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Is Seconal Still Available
What is the brand name of secobarbital in south africa? It's not seconal. No one seems to know and even question whether it's still manufactured in sa
Avoid it: C12h18n2nao3 or 5-allyl-5-[ (1, 1, 1, 3, 3-2h5)-2-pentanyl]-2, 4, 6 (1h, 3h, 5h)-pyrimidinetrione. ...Read more
Seconal (secobarbital) is still a viable and very potent prescription sleep aid, should I worry about my doctor ceasing to prescribe it?
No, don't worry: Talk w/ the Dr about your concerns. This may be a good chance to find a safer nd better alternative if needed and you might be able to continue your favorite if really necessary. Definitely, don't worry. That will not help at all. Try good therapy targeted for sleep issues too. ...Read more
Barbiturates: They are both barbiturates with different pharmacokinetic profiles. ...Read more
Different drugs: Seconal (secobarbital) is barbiturate and used in the treatment of epilepsy and sometimes insomnia. Seroquel is used as adjunctive therapy in bipolar disorder. It is psychotropic agent with multiple side effects. Both medications should be used under physician guidance and supervision. ...Read more
Has seconal been associated with steven Johnson syndrome? It's being prescribed for severe insomnia where other meds haven't worked.
Yes: Almost any drug can but some are more likely than others. ...Read more
Seconal (secobarbital): Not possible.Get a more detailed answer ›
Sleep: These are barbiturates, not sleeping pill. Depending on what they are used for, older hypnotics ex. Dalmane or Restoril (temazepam) might work. ...Read more
See below: Seconal (secobarbital) ; Nembutal (pentobarbital) are barbiturates with many side effects. They aren't usually prescribed in the us for insomnia. If you're having trouble sleeping, it is advisable to see a sleep medicine specialist. Avoid long term use of medications for insomnia; rather good sleep hygiene (avoid alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, electronics, ; bright lights close to bedtime) is key. ...Read more
Doc originally prescribed seconal (secobarbital) for insomnia, but it wasn't carried even by the hospital so I switched to phenobarbital. Is seconal (secobarbital) a better option?
Both can be used: But, of the two, seconal (secobarbital) tends to be better for sleep as it does not last as long and has indication for sleep by the fda. However, there are newer medications for sleep that may be more appropriate and less addictive, especially if your sleep problems are ongoing in nature. Talk with your doctor, and discuss your options and why he or she recommends a particular medication. ...Read more
Tried every sleep Rx and alternative therapies, apnea test, and crappy off market or new drug. Will an MD ever script Seconal for lifelong insomnia?
Yes: Numorphan (iv oxymorphone) is now often called Opana iv. Oral forms have been available for about 6 years (opana and Opana er). ...Read more
Ambien-CR: Both women & men.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Chip will be enhanced and the program has been extended through 2019. ...Read more
Why has Vermox been discontinued in the us? Is there any risk of taking it? It's still available in my country.
Generic available: Though the brand vermox is no longer available its generic equivalent-mebendazole- is still on the market. ...Read more
Cheap: It's cheap, has a long shelf-life, and provides money for the school and school district. Plus the junk food manufacturers have the financial, political, and logistical capabilities to "encourage" school districts to carry their stuff in schools. It's a shame though. School is an ideal place to teach proper lifelong health habits. ...Read more
Maybe because: They can make some foods taste delicious. ...Read more
Is there a foam barrier method still available to help protect from nighttime reflux? It makes so much sense, but can't seems to find one.
Gaviscon is otc, antacid plus alginic acid to "coat" inflamed tissue.
Sucralfate is rx; coats inflamed lining of esophagus and stomach; alters the mucus lining of the stomach; doesn't get absorbed into blood stream; can goop up other meds, so time them either 1/2 h before or 2 hrs after dosing;. ...Read more
Good afternoon! I'm trying tampons for the first time, and I got the smallest available since it's my first go. But it still won't slide in.
Need family support: Try seeking advise from a trusted older female family member or acquittance. Good luck ...Read more
NO: In august, 2005, following the fda's decision to order changes to warnings on NSAID packaging, wyeth pharmaceuticals informed the fda that it would discontinue manufacturing Orudis kt. In 2006, the fda issued a statement that Orudis kt was "not withdrawn from sale for reasons of safety or effectiveness." wyeth has not spoken openly about its decision to withdraw Orudis kt from the market. ...Read more
UTI is finished but still symptoms are available. What should I do? Can there be other diseases with these symptoms? (i don't have diabetes)
Other possibilities: The answer depends on the symptoms. Urinary frequency give you a different list of possibilities than pain with urination, or discharge. UTIs are not as common in men as they are in women. STDs can give similar symptoms. All antibiotics do not treat all problems and if you were treated for a UTI but really have an STD you may need a different medication. Be evaluated for the appropriate treatment ...Read more
I have had 3 bladder repairs n a band put around uretha n still suffer from stress incontience what other procedure is availble this is s serious prob
Is sometimes extremely difficult problem. Did you have cystoscope and computerized urodinamic studies?
See urogynecologist ...Read more