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Sun, Jun 05 '16, 9:59 AM
pain pills that start with the letter r
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for multiple sclerosis ## I am not sure if the medication I have in mind is specifically for MS related pain, but from what I understand it is mostly for relapsing-remitting MS and secondary progressive MS with relapses. It is called Rebif, active ingredient Interferon Beta 1a. Is that what you have in mind or could it be a different name?? ## Rebif is a shot, not for pain but to help stop relapses in M.S. I have M.S., there is no pill just for pain for M.S. We use the same meds as anyone, narco, Fentynal, Neurotin. ## Is Rebut used in extreme headaches due pulled neck muscle and severed neck vertabra? If not what is the suggestion. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Rebif.
Fri, Nov 22 '13, 7:16 PM
pain pills starting with p
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found a half of side has pro and the other has 100 ...
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Tue, Sep 22 '09, 9:06 AM
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 6 years ago in Dilaudid.
Fri, Nov 11 '11, 3:04 PM
Pain Pills Start With Letter T
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Tramadol? K11.? White. Round. Help ## A white, round tablet with the marking of K 11 does not contain Tramadol, or any other type of analgesic. It contains 25mgs of Hydroxyzine, which is an antihistamine that is used to treat allergic reactions and anxiety, due to its sedative like effects. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tramadol.
Sat, Feb 18 '12, 4:50 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 1 year ago in Aspirin.
Mon, Nov 07 '16, 10:48 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 2 months ago in Fiorinal.
Wed, Sep 06 '17, 12:22 AM
pain killers that start with m
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has an x and a l in the word ## Are you possibly referring to the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory Meloxicam? It is used to treat pain and swelling. You can read more on it here: Is this the correct medication? ## What is meloticam it is a drug I was prescribed tonight ...
Updated 2 months ago in Meloxicam.
Sun, Sep 03 '17, 10:05 AM
pain killers that start with n
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it's blue, has the code l910 ## I can't find a listing for this marking, but most tablets that have an L followed by additional numbers are over the counter items. That said, it may be Naproxen, a generic for Aleve, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. Does this sound correct? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Naproxen.
Mon, Mar 15 '10, 5:26 PM
Pain Killers That Start With T
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Used it when I had my total knee. Two syllables, I think. Can't take most pain meds, so need to find out. ## Do you remember the pharmacy that filled it for you? They would still have the records in their computer and should be able to look back and provide you with the information. Off the top of my head, the only pain reliever I can think of that starts with a T that is commonly used is Tramadol, it's a centrally acting analgesic, though it is related to opiates and causes similar side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, constipation and dry mouth. Learn more: Does that sound familiar? ## I thought it had two syllables. Don't recall what pharmacy I used then. Guess the orthopedist's record would have it. ## Talwin? I took this 40 years ago for a 2nd degree burn. Only 2... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Tramadol.
Tue, Jun 27 '17, 6:40 AM
pain killers that start with v
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V mark on the pill. Color white. Very bitter ## A V on the pill doesn't necessarily signify what it contains. The V is commonly used by the pharmaceutical company Vintage/Qualitest as their logo and they make many different products, only a few of which are analgesics. Are there any other numbers or markings on the tablet? That is what would help us identify it. ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Sun, Nov 21 '10, 4:30 PM
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
Pain Pills Starting With The Letter N That Are Orange
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It is a pain pill similar to ultram but stronger and is orange. ## Did you mean Nucynta, which contains the active ingredient Tapentadol? They aren't all orange, but there is one dosage that is and it is very similar to the Tramadol in Ultram, though a bit stronger and more effective at treating pain. Learn more Nucynta details here. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ultram.
Sat, Dec 29 '12, 12:26 PM
Pain Medication That Starts With T
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The medication is for pain. It sounds like it is Trimabean... but have not found a medication of this name... I may be pronouncing it wrong and spelling it wrong.. ## Kathryn - check out the following list: Pain Relief Medications Anything on there ring a bell? If not, can you tell me what country the product in question is from, as well as whether it is over the counter or prescription strength? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Pain Relief.
Fri, Aug 12 '11, 10:33 PM
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I'm writing a story and I need the name of a pain medication that starts with the letter X. ...
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Tue, May 30 '17, 7:30 PM
IV Pain Medicine That Starts With P
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Back in the hospital and the doctors are having a hard time finding an IV medication that will help lessen the chest pain from my pneumonia. I wear Fentanyl 75 mcg (changed every 72 hrs). Health issues; crps/rsd, ankylosing spondylitis, Arnold Chiari Malformation, Pudenal Neuralgia, are just the top my health issues. ## Hi Loveday, I don't know how much help this will be, but I was able to find a pretty extensive list of medications starting with "P". Perhaps one of the names on there might ring a bell?: If anyone else can post back with more information on other possibilities that would be great! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Fentanyl.
Mon, Jan 28 '13, 1:59 PM
Generic Pain Killers That Start With D
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A dilatin replacement, less likely to make you sick when you stop taking it. Starts with the letter d, is not an opiate. ## Did you mean a replacement for Dilaudid? Learn more Dilaudid details here. Dilantin is not an analgesic. Learn more Dilantin details here. I could help you better if I was clear on what exactly you're looking for. Is it an analgesic of some type? ## I have a lot of pain from hip to knee. I am using Naproxen, but not much relief. Looking for a stronger medicine, going on vacation and want to be pain free to have fun with grandchildren. I was told a pain reliever sounds like Darposet or something with the letter D. ## I need a name of some painkillers starting with the letter d, they have some strange shape, small and white in color ## I was a pharmacy tech for 1... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Dilaudid.
Sat, Jun 03 '17, 5:06 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
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 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

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