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Will chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) interact with other medications?

Will chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) interact with other medications?

306 interactions: There are 306 drugs that are known to interact with chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate). Use this to check if any of the medications you're taking interact with chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate): http://www.Drugs.Com/drug-interactions/chloramphenicol, chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate).Html. ...Read more

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Any chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) interactions?

Any chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) interactions?

306 interactions: There are 306 drugs that are known to interact with chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate). There are 3 disease interactions with chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) (chloramphenicol) which include: colitis, bone marrow suppression , renal/liver disease. Use this to check for interactions with chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate): http://www.Drugs.Com/drug-interactions/chloramphenicol, chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate).Html. ...Read more

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Can i drink chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) for a gum abcess?

Can i drink chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) for a gum abcess?

No: Before you take any medication first you need to see a dentist to see if is a gum problem or a tooth that is infected so that the dentist can determine what is wrong and prescribe the right medication and perform the right treatment. ...Read more

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How effective is chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) to numb gums?

How effective is chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) to numb gums?

Not effective: Chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) is also known as chloramphenicol, which is an antibiotic that is given intravenously. This drug is given to treat bacterial infections, not to numb or anesthetize gums. If you want to numb your gums & i don't know for what reason, you can use otc orajel or ambesol. http://www.pharmacytimes.com/publications/issue/2010/september2010/oralpain-0910. ...Read more

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How effective is chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) to numb up gums?

How effective is chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) to numb up gums?

Not effective: Chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) is also known as chloramphenicol, which is an antibiotic that is given intravenously. This drug is given to treat bacterial infections, not to numb or anesthetize gums. If you want to numb your gums & i don't know for what reason, you can use otc orajel or ambesol. http://www.pharmacytimes.com/publications/issue/2010/september2010/oralpain-0910. ...Read more

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Can I use chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) ear drops in my eyes?

Can I use chloromycetin (chloramphenicol sodium succinate) ear drops in my eyes?

I would not: There are differences in formulations (ph, etc) in drops for eyes and ears that allow for them not to burn, sting or cause irritation in the area they are applied. Please check with your prescribing physician before applying a medication to an area that it was not prescribed for. ...Read more

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Found 2 medications that take away my mystery chronic body pain the day after taking them. doxylamine succinate And diazepam, what could pain cause be?

Found 2 medications that take away my mystery chronic body pain the day after taking them. doxylamine succinate And diazepam, what could pain cause be?

Take a deep breath: Some good news and some that can be difficult. The good news: You've found things that work, there's nothing seriously wrong or likely to worsen. The hard stuff is that you're suffering from tension/anxiety. The antihistamine helps you get better rest which can help neck and eye pain but can make you groggy. The Valium calms you but is best for specific stressful events. Find CBT therapy for help. ...Read more

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Can switching medication, metropolol tartrate to succinate, cause dizziness and fatigue; if it does will it last for a couple of days?

Can switching medication, metropolol tartrate to succinate, cause dizziness and fatigue; if it does will it last for a couple of days?

It's dose dependent: The difference between the tartrate and succinate formulation is the half-life (how long the medicine is active in your blood stream). Milligram for milligram, they're equivalent: e.g. 50 mg of met tart 2x a day is the same as 100 mg of met succ once a day. If your overall dose is increased, you could experience fatigue and dizziness till you get used to the new dose. Be sure your BP isn't too low. ...Read more

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I just noticed some hair loss on far head very little. Could this be from medications? I am taking metoprolol succinate. Been on it for 14 months.

I just noticed some hair loss on far head very little. Could this be from medications? I am taking metoprolol succinate. Been on it for   14 months.

Not likely : Angela, while any side effect can theoretically happen with any drug, hair loss is not a common side effect of metoprolol. One thing you may want to check is to make sure your thyroid levels are normal as that can impact both blood pressure and hair growth. I'd suggest a call to your primary care provider ...Read more

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Could doxylamine succinate (Equate Sleep Aid) create a false positive on a hair drug screen?

Could doxylamine succinate (Equate Sleep Aid) create a false positive on a hair drug screen?

No: there are virtually no false positives in hair testing, since it is done with GC/MS or other comparable sophisticated confirmatory tests. Doxylamine can cause false positives tests for Methadone and PCP on screening tests, but NOT on the confirmatory tests. ...Read more

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How effective is the management of urethritis using chloramphenicol?

How effective is the management of urethritis using chloramphenicol?

See answer: Though Chloramphenicol has been used for the treatment of gonorrhea over 40-50 yrs ago and perhaps even on a more limited basis in under-developed countries more recently; due to increasing resistance, safety concerns, and more effective antibiotics available nowadays, Chloramphenicol is no longer a first-line agent for any indication or infection or std in developed nations today. ...Read more

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Can you get chloramphenicol ointment only as perscription?

Can you get chloramphenicol ointment only as perscription?

Yes but why: There is a small but measurable risk of irreversible aplastic anemia from Chloramphenicol eye ointment and almost all conjunctivitis cases are not helped by any antibacterial rx. ...Read more

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Help can chloramphenicol have hydrogen bonding?

Help can chloramphenicol have hydrogen bonding?

Chloramphenicol: Chloramphenicol is something of a dangerous drug, and I don't recommend using it, except in extreme cases. If you are using it, it should be under the guidance of an Infectious Diseases specialist. It is very lipid-soluble, remaining relatively unbound to proteins. Thus, it has minimal hydrogen bonding if that's what you really want to know. Hopefully you can get more information from your doctor. ...Read more

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Is it a good idea to be dying your acnes with chloramphenicol?

Is it a good idea to be dying your acnes with chloramphenicol?

Get real care: An antibiotic should never be sole treatment for acne. If topical benzoyl peroxide has not cleared you in two weeks, your physician is the best person to see. Perhaps topical Clindamycin would be a better choice for a second Rx. ...Read more

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Why are ppi and chloramphenicol are given to a patient with cholecystitis?

Why are ppi and chloramphenicol are given to a patient with cholecystitis?

Unknown: Chloramphenicol is an antibiotic and cholecystitis is an infected gallbladder so antibiotic treatment is reasonable before/after surgery. This is a very unusual choice of antibiotic as this drug is not typically used much anymore. You would have to ask the prescriber. Ppis decrease acid and may have some symptomatic benefit but again have no direct effect on outcomes with cholecystitis. ...Read more