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Injection Used Prescription
Reteplase: Yes, Reteplase is prescription medication.Get a more detailed answer ›
Epinephrine Inj.: Yes, a prescription is needed.Get a more detailed answer ›
Leucovorin: The injection is prescribed. See: http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a608038.html ...Read more
Alteplase: Yes you do.Get a more detailed answer ›
Why do most doctors say using b complex injections one time per week without prescription and without any necessity are derogatory? What's the reality
There is no need:
There is no need to give weekly injections of vit bcomplex. There is no medical indication. You can take vitb supplements available over the counterby mouth
rarely we recommend injections of one or other individual vitamin if we have suspected and confirmed its deficiency like vit b12which can be given by injection, by nasal spray or orally and others as well. ...Read more
I know that diphenhydramine injections exist. Could a prescription be written for diphenhydramine 50mg/ml carpuject? Let me know.
Probably: It is likely possible but I don't any major advantage in taking this medication by injection or by mouth under most circumstances. The onset of action is less than 60 minutes later with the pill. ...Read more
Because of bacterial: Resistance, dual therapy (usually with an injection of Ceftriaxone along with an oral antibiotic) is preferred. However, if it is an uncomplicated gonorrheal infection of the urethra or rectum then Cefixime 400 mg orally in single dose ALONG WITH Azithromycin 1 g orally in single dose is usually adequate treatment. Any sexual partners in the prior 60 days to symptoms should seek evaluation. ...Read more
Hi, my doctor ordered me a prescription of hCG injections for days, 3, 5, 7 and 9. But ovulation is on these days. Please advise?
You should not.: I do not know if the are avaiable, but it technically is illegal to import this drug. Canadian pharmacies, ordering online, always require an rx from your doc! If you are trying to save money, you should discuss the option with your doctor. ...Read more
No: This is the public HT site, we do not provide prescriptions to anyone from this platform. You can contact the concierge service through the HT Prime site and see if anyone can accommodate you. ...Read more
I have tried all treatments...I want to try oral prednisone, before an injection. What is the usual prescription.
All treatments for: What? The usual prescription depends on the type and severity of the condition being treated. Feel free to resubmit your question with more specific information so we might give you a more informative answer. Dr. Anne ...Read more
With high MCH and MCV and hematokrit is there safe with ferritin injection? It is recommended after low ferritin in bone marrow and prescription to tablet
Not clear: The question is not entirely clear. A high MCV and MCH anemia is not usually due to iron defiency alone. Therefore, other factors may be leading to anemia, and iron will not treat the other cause (s). As to safety, iron infusions are usually safe, but rarely there are severe reactions. Therefore, iron infusions should never be considered until other types of treatments have not worked. ...Read more
Can a gum fistula be treated by a periodontist using an needle injection to rid an infection along with an oral prescription without the need to use a scapel?
Tx started mon. 7 p.M. Staoh infec/ leg/ should it still be oozing yellow? Prescription doxycylcine bid, bacitracin gel a.M. Injection given mon night/normal?
Staph infection: I assume a culture was obtained and antibiotic sensitivities in progress? The greatest concern is that the Doxycycline is not effective. If so, a change needs to be made asap. Stay closely in touch wiht your treating physician. If the cultures were not done, get them done tomorrow, although doing them after starting the antibiotics and Bacitracin will likely make results less accurate. ...Read more
What to do if I discovered a prescription in my house for karvea tablets; what are they commonly used for?
I'm 66+ and have bp:140/90. I'm on losartan100mg n hydrocholorazide12 5 mg. Do o have to change prescription n reduce it further.
Dozens: The specific mental disorder will dictate the choices for treatment. There are dozens of effective drugs available, and your doctor can make recommendations. Often there is trial and error involved because a "brain biopsy" is unpopular and different people respond in individual ways to psychiatric medications. ...Read more
Can a pharmacist suggest when to stop taking prescriptions? I picked up my script 2day and he said "u really need 2 get used to this and get off meds"
Not appropriate: This comment is not appropriate. If in doubt about whether to continue medication, you may see another physician for a second opinion ...Read more
I don't have a prescription but take dilaudid. I hadn't taken any n a while&took 24mg&now feel really sick. I've taken more@once&been ok so am I ok now?
Highly Inappropriate: If you are saying that you take Dilaudid without a prescription this is illegal and highly dangerous. You should cease this behavior immediately and see a doctor for your current symptoms. There were 16, 651 deaths from prescription opioids last year. You need to make sure you're not a statistic. ...Read more