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brown period

I have had a tubligation so.I don't believe I am pregnant. For 3 weeks I had a "brown" period but it was not enough to need anything more than.a pantie liner. 4 days ago I started what seemed to be my normal period but lighter than normal. I usually only have cramps for.the first 24 hours. This time I am having severe cramps and it hasn't gone away nor have I stopped bleeding ## Hello, Mary! How are you? The brown is usually old blood that hasn't been passed during prior cycles. With it going on for weeks and then the severe cramping, it sounds like you may have had a sudden hormonal shift. Have you consulted your doctor? You should do so to have things checked out. ...

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BROWN PERiODS

Hi,iv been using nustrate for like 3 years now and suddenly I'm experiencin period pains and when I check I'm on them but they look brownish,and its 4 the 1st tym.wat myt b da problem? ## Hello, Confused! How are you doing? The pain/cramping can happen at any point in your life, if your hormone levels fluctuate. Generally, brown blood is old blood that wasn't fully eliminated during your last cycle, so it's being cleaned out during this one. Have they been lighter than usual? That frequently causes it. Have you consulted your doctor? Having them check things out would be the best idea. ...

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RP brand Percocet

Well once again I've been duped because Walmart wants to buy the cheapest non-effective brands possible for people who actually have pain. These RP brand generic percocets are absolutely useless but as long as the maker and the distributor are making money that's all that matters...... Has anyone else had a similar experience with these? ## I have been taking the RP brand and something is very wrong. They are coming out in my stools in a perfectly round pill shape, that is somewhat like a soft plastic. I'm contacting the Fda and the company and pharmacy. ## Is a small white round pill marked with RP 5, a regular release percocet or is it oxycontin? Please let me know. ## My pharmacy switched and the new RP doesn't work for me. I'm in Niagara Falls NY. Please help. Ri... ...

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Percin

an brad spectrum antibiotic ## Percin contains the active ingredient Prulifloxacin, it is a chemotherapeutic antibiotic. It is used to treat urinary tract infections and cases of gastroenteritis. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. Read more: Are there any comments or questions? ...

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 Permax Pergolide

Pergolide (trade names Permax, Prascend) is an ergoline-based dopamine receptor agonist used in some countries for the treatment of Parkinson's disease (PD). PD is associated with reduced dopamine activity in the substantia nigra of the brain. Pergolide acts on many of the same receptors as dopamine to increase receptor activity. In 2007, pergolide was withdrawn from the U.S. market for human use after several published studies revealed a link between the drug and increased rates of valvular...
Period./:

This is my first month of taking Le Lestoran Fe(probably spelled wrong) and I was wanting to skip my period at the end of the month and I heard that if you skip the reminder pills and just start the new pack then you won't have your period. So I was just wondering if the white are reminder pills too, I know the brown ones are, and I was wondering if the white ones start your period or if the brown ones do? I only have one blue pill left and can't get a new pack until the day after tomorrow because I'm out of town. ## To be honest, I am not familiar with these tablets, so I would suggest your asking a pharmacist, they should have the information available as to which pills are which and they will probably be able to help you. Does anyone else happen to know? ...

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 Perjeta Pertuzumab

Pertuzumab (also called 2C4, trade name Perjeta)[1] is a monoclonal antibody used in combination with trastuzumab and docetaxel for the treatment of metastatic HER2-positive breast cancer; it also used in the same combination as a neoadjuvant in early HER2-positive breast cancer.[2] Side effects in more than half the people taking it include diarrhea, hair loss, and loss of neutrophils; more than 10% experience loss of red blood cells, hypersensitivity or aller...
percocet brand vs generic

Generic Percocet is weak, and having trouble finding brand, I'm a BK amputee. Over 20 yrs with severe nerve bundles on and off meds depending on my situation. Only prescribed 60 10mg/ 325 a month and not a day sooner. I understand the need to not to be over medicated very well. I am now left in pain often since there are days where only taking two pills daily is ridiculous. In my line of work I stand for 3+ hrs. at a time. I have had Percocet 30 mg w/ no APAP . Which I harder find and tougher to get prescribed, we are talking about quality of life and staying in the work force so I can pay my healthcare in the first place. Generics leave me taking more pills a day with worse results which damages liver no matter the amount. And Brand Percocet is not covered by co-pay. Do I find a Dr... ...

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 Gloperba Colchicine

Colchicine (sold under brand names Colcrys or Mitigare) is a medication most commonly used to treat gout.[1][2][3] In addition to gout, colchicine is used to treat familial Mediterranean fever, pericarditis and Behçet's disease.[2] Adverse effects are primarily gastrointestinal upset at high doses.[4] It is a toxic alkaloid and secondary metabolite, originally extracted from plants of the genus Colchicum (aut...
 Perseris Risperidone

Risperidone, sold under the brand name Risperdal among others, is an antipsychotic.[2] It is used to treat schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and irritability associated with autism.[2] It is taken either by mouth or by injection into a muscle.[2] The injectable version is long-acting and lasts for about two weeks.[3] Common side effects include movement problems, sleepiness, dizziness, trouble seeing, constipation, and increased w...
No period

Hi. I just took the last brown pill in my second pack of Lo Loestrin Fe. I have not bled at all yet. On the first pack I had bad cramping on the last white pill and then spotted on the first brown. Such light spotting that I only needed a panty liner for 2 days. Is this normal? Should I be concerned about pregnancy? I've never missed a pill and started the first pack when I was supposed to start the new pack of my old birth control, Yasmin. I am switching back. This pill is making me insane with worry. ## yes, its very normal. light spotting on lo lo estrin or lo estrin is what a lot of people experience. ## Gia's answer is correct. Contraceptives, such as this, contain hormones to prevent ovulation, which prevents pregnancy and changing the amount of hormones in your body can c... ...

