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can I take my synthroid at same time I take linzess

I take synthroid and,belviq in the morning at same time I take linzess.? ## Hi Judy, Upon looking up potential drug interactions, I did find an article noting how Linzess (Linaclotide) has been known to cause diarrhea, which in-turn may affect the absorption of other medications that are taken orally, such as Synthroid (Levothyroxine)... essentially not allowing it to work as well as it should. So if you do decide to take them together, I think it would be equally important to watch for signs/symptoms of decreased thyroid function as a result of this interaction. Have you been taking the Linzess long enough to know how it affects you (i.e. regarding diarrhea)? ## The Linzess does cause some diarrhea ,if I take the synthroid and belviq 2hours later (after the linzess ) would that be long... ...

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M363 vs Wat 540

been taking m363 & it worked. Recently pharmacy switched to watson 540 (white oval) noting 'different brand'? Is it just me, or is it possible they don't work as well on me? Seem to take more, which I don't wanna' do. ## Its not the medicine its you as you have developed opiate tolerance. You can tootle that and read about it. If you keep taking. This. You are going to be addicted. Is that what you want? You should read about opiates BEFORE you started taking them. Then you would know. They cause addiction to the same degree they relieve pain. Knowledge is power... ## mr go. I was placed on the lortab 10/500 several yrs ago folllowing the closing of my esophogus (due to systemic scleroderma) & the insertion of a feeding tube into my small intstine. Esophoject... ...

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Sandoz XR adderall

Hello. I've been taking sandoz adderall ir for about 5 months now, so far so good. I am taking around 10mg x2 a day and it doesn't last long enough, and when the crash comes I become very confused and bored. 1. Does Sandoz make adderall xr? 2. If not, what is the best generic for adderall xr? ## Hello Tyler, Yes Sandoz has been making an XR version of their Adderall since mid 2017. Due to the ingredients being different in the XR, as well as other generics, I wouldn't be able to tell you which one would work best for you. It's also worth noting that since you would be switching to the XR the medication may not have as strong of an impact as it used to due to the lower dosages of active ingredients in your system at a time. Hope this helps. Good luck! ...

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gabapentin 100mg q hs

I've been taking 100mg @ night for 3 weeks. I have lightheadedness in the morning. Could it be gabapentin, or the caffeine from coffee that I take about 1/2 to 45 minutes before I get the lightheadedness? ## I was on this medication several years ago and one of the side effects was lightheadness. I also had headaches. ## Hi Sharon, According to, if you notice dizziness, drowsiness or nausea while on Gabapentin, you should talk with your doctor. The MayoClinic also confirms that lightheadedness is a side effect of Gabapentin. Something else worth noting is that a caffeine overdose can cause dizziness as well. I don't know how much caffeine you take, but I wouldn't rule it out as a possible contributing factor. Hope you feel better soon! ...

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gelmicin cream on dog

Can it be used on dogs hot spots? ## Will it hurt a dog if ingested ## Hi Denise, Personally I think it would be a good idea to contact a veterinarian before treating any animal with any medication - Regardless of whether it's a cream or pill for ingestion. The way their system reacts/responds to many types of drugs can be vastly different from what we perceive as normal, so it's better to be overly safe than take even a slight risk with our pets. Something else worth noting is that if the cream isn't used properly, one of its active ingredients (Betamethasone - a steroid) may make some skin conditions worse off. I wish only the best for you and your pet! ## Our vet usually prescribes Otomax for any hot spots/infections, which has the same ingredients as Gelmicin. So it SHOU... ...

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Metoprolol leg pains

I started metoprolol about 6 months ago, and after a few weeks on it, I started having pain in my upper legs (thigh area) and sometimes lower legs. I complained to Dr and they say it’s not from the med. I never had a leg problem and it’s getting worse. After sitting, when I get up my legs feel heavy and painful. Had anyone else had anything like this? ## Hi Jojo, Sorry to hear about your situation. Leg pain unfortunately isn't listed as a side effect of Metoprolol on or However, they do list swelling (inflammation) of the legs, which I believe in turn can correspond to pain. Source: [1] [2] There are also a couple other popular discussion threads here noting the ... ...

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neobes & esbelcaps awesome!!

Both diet pills are amazing.. I took them 7 yrs ago n lost about 50-60lbs in 6mths size 16-18 down to a 7-8. Then got pregnant n having trouble to loose the weight so i just started them may 10 and have lost 12lb so far which is not so bad. I have no side effects but very thirsty and dont feel hungry which is what i needed. There is a Dr. Across the border that prescribes them in reynosa called Dr.Manuel Felix hernandez Lee. They are awesome!! And look forward to more weight loss. Take neobes around 8am and esbelcaps at 2pm plus a basic diet n 30min of exercise/walking for additional weight loss..always keep ur prescription an ask Dr for a note noting that u are under Dr supervision because if they have you do a random drug panel u will come back positive for a fact. ## Hello Weightloss... ...

