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Lipotriad One Medication
Psychotherapy that..: Goes well beyond the line "tell me how you feel about that." first, u really do need someone w/training & expertise in treatment of anxiety problems/disorders. It's vital 2understand what anxiety is, how it ticks & what specific things can help if anxiety starts interfering with ur ability 2function & w/ur ability 2form/keep relationships. Great source of info here: http://www. Anxietybc. Org. ...Read more
Control symptoms: This may be viral. Control any fever that is present. Over the counter medications that have a nasal decongestant with cough suppressant would work the best. Drink plenty of fluids and get rest. If your symptoms do not improve over the next two days, you should see a doctor. Lack of resolution of symptoms suggests a bacterial infection. ...Read more
No -- toss it: No -- you should not take expired medication. After that date, the pills or capsules could be deteriorating. Discard in the trash or in a medicine take-back program -- not in the toilet. All of us who use the water supply will thank you for helping to keep it clean. ...Read more
Addiction: Help includes medications, exercise, counseling, obtaining support from those around them including friends and family, clergy, yoga. Time. We fail more than we suceed. For each sucess we fail 100 time, but one sucessful event prevents a thousand failures. Allow time. May need to talk to many people in order to find help your loved one. Good luck. ...Read more
Elder meds: You need to take all meds your body needs = your doc knows you from inside out knows what not to ad on to your regimen. In general, avoid meds that directly cause sleep problems = some blood pressure meds, some anti-cholesterol meds, diuretics. Anything that can be used in the morning be switched to morning doses, or change to equivalent med that do not affect sleep. Avoid meds that cause dizzine. ...Read more
Start with eval.: After your medical provider evaluates you fully, he or she will be able to determine if medications are indicated & if so, which medications are the most appropriate for you specifically. Not all anxiety requires psychiatric medications. Since you are concerned - recommend you be evaluated. ...Read more
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Is it good to use safeway brand medication like there vitimins (spellcheck), vs sombody like one a day?
Yes, should be fine: If a person has knowledge of nutrition and has a very balanced diet, then he may not need to take a daily multivitamin because his foods contain enough. I recommend each person take a multivitamin because many people don't have a truly balanced diet. Some people need more vitamin d, calcium, folate, omega3, etc..., depending on individual issues. Generics are fine if one trusts the store or maker. ...Read more
I have a 5yr old that has odd/add if I was to give her medication which do you feel is the best one for this condition?
No one answer...: Deciding on the "right" medicaion to give a yung child with add & odd takes into account a number of things, not just your child's age. Your doctor needs to take into account her specific symptoms, what time of day they are most problematic, how they are affecting her daily function, side effect profiles etc.... There is not one medication that's "right", except what is right for your child. ...Read more
I have persistent caugh for about one month now, I have taken some medications but the caugh still persist. What can I do?
Depends: There are a number of causes for cough. It can be from something as simple as a post-infectious cough. A cough after a respiratory infection. It could be bronchitis - the vast majority of the time bronchitis is viral. Other causes of cough are allergies (post-nasal drip syndrome). Asthma, gerd and ace inhibitors (bp medication) can also cause cough. You need to be seen by a dr. ...Read more
Please let me know if there is any form of medication acupunture or any thing else that any one can suggest to ease the pain?
Acupuncture is very: Helpful with many forms of pain - but not all. You didn't mention what type of pain you have. Perhaps you could clarify this and re-ask. Thanks. ...Read more
Breaking open indomethicin 25mg what exactly could happen if someone were to break one open and take the medication that way?
Not much: The capsule is a convenient way to ingest the full and proper dose. If you break it open, you probably will lose some of the powder but the part taken in will have the proper action. Some have problems swallowing capsules and are advised to break open the dose and sprinkle the contents over something that you will be eating like jello or mashed potatoes. ...Read more
How is it that one hbp medication at a median dose will not result in lowering and another class (at an equivalent dose) will?
My emotions are out of control one second ill be happy the next I'm extremely angry is there any