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I Take Many Medications

Diagnoses: Parkinsons, Type 2 Diabetes, Urosepsis, Depression, CAD and CHF. I would like to know what all the medications I take are for, their dosage, side affects and conflicts with my other medications. ## Hello, Slammer! How are you? I'd be happy to help you, but you didn't list the medications you're taking. :-) Can you please post back with the names of them? Thank you! ## The Meds I take each day are: Sandoz-Tamsulosin CR 0.4 mg. x1, Ativan SL 1 mg. x1, Apo-Levocarb 100/25 mg. x 10, Pms-Furosemide 40 mg. X 2, Celebrex 200 mg. x1, Wellubutrin XL 150 mg. x3, Atorvastatin 20 mg. x 1, Macrobid 100 mg. x 1, Apo-Metoprolol 25 mg. x 2 (0.5 each x), Metformin 500 mg. x 2, Mylan-Clopidogrel 75 mg. x 1, Co-Sertraline 100 mg. x 1, Florastor 250 mg. x2, Ran-Ramipril 2.5 mg x 2. ...

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tramadol gabapentin and ativan

I am 71 years young. I have diabetes 2, schizoaffective disorder, osteoarthritis and cervical spinal stenosis as major illnesses. For all this I take 1000 mg of metformin twice daily, risperidone 1 mg, bubropion hcl XL 300 mg, lorazepam 0.5mg 3 to 4 times daily, 750 mg of nabumetone once to twice daily, 100 mg of tramadol 3 times daily, and 900 mg of gabapentin 3 times daily. I have pinched nerves in my neck and have had many procedures including a rhyzotomy for the pinched nerves and neck problems. I still get around fine, drive a car, and have job. I also drink one or two beers most days after work. The only problems I've ever had with the medicines was strong sedation the first two times I took gabapentin. After that it never happened again. It also took 3 to 4 weeks for the tram... ...

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