Narcotic Pills That Start With N

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narcotic that starts with c
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green n white pill after seizure ## Hello, Dan! How are you? Are you sure it was a narcotic? They aren't usually given for seizures. Off the top of my head, Codeine is a narcotic that starts with a C, it's a very mild one and has been available for many years. 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. Benzodiazepines are sometimes given for seizures, in that case, it could have been Clonazepam. It carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Codeine.
Sun, Nov 30 '14, 6:11 PM
narcotic pain patches that start with n
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HEY DOES ANYBODY KNOW ANY PAIN PATCHES THAT START WITH THE LETTER N ## Hi Wormie, Based on my research, Norspan patch (buprenorphine) is the only relevant match I'm finding that begins with a letter N. The manufacturer advertises it towards treating chronic severe pain when lower doses of strong opioids are being considered. However, further notes from the Rational Assessment of Drugs and Research (RADAR) suggest that more familiar opioids such as morphine are generally more preferred for managing chronic pain since they also tend to offer a broader range of dosages and formulations. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Buprenorphine.
Mon, Jun 29 '15, 9:59 AM
pills starting with p
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its small and round and white (supposed to f*** you up) ## Are you thinking of Percocet ? It's a narcotic pain killer containing Acetaminophen and Propoxyphene. ## WHAT IS A DRUGS PROPER NAME THAT SOUNDS LIKE PANOPON, PANTOPOM, PONTOPAN?? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Percocet.
Wed, Jul 01 '15, 4:41 PM
Non Narcotic Pain Prescription Medication That Starts With A C
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I see on TV ads that attach the bone or skeleton pain, non-narcotic something like cybalex ## Was it possibly Cymbalta? Learn more Cymbalta details here. It is an antidepressant that contains the active ingredient Duloxetine and it is also used to help treat certain types of nerve pain. ## Celebrex? ## I'M NEEDING A PAIN NED THAT IS NON NARCITIC. BUT HELPS SEVER DEGENITIVE OF THE NECK AND BACK. AND PHERIOHAL VASCULAR DISEASE ...
Updated 2 years ago in Cymbalta.
Wed, Feb 11 '15, 6:28 PM
pain pills start with letter d
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Dilu or something. It leaves the person hallucinating. The person is on Diaylasis ## Are you referring to Dilaudid? It is a narcotic analgesic that contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone. If a person is sensitive to it or the dosage is high, it could cause hallucinations, but there is no way to for us to say for certain it is this medication, since this site is not medical professionals. Other side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. You can read more on it here: Has their doctor been consulted on this matter? ## schedule II narcotics that begin with tthe letter N ...
Updated 5 years ago in Dilaudid.
Fri, Nov 11 '11, 3:04 PM
Pain Killers That Start With E
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In the 70s there was an OTC analgesic you could buy for pain. It was not Aspirin or Tylenol. It began with the letter "E". (It wa not a compound; Excedrin.). I have been wracking my brains to no avail. Thanks in advance. ## Somebody saw this question on our Facebook page and is suggesting: "Empirin # 4". Does that ring a bell? ## Yes it does, and was my first thought. I guess I thought the medication was an aspirin alternative, so when I looked up Emperin and saw that It IS asprin I wondered if there was another answer. Thanks for the reply! ## Empirin ## There's a narcotic beginning with an E called Endocet (Percocet) for pain. ...
Updated 11 months ago in Aspirin.
Mon, Nov 07 '16, 10:48 AM
Pain Killers That Start With The Letter C
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What is the name of a strong analgesic starting with the letter C ## Codeine, which is a mild narcotic. Learn more Codeine details here. There are others in other analgesic categories, but this would be the strongest one of them. Are you trying to remember the name of something? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Codeine.
Mon, Apr 08 '13, 3:46 PM
pain medication that starts with the letter b
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this pills shape is like a rectangle that has rounded edges. its white. and its name either starts with an o or a b. its a form of a weaker lortab. it was perscribed for my friends back pain, what is the name? ## Are you possibly thinking of Opana? You can learn more Opana details here. However, it's really not weaker than Lortab, it's actually a very potent narcotic. These medications have the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. ## Opana more like oxycontin or dialudid than lortab!! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lortab.
Sun, Mar 27 '16, 8:15 AM
pain medication that starts with the letter d
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dan ## Well, there are several, including the narcotic Dilaudid. Do you know if the information you are seeking is on a narcotic, anti-inflammatory or other type? ## Dan, go to the page Drug Categories, then to Pain Relief, and if you scroll down it will list the medications fitting in that category alphabetically. Just scroll down to the D's and you will see there are a few listed. Hope this helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Dilaudid.
Mon, Sep 23 '13, 5:32 PM
Pain Medication That Starts With The Letter Z
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It was given to Mr for pain when I broke my tailbone. ## Was it possibly the medication Zydone? It contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, so it's a narcotic analgesic that has the same active ingredients as Vicodin, or Norco. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Zydone.
Thu, Dec 29 '11, 12:05 PM
pain medications that start with the letter d
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orange pill ## Are there any markings on the tablet? That is what would enable us to identify them. There are several on the market that start with the letter D. Two narcotic examples are Demerol: And Dilaudid: Both can cause side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Demerol.
