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For bladdet spasms, can I take myrbetriq in the am and uribel in the pm?

Bladder spasm: Myrbetriq is a 24 hour medication. Try it by itself first and see if it improves your symptoms. If not talk to your doctor. ...Read more

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Can you take Dexilant (dexlansoprazole) and uribel at the same time?

Can you take Dexilant (dexlansoprazole) and uribel at the same time?

Yes you can: Separate by about 1 hour and take with plenty of water. Uribel is to treat painful/irritating symptoms due to urinary tract infection, it helps kill bacteria and reduce pain and inflammation/reduces muscle spasms. Dexilant (dexlansoprazole) for treating acid reflux. Side effects include nausea, vomiting. Feel better soon. Take care. ...Read more

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Can you take zantac (ranitidine) while taking uribel? I know it says not to take antacids like tums, Mylanta as it will interfere. How Is zantac (ranitidine) different?

Can you take zantac (ranitidine) while taking uribel? I know it says not to take antacids like tums, Mylanta as it will interfere. How Is zantac (ranitidine) different?

Absorption: Zantac (ranitidine) doesn't physically interfere with the absorption of tablets or pills whereas antacids can as they coat the stomach lining. This interference is most marked if you take tablets just before or soon after taking the antacid. ...Read more

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Need to take uribel once daily for severe IC but it causes upper gut bloat and burn. What can I take to prevent gastritis issues while taking uribel?

Need to take uribel once daily for severe IC but it causes upper gut bloat and burn. What can I take to prevent gastritis issues while taking uribel?

Stop uribel: First stop uribel and see whether your upper GI symptoms go away. It may be unrelated. Vit C and Augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) could also be contributing to the problem.

second, you should consult with a urologist or urogynecologist for further evaluation and other possible treatments of your IC.

hope this helps

Dr. Morse ...Read more

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What can I do to manage pain? I was prescribed Uribel. Is there a more affordable option?

What can I do to manage pain? I was prescribed Uribel. Is there a more affordable option?

Azo or Pyridium-UTI: Get checked for infection and switch to Pyridium (phenazopyridine)or OTC AZO. You may need a GYN exam and testing for UTI and/or STD. ...Read more

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Can uribel tablets cause headaches?

Can uribel tablets cause headaches?

Possible: It is known to cause dizziness and visual disturbances. Could also be causing headaches. If you are getting headaches ever since starting the medication, I would probably discontinue and ask your pcp for an alternative. ...Read more

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What are some of the side effects of uribel?

What are some of the side effects of uribel?

They may be...: ... nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, constipation, blurred vision, etc. Known to us, any well-tested drug always has some side effects to few, which can not be predicted by doc. So, always use drug with caution; if something severe or unbearable, seek evaluation right away. For more general info fro drug use & side effects, go to http://www. Formefirst. Com/NewDrugUse. Html. Best wish... ...Read more

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I was wondering what are the side effects of uribel?

I was wondering what are the side effects of uribel?

Here are some...: Uribel contains at least 4 active ingredients with different effects to help ease irritating voiding symptoms and suppress UTI. So, it's hard to detail their side effects in a 400-letter space so please go to http://www. Drugs. Com/pro/uribel. Html. I hope you may find the answer to your question. ...Read more

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Which drug likely to cause skin eruption (3bumps on leg size of pencil eraser) uribel (taking as needed and 150mg Neurontin (gabapentin) 1x day for 9 months now?

Which drug likely to cause skin eruption (3bumps on leg size of pencil eraser) uribel (taking as needed and 150mg Neurontin (gabapentin) 1x day for 9 months now?

Uribel & Gabapentin: Gabapentin would be more of the culprit than uribel though skin reactions are still much less common in general with gabapentin. Your skin eruptions are so very localized. I would expect to gabapentin to have caused a more diffuse skin reaction. Skin biopsy will give you more clarity. I would be surprised if your biopsy shows a direct link to gabapentin since you've been on it for 9 months. ...Read more

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Taking uribel for severe Interstitial Cystitis pain. Eyes feel some pain, tired like something in them. Is this a serious side effect? It help bladder.

Drying agent: Uribel has a number of components. One of the components causes significant loss of saliva tears and other secretions. If you truly have interstitial cystitis, there may be other regimens that a urologist could recommend ...Read more

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Who should not take mht?

Who should not take mht?

See below: Meopausal women with certain conditions including: heart disease, breast, ovarian or uterin cancer, liver disease, unexplained uterine bleeding or blood clots in the lungs or legs. Also don't take if you are pregnant. ...Read more

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How much b-12 should I take?

How much b-12 should I take?

B12: Generally B12 can be taken daily by mouth or IM monthly. The dose is 1000 mcg for both. All the best. ...Read more

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Who should not take Terbinex?

Terbinex: See: http://www. Drugs. Com/pro/terbinex. Html

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Who should not take Serviflox?

Who should not take Serviflox?

Serviflox: "It is contraindicated in-patients who are hypersensitive to Ciprofloxacin or other drugs from the same class of quinolones or gyrase inhibitors. Also in-patients who are suffering from seizures (epileptics) and patients with other existing damage to the central nervous system." See: http://www. Epharmapedia. Com/medicine/profile/180887/Serviflox. Html? Lang=en&tab=druginfo ...Read more

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How to take care of a goiater?

See Dr.: Goiters need to be evaluated by an endocrinologist to be properly evluated and the proper treatment follows after the proper diagnosis on the exact nature and type of the goiter. ...Read more

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Who should not take Baycadron?

Who should not take Baycadron?

Baycadron: "Systemic fungal infections.Hypersensitivity to this product" See: http://www. Drugs. Com/pro/baycadron. Html ...Read more

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Safest pills to take for pain?

No such pill: Each medication has its own side effects. Recently fda put out a warning on Acetaminophen causing skin complications.
Historically, Acetaminophen unless contraindicated has been deemed to be the safest option. ...Read more

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Should I take my son to th ed?

Should I take my son to th ed?

Have no clue: To benefit the most from this site, you provide background information and ask a related question. The questions go out to the site at random and are never linked. Docs volunteer their time to answer & any minor cost for wordy questions covers site upkeep. Since you provided no background information at all, your question cannot be answered. ...Read more

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When should I take my metropol?

When should I take my metropol?

Metoprolol?: I think you mean metoprolol. I use chronotherapy as part of my practice. If you look at bad events like stroke or heart attack, they happen most between 4am and 8am. If you take medicine at 7am its effect occurs at 11 am or so and wanes by about 4 am. So for certain meds without water pill, I tell my patients to take them at night so peak effect is when it is most needed, even long acting. ...Read more

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Who should not take Dabrafenib?

Dabrafenib: No contraindications were noted per Daily med.
See: http://dailymed. Nlm. Nih. Gov/dailymed/drugInfo. Cfm? Setid=803beaaa-33f9-48cc-9a95-c2e887e095b4 ...Read more

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Who should take extravitamin c?

Who should take extravitamin c?

Save your money: The minimum daily requirements for vitamins are set quite high to allow for individual variation. A few people have kinks in the vitamin E or folate or biotin metabolism and need to take large doses; not so for vitamin c. Anything like a reasonable diet with a modest amount of citrus fruit, or a dirt-cheap daily multiple vitamin, guarantees you'll have enough vitamin c. ...Read more

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What can I take for consipation?

What can I take for consipation?

Constipation: First, if you've not had a colonoscopy, it's time to consider it given your age. I recommend increasing fluid intake to no less than 2 quarts a day. Fiber such as metamucil or citrucel with a glass of water should be helpful. Miralax (polyethylene glycol) once daily can do it. If those measure don't work, it would be time to see a doc. ...Read more

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Who is eligible to take Longinexx?

Who is eligible to take Longinexx?

Longinexx: Please don't spent money on products to increase your penis size. ...Read more

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I take lipitol, can I take fishoil?

I take lipitol, can I take fishoil?

Yes, you can: Lipitor (atorvastatin) and fish oil is safe combo. Fish oil can be obtained from eating fish or by taking supplements. Also it is very important to continue to follow your doctor's advice about diet and exercise.
Good luck. ...Read more

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Safest medication to take for pain?

ASPRIN: Actually no one has decided on 'safest'. Asprin has been around since before you were born and unless you take too much (yes, too much of anything isn't good) most people are okay with it. If the pain it too severe for asprin you need to know what causes it. Good diagnosis is called for. See the dr. ...Read more

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Can I take baclefan for deppresian?

Can I take baclefan for deppresian?

No: Baclofen is a muscle relaxant used for treating muscle spasms. It is not a medication for depression. Consult a psychiatrist ...Read more

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I want to take sex but I cant. Why?

I want to take sex but I cant. Why?

No one could answer: This question, M, without a lot more information. Sorry you are having the problem. You really should see a counselor or a physician with whom you can discuss everything openly. Good luck to you! ...Read more

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How often we should take Albendazol?

How often we should take Albendazol?

Depends on the Dx: Albendazole is an anti-parasitic medication given in variable doses and durations depending on the diagnosis. A very potent medicine NOT to be taken without an MD supervising your health with lab tests, incl. CBC and LFT (blood and liver) testing, PRIOR TO starting this Rx medication. See your doctor! ...Read more

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What age must you be to take lekuemia?

What age must you be to take lekuemia?

Any age: Some forms of leukemia are more common around particular ages, but no one is immune. People may even be born with it, though this is uncommon. ...Read more

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Can I take corrector that exp in 2005?

Can I take corrector that exp in 2005?

No.: You might be safe to take something in the year that it expires, but I would toss out any product that is even a year past its expiration date. I worry about changes to the chemistry of products more than a year after their expiration. For this stuff from 12 yrs ago, take it & any any other expired meds to your city medication disposal unit (your Family Doc, the Health Dept, or the police). ...Read more

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Which medicine should I take for pain?

See below: I need a better description of the pain. The casue of the pain needs elucidation and then there a a variety of pain pills starting with Aspirin and working up to narcotics what you need dpends on the type of pain and the severity of the pain. ...Read more

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How to gain weights? What vit. To take?

How to gain weights? What vit. To take?

Take charge of life: Every doc here probably agrees -- pills aren't the key. Find a fitness activity that you enjoy and a group of people that you like and who'll do it with you. Push yourself and you'll win their respect and friendship. They'll guide you and you'll enjoy this more than greasy / sugary / salty food. Your brain will reset from hard exercise and guide you reliably about eating right for your body. ...Read more

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What happens if I don't take my medicine?

What happens if I don't take my medicine?

Depends: It all depends on what the medication is for. It may cause worsening of the disease, exacerbation of other diseases, infection, change in function/energy/mental state, organ damage (e.g. Heart attack), or death. If you're on a med, don't stop it without clear instructions from your doctor. Some meds cannot be stopped abruptly due to side effects, sometimes serious. ...Read more

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Instead of Crevast10, Can I take Aztor10?

Instead of Crevast10, Can I take Aztor10?

Check with your doc: They are two different lipid lowering drugs. Your doc picked Crevast10 for a reason. So ask if it okay to switch before you do. ...Read more