation. Learn more Etoshine details here. This class of medications can be pretty rough on the GI system, so your symptoms are pretty common. Have you consulted your doctor about the problems? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Etoshine.
Mon, Oct 28 '13, 3:08 PM
Taking Baclofen Xanax Xr
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Can you take Baclofen & XanaX XR together? ## They can be taken together, but it must be done with caution and the dosages should be carefully evaluated, because both of these medications can cause depression of the central nervous system, which can be made worse by combining the two. Thus, you should know to watch for signs of a problem, which may include dizziness, severe drowsiness or sedation and shallow breathing. Learn more Baclofen and Xanax details here. Has your doctor instructed you to take them both? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Baclofen.
Thu, Jun 14 '12, 11:15 AM
Problem Of Overdreaming
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Mind is over-active during day/night during sleep. In night there are at least 3/4 interuptions. I am 68 years old.My mind does not rest. For the last 35 years or so I am getting dreams continuosly during sleep. Ihave tried all systems of medicines but with no results. What should I do? ## Please MEDITATE whenever you get time. Recite OM or name of any god before you sleep. You may get in touch with me. I will pray for you.Thanks. ## Have you tried keeping a food diary? Many times extreme dreaming is associated with how hard your body is working, while you are trying to sleep. For several weeks, you should keep a diary of everything you eat and drink within 4 to 5 hours of going to bed, including any medications you take. This could help you and your doctor discover a pattern of what mi... ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Sun, Mar 04 '12, 1:34 PM
dialysis to morphine 15 er
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Why would my Dr switch me gem 8 d a day to 15 morphine 2x a day? Does is build up in your system to equal 8 mg of d? ## Hello, Casey! How are you? What are you referring to as D? I'm sorry, but there are several medications that D could signify. Can you please post back and clarify? Thanks! ## Dilaudid..sorry.....thanks for any help :) ...
Updated 3 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, May 16 '14, 3:11 PM
Took Xarelto when I had TKR
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I stopped taking xarelto after 1 month post TKR. After 3 months, I still get dark, even raised , scarey-looking bruises if I bump my arms, especially. Don't seem to be lessening. Will this go away? Why is it still in my system? ## Hello, Mary Jane! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem that you're having. No, this medication should not still be affecting you after 3 months. Are you on any other medications? Do your take any supplements? What has your doctor advised? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Xarelto.
Fri, Sep 12 '14, 4:04 PM
allergies to amoxicillin
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I am allergic to amoxicillin, and my doctor gave me augmentin. I did not know this antibiotic contained amoxicillin (and I am guessing he overlooked it), and it almost killed me. If you get this, make sure you are not allergic to any of the cillin drugs~ ## Yes, Augmenting contains Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid and should not be used if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. The safest thing to do is to make sure that your pharmacy records your allergy in their computer system, that way all medications will be checked against this information and if they find something that isn't safe for you to take, they will not give you the prescription and will contact your doctor for an alternative. I am sorry to hear you had such a problem, but in the future, make sure that you do wha... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Augmentin.
Wed, Mar 30 '11, 2:02 PM

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