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Hiivpos, cocci titer 1:16, CMV pos, on intelence, prezista, (darunavir) norvir, emtriva for hiv, 800mg voriconazole for cocci, cymbalta for pain.Prognosis?
Apart from adolf hitler and radovan karadzic what other genocidal war criminals are into quackery?
TOPAMaX (topiramate) 25 Q.O.D. RE-TRIGGER EPISODE SEVERE CLINICAL DEPRESSION IN COMBO W/ PAXIL60,CYMBALTA60, DEPAKOTE 1000, PTSD, &OTHERSTRESS&PCOS% PAINFL OVULTN?
Dr. Donald, interaction between cymbalta (duloxetine) and ritalin, fda has reported on life threatening drug interactions? Http://tinyurl.Com/kkctn5n regards.
Cymbalta (duloxetine) and Ritalin: I checked your site and nothing came up. Please recheck spelling, so i went to the following site. Please realize that these are percentages based only on the total number of drug reactions reported to the fda. There are also concomitant medical conditions and other medications that are in use. www.ehealthme.com/drug-interactions/cymbalta-and-ritalin-la please get back to me on this. Since these are not proven interactions, they do not show up in the drug drug interaction literature per se.I have used this combination many times without difficulties. ...Read more
Cymbalta (duloxetine) 60mg..Coerg 6.25 total daily.Does cymbalta (duloxetine) raise coreg levels.And vice versa..What are interactions..Can they be taken together or spaced out?
Yes, they interact: Using Carvedilol together with duloxetine can increase the effects of either medication. If your doctor prescribes these medications together, you may need a dose adjustment or special tests to safely take both medications. www.drugs.com. The special tests would include liver isoenzymes for the cyp2d6 isoenzyme. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In 05 diagnosed w/hypomania bipolar - topamax (topiramate) 400mg wellbutrin ER 150 nuvigil 250 mg klonopin .5 mg. Long term effects of these meds?
Too many: Too many for me to list. You need to ask for printouts from your pharmacist. ...Read more
Ex-27wk, trach, bpd, 7yo. Meds: duoneb bid, Pulmicort 0.5 bid, hypersol 5% bid, singulair, (montelukast) vestpt 20min bid. Reason4 new atelectasis? Maybe doin biops
Permanent airway...: First, congrats on making to age 7 a preemie who has obviously had a rough time of it. Child is on great meds and therap. However, despite all of these, your child likely has permanent and possibly irreversible changes in his airways that all the meds in the world are not going to change. You optimize what he has left and work with that. New atelectasis likely mucous plugging in inflexible airways. ...Read more
Im on Zoloft Buspar ativan lipidil ez Risperdal do lyrica (pregabalin) make any introduction with lyrica (pregabalin)?
If you are asking: about possible drug interactions- yes, Lyrica (pregabalin) may have moderate interactions will zoloft, buspar, risperidal and ativan. There are no reported drug interactions with lipidil EZ. That does not mean that the drugs shouldn't be used together but I do hope that your medications are being managed by a psychiatrist with this complexity. ...Read more
For panic disorder w/ agoraphobia & gad. Currently take xanax (alprazolam). Cannot tolerate ssris, gabbapentin or lamotragine. Is there anything else?
Yes: Yes, for medications there are still tricyclics like Pamelor (nortriptyline) and desipramine; also maoi's. There is always psychotherapy, a cornerstone of treatment for the conditions you're suffering. Plus i've found helpful results with classical homeopathy, especially when people are very sensitive to pharmaceuticals. Acupuncture offers promise also. All of these require well-trained practitioners. ...Read more
Can i substitute Propranalol 40mg with derivative Betalol 40mg (Reg.No 120/32)Berlin Pharmaceutical Industry Co Ltd Thailand as10mg Prop is sold here?
Maybe: I would discuss this further with your doctor who is likely more familiar with these formulations. ...Read more
Are there any known interactions between risperidone, benztropine mes., vistaril, (hydroxyzine) cephalexin, and marijuana for someone who has neuro-lyme disease?
