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can you take 2 year old pot cl micro 20 ## Hello, Fanny! How are you? No, that wouldn't be a good idea. It loses potency once expired, so you should really just dispose of it. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Wed, Jan 29 '14, 4:04 PM
potassium cl
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Updated 8 years ago.
Sat, May 16 '09, 2:25 PM
Amox Clav Pot
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Is this medicine prescribed for tooth aches? Is it ok to take this medication with metformin ## Amoxicillin with Clavulanic acid, the active ingredients in Augment, is an antibiotic used to treat various types of infections. So, if the toothache is caused by an infection, then yes, it may help. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Learn more: There are no interactions listed between it and Metformin, but you should check with your doctor or pharmacist to be certain. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Metformin.
Mon, Sep 19 '11, 12:22 PM
pot cl micro tab
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what is this medicine and its uses ## Potassium Chloride is a nutritional supplement, used to treat or help prevent a deficiency in this vital nutrient. A lack of it can cause health complications, such as muscle cramps and other illnesses. Read more: Do you have any other questions? ## Can I take potassium cl micro if the fill-date was 8/16/2016? ...
Updated 6 months ago in Potassium Chloride.
Tue, May 02 '17, 2:52 AM
Amox Pot Clav 875
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Can this drug be taken with zyrtec allergy meds? ## Yes, these two drugs can be taken together; neither Amoxicillin nor Zyrtec have interactions with one another. You can view more details about each of these medications by clicking on the links below: If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Zyrtec.
Sun, Oct 23 '11, 1:52 PM
amoxic/clavu pot
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Updated 10 years ago.
Fri, Sep 21 '07, 4:34 AM
Pot Cl Micro 10MEQ
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I need to find a less expensive alternative for Pot CL Micro 10MEQ. What is the MG equivalent that can be purchased over the counter? ## That is a generic and really shouldn't be that expensive. I had to pick up a bottle of 20meqs and it was only around $40. Have you tried different pharmacies? As to the conversion, I am not sure it would be any cheaper, since you would need 390mgs, to equal the 10meq dose. ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Wed, Jun 22 '11, 11:20 AM
Pot Cl Micro 20 Meq
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Is this simply potassium chloride (KCl) ? ## Hi Rodger, Yes you are correct, except Micro-K is a brand name for the 'Extended-Release' version of Potassium Chloride (KCl). From what I could gather, the term "Micro" just stands for microencapsulated. Learn More: Potassium Chloride Details I hope this helps to answer your question! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Potassium Chloride.
Wed, Nov 28 '12, 12:40 AM
Pot Cl Micro 20meq
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Can this medication be taken with amoxicillin ## There are no interactions listed between the two, since the Potassium is just a nutritional supplement, but you should check with your doctor, or pharmacist to be certain. You should be careful with the Potassium, because it can be very irritating to your stomach, so make sure not to take it without having eaten. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I did not taken pot cl mucro 20meg because of my gastric inflamation please i need advise ...
Updated 11 months ago in Amoxicillin.
Wed, Dec 14 '16, 8:21 PM
potassium CL 10 meq
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What is the difference between potassium CL 10 meq and potassium phosphate? ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Fri, May 22 '09, 7:09 PM
amox pot clav 875 mg
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2 times a day ## I need to know the side effects ## This is an antibiotic, a generic for Augmentin. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. ## i am taking ammox/pot clav and I want to know what the side affects are, because my ear is very irritated and swollen. ## My wife has been allergic to penicillan her entire life. When she took some in the past, in small dosages, she broke out in severe rashes. Her doctor prescribed Amox/Clav POT 875mg. He stated she should not experience any side affects, such as rashes or hives. I am afraid for her and am hesitant with letting her take it. Please, any advise or guidance is greatly appreciated in advance. ## Amongst the possible side-effects of this medication are diarrhea, vomiting, thrush, and a... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Augmentin.
Wed, Dec 18 '13, 3:04 PM
Amox Pot Clav 875mg
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What is this med. used for? Sore throat, congestion, fever? ## What is this med used for, sore throat, fever, congestion? ## Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid, the active ingredients in Augmentin, it an antibiotic that's used to treat various types of infections. Thus, it doesn't directly treat anything you listed, it will only help if such symptoms have been caused by an infection. Learn more Augmentin details here. What types of symptoms are you experiencing? ## I had a sore throat, bad cold, coughing, wheezing, head ache, chest congestion, mild high temperature. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Mon, Oct 01 '12, 3:39 PM
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Hi why would my Dr. change my current med's (Augmentin 875mg) after only 5 doses @ BID to a similar if not the same AMOX/CLAV POT 875/125 ## Hello, Frank! How are you? The addiction of the clavulanic acid helps the antibiotic to work better. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Augmentin.
Wed, Apr 29 '15, 12:33 PM
pot cl micro tab 10 meq
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When I should use pot cl and what are the benefits ## Hi, Abdo! This is just a potassium supplement, it is vital to our overall health and a deficiency in it can cause quite a few health issues, such as high blood pressure, elevated heart rate and irregular heart rhythm. However, you shouldn't take it, unless your doctor has actually done a blood test and told you that you need to take it, because too much of it can also be very dangerous. Did your doctor prescribe this for you? ## I was prescribed pot cl micro 10 meg along with water pill. Now that I'm not taking the water pill I've been still taking the potassium since August. What danger am in. I feel something going on ...
Updated 8 months ago in Blood Pressure.
Tue, Feb 21 '17, 10:08 PM
Pot Cl Micro Tab 20 Meq
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why it say do not lay down for 30 min after taking this med ## This is a Potassium supplement and the can be very irritating to the stomach and this may cause some reflux issues. If it does cause this reflux of stomach acid, it could cause damage to your esophagus, such a ulcerations. Are there any other questions? ## How can we use this potassium product without stomach or esophagus issues? ## As is usually stated in the instructions from your pharmacy, don't lay down for at least half an hour, after taking it, to prevent the acid from refluxing. It may, however, still cause some nausea and stomach irritation and, in that case, it should be taken with a light snack or meal. Are there any other questions? ## Does this medication call a salty mouth when eating sweets I was on the yel... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Wed, Jul 29 '15, 3:46 AM
Potassium Cl 10 MEQ CR
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What does CR stand for after 10 MEQ? I have one bottle with the CR letters and one bottle with the letter K after 10 MEQ. Are they the same? Susan ## From what I can tell, it seems they are, but you should probably check with your pharmacist to be certain, just in case they are using something different in their labeling system. But the CR usually stands for controlled release and some places also use the K for slow release, which is basically the same thing. Where they both filled at the same pharmacy? ## what is the difference between Potassium CHL Tab 10MEQ CR and Potassium CL 10MEQ ER? ## Received refill of Pot Chloride tab 10 meq cr when always previously rec'd 10 meq er. Is there a difference and should I be concerned? Thank you! ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Wed, Aug 07 '13, 12:42 PM
potassium cl 10 meq er
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I was taken one 10 MEQ of potassium once a day. now they tell me i need to take 50 mg a day but i called the pharmacy and they said that i need to take two of 10 MEQ capsules a day. So thats 20 meq. But is that to much potassium in a day. Because potassium comes in MEQ not mg. So should i take 2 tabs a day or go back to just 1 tab a day. They said that the 10 meq is equal to 750 mg so thats 1500 mg a day. Is that going to be to much potassium. ## i am taken 1 10 meq of citrate potassium 4 times a day, 1 chiorthalidone 25 mg, & 2 , 20 meg potassium cl er micro, i have my blood checked each month my potassium alway low & lately i am very itchy on my arms, am i having a interactin with the two potassium medication ? ## My client was told by her Dr. to take potassium 50 mg 2 x a day... ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Thu, Aug 23 '12, 3:12 PM
Potassium Cl 10 Meq Er ??
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I have just been prescribed this medication, and have decided to try an alternative diet instead. The possible side effects have me terrified of taking it. What are some experiences anyone has had? ## Yes, a Potassium supplement can cause some side effects, however, when I used it, the only trouble I had was when they tried to give it by I.V. It caused severe burning, that wouldn't stop and I refused to continue the I.V. Once they gave me the tablets as supplements, all problems ceased. The problem with an alternative diet is that if you are very low in potassium, it can be very hard to eat enough foods to bring it back up to normal levels. Have you tried talking to your doctor about your concerns? ## Is there a potassium TABLET that would be equivalent to the "Potassium CL ER 1... ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Sat, Nov 17 '12, 1:21 PM
Potassium Cl 10 Meq Sa
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What time of day is this med best ingested ## The dosing instructions for this medication do not list a specific time of day that one should take it, so I assume that you can use it at your own convenience. The adult dosing information for Potassium Chloride is posted below in regards to 'Prevention of Hypokalemia': "Oral: 10 to 20 mEq orally once a day given in equally divided doses using formulations which include normal-release tablets or capsules, extended-release tablets or capsules, dissolvable tablets, oral solution or powder for dissolution mixed with an appropriate volume of water or juice." I hope this helps! ## Can a SA form of potassium Cloride be dissolved and ingested mixed with pudding or applesause? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Potassium Chloride.
Sat, Jan 05 '13, 11:59 AM
potassium cl 20 meq er
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i am having muscle weakness in my legs and can't stand for long periods of time. i lose my balance easily. is this normal ## Got no directions about whether this tab can be cut in half. its a long white pill with US20 on one side. husband cannot swallow ## Why are you on the Potassium? The symptoms your describing are not normal, but they could be caused by the condition being treated or the treatments. Have you spoken to your doctor about the dizziness, weakness and balance issues? ## US 20 contains 20meqs of Potassium and yes, it is a regular release tablet, so you can safely cut it in half or crush it to make it easier for him to swallow. Are there any other questions? ## difference between potassium cl er 20 meq tablet and 90 mg potassium tablet ## I have read all the info from ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Torsemide.
Wed, Aug 28 '13, 12:40 PM

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