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How Long Does It Take For Medication To Leave System
How long does it take certain meds to leave your system how long does it take vicodin to leave your system
Time: Acute effects are about 3 to 6 hours. But ecstasy is the gift that keeps on giving. After effects of ecstasy can include: disorientation, agitation, paranoia, hallucinations, delusions, memory problems, palpitations, high or low blood pressure, destruction of blood vessels, toxicity to the heart, chest pain, etc. Detection 2 to 3 days. ...Read more
Depends on the drug: The times to clear vary a lot. ...Read more
A day or so: The time for 1/2 to leave your system is listed as 10 hours, followed by 10 hours for half the remainder & so on.By the end of a day or so it is at minimal levels. ...Read more
Depends: Clearance of this medication is done by the liver and is dose- and liver function-dependent. Basically, if you took 200mg, it is gone in 2 hrs, 400mg in 4hrs, 600mg in six and so on. You should not take more than 800mg at a time though and those dosage times just tell when it is safe for another dose, complete clearance may take longer. As for surgery, most docs want you off for 2 wks prior. ...Read more
Depends on your use : Single use of marijuana should be out of your urine in 1 to 7 days. Regular use of marijuana – should be out of urine in 7 to 100 days. Single use marijuana can be detected 12 to 24 hours in blood. Regular use marijuana can be detected for 2 to 7 days in blood. Marijuana regular use detected in hair for months. Single use might not be picked up in hair. ...Read more
Extremely variable: Methadone is lipid- (fat-)soluble and takes several days to fill tissue reservoirs after a person begins taking it. The rate at which methadone leaves a person's body after he/she stops it is variable and depends on dose, frequency, and on body chemistry. It can literally take months for some folks. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Calculations:: Half life is 10 hours. Half life is time it takes to get rid of half of what is in the body. After 10 hours, 50% of this antibiotic has been eliminated from your body (if your kidneys function normally). After 40 hours, 94% has been eliminated. After 60 hours, 99% has been eliminated. After 70 hours only trace amounts are left. (http://www.drugsdb.com/resources/drug-half-life-calculator/) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Three to four days: Hydrocodone depends on metabolism by the liver to be broken down to hydromorphone. The cyp 450 pathway in the liver is the enzymatic pathway followed. The half life is 3 to 4 ours and it is excreted in the urine by the kidneys. It is not totally our of the body for three to four days. ...Read more
60 hours: Assuming normal liver function = 12 hour half life and five 1/2 lives to clear, after 60 hours should be mostly gone. ...Read more
Usually very brief: If you are taking the er form, would be gone within 5-7 days, but the common ir form, blood levels start dropping after 8-12 hrs, and likely no effect within 2 or 3 days. ...Read more
I am taking thytprohin pmg, a food supplement. How long does it take the medication to leave my system? I don't want it to effect future thyroid panel
Read package label: Typically these types of products come with label inserts inside the boxes or on the panels of the boxes with instructions and information such as what you ask. Another resource would be the internet at the website of the company or their toll-free phone number which they likely publish on their website. Some products may even have 24 hour hotlines set up to answer specific questions. ...Read more
How medication gets to liver hi, once you take medication from mouth and it goes into your stomach, how does it then go to the liver so it can go to your blood system?
Hello. : Hello. Some medictions are absorbed in the mouth and stomach, but most are asborbed throught the intestines. The meds travel from the intestines into the blood. The hepatic portal system feeds blood to the liver. The metabolites of the medication go from the liver back into the blood again. ...Read more
I've been on pain medication for a few years now, how long does it take for liver damage to set in? Are there symptoms of liver damage to look for?
My father has cirrhosis and has lead to liver cancer he quit smoking weed in april but it still shows up in his system, how long does it take to leave?
2 weeks, Remeron (mirtazapine) 15mg I had 4 alcoholic drinks Sat, didn't take drug that night. Could have I damaged liver for drinking with drug still in my system?
Highly unlikely;: Highly unlikely from a single event, but how much and how often you drink, what other medicines you take, genetic predisposition, and current health state of your liver all impact the result. Any concerns: Nausea, vomiting, yellowish hue to eyes or skin, see your provider for a check up. ...Read more
How long will it take for marijuana get out of your system if you only smoke it on time my husband has liver cancer and is waiting for a transplant , he has a lot of pain
A few days: One time use does not cause it to stick around for very long, usually a day or less. However, with serious liver disease, some of it may stick around a bit longer, but certainly not more than a few days. I don't think most transplant centers would be doing drug tests, though. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stage 4 cirrhosis of the liver my stepmother lives with me and is in stage 4 cirrhosis of the liver. She was a heavy drinker (no longer drinking) and a prescription drug abuser. I take Xanax for anxiety. She has told me that her doctor said it was okay if
You give her yours?: Don't believe it. No ethical or competent physician would ever tell anyone to take someone else's medication. People with histories of alcohol are at very high risk of abusing benzos, and especially xanax, (alprazolam) which has a very high abuse potential. If a doctor wants to prescribe anti-anxiety agents for her, there are far safer ones for her, and she needs to get her own medication from her own md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be; many cause: Don't know anything about you, your history, meds, other factors. See your doc. ...Read more
I take several different medications and im scared that they are destroying my liver, but it can cause even more damage if i stop taking them. Help?
You need: To find out the cause of the enzyme elevation. There are treatments if it is a virus, and youshould steer clear of alcohol if that is a potential cause and until one is found, but many medications can cause the "trans-aminitis". No heal-all for this serious finding need to see an internist/hepatologist. ...Read more
What happens if diagnosed with liver cirhossis, how long can a person live even when on proper medication?
Depends.: Generally, depending on the cause of liver cirrhosis, life expectancy from the time it is diagnosed and treated will vary between 21 to 24 years , depending on the presence of other cop-morbid illnesses and how intensive the treatment is. ...Read more
HRT: Hormone replacement therapy may not be a good choice if one has a liver problem. Hormones are generally metabolized in the liver and may result in other problems if your liver is not working properly.There are other medications that can be used for signs and symptoms of menopause. There are also some herbal supplements that may alleviate some of the menopausal symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the best way 2 thin your blood with out having to take any medication to mess up your liver?
Blood thinners : You are only 17 years old and there should be no reason for you to make your blood thin unless you or your family have history of having blood clots and in that situation you would require a blood thinner. ...Read more
Husbands liver ammonia levels elevated even with medication. normal cut off 38, his 56. he doesn't take all his medicine properly. warning signs?
Elevated ammonia: For elevated ammonia lactolose is used as is rifaximin. . it is important ot take medications . With elevated ammonia you get confused, disoriented, slurrign of speech ultimately lethargic when very high can result in coma. Hydration and low protein diet is important as well https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000302.htm ...Read more
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Recent labs showed Liver enzymes elevated should I stop any medications? What can I take to help lower the enzymes?
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