Updated in Amphetamine
Watson vs Mallinckrodt Norco

I have been prescribed Watson brand Norco for years. Recently I was given this same drug made by a different manufacturer (Mallinckrodt). This formulation gave me headaches, cramps, hives and I'm vomiting. Why? ## Hi Lee, Whenever you switch manufacturers of the same drug, there's almost always going to be a difference in inert ingredients (binders & fillers) that make up the composition of the pill. Some people are more sensitive (or allergic) than others to these changes and that in itself may be a culprit for possible side effects. Something else worth noting is that different binding agents can affect bioavailability, which in turn means you get more or less of the actual active ingredient, potentially bringing about an onset of withdrawal symptoms. Unfortunately, determ... ...

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need anxiety med doc in oklahoma

I have suffered from severe GAD most of my adult life, including panic attacks. I am between psychiatrists right now. I am completely out of Xanax 1mg and have 4 klonopin to last an unknown timeframe. I am very frightened/panicked. I am unable to even go to the grocery store. Please help- I have called lots of psychiatrists and none are taking new patients. I am at a loss. Help! ## I don't know how much you are taking but you NEED to have a plan to get you to an ER. I spent 2 weeks withdrawing at home, noting the different daily symptoms, could have written a book. I knew I was getting worse as hallucinations were setting in. I was reading old emails from my ceiling. I almost died but was clearly able to communicate with the ER Doctor. He was amazed. They kept me for a week. ## Hell... ...

Updated in Xanax

i understand that its availble in Canada. But goes by a differant name. Do you know what it is called? I was happy to hear that there is a new cranberry flavor. 2nd ? If a pt has insurance does a pharmacy dicount cards work on this prep?? ## Hi Sue, Based on my research, Prepopik is reportedly available in Canada under the brand name "Pico-Salax". And to answer your other question about using pharmacy discount cards along with insurance - When I look at many of these pharmacy discount cards they often make a statement noting that "this card is not intended to act as a replacement for insurance" - so my understanding is that the discount therefore isn't associated with an insurance policy. That being said, I don't see any reason why insurance and savings cards can... ...

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trigestrel work same as triphasil

I ws using triphasil bt when I go to the clinic they ddnt hv it they give me trigestrel, is it the same as triphasil cos nw I hv abdominal pain and I hv discharg not a smelly one bt normal my problem I never hv discharg before it started when I use trigestrel ## I also would like to now is this the same pill as my periods is gone. Will this indeed effect my pumples on my skin again. ## Hello Gabie, According to the NIH these pills are the same in their composition and their uses so yes the pill is the same. Both pills are contraceptives and if you are experiencing abdominal pain and discharge you may have a separate issue that you need to discuss with your primary care doctor. It is worth noting that these two brands are commonly interchanged as they have the same composition and that u... ...

Inherent wide angle glaucoma at age 50

My (inherent) wide-angle glaucoma was diagnosed by a kind man, my Optician. His body language guarded, he searched for someone along with me, to break bad news, noting irreversible damage. I'd rapidly lost by failure to account for 30% of my adult vision. Being without all/any treatment for the Glaucoma for about twenty agonizing months. Indicating that I begin using Xalatan "one drop in each eye before bed daily." Adding "If I used more drops that it would not help my situation." I believe I disagree yet without power to convince. Factually; for whatever reason, I DO enjoy relief from pain, headache, visible swelling, (iop?) when that prescribed amount is readministered 8 or 12 hours again later (BID). I experienced marked relief; well, what and why the discussion? ... ...

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How Long Should I Take The Indomethacin

inflamation in my foot, no pain gout suspected, taking 50 mg indomethacin, makes me sleepy, how long should i ake this med ## Hi bobbi, I haven't found any specific details mentioning exactly how long one should be on this medication, but I did locate a rather broad statement quoted below, that may be of help: "Suggested Dosage: Indomethacin capsules 25 mg b.i.d. or t.i.d. If this is well tolerated, increase the daily dosage by 25 mg or by 50 mg, if required by continuing symptoms, at weekly intervals until a satisfactory response is obtained or until a total daily dose of 150 mg to 200 mg is reached. DOSES ABOVE THIS AMOUNT GENERALLY DO NOT INCREASE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE DRUG." If dosing instructions are noting "weekly intervals" I can say that it's probably ... ...