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peridine

elongated tablet red-clay in color has I-2 on pill ## This is actually an over the counter tablet that contains 200mgs of Ibuprofen, it is a generic or store brand of Advil or Motrin. It is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling, its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and headache. Learn more Ibuprofen details here. Is there anything I can help with? ...

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On Period

If I get my period while still on the "active" pills do I continue to take them as normal? Is that an overdose of hormones? ## No, it is not an overdose, breakthrough bleeding is actually a normal side effect of hormonal contraceptives and can occur for the first few months you are taking them. And yes, you should continue taking them, just as normal. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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percocet?

what is a white pill w/ line in center w/ L on top & 010 on bottom? ## it is a white pill with 512 on one side and a line through the middle on the otherside ## L 010 This is a generic or store brand Tylenol Extra Strength, Acetaminophen 500mgs. ## This is not the correct forum for pill IDs, as per the site instructions, in the future, please place your questions in the Drug Submissions Forum. It is also rude to hijack someone else's thread, in the future please create your own! 512 This is a generic for Percocet, the lowest dose available. Acetaminophen 325mgs and Oxycodone 5mgs. ## Found a round white pill with k232 on it need to know what it could be? ...

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percocet

## I have a percocet but I dont know what strength it is. It has numbers 54 on top and 543 on bottom. and a split line on other side. ## The split line is actually called a score line, it makes it easier for you to break or cut the pill, if necessary, but split the dose equally. Pill Image This has the same ingredients as Percocet, but this is actually a branded pill itself called Roxicet. It contains 325mgs of Acetaminophen and 5mgs of Oxycodone, this is manufactured by the drug company Roxane, hence the name Roxicet. ## Thank you for your information. Now I can get rid of this terrible tooth ache pain for a few hours. Thanks again, Gary Stam ## whitr round pill Mlx score line 152 ## I have a white, round pill with 44 on top and 148 on bottom. The pharm. said it was percocet 10mg with ... ...

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Percocet?

White round pill. L403 on one side. 325mg on the other. Is it a percocet? ## No! This is definitely NOT a Percocet, not any type of narcotic/opiate. Pills marked with an L are manufactured by LNK International and they only make OVER THE COUNTER items that are sold by many stores across the US as their store brands or generics, equivelents to various items such as Tylenol, Aleve, Benadryl, and etc. This one, as a matter of fact, is a generic version of regular strength Tylenol, hence the 325 on the opposite side, it contains 325mgs Acetaminophen and then some various inactive ingredients. ## I am allergic to tylenol, advil and midol, but I can take percocet. I know this cuz I almost left this earth from having no doc fighting a food infection. The bacteria was growing inside me and I al... ...

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percocet

It has 44 on the top and 148 on the bottom. Is it a percocet?? ## NO! THIS IS NOT PERCOCET! Pills with the 44 on them followed by additional numbers are manufactured by LNK and they do not do prescription products. They manufacture OTC products which are then provided to various stores such as Kroger or Eckerd as generics of their store brands. This one is 500mgs Acetaminophen, a generic Extra Strength Tylenol. ## Can somebody pls help me out some1 has a round white pill with da #44/148 dey say its a percocet and her orthopedic gave it to her please let me know s this a narcotic like your typical percocet some people say it iz some say its not .....well which one is it???? ## No dummy. It’s 500mg of acetaminophen. There is no Percocet to it. They pulled your leg. ...

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Peractin

I want to know about periactin? ## what does periactin drugs treat in the body and what are the side effects ## The first time I took periactin I did not drink much water so I fainted. But I was ok I continued to use periactin but used it b4 I went to bed nd it made me knock out. I n the span of two weeks I noticed a differ ce In my legs nd my breast whenever I woke up nmh whole body would ache nd I we nt from 110 to 140 In two months nd started working out I was looking healthy nd it's 4 months now nd. I fe great! ## can you pls tell me wher i can get periactin in canada i really need it ...

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Mylan brand Percocet 10/325

I am looking for Watson 10/325 Percocet and they no longer make them. What about Mylan brand? Has anyone had those- also Amneal is another generic. Help!!! ## My wife takes the 10/325 and has preferred the Watson also. Mylan worked well for her but we can't find anyone near us that carries Mylan. Who are you getting them from? ## I haven't had any personal experience with this med, but after seeing all the complaints against Actavis I think any other brand would be worth looking into. Endo Pharmaceuticals also makes Percocet. I'd just be mindful of the inactive ingredients (binders/fillers) that they put into those tablets, because you never know if something in there could be effecting its potency/bioavailability from the point of absorption. From what I've read, Endo u... ...

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Breast reduction & Percocet

A month ago I had BR surgery I was given a script of Percocet a week before so I'll have it ready. Surgery was painful thank God for Percocet. From December 10 2014 and its January 20 2015. Last night was my first night without Percocet I'm just tired of it. I had a hard time falling asleep it was a horrible night. ...

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