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Fast Acting Homemade Laxative
Magnesium Citrate: This over-the-counter medicine works fairly quickly and is fairly safe to take. ...Read more
How old are you?: We need to know your age. Please put it in your public profile. We cannot answer questions from minors. Knowing your country or state helps, too. Age, location, and gender, can affect our answer, since some conditions are more likely in different places or in different age groups. Be honest! You expect if of us, and we expect it of you! ...Read more
How quickly does breastmilk act as a laxative to a newborn of nearly 4 weeks? Or did me rubbing his belly help him excrete stools?
Anxiety Meds: Fast acting are benzodiazepines ativan, klonopin, xanax. Long acting are ssri prozac, zoloft, celexa, Lexapro Buspar (buspirone) and new gen Cymbalta etc. Best is to have a baseline stable meds and not just use as needed meds. Get a consultation with a psychiatrist to get better recommendations and treatment and don't live with a disabling anxiety. ...Read more
No effective OTC med: Asthma is a disease of airway inflammation. There are no otc medications that treat airway inflammation. Some otc meds for asthma are actually dangerous because it would mask underlying serious problems. You should see an allergist or pulmonilogist for proper care if you have wheezes or shortness of breath. ...Read more
Not a stimulant: Strattera (atomoxetine) definitely not fast acting, often taking several weeks to affects adhd symptoms. It must be taken daily, and the dose may need to be raised slowly to minimize se. However, when it does work, it provides 24-hour coverage of adhd symptoms and benefits can continue to build for 6 weeks or longer. Sadly, it does not work as often as stimulants; but, when it does, it can be a real boon. ...Read more
Fast acting: I would need much more information before I could answer. Happy to help with more info but your doctor should be able to answer your question over the phone. ...Read more
Find cause: Back pain can be due to many causes, and treatment is far more efficient if underlying mechanism is understood. Generically, many back conditions respond to stretching and exercise programs, and a physical therapy can teach. NSAID's have classically helped many back pain sufferers. ...Read more
Yes.: Yes, but talk to your doctor first. I'm not sure what your rationale for combining regular with the extended release, but I could think of a few reasons that might make sense for some patients (taking advantage of different half-lives at different times allowing for varying duration of effects depending on time of day etc). ...Read more
I Suffer From Panic Disorder. Is Their Other Fast Acting Alternatives Besides Benzos? I Need Help And I'm Very Sensitive To Medication.
MY KID SUFFERING FROM CONSTIPATION, NORMALLY HE FOLLOWS REGULAR PATTERN BPLZ. SUGGEST FAST ACTING REMEDY, SO MINIMIZE MY KIDS DISCOMFORT?
Dietary Changes: Child's age unknown which makes it difficult to be specific. Constipation occurs from inadequate dietary fiber & water, also toddlers & children delay defecation (too busy playing etc.). For age 2 yrs & older should increase fresh fruit/vegetables, beans, whole grains. Daily fiber intake = child's age in yrs plus 5 gms/day. Offer minimum 32 oz water daily. See your doctor if child under-age 2 yrs. ...Read more
Short acting or long: This really depends on whether you have acute or chronic pain. In general short acting meds are used for acute short duration pain that not long-lasting. Long acting meds in general are used for long term longstanding pain. ...Read more
Lot;, what's "best"?:
Lots of laxatives work fast. What do you mean by "best"? Safe? Active? Occasional or more often use? Why are you constipated? Diet? Inactivity? Lack fluids? Meds? Disease?
Stimulants, e. G senna, cascara, bisacodyl, aloe-work fast, crampy.
Minerals/saline-magnesium in various forms, phosphate-work fast, can screw up chemistries
enemas: (no soap suds)
nonabsorbables e.g. Miralax, (polyethylene glycol) slower. ...Read more
It Depends: The answer absolutely depends upon the preparation and which medication. Some meds are able to be sprinkled. Some cannot. Some can not be crushed. This can not be answered except by your doctor or pharmacist for your specific medication. ...Read more
If prescribed.: Yes, it is, as long as it has been prescribed. You may feel extra sedated with the combination so be careful waking and do not operate any dangerous machinery or drive until your doctor has given you clearance. Best wishes. ...Read more
I have a rash on my testiculs , which is red-hot and sometimes itchy. Can I suggest any fast acting creams.
Red and Itching rash: Any anti-fungal product available at the drug store should be fine for this. If you do not get relief that way then please see your family doctor. ...Read more
I have hyperpigmention around my mouth and on the side of my far for 10 years now I'm 18 and I need a fast acting product to make this go awat HELP?
No quick fix: You must consult a dermatologist for evaluation and to rule out underlying medical or skin issues- there is no quick fix. ...Read more
Can you tell me if there are fast-acting inhalers that are safe for people with high blood pressure?
Help please? I want to know what are the fast acting home remedy I need to use to cure this horrible tooth pain I'm having?
Till U get 2 dentist: If you don't have swelling and are otherwise in generally good health, you can take 600 mg (3x200mg) Ibuprofen (motrin/advil) and 2x500mg of tylenol, (acetaminophen) together. You can take up to four doses as needed for pain. However, you should plan to see your dentist asap as I would not recommend for you to be taking this medication for a long time if you have swelling or fever, you need to take an antibiotic. ...Read more
Is Prozac (fluoxetine) fast acting then citalopram? Would Prozac (fluoxetine) cause less side effects than the citalopram?
Rx meds: Over-the-counter and pop remedies don't work well. I start folks on topical Clindamycin with or without an added retinoic acid derivative. If this fails, consider adding a systemic antibiotic that's right for you (erythromycin, tetracycline if you aren't going to become pregnant). This generally gets adequate results; dermatologists have "big guns" for the most severe cases. ...Read more
Meds. Dentist: Otc pain meds until you can see dentist TODAY. ...Read more