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Google "phenabid, ingredients"then click on the very first choice and you will learn that the ingredients are "PHENYLEPHRINE HCL/CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE."
They are supposed to dry you up and decongest you if you have a cold. Do they work? Sometimes. Give it a try, but stick to the recommended doses. One is an upper, the other a downer and, depending on your particular physiology, you may feel weird. ...Read more
Only one: Hi. The only active ingredient in Prolia is denosumab, a monoclonal antibody that binds a signaling molecule, RANK Ligand (RANKL), that bone forming cells (osteoblasts) secrete that activates bone resorbing cells (osteoclasts). RANKL activates the osteoclasts to break down bone. Denosumab interrupts that, and preserves bone mass and architecture. ...Read more
Novacaine: Novacaine has not been used for years. Other more common local anesthetics are: lidocaine, mepivicaine, prilocaine, articaine and bupivacaine. ...Read more
Airborne product may:
Contain Vitamin's A, C, E, B2, Magnesium, Zinc, selenium, Managnese, Lonicera, Forsythia, Schizonepeta, ginger, Chinese Vitex, Isatis, Echinacea
glutamine & lysine. This company has been sued for false advertising /claims that it's prodcts can prevent
the flu, common cold and other infections. ...Read more
Epinephrine: Epipen contains synthetic epinephrine. It is used for anaphylaxis. It will cause vasonconstriction, increased heart rate and efficiency. It has both Alpha and beta agonist activity and with such will increase blood pressure and decrease edema in an emergecy situation. Epipen comes in two doses of 0.15mg for children and 0.3mg for adults. ...Read more
Large Molecule: Very large molecule with multiple complex protein wha ving primary, secondary, tertiary and quantenary configurations. There are a variety of internal structures and in the case of inflixiamb is an antibody against Tumor Necosis Alpha - TNF either cell bound or circulating. This interrupts with the function of TNF and causes the immunologic control of the illness invovled. ...Read more
I'm trying generic aderrall 30mg help cost. Took name brand for 7yrs. Why does it not work as well if the same active ingredients are there? Thank u.
Formulation: Unfortunately equivalent does not always equal effectiveness. Bioavailability may not be equal. You may require the brand name. Talk to your dr about options. ...Read more
Antacids: Some of the most common antacids are Mylanta, which is a combination of Aluminum hydroxide and magnesium hydroxide, Tums, which is calcium carbonate, milk of magnesia, which is magnesium hydroxide, and Maalox, which is calcium carbonate. There are also acid reducing medicines if regular antacids do not work. ...Read more
Clopidogrel: Antagonizes platelet function and reduces platelet clottability ...Read more
Different with each: The active ingredient of any vaccine is the part of the infecting agent, either weakened and live and whole, or a part of the organism after it has been heat- killed, that stimulates your body to make antibodies that protect against a recurring infection with that organism. This preparation is different for each vaccine, based on the type... ...Read more
I'm puzzled: The "active ingredient" in Tysabri is Tysabri. The generic name is natalizumab. This isn't Alka-Seltzer we're dealing with; it's a highly purified intravenous drug. Do I misunderstand your question? ...Read more
Lobelia plant: There is an alkaloid derived from this plant that is called lobeline, which has been used as a smoking cessation product for many years, but with pretty modest results. It is widely used in Europe and Russia, but there is evidence that both nicotine replacement therapy and the 2 main prescription medications (bupropion and varenicline) work better. Haven't had anybody using it recently. ...Read more
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Why are prescription medications more expensive than generics if they have the same active ingredients?
I have just been prescribed Saxenda and am wondering if it's okay to take with Victoza (liraglutide). They seem to have the same active ingredient.?
Talk to your doctor: You are right, they are the same drug. You should not need both so don't start the Saxenda until you talk to your doctor. If you need a higher dose your doctor could just go up on the dose of Victoza (liraglutide). ...Read more
I take sleeping tablets daily. Somedays more than one, as I am still wide awake. One night I took 3, each one had a different active ingredient. Help?
You are an Addict:
I do not mean that in any derogatory way. I appreciate that you are aware that you have a problem...Perhaps an obsession for sleep. In most places in the country you can find drug and alcohol programs. Many hospitals will have a detox unit to help with the first few days of coming off so many chemicals.
But, you will survive. You can also find a way back to sanity and to retrain your brain. ...Read more
Antacid pros & cons: Many antacids work by neutralizing acid in your stomach. Some contain simethicone that helps break up gas bubbles in your stomach. One floats on top of acid so it "coats" as the acid is refluxed. In any case, antacids must be taken multiple times a day to keep acid neutralized, and benefits are short-lived. Magnesium-containing ones can promote diarrhea; calcium-containing ones can increase acid! ...Read more
Diclofenac: DiclofenacGet a more detailed answer ›
Please help! What is the active ingredient in latisse (bimatoprost) that makes lashes longer and darker?
Latisse (bimatoprost): Bimatoprost is a prostaglandin analog/prodrug used topically as eye drops. The lash growth is a side effect discovered when the drug was used to treat glaucoma. There can be unwanted side effects including darkening of the iris color and dark circles around the eyes. ...Read more