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What is spironolact used for and what is the said afate?

What is spironolact used for and what is the said afate?

Most common...: Mos common uses for spironolactone are: blood pressure control, congestive heart failure, liver congestion due to cirrhosis, hirsutism (dark hairs on unusual areas), edema (swelling). Common side effects:high potassium an other electrolytes imbalances, dizziness, allergic reaction, itchiness, cardiac arrhythmias, rash, itching, gastritis, low platelets and other blood cell changes. ...Read more

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What is avalox?

What is avalox?

Antibiotic: Avelox (moxifloxacin) is an antibiotic in the fluoroquinolone family that is commonly used to treat bacteria causing pneumonia, skin, sinus, and abdominal infections. ...Read more

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Does adapexs help you ovulate?

Does adapexs help you ovulate?

Indirectly: Not directly, no - but if it helps you lose weight successfully it could improve normal ovulation as well. ...Read more

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White spot avter a sunburn normal?

White spot avter a sunburn normal?

It can happen: Keep the sun off it if you don't want to turn brown ...Read more

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On Long term anarex, will it affect the sperm? What is the Long term side effects?

On Long term anarex, will it affect the sperm? What is the Long term side effects?

Anarex seems to be: A combination pain killer and muscle relaxant available, largely, outside the US. The component most likely to cause side effects is the muscle relaxant, orphenadrine. Typical reported side effects include dry mouth, restlessness, insomnia, even urinary retention, but I don't find any cautions about sperm production or ejaculation. Doubt you should be taking daily, though. Good wishes:) ...Read more

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Can you take adapex with bupropion?

Can you take adapex with bupropion?

Increased risks: Combining Wellbutrin (bupropion) with Adipex-P (phentermine) can increase risk for seizures. ...Read more

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How long does it take for the swelling from an abscess abate when taking penicillen?

How long does it take for the swelling from an abscess abate when taking penicillen?

Usually 2-3d, but...: Not all infections will respond to penicillin or antibiotics. 2 reasons come to mind. 1) poor blood supply to the abscess and no blood supply to the tooth supplying the infection. 2) some bacteria are resistant. If non reponsive to the medicine, others can be added to increase effectiveness. Ultimately, you shouldn't rely on the antibiotics but should instead have it treated endodontically. ...Read more

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What can cause someone to be unable to see in 3d (for example with 3d glasses at avatar)?

What can cause someone to be unable to see in 3d (for example with 3d glasses at avatar)?

Lack of depth sight: If you have lowered vision in one eye, poor focus in both eyes, or amblyopia (lowered vision in one eye from childhood), then you will lack stereoacuity and 3-d movies and books will have lowered to absent depth effect. ...Read more

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I have pain BETWEEN 2 vertebra in my lower back. If I press hard it abates somewhat. I notice it most when I first lie down. Any idea what this is?

I have pain BETWEEN 2 vertebra in my lower back. If I press hard it abates somewhat. I notice it most when I first lie down. Any idea what this is?

Many possibilites: You really need to see your doctor to sort out the cause of this pain. It could be something simple like muscle spasm or muscle strain. It could also be something more serious like disc disease or a vertebral compression fracture. Please see your doctor for an exam and possibly some further testing. ...Read more

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Is baclofen safer than anarex (painkiller+orphenadine)?

Is baclofen safer than anarex (painkiller+orphenadine)?

Anarex vs Baclofen: Orphenadrine is a centrally acting muscle relaxant.
Baclofen is a GABA agonist that is classified as a centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant and antispastic medication.
Based on reports from the FDA and social media Baclofen is more effective, but has more side effects. ...Read more

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Is baclofen safer than anarex (painkiller + orphenadine)?

Is baclofen safer than anarex (painkiller + orphenadine)?

Baclofen VS Anarex: There is no such thing as "safer" medication, only those that work and don't work, based on the patient's individual circumstances and genetics. ...Read more

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Is anyone familiar with the drug avonex (interferon beta 1a)?

Is anyone familiar with the drug avonex (interferon beta 1a)?

Yes!!: Avonex (interferon beta 1a) is a disease modifying drug, a betainterferon 1 a that is given intramuscularly once a week in remitting/relapsing multiple sclerosis for prevention of attacks. ...Read more

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Is the best time to take avonex (interferon beta 1a) in the morning?

Doesn't matter: As far as I know Avonex (interferon beta 1a) must be injected intramuscularly once a week The timing is not important ...Read more

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What is the time it takes for the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal to abate?

What is the time it takes for the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal to abate?

Alcohol withdrawal: This is a very person dependent question. If alcohol was used to mask or treat a depression or anxiety disorder, the perception of withdrawal symptoms can be chronic. If no underlying addictive issues, then withdrawal should be shorter but can depend on length of use of the drug. ...Read more

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Does anyone know how to deal with symptoms of avonex (interferon beta 1a)?