Sedation: Neuro lyme disease can cause confusion, memory problems, fatigue, weakness and even seizures. The risperdal, vistaril (hydroxyzine), (hydroxyzine) benztropine ; cannabis can be sedating. U may not need both vistaril (hydroxyzine) ; benztropine if u r being treated for a psychiatric condition. Have u received IV antibiotic tx for the lyme disease? It would be better to stop smoking the marijuana. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am taking daily, Epilim 800mg, Zoloft 200mg, lyrica 150mg, symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) turbuhaler, zoely.Are these all ok together?Im trying to control of many issues.
Yes: They may all be taken together.Get a more detailed answer ›
1/2 soma, melatonin, mobic (meloxicam) & Mucinex taken at bedtime. Have sleep apnea controlled w/ cpap, fibro. Having dreams so vivid I confuse them w/ reality!?
Alcohol?: What you are describing happens when you wake up from rem sleep. Melatonin has nothing to do with it, it is not an fda approved medication, and I am not sure why you are taking it. None of the medications you listed is expected to cause vivid dreams. Alcohol, and certain sleeping pills could do that. Recovering from sleep deprivation (long work nights) can precipitate it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've read horror stories on chlorpromazine (tardive dyskinesia, chemical lobotomy, death). How likely are those serious side effects on 12.5 - 25mg?
Perplexed: Why are you to take a phenothiazine in this day and age, as the use of this class, other than Haldol and Compazine (prochlorperazine) is almost non-existent currently? Low dosing does mitigate risk and side effects, but most of my colleagues would be loathe to use these ancient meds, and select more modern, more effective, and safer agents. Will refer this to my psychiatric colleagues, also. ...Read more
Flupenthixol: This is a Psychotropic medication in group of Neuroleptics similar to Navane (thiothixene). It is used less nowadays in the USA due to its side-effects resulting from locking Dopamine in your body. Consult your doctor to review medication & alternatives to treat depression. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can fluconozole @ 150 mg weekly x 4 cure tinea pedis/ tinea corpeus that has been resistant to topical treatment?
Possible: That is why the DR gave you the RX. Take the full dose for the full treatment time and you will have your answer. ...Read more
Day 4/7 1000mg Cipro (cipro (ciprofloxacin)floxacin) for epidydimitis. Read some horror stories of neuropathy/tendonitis from cipro (ciprofloxacin) - should I worry? warning signs? Exercise?
No exercise.: Cipro (ciprofloxacin) interferes with human DNA gyrase in maintaining tendon integrity and potentially rupture a tendon.As a matter of interest this occurs more in animals,like dogs.I would wait 3 weeks after completion of antibiotic therapy to help any weakened tendons to strengthen.Then you can be unleashed!(to exercise). believe the neuropathy comes from a different mechanism. ...Read more
4/13 -mrsa infection on face, given i/m rucephin at clinic - dr prescription doxycycline -after 4 days - intense diarrhea, dr stopped rx, MRSA cleared-now acute epididymitis, no STD activity/ relation to mrsa?
(Allegra, ortho tri-cyclen, Cymbalta)-GP prescribed.
(Baclofen, Carb/Levo, & Adderall)-added by Neurologist. Interact. b/w meds to cause hypnic jerks?
Reconciliation: If different doctors all use electronic medical records, and they perform "medication reconciliation" at each visit so that they all know what doctor prescribed which medication, likelihood is high that the systems alerts of any potential problems with the medications. The Affordable Care Act (=Obamacare) mandates medication reconciliation. ...Read more
I've read in healthtap about tecfidera, gilenya (fingolimod) and tisabry MS treatments. What's your opinion about interferon treatment (using rebif 44mg)?
Not first choice: Look, we are in a new age of treatment, and need to acknowledge that the older injectables were great to use, but the drugs you listed are far more effective, and avoid needles (except tysabri, (natalizumab) one infusion monthly) yet, risks are present with all three, and in comparison with rebif, absence of long-term safety data. If you are doing well, could stay on current med, but change if MRI is active. ...Read more