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Is There Sulfur In Mucinex
In Indonesia there is a fever-lowering medicine known as Decolgen which also contains 12.5 mg phenylpropanolamine, is this safe to consume?
Better not: phenylpropnolamine has been discontinued in many countries in North America and elsewhere, but still in use in other countries. Was related to stroke in young women. If you need an OTC decongestant or a cold medicine, there are other alternatives, ask your pharmacist about, read the labels carefully, avoid any decongestant if hypertensive, best wishes ...Read more
Sorry : Doubt it but do not know the laws and availability in Canada . It's not OTC here ...Read more
What is the use of Seebri Breezhaler (Glicopyrronium Bromida)? Is there any reason to use these meds except for COPD? And how common COPD at 29 yo/F?
Which is the most effective/genuine brand of Clonazepam available in India? I tried Rivotril, and found that there was something wrong with it.
Generics: Have no idea what's available in India pharmacies. However generic medications are made by different companies and may vary according to different inactive ingredients, eg fillers, dyes. You may be reacting to an inactive ingredient in Rivotril or it may be less effective than the brand Klonopin (clonazepam is the generic name). Discuss with your prescribing doctor. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
There isn't enough: info to answer your question about Fallopian tubes. ...Read more
Disinfective: dilute doses of boric acid is safe and acts as a mild disinfectant ...Read more
Flonase prescribed for allergies, but one ingredient is "benzalkonium chloride". This ingredient is also found in harsh cleaners! Safe to put in nose?
Is supatret 0.04%, the generic version of retin a (tretinoin) micro 0.04%? If so is there any difference in quality ?
Yes generic version: Generally generic products are formulated to be of same quality as their brand name equivalents. The generics are usually cheaper. Try for yourself to see if you have a preference as sometimes the inert (non active) ingredients in a generic may give the product a different feel. ...Read more
Is there a diff between hyposthenuria and non-oliguria? Not concentrated and lacking waste products? Sound the same to me.
Hyposthenuria: Hyposthenuria refers to solute concentration in the urine, changing with oral intake and/or diuretics. Non-oliguria relates to amount of urine output; it is low( less than 500ml/day) or not ( >500ml/day) , so you can have one and not the other. I hope this was helpful, alina. ...Read more