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Contain Opiate Prescription
Opiate pills: A named list is hundreds of items long. Much too long for this site. Best to google the one you are interested in , or even better, ask the question of whatever medical provider is writing the Rx. ...Read more
Very common: These are among the most prescribed drugs in the world - tylenol (acetaminophen) with codeine, tylenol (acetaminophen) and hydrocodone (vicodin, lortabs, Norco etc), tylenol (acetaminophen) and oxycodone (percocet, roxicet etc). There are ibuprofen-tylenol (acetaminophen) combos as well, in addition to tramadol and tylenol (acetaminophen) (ultracet). Oxycodone, hydrocodone, oxymorphone, hydromorphone, Demerol and morphine all come in pill form alone as well. Tapenditol is new. ...Read more
There both bad: Heroin probably is more risky since you are not sure where it came from. Either way, you may want to discuss with your doctor what you are considering these for. ...Read more
Opiate addiction: Acknowledging addiction is the first step to recover. There are resources in communities to help people like you to recover. Please see an addiction doctor in your area to get treatment. There are inpatient and outpatient options for you to get off opiates. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How do I stop from being constipated from my prescription opiates? What can I do to help the constipation?
Stool softeners: Prescription opiates frequently cause constipation. Fortunately, gentle over the counter laxatives such as milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) along with stool softener such as docusate (colace) will frequently resolve your constipation. You must remember to drink plenty of water each day as well. Try and get off of the opiates as soon as medically possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Men yes, women maybe: Men on short-term or long-term prescription or illegal opiates can have decreases in luteinizing hormone (lh) levels, lower testosterone levels, and lower sperm counts and/or reduced sperm quality (motility or morphology). We know less about effects on women. Long-acting opiates (pills or patches) can cause low hormones, absent periods (amenorrhea) or irregular cycles. See http://1.Usa.Gov/gznxys. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Husband has precription for lortab but took a suboxen strip one week ago.Drug test at work pos. For opiates and sent to lab.Will the suboxen show up?
No: The suboxone will not show up as an opiate on a drug test. Suboxone will cause a positive test result for Buprenorphine (the active ingredient in suboxone) but that is only if the lab specifically tests for it. After a week, one film strip should not cause a positive result. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes they do.Get a more detailed answer ›
Never took opiates. Failed drug screen. Ate poppy seed bagel for lunch same day, took Unisom night before. Contained diphendramine. Please help.
Prescription label contains the date which the prescription is filled, but not when the medication expires. what is the half life of pills/tablets?
"USE BEFORE": and a DATE should be on your bottle IT'S THE LAW!!!!! Ask the Pharmacist who filled the Prescription!! Hope this helps! Dr ...Read more
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