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Foradil Certihaler Dosage
Im 23wks pregnant.Was prescribed foradil & miflonide 400mcg..Im afraid taking them for 1mnth as prescribed by phy. What could happen to baby?
Meds OK if pregnant: These medications have been studied and found to be safe in pregnancy when used as directed.Both are category c medications which means studies have found no negative effect to the human fetus. Baby needs a healthy mother & if this helps you should consider this your job to take medications as prescribed. ...Read more
I have been taking foradil and miflonide inhalers for one month, doctor prescribed it for two months.I wish to discontinue treatment is that possible?
Im taking ginkgobiloba+ginseng, its working great.Will this effect stay constant if i keep taking them or will i need to start taking higher dosages?
Varies by response: Bupropion comes in several verstions--immediate release, twoce daily dosage form, and once-daily doseage form. Typical ranges are 200 to 450 mg a day. 450 mg is the maximum recommended doses because there is an increased risk of seizures above that dose. As with all antidepressants, the dose any individual needs varies and depends on condition being treated and side effects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
He has high b.P so he has taken suitable medicine with more dosage now his b.P is 75/110 he takes 1 and half tablet every day should he reduce to 1?
Varies: Each drug has a "therapeutic window" or zone where any dose is likely to do the job intended and not result in significant side effects.In drugs with a narrow window, precise dosing is important, when it is wide, not so much. An overdose of some chemo drugs may kill you, while a double dose of Claritin will do nothing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why are you on it?: What are you taking it for and why do you want to change the dose? What does your doctor say? That is the one who knows the reason. If your are having problems with that dosage, discuss it and see what your alternatives are. ...Read more
Inconsistent: Opening a capsule and taking part of the contents out will affect how much you are getting, but it will be inconsistent, since each time you open it, you may remove a different amount. Additionally, some capsules are set with a delivery system, so that they open in certain parts of the digestive tract. Opening a capsule, may affect the timing of the delivery. ...Read more
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