Fri, Jan 07 '11, 7:23 PM
pain medications that start with the letter o
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pain medications that start with the letter o ## There are quite a few in various categories of pain medications, so I couldn't possibly list them all. For instance, just two narcotics would be Oxycodone and Oxymorphone. What type of specific information are you looking for? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Oct 24 '09, 8:33 PM
Pain Medication That Starts With The Letter A
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pain med starts with the letter a and is mild dont have the harsh side effects as other pain meds do ## Do you have any other information on it, such as it's classification? Is it a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, are narcotic, a Cox-2 Inhibitor? That would really help to narrow it down. ## New pain medicine that is in same class as Ultram. It is under lock and key at pharmacy. It is a type of 'agonist' med? I learned of it in Chronic pain management clinic. Forgot it's name. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Ultram.
Wed, Jul 25 '12, 1:25 PM
pain medication that starts with the letter t
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large yellowish capsule ## Are there any markings on the pill? Numbers or letters? I would need more information about the capsule, in order to locate the correct medication. Please post back so I can help you further. ## I have some medicine from a friend. It is supposed to be a painkiller. I m not so sure. The pill is white m oval shape with 2 letters mark on one side stating (TV and number 58 on the other side. ## Tv 58 is tramadol aka ultram non narcotic pain med ## Tramadol name brand (Ultram) is a narcotic, I am a nurse and we have treated hundreds of people who are addicted to Tramadol. ## Nurse Michelle: Tramadol name brand (Ultram) is not a narcotic. "I am a nurse and we have treated hundreds of people who are addicted to Tramadol." Lots of people become "addicted... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Tramadol.
Sun, Jun 18 '17, 6:03 AM
is zofran a narcotic
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I have a sister who was given Zofran through an iv during labor. and they said that their baby now has narcotics in her system. Is Zofran considered a narcotic? ## concerned no Zofran is not a narcotic , its for nausea. they may have given her something for pain in her iv, but they wont give her anything that would harm the baby, ## I was just wondering it would not happen to have any in epidural would it? I know that epidurals are the most commonly used when in labor to decrease or stop the pain. that wouldn't be it would it? ## concerned once they start the epidural there should be no need for pain meds, unless they gave it to her before the epidural was started, which its still ok .they wont give anything to hurt the baby. lots of stuff going on shes having a baby! ask your nurse... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Zofran.
Mon, May 18 '15, 11:33 PM
Narcotic Pain Patches
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I was told this Pharmacy would give me narcotic pain patch that starts with a B could u tell me about it? ## Herbie are you referring to Buprenorphine patches? Is that the correct name? If so, then you can read more about this medication at: Hope this helps! ...
Updated 5 years ago in Buprenorphine.
Mon, Jan 23 '12, 6:30 PM
is cymbalta a narcotic ???
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are extreme headaches from the neck and back of the head a withdrawl symptom? Doctor said that Cymbalta is a narcotic !!! was put on x strength Tylenol ,Motrin and gravol every four hours !!Went cold turkey due to the side effects being so bad and now suffering the withdrawl effects ## I have taken cymbalta since 2005.. Switched to other meds for several years and came back to it in 2014. Thing seemd on for a while until I told my doctor I thought I might need something else.. She upped my dose to 120mg and recommended I tKe 1 in morning and 1 at night.. My brain zaps start around 3pm ## No, Cymbalta is not a narcotic. It contains the active ingredient Duloxetine, which the FDA classifies as an SNRI antidepressant. However, if you've been taking it for awhile, then some minor withdr... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Cymbalta.
Fri, May 15 '15, 4:17 PM
Is Citalopram A Narcotic
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My doctor recently put me on citalopram. I lost my appetite and feel exhausted with this pill. Is this a side effect? ## Citalopram is not a narcotic, it is an SSRI antidepressant. And yes, those can be side effects, while your body is adjusting to the medication, you may also experience nausea and dry mouth. It usually takes about 4 to 6 weeks for the medication to reach its full effects and then the side effects should slowly start to taper off. However, if you don't experience any improvement, you should contact your doctor. Are there any other questions? ## Will citaprolam make me gain weight...also im interesred in all news about incivek and all hep c news ## How long does citalopram remain active in your body ## Is Citalopram Hydrobromide perscribed for menopause patients? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Citalopram.
Tue, Jan 20 '15, 2:17 AM
can i start back taking morphine pills
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I was prescribed morphine 30 MG And I stopped taking them about two months ago. Now I need them again and I have some left but is it safe to just start taking them again? Will I overdose? ## Hello, Joy! How are you? It's always best to check with your prescriber, before starting back on such a medication, especially since that is a fairly high dose. How long were you on it? The FDA classifies this medication as 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. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Fri, Oct 30 '15, 4:59 PM
Pain Medication Starting With A
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Hello I'm trying to find out the new pain medicine that kids are taking today that replaces the pain pill oxycontin. I saw a show on TV about this but I can't remember what It's called? I think it starts with the letterA? It's the new drug craze today. ## The only one I can think of offhand that starts with an A would be Actiq, it contains the narcotic Fentanyl, which is over 80 times stronger than Morphine and is available as a lollipop, it's a formulation used for slow release of the medication. Does this sound familiar? ...
Updated 6 years ago in OxyContin.
Thu, Jul 28 '11, 11:48 AM

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