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What is the use of hydrochloride in Tramadol?

So I just got tramadol and it says that it has hydrochloride in it. Is it opioid-based? I read the instructions and it said they are a narcotic. ## Hi Nancy, According to Wikipedia, hydrochloride is defined as an acid salt. This is not opioid-derived from what I can tell. In the pharmaceutical field, my understanding is that the presence of hydrochloride acts as a catalyst for better absorption / bioavailability. For this reason, hydrochloride exists in a myriad of drug formulations (including non-narcotics). However, there are reports of individuals being hypersensitive to hydrochloride and noting that they should try to avoid it whenever possible. These patients may be few and far between, but if in doubt I would encourage you to contact your pharmacy just to be on the safe side. I ho... ...

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white pill m365 how many can i take in one dose

As many as you are prescribed. If this doesn't work you should discuss with your PCP and possibly change to oxycodone 5/325. Even though the amount of aspirin (325mg) is lower than others too much can have adverse effects on your liver and kidneys. That is more to worry about for sure. ## Hi CR, Thanks for the sound advice! I agree with your perception of what might be the next step up from hydrocodone prescriptions; and also the concern of "acetaminophen" toxicity (I'm assuming you meant to say that instead of aspirin - as to my knowledge I don't think they make combinations of aspirin [acetylsalicylic acid] with pain meds), is that correct? Something else that may be worth noting is that oxycodone 5mg is available without acetaminophen as well, so you can easily av... ...

Updated in Oxycodone
insurance company refusing to pay for oxycontin

insurance company now won't pay for chronic pain meds. (oxycontin) noting all kinds of reasons which I answered. It started with pre authorization, then reduced dosage, (have had same dosage for four years). I have never misused or tried to get meds. early. I know this is an abused medication but I have to go to work every day and this allows me to do so. They say I have a right to appeal and have looked for legal help but nobody will take case. Any help would be appreciated. I can't afford $900.00 per month. ## Hello, Josh! How are you? I am sorry about the problems you're having, that's horrible. As to the legal help, when the insurance company says you have the right to appeal, that is an internal process that you handle with them, they will tell you what information ... ...

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Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen 10/325 by Mallinckrodt

My pharmacy changed my meds from the yellow 10-325 v 3601 norco to the 10-325 white m367 mallinckrodt. I've been taking the yellows for years with no problems. Today I started the whites and feeling dizzy, a little weak, kind of panicky. What is different about the two meds that would cause this? ## hi i take the 10-325 hydrocodone apap tablet malli and i was takeing the yellow 10-325 witch helped me i have a very bad back and spine problems the whit pills do noting but give me headackes and upset stomack i have been on vicodin for many years now that the drugs store gave me the white pills they do not work but make me sick what can i do? ## Hello, Jennifer and Don! How are you both? I am very sorry about the problems that you're having. There can be slight fluctuations in the a... ...

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wysolone 10 mg side effects for psoriatic arthritis

hi i am a 34 years lady , last year i was diagnosed with asymmetric psoriatic arthritis, i was given sum lotion for my skin problems , i was also prescribed wysolone 10 mg once in night for 30 days, later it was reduced to 5 mg .... i felt active when i take it and they told me to reduce to alternate days and once in 2 days. Past 5 moths i was without any pain killers.... what i wish to know is that during cold seasons again my symptoms have come back and people scare me that if you take wysolone everyday your liver may fail , etc etc. i believe evry medicine has side effect but how long does it take to become severe..... and is there any other alternative medicine much preferred than this drug ??? please help and guide me as i have a small son so please guide me ..... ## Madam noting t... ...

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I Ve Found A Small Round White Pill In My Daughter S Room There An Awkward E On The Top Part And 44 Bottom This For Bi Polar

The pill is small, round & white. On one side there are lines to make it easier to break into quarters. On the other side is an awkward E on the top & 44 on the bottom. Could this be one of her psychotropic meds? ## This pill with the italic E and the 44 contains 4mgs of Tizanidine, which is a muscle relaxant that's used to treat muscle pain and spasms. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## Small white pill AN44 on one side noting on the other ...

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round blue pills 10

Have found a few round blue pills with a 10 on one side noting on the other side not sure what they are all the pill identifiers are no help lots of pills i have looked up to find the information but this pill nothing ## Can anyone identify these pills for me please. Round, blue with nothing on one side and on the other, D underscore 10. Thank you. ## It is 10mg of Diazepam from the Middle East. It is generic as well, not a branded pill. ...

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