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ing back to Clopidogrel 150 from the maintainence level of c

After my Heart attack in July 2011 I was put on Clopidogrel A 150 for 3 Years and then moved to clopidogrel A 75. Is it possible that they can move me back to clopidogrel 150? I am also taking : Metoprolol 50 mg daily 1 in the morning Atorvastatin 10 daily 1 at night and Metforemin 500 daily 1 in the morning and 1 at night All these 5 tablets I have been taking since July 2011. Hence the above question. Just wanted to know what if I have to go back to clopilet 150 what would be the consrquences. ...

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low dosage tazloc trio tablet

Last One Year used take every day Tazloc Trio 40mg tablet. due BP High Blood Pressure. As off now controlled BP, range of 130/80. I like to reduced Dosage of Tazloc. Could you mention Tablet of Tazloc same drug Low dosage name. Tazloc Trio 40mg, used to take life long, side effects, then i have to take care for that. ## FYI, During 2010-2011 period eat high content fat items. During that time did't check medicals. when i check complete medical during the period of 2012-2013, came to know hig BP as well as Cholesterol LDL high. After started tazloc Trio 40mg daily one(morning time). Now becomes maintained 130/80. Could you recommends low dosage name(either same family or different tablet. Thanks for your coordination and Appreciate help. Bye, Madu ## It really isn't a good idea t... ...

Updated in Blood Pressure
Diltiazem 120mg tablets vs capsules

Is there a difference between the drug Diltiazem 120mg taking tablets or capsules? ## Wow! Here was a really personal question, and I can't wait to see answers. I started taking 30 mg tablets three times a day for a total of 90 mg. When 120 mg capsules became available, I was switched to one a day. That dosage controlled my tachycardia well for some time, but then I was diagnosed with a defective aortic heart valve, and I rejected replacement, preferring to risk failure rather than accept the negative aspects of replacement. After continued control of tachycardia for a year or more, the episodes increased, and since I maintained refusal of valve replacement, my cardiologist, with some trepidation, increased the diltiazem to two times a day for a total of 240 mg a day. The episodes a... ...

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use as a laxative

I take 90 to 120 mgs of morphine daily for pain control (30mg tablets). I have maintained this dose consistently (2+ Years). I've taken magnesium citrate as a laxative in the past-10 oz per dose (1.75 per fl oz) as needed. It usually does the job. Brand name is Citroma by Swan. Is a continued weekly or biweekly use of this product recommended? I would like to eliminate or reduce usage of other laxatives. ## Hello, Jerry! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem you're having. Actually, there are specific warnings that state magnesium citrate is not safe for chronic, or long-term use. It's typical side effects, as listed by the FDA, may possibly include gas, diarrhea, stomach cramps and bloating. If you need something for long-term use, it would be best to discuss it with... ...

Updated in Magnesium Citrate
Fill Morphine Prescription

Where can I get my morphine pump filled and maintained in Greenville SC. Also prescribe 30 mg morphine tablets. I'm moving to Greenville SC area from Indiana at the end of June and I'm frantic about finding a doctor that can do this. Thank you, Sharon ## HI, Sharon! How are you? If your current doctor can't refer you to someone, then the best thing I can think of is to call the pump manufacturer and ask them about doctors in that area. They usually know which doctors use their products and maintain them, so they should be able to help. Many people don't realize it, but such avenues can actually be great sources of information. Many people that are interested in trying specially compounded natural treatment options have discovered doctors that prescribe them by asking at ... ...

Updated in Morphine
List Of Drugs Under Schedule H

i am a chemist, i have completed my m.pharm in pharmaceutic in year 2011, now i am working as a phroduction chemist in tablet section in roorkee, uttarakhand ## I want a list of drugs, schedule C & C(1) maintained in India. If you can please inform me about such manufacturing company who made those at India. I want to create a market at my locality (Burdwan,West Bengal, India). ...