Does anyone know how to deal with symptoms of avonex (interferon beta 1a)?

Yes?!: The most common symptom is a flu like syndrome, usually lessens as you continue the injections antiinflammatoty meds (such as brufen, indocid etc) and in severe cases a dose of steroids help. ...Read more

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How long does it typically take for the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal to abate?

5-7 days: Acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms subside within 5-7 days. However, the prolonged past acute withdrawal symptoms lasts for several weeks and months and the leading cause of relapse. ...Read more

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Hi I have plead skin scars with out scabs they are really deep I also have brown pleed skin scars and I have avage scabs will they heal up?

Hi I have plead skin scars with out scabs they are really deep I also have brown pleed skin scars and I have avage scabs will they heal up?

Please clarify: I apologize, but I do not understand the question. Please restate the question, clarifying what is meant by "plead."

Avage is a brand name for Tazarotene, a treatment for acne. To reduce scarring, is important not to pick at scabs, rather let them fall off naturally. Dark areas from inflammation often get lighter with time, but it can take months, sometimes longer. ...Read more

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Doc, is there an alternative medication to Avalox? I was prescribed to consume 400mg once a day for 5 days. But I have palpitations when I take it. Tnx

Doc, is there an alternative medication to Avalox? I was prescribed to consume 400mg once a day for 5 days. But I have palpitations when I take it. Tnx

Avelox/palpitations: If you are having palpitation call you doctor before you take another dose and let them know There are many antibiotics out there, that you can be switched to without knowing the case no definite recommendations can be made ...Read more

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2 weeks on Zoloft (sertraline) and am told the side effects should start abating. Started on 25mg but bumping up to 50mg soon. Will I go thru side effects again?

2 weeks on Zoloft (sertraline) and am told the side effects should start abating. Started on 25mg but bumping up to 50mg soon. Will I go thru side effects again?

Maybe: Depending on the natural of the side effects, they may or may not abate and may return at a higher dose. If it has been 2 weeks and you still have the same side effects and they have not at least gotten milder, then ask your doctor before increasing your dose. ...Read more

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What is the structure of avonex (interferon beta 1a)? What does it do in the body?

What is the structure of avonex (interferon beta 1a)? What does it do in the body?

Response: Avonex, (interferon beta 1a) a minimally effective interferon, is intended to slow inflammatory cellular invasion of central nervous system in MS. An extremely poor choice these days in presence of 12 more effective drugs. Side effects such as general malaise, flu-like reactions, depression, thyroid issues, liver problems, fatigue and need to inject limit use. If you wish to view structure, visit Wikipedia. ...Read more

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I m having severe stomachache, left side of head pains, feeling of fainting, chakkar aate h nd I started homeopathy but it is not relief my symptoms?

I m having severe stomachache, left side of head pains, feeling of fainting, chakkar aate h nd I started homeopathy but it is not relief my symptoms?

Possible migraines: I believe if homeopathy is not helping your situation and you are having these types of headaches accompanied by GI and fainting like feelings that either you are suffering from migraine headaches or a GI disturbance. I recommend you see a doctor to get some intial testing done and then, get a referral to a specialist if necessary. ...Read more

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I've tried the most advanced antibiotics like avalox (moxifloxacin) & factive, (gemifloxacin) but all ended with no improvement, any other suggestions?

I've tried the most advanced antibiotics like avalox (moxifloxacin) & factive, (gemifloxacin) but all ended with no improvement, any other suggestions?

Let your doctor know: If you have already let your doctor know, then perhaps you should see someone else if your doctor is not confident an answer can be found there. Sometimes a fresh set of eyes can lead to other avenues. ...Read more

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Anyone out there have MS and take avonex (interferon beta 1a)?

Anyone out there have MS and take avonex (interferon beta 1a)?

See answer below: Avonex (interferon beta-1a, im once weekly) is a very common first line therapy for the management of ms. Other common first line agents include copaxone, Rebif and betaseron (interferon beta 1b). ...Read more

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What is the difference between avonex (interferon beta 1a) and copaxone?

What is the difference between avonex (interferon beta 1a) and copaxone?

Two different drugs: Avonex (interferon beta 1a) is betainterferon 1a (like rebif) Copaxone is a copolymer with a different type of action. Rebif is subcutaneous injections 3x per week. Copaxone is daily s/c injection. ...Read more

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what is the avage count for blood sugar my mom came back 6.6 do that mean she have diabetics?

what is the avage count for blood sugar my mom came back 6.6 do that mean she have diabetics?

Diabetes: The test you are referring to is termed "glycosylated hemoglobin". There are different ways to diagnose diabetes and one of the criteria is a glycosylated Hgb level of greater than 6.5. The number above is indicative of a mild case of elevated blood sugar and some practitioners may alternatively call this impaired fasting glucose. ...Read more

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