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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 m
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is there a pain medication that start with m like medagalan ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Jul 15 '14, 2:53 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 medications that starts with the letter c
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the queen used it while delivering her eigth child ## Actually, that is a myth. At the time there was a debate going on between doctors who thought it was okay to use pain medication during child birth and those who did not. Thus, the store was told and perpetuated, to try to encourage people to use it and believe it was safe, however, the store was not actually true. That said, whether or not the queen did get any medication is something this site does not know. The thing most commonly used back then did not begin with a C, anyway, it was actually Ether. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## pain med that strat with letter c ## I recently had a migraine headache and the ER doctor gave me a shot of something beginning with "C" or maybe "K'.........any ideas ...
Updated 2 years ago in Migraine / Tension Headache.
Mon, Oct 20 '14, 2:49 PM
Pain Medications That Start With Letter T
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is there a medication called thenccloroemac if yes what is it used for ## No, there is nothing listed under that name, but I am wondering if perhaps you misunderstood the name of a medication called Ketorolac, that is also commonly referred to by the brand name Toradol? Ketorolac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that is used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach pain. Learn more: ...
Updated 6 years ago in Ketorolac.
Fri, Apr 08 '11, 12:08 PM
pain medications that start with letter l
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red capsul with v 4206 on it ## Located a match for V4206, it's Meperidine 50 mg and Promethazine 25 mg which is used to treat moderate to severe pain. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Meperidine.
Tue, Oct 13 '09, 5:31 PM
Pain Killers That Start With The Letter P
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non prescription medications that start with the letter. I am Not interested in prescription related material. For examole-- why was phenacatin eliminated from otc compomnds?? Is there any that would be able to replace it for otc? please advise. ## Hi jack, If I am understanding your question correctly, you're asking for an otc pain killer that starts with the letter P? The only one that comes to mind in Paracetamol, which is another name for Acetaminophen. Learn More: Acetaminophen Details I hope this helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Paracetamol.
Sun, Dec 30 '12, 1:20 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 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
Opiate painkillers that start with the letter O
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I want to know all painkillers that are opiates that start with the letter O. I would like to know this because I think my doctor ordered a painkiller that I'm allergic to and it starts with an O and I'm not sure what it is... ## Does Opana a have generic? I was taking hydromorphone but I was getting headaches. What do you recommend? ## @Dutch - off the top of my head (listing both brand and generic names) ... Opana, Oxymorphone, Oxycodone, OxyContin. Do any of those ring a bell? You should check out the category page on Pain Relief, then scroll down past the list of discussions to where it says "Pain Relief Medications", and that list is in alphabetical order so you can just scroll down to drugs starting with "O". Hope this helps! ...
Updated 3 months ago in Opana.
Fri, Jun 30 '17, 12:41 AM
Pain killers that start with f
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In 1980 I was prescribed the nastiest pain pill that was in the form of a tablet. I thought it was fiorinal but maybe not... ## Posted below are some pain medication names that start with the letter F: Fentanyl Fentora Fioricet w/ codeine Fiormor Fiortal Farbital Flurbiprofen Fenoprofen Fasprin Femcet Flanax For a more thorough list of medications beginning with the letter F and to narrow down other prospective pain meds, you may wish to have a look at the following pages, and scroll down to the list of drugs starting with F: Categories: - Pain Relief - Migraine / Tension Headache - Muscle Relaxer I hope this helps! ...
Updated 1 month ago in Fiorinal.
Wed, Sep 06 '17, 12:22 AM
Nerve Pills-with the first letter F
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What kind of pill begins with an F for Nerves? ## What type of nerve medication? There are many medications that start with the letter F, so I need more specific details in order to help you. Are you looking for something that calms the nerve, something treats anxiety, or something that is used to treat nerve pain? Learn more Nerve details here. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Anxiety.
Mon, Sep 10 '12, 2:42 PM
Lyrica And Fluoxetine
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Has anyone had side effects taking Lyrica And Fluoxetine together? Such as mood swings, concentrating on things, forgetfulness, mixing letters and words, dizziness, hands jerking/ twicthcing in hands, ## Just found this site. I also take Fluoxetine 20mg.and Lyrica 25mg. three times a day. When I first started the Lyrica I was very disoriented, so much so I was afraid to drive. However as time has gone on that has disappeared. I have gained weight and have pretty bad dry mouth but the pain has decreased unbelievably. I just stood and danced for 2 1/2 hours at a Paul McCartney concert and did not suffer at all. The next day was another story but still manageable. ## Hi Diane, The side effects you've been experiencing are common on these medications, so you're definitely not alone.... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Lyrica.
Sun, Feb 12 '17, 11:04 PM
TAke klonipin & opana but showed up as neg
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with hydromophone, morphine oxzepan as positive, how can this be. I have never taken these medications EVER. ## I take klonipin & Opana for 8 years which came up as negitive, but hydromorphone, morphine & oxzepan medications came up as positive. I have never taken these medications ever. I was sent a certified letter from mt PM office that say they will no longer treat me and are leaving me without a pain management doctor. what am I to do. I have been in PM for 13 years and never failed a UA. I see that poppy seeds can cause it to come up as morphine, I make a mean bananas poppy seed cue once a week using a whole bottle of poppy seeds. and take many over the counter meds for sleep sinus problems & recently over the counter cold/cough medications ## I started suffering with ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Opana.
Fri, Mar 28 '14, 6:20 PM

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