Storvas 5mg

My Total cholosterol levels is maintained above 260 mg.dl I have been advised storvas5 mg tab. What are its side effects. I am aged 33 and is taking thyronorm 50 mcg ## My Total cholosterol levels is maintained above 260 mg.dl I have been advised storvas20mg tab. ## My Total cholesterol levels is above 260 mg. cross high label. I am already take storvas 20mg tablets. Please advise best option to reduce the cholesterol. My age is 28y. ...

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Oxycodone 10 hcl versus Oxycontin 10 mg

I have been prescribed and taking oxycodone 10 hcl, 1-2 tablets every 6 hours. Today saw my spine surgeon (nurse practitioner) to get a refill prescription and what I was given was oxycontin 10 mg extended release, the prescription says to take 1-2 tablets every 6 hours. Isn't this too much from what I have been taking? My pain level has been maintained on the oxycodone 10 hcl every 6 hours along with tramadol 50 mg every 6 hours and neurontin 600 mg 4 times a day. ## No, it's still the same dosage of the relevant medication, because Oxycontin also contains Oxycodone. The different, however, is that what you were taking was the regular release formulation and the Oxycontin is the time released formulation. It's the time interval that could be problematic, because the Oxycont... ...

Updated in OxyContin
extended release

Does 15mg er (of X) mean that the blood level of drug X is maintained @ 15mg over 12hr or does it fluctuate significantly? ## Hello, JR! How are you? That means that it's a total of 15mgs that is released over the given time period, but it is released at a carefully calculated steady rate, as explained by the NIH. So, just a portion of the 15mg dose is released regularly. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Contrave and dental procedure

I haven't been on Contravene for months as I lost my 35 pounds and maintained it. During the holidays I picked up some weight. Just took two today and forgot I am having a root canal in 30 hours. Should I be okay? Afraid it will block the pain shots he gives me to do the work on me. ## @Dental Patient, Is your dentist also aware that you're taking any prescriptions? If not, I think it would be important to inform them if not but for your own safety; especially if something they administer has a possibility of interacting.'s drug interaction checker mentions that Contrave may decrease the effectiveness of opioid medication. According to, "the average elimination half-life of Naltrexone (one of the active ingredients in Contrave) is four hours, and the mean... ...

Updated in Contrave
dr who accepts medicaid in nj for methadone

Just recently got medicaid in nj and have been on methadone maintainence for 10 years . All of the clinics have waiting lists that are over 6th long for new medicaid patients. Was wondering if anyone knows of a Dr that would prescribe methadone and if medicaid would pay for it. Just lost my job a couple months ago and I can't afford to keep paying cash. Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated. ## Hello, April! How are you? I'm sorry, but a regular doctor cannot prescribe it for you, it would be illegal for them to do so. For addiction and maintenance, it can only be given in a clinical setting by those that have been specially trained in its use for such. Thus, a clinic is your only option. The FDA classifies this as an opiate, so it has the potential to be habit formin... ...

Updated in Methadone
How long can I be on Belviq?

I have been on Belviq for 2 years. I lost all my weight about 75 Pounds. I have maintained for a year. My doctor has kept me on it. I went to a new Dr and they wont let me continue on the medicine. It really has helped me control my hunger. I have changed my lifestyle and eating habits but I have a HUGE appetite. Is it harmful to stay on it if you are t a normal weight and it helps you stay there? Also when I have stopped before I get so sick, like the worst case of the flu. ## You can take it, as long as your doctor feels it is safe for you to take it. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, nervousness, insomnia, and anorexia. How are you doing, now? Has there been any change? What symptoms did you experience, when you tried to stop it? ...

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Has anyone else had opposite effects?

I am on my second month of contract and have gained 7 pounds. I lost 65 pounds 6 years ago drug free, and maintained the loss. I got the contrave to get a push and loose 10 more. I usually eat 80% clean, only 1 soda a day. Since taking this drug, I am hungry all the time and crave fried, carbs and all else that is forbidden. I just realized I now drink 3-4 sodas a day. It truly has had the exact opposite effect that it is supposed to have. My ears ring constantly as well. I am going to wean myself off so I get back on track! ## Hello, Linda! How are you doing? I am sorry about the problem you've experienced. Unfortunately, there is always a very small percentage of people that experience the opposite of the desired effect of any given medication. There's no explanation as to why... ...

Updated in Contrave
price of contrave

The pamphlet at the dr said the cost would be about $70 per month. I had to pay $134 the first month, and it will be about $240 on maintainence? What is everyone else paying? ## Hello, Pam! How are you? That pamphlet was referring to their saving's card, it's available on the Contrave website. You have to print it out and take it to the pharmacy with you. It lowers the cost of the first two fills to $70 and then $60 after that. The FDA lists the typical side effects of Contrave as possibly including nausea, dizziness, insomnia, nervousness and anorexia. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Contrave
I suuffer from neuropothy in my legs and feet

Hi. I suffer neuropothy and was offerred gabapentin by the specialist and i refused because having lost and maintained 8 stones of weight over a few years, i sure dont want to take any meds that cause weight gain. So i got a phonecall saying because ide refused the gabapentin they have discharged me. ...

Updated in Gabapentin
tazloc beta 25 vs concor cor 2.5

I am a 45 year old male. I was taking Losanorm H 50 - 1 no and Concor Cor 2.5 - 02 for my BP condition and the average BP was maintained around 130/90. Recently my Doctor changed the medication to 1 no Tazloc Beta 25 in the morning and 1 no Amlodipine 5 in the evening. I am taking this revised medicine for the last 10 days and is suffering from abnormal variation in BP - sometimes it is spiking up to 160/100. My Doctor advised me to continue with this combination for 6 wks and to make a decision thereafter whether to increase the dosage. I shall request for reply on when can I expect my BP to stabilize and / or what medication may be better for me? My lipid profile is normal now and I apparently have no other complication. ## It can take 4 to 5 weeks for your body to adjust to the medic... ...

Updated in Amlodipine
 Respiratory Failure

Respiratory failure is inadequate gas exchange by the respiratory system, with the result that levels of arterial oxygen, carbon dioxide or both cannot be maintained within their normal ranges. A drop in blood oxygenation is known as hypoxemia; a rise in arterial carbon dioxide levels is called hypercapnia. The normal reference values are: oxygen PaO2 greater than 80mmHg (11kPa), and carbon dioxide PaCO2 less than 45mmHg (6.0kPa). Classification into type I or type II relates to the absence o...
Cough for 5 months

I started taking Coveram last December 2017 and after 1 week i developed cough which I find very disturbing. The effect of it was exemplary and just maintained my BP but the cough is really my concern. Just this March, my follow up check up, I talked to my Doctor and raised my concern regarding the cough. He changed my anti hypertensive medications to Twynsta. Until now my cough does not go away. What can be the possible reason for this? I am taking Vitamin C daily and maintained my hydration. Please help. ## Coeram contains Perindopril and Amlodipine, and Twynsta contains Telmisartan and Amlodipine, and according to NIH reports, the Amlodipine is notorious for causing a dry cough as a side effect. The problem is that once that cough starts, it usually doesn't go away, so my best gu... ...

Updated in Twynsta
 Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Respiratory failure is inadequate gas exchange by the respiratory system, with the result that levels of arterial oxygen, carbon dioxide or both cannot be maintained within their normal ranges. A drop in blood oxygenation is known as hypoxemia; a rise in arterial carbon dioxide levels is called hypercapnia. The normal reference values are: oxygen PaO2 greater than 80mmHg (11kPa), and carbon dioxide PaCO2 less than 45mmHg (6.0kPa). Classification into type I or type II relates to the absence o...
When to take my bactrim

I was prescribed bactrim for my UTI and it says to take it 2 times a day. Does it matter when I take the 2nd dose? ## Yes, antibiotics need to be maintained at a regular level in your body to be fully effective, so you should take your doses as close to 12 hours apart as possible, according to FDA directions. Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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