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Is there a difference between generic medications made by different manufacturers for example hydrocodone/acetaminophen with m367 vs Watson activis?
Generic medications: The active medication should be the same but there may be differences it he carrier vehicle. ...Read more
How long does aspirin and tylenol (acetaminophen) stay in ur system? For example usually it says take every 6 hours so does that mean after that it's gone within?
Depends on dose: A one-time dose is normally gone within that time frame. However, regular use of medications create a "steady state" baseline which takes longer to be metabolized. How long depends on your metabolism. For example, kidney or liver disease cause drugs to not be cleared as effectively, and the medication can build up in your system. Also, effects of Aspirin on platelets can last up to a week. ...Read more
If you have Gilberts Syndrome is it safe to take H2 Blockers for example,Zantac (ranitidine) or Betablockers,Propranolol,Bisoprolol (Zebeta) or even Acetaminophen?
Should be ok: Discuss with your primary physician, but the medications listed should be ok. Gilbert syndrome is very rarely problematic. It is advisable to avoid some medications that displace bilirubin in the blood, such as sulfa drugs, salicylates, furosemide, ampicillin, and ceftriaxone (can acutely increase free bilirubin levels). Note: if Zantac (ranitidine) is for dust allergy, better options are available. ...Read more
It depends: This is an important question. Too much Acetaminophen is dangerous. According to epocrates, a drug information program, most healthy adults can get up to about 1, 000 mg in 4 hrs, and 4, 000 mg (4 grams) per day safely. Children should get less, based on their age or weight. Read labels carefully, and ask your doctor or nurse if unsure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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