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Can I Take Painkillers With Duromine
Extremely common.: Back pain is one of the most common symptoms leading people to see a physician. If is mild to moderate, see if a topical anesthetic (OTC), stretching, rest, and a bit of time will take care of it; if you can not tolerate the pain, perhaps try acetaminophen or ibuprofen OTC as long as you tolerate these meds. If severe or persistent, visit the doctor. ...Read more
Loaded question: Why would you take them if you don't need them? All medicines have side-effects, some of them lethal. Taking a medicine for no reason isn't smart at all. NSAIDs can cause problems like stomach ulcers & kidney failure. Narcotics can cause respiratory depression and death.Tylenol (acetaminophen) can cause liver failure-and death. Don't use medicines you don't need. Period. ...Read more
Is it ok to take painkillers if I am on pronololo 80mg slow realese for aniexty? Everyday I take 1?
Consult with doctor:
You are under the care of a physician who has prescibed you medications. The physician needs to monitor you if you are going to take additional meds, something that no one can do over the internet. Please discuss your needs with your physician and treat the cause of the pain rather than the symptoms.
Feel better soon... ...Read more
It's a moot issue: ...since I don't recommend Duramine except to kick start weight loss. Even then, I personally don't prescribe it. It can be used for only a short time & has many potentially serious side effects. IMHO, the only way to achieve significant, sustained wt. Loss is by a life long change in eating & exercise habits. Of course, in your case, the right dose of thyroid hormone is also critical. ...Read more
Pain killers: Pain killers are used for different painful conditions. Most pain killers are used as needed. It is not uncommon for people to use pain killers for long period of time for persistent painful conditions. You should consult your doctor to discuss your concern. ...Read more
Can I take Nexium (esomeprazole) and duromine 15mg together? Is duromine generally safe? (Ive read some horror stories on the net and now im not sure)
Should be okay.: There are no reported interactions between Nexium (esomeprazole) and Duromine (phentermine.) Regarding the safety of Duromine, it is usually a safe drug, when supervised under the care of a physician. Any medicine can have side effects, and a few of the rare side effects of Duromine can be severe, so be sure to follow your doctor's advice. Good luck. ...Read more
Typically: Tylenol (acetaminophen) (2 tabs every 4 hours) or advil (2 tabs every 4 hours) should give you relief. Also use a desensitizing toothpaste (sensodyne, colgate pro relief) and leave the toothpaste on your teeth for at least 30 minutes prior to rinsing. Also stay away from acidic liquids and foods and cold liquids and foods. ...Read more
It could: You need to have a discussion with a doctor about this. They will need to know a detailed medical history, give you an exam, and then discuss the risks and potential benefits of painkiller use. Set aside at least 30 minutes to spend with a doctor you trust. ...Read more
Depends a bit on dose with more symptoms the more drug amount you normally take and....
pain, diarrhea, shakes, nausea, vomiting, and cravings. Lasts for a week tops except for the cravings and somewhat the pain (assuming there was an underlying pain condition, that pain will come back and a bit worse after stopping pain medication). ...Read more
Yes: There are no drug-drug interactions listed for fluoxetine & phentermine; however Phentermine can elevate bp, exacerbate glaucoma, cause agitation & should be used with caution if use caffeine or allergy meds w/ decongestant. Fluoxetine also tends to stimulate after one has been using it a while. So added potential for aggitation. Ask doc if have further questions. ...Read more
Pain killers: Pain killers are used for different painful conditions. Most pain killers are used as needed. It is not uncommon for people to use pain killers for long period of time for persistent painful conditions. ...Read more
Yes: In fact, it is better to take some pain medicine on a schedule, not dependent on your pain level. These are "as needed" medicine & is only to be taken when needed. The length of time a medicine will work is generally the length of till the next dose. So every eight hours means the medicine should last at least 8 hours. ...Read more
Not while exercising: The only patients I had take pain meds b 4 exercise were severely osteoporotic, and they needed coverage 2 allow the 2 start a walking program, once they got going their bones gained mass & were no longer in need. Also after rotator cuff repair I had them take b 4 pt so they could tolerate the passive motion early on. ...Read more
I fell downstairs and landed on my back, and now it's very painful, I struggle to bend and stand up, what effective painkiller should I take?
Back trauma: You want to make sure that there is nothing surgical going on your back. While it is entirely possible that all you have is a muscle strain and bruising there is no way to know for sure without having a thorough examination. If you are having pain which is traveling and your legs or if you have had loss of control of bowel or bladder function you need to be evaluated immediately. ...Read more
I recently found duromine is what's been making me sick. Is there something else I can take that will work just as well? 109kg & 20K cup bra (au size)
Weight: There is nothing similar to duromine and without knowing more about your being sick, it's hard to find out more. More info please. ...Read more
It could be one: There is no one answer here. If you took any because you are trying to harm yourself, call 911 or a suicide hot line now. If asking for a friend, get them help immediately. Depending on what they took, not just how many, and what other medications they are on, one pill could be deadly. This question really worries me - sounds like someone needs serious help soon......get help NOW! ...Read more
AB's/Painkillers: As prescribed, yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Headaches: Headaches are a known side effect of opioid pain killers. Some less than others. ...Read more
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