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Can You Get Meds On This Site
Not easy: Though we have much info on "meth' and similar drugs, it often goes back to the individual's personal addictive personality. This may be an issue for cognitive behavioral therapy. Please look into it. ...Read more
How long is c diffcile contagious after you get on meds? Should I cancel next week, s dinner for my family? Thanks
Enjoy your dinner: Clostridium difficile is acquired by ingesting the spore form of the organism. These spores form from the bacteria in stool. If you've been treated and are continent of stool you are not considered contageous. Even if you are colonized with c. Difficile unless you take antibiotics there is little risk of your getting ill. ...Read more
Took statin drugs 9 years side effects made me stop the drug will the 9 years I was on statins be a credit when I get into my 70s and 80's?
Cholesterol karma: Lets start by saying statins simply control a risk factor (hypercholesterolemia). There is no evidence that they extend your life. The more important question would be, what are your current risk factors? Are you eating right? Exercising? What's your bmi. What's your blood pressure? What's your cholesterol now? Talk to your doc. They can assess your risks and set you on the right course if action. ...Read more
HealthTap Rx: By requesting a personal consult, a physician of your choice will be able to speak with you, review your records and possibly prescribe medications. Controlled substances and lifestyle enhancing drugs, including those for weight loss and erectile dysfunction, are not available through this online service. ...Read more
Likely nothing: The first sign of overdose may be death- no other warning. This is true if we are talking about opioids, sedatives and perhaps alcohol. If we are talking about Cocaine or other stimulants- it may be anxiety, palpitations, seizures, tremors and than perhaps death. However, these symptoms can be seen in sensitive individuals even with very low exposures. ...Read more
Yes and no:
Generally physicians considered experts in their field are paid for lectures, research, etc.
This does not necessarily label then as "company people" since their lectures are supposed to be devoid of bias. ...Read more
You don't: It passes on it's own sweet time. ...Read more
See your doctor: Talk to your doctor. He/she can prescribe medications that can treat the symptoms or withdraw that will occur. Great decision! ...Read more
It can: The body naturally tries to fill in areas as much as possible. Not to worry. If it causes problems please see your dentist. ...Read more
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This article has some creative and good ideas.
I hope it helps.
http://www. Parents. Com/toddlers-preschoolers/health/sick-toddler/cleverly-help-medicine-go-down/ ...Read more
Codeine: Codeine is a controlled substance. It is in many medications by prescription only. Please contact your doctors to discuss it further. ...Read more
Many such sources:
Drug information is easily available. You can Google it and find many websites from National organizations that deal with physician Membership.
FDA provides most unbiased information and this too is available on Google search. Ask for Prescribing information about the Drug of interest and this would give all useful information about effectiveness, safety and dosage recommendations. ...Read more
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Can't: Testing has become progressively more sophisticated -so that you can't trick the test. ...Read more
You are out of luck: None of the old tricks work anymore as testing has become much more sophisticated. ...Read more
Inhalation: The nose has a very rich blood supply, when a substance like Cocaine is snorted, its delivery to the system is almost as fast as IV or smoking. It goes quickly to the brain, producing its typical effects. ...Read more
ADD/ADHD: Medications for add/adhd can help focus and improve your attention in class, and with activities, etc. As far as comprehending what you are reading, that depends on your education and intellectual ability to learn. Best wishes. ...Read more
Ex-addict: Life style changes and maintaining healthy support system. ...Read more
CVS or Walgreens: Have your Rx filled at National chain. They have your records and will refill then usually no cost in times of disaster. ...Read more
Call doc: Most doctor offices will be very understanding of this situation and will gladly refill your scripts ...Read more
Yes!!!: Hydrocodone is a narcotic painkiller and is related to morphine, heroin and codeine. Very addictive in those using it daily for long periods of time (can happen in a few weeks). However, if you need a strong painkiller after surgery or dental work for a few days it is ok. Often narcotics have several effects: fatigue, confusion, unable to think or drive well, nausea and constipation. ...Read more
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