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Would like to know what this medicine is for ## I would like to know what type of medication isTevau and what is it used for. ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Mon, Apr 18 '11, 11:04 AM
What/Where is Tevau
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My renewed Rx shows "Tevau". Is Tevau a place, a company name. How do I find out where the drug is MANUFACTURED?? The diltiazem capsule looks entirely different from the generic I have been taking. ## Hi Ginger, I think you may be referring to Teva Pharmaceuticals (possibly a misspelling of Teva). They are a drug company and they do manufacturer Diltiazem: I would consider contacting them directly if you have any concerns about their product, but hopefully this helps to answer your question about who the manufacturer is. ## Tevau is the way pharmacies spell it on their bottles, not Teva! My mother's HCTZ bottle has Tevau. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diltiazem.
Mon, Feb 29 '16, 5:30 PM
tevau vs actav Clonazepam
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I have taken Clonazepam for a number of years. It has always been the Actav product. On my last prescription refill, the pharmacist arbitrarily switched me to the Tevau product. Is this a problem? Which, if either is the better product? Is there a product better than either one of these 2 mentioned above? ## This can happen from time to time as manufacturers change their production schedules around, etc. It is hard to say which is the better product because technically the same generic product from multiple manufacturers contains the same active ingredient(s). That said, some people do experience slightly different effects from a product coming from a new manufacturer. What has been your experience so far? Does anybody else have an opinion of the Clonazepam from Teva? Please keep me pos... ...
Updated 19 hours ago in Clonazepam.
Mon, Sep 18 '17, 11:52 PM
sulfamethoxazole/tmp ds t tevau
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kidney infection ## This is a combo antibiotic, commonly used for those types of infections. Sulfamethoxazole Info Click Here ## I am a spinal cord injury (SCI) and my SCI doctor has had me on this drug for 10 yesrs since my accident. It prevents Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), because I self-cath up to 8 times a day. I have not noticed any side effects other than an occasional yeast infection. Every couple months or so, I will stop taking it for a week or two just to give my system a break and so I do not build up a tolerance to it. However, if I stay off too long, I usually end up getting a UTI which then must be treated by a stronger antibiotic. This sulfa drug is considered a maintenance drug and I take it once a day. I'd be happy to answer any other questions you have. ## Grea... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Sulfamethoxazole.
Wed, Mar 02 '16, 1:55 PM
prochlorperazine generic for tevau
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would like to know what it's for ...
Updated 7 years ago in Prochlorperazine.
Sun, Nov 01 '09, 4:13 PM
Teva On 1 Side 2098 Other
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i have a light yellow pill with teva on 1 side and 2908 on other side.what is this ## Based on the description provided, the pill you have is identified as Furosemide 20 mg; manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA. Furosemide is a loop diuretic used in the treatment of congestive heart failure and edema. More information on the manufacturer's page can be found here: Learn More: Furosemide Details I hope this info helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Furosemide.
Mon, Oct 22 '12, 7:34 PM
clonazepam 1mg v2351
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These porn as a PAM our weekend and do not have the half the strength of the generic clonazepam one milligrams that I have taken in the past what is wrong with them ## Hello, Dandan! How are you? I'm sorry, but I have no idea what the first part of your post says. Can you please post back and clarify? Thanks! However, these are 1mg Clonazepam tablets, which have the potential to be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. ## ok clonazepam 1mg teva 833 and clonazepam 1mg tevau are they the same med. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Clonazepam.
Thu, Jun 26 '14, 12:11 PM
Teva Pills Identify Ibertasan
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I need to find out if pharmacy gave me correct strength 300 mg of Ibertasan, pill only marked Teva. Half the weight of original pill of Avapro. ## Hi Helga, Have you already tried calling the pharmacy that filled your prescription? That is probably the quickest way to determine if they messed up on your script. Since the only imprint is "Teva", I can't narrow down my search on this specific pill; being that there are multiple pills that have a Teva marking. I would however suggest contacting the manufacturer directly (via the link below), if you are unable to get a-hold of the pharmacy that filled your prescription: I hope this advice helps! ...
Updated 5 years ago in Avapro.
Tue, Jul 31 '12, 12:44 PM
tevau toxic medication cocaine and heroin found in many prescribed medications
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Tevau is Teva University and substandard non FDA approved pharmaceuticals pharmacists are dispensing, a few have gotten myself and Parents, and some friends very ill. Essentially built on tired pyramid and extortion/blackmail schemes. Where are the defamatory slanderous ads for men's rehab? Do you add the grief and torture and sickness you caused from dispensing placebo like medication then labeling someone an addict because more is needed? Medical necessity, physical dependence and addiction are quite different. I proudly take Adderal because I actually have ADHD. Why do your group members and founder take it so much who do not need it? Never tamper with medical records either techies. Especially when we have the originals and Truths. Cease hijacking phone and devices phony hypocri... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cocaine.
Tue, Sep 22 '15, 11:55 AM

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