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small gel pil ## prescribed related to anxiety ## This is Hydroxyzine, it is prescribed for various uses, including nausea, allergic skin reactions, anxiety and etc. Hydroxyzine Click Here ## Thanks for the info... ## Very welcome, I am happy to help anytime I can! ## Is there any across the counter medication similar to hydroxypam (generic for Vistaril) when used to treat anxiety? My prescription has run out and I don't see my new doctor until next month. I just need something comparable to the hydroxypam to help me with anxiety until then. Thanks. ## Has anyone experienced a severe burning stomach at night after taking this drug and night eating? One night I vomitted, with my stomach on fire (almost called 911). - If i eat a small amount it doesnt happen. ## I was perscribed this ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Hydroxyzine.
Sat, Jan 01 '11, 12:03 AM
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Sat, Nov 15 '08, 3:58 PM
chemical break down od hydroxyzpam
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need to know whats in this drug ## HydroxyPam stands for Hydroxyzine Pamoate, this is an antihistamine used to treat allergies and used for its sedative properties. For more information about this drug, as well as chemical data, please click on the link below... NOTE: Once you visit the link, scroll down just a bit to view the panel on the left indicating chemical data. If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back so I can further assist you. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Hydroxyzine.
Fri, Aug 28 '09, 9:50 AM
what is hydroxyzpam
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is hydroxyzpam a pain killer...is it like hydrocodone??? ## NO, this is not a pain killer nor any type of narcotic. HydroxyPam stands for Hydroxyzine Pamoate, this is an antihistamine used to treat allergies and used for its sedative properties. ## What symptoms is Hydroxyz Pam used to treat? ...
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Sun, Feb 22 '09, 6:36 PM
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My prescription is for Hydroxyzpam (gen. for Vistaril) but most websites and other sources say that it is Hdroxyzine as the active ingrediant. Are they both the same thing? ## Hi Randolf, Apparently they are the same... Please see the following discussion thread for more information: /Forums/view_drug_submission.asp?Drug=hydroxypam&Page=107167 The drug Vistaril contains the active ingredient Hydroxyzine, and it appears that Hydroxypam may be a different brand name? ## Thanks for answering Roy. I had a few bad days, due to not having anymore meds and a dead laptop, so I couldn't be on for awhile. Roy is correct. They are the same thing, same active ingredient. You just have the generic version, which some companies do choose to name, rather than just call it by the generic drug n... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Hydroxyzine.
Tue, Nov 17 '09, 2:13 PM
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white round pill with wpi339 for joint pain was wondering what it really was cause it didnt work? ## well, if it really was hydroxyz pam, then that is used for anxiety so that's why it didn't work for joint pain. I don't know what doctor prescribed this for you, but that doc is way off ## Its a Diclofenac 75mg. Generic for Voltaren 75. Its a non streroidal anti inflammitory drug. Its for joint pain and arthritis. ## Randolf's identification is correct. This is NOT HydroxyPam and not related to it. It is, as he said, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to treat mild forms of pain and arthritis. ## how long does hydroxyz pam stay in a person's system? ...
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Fri, Dec 18 '09, 7:42 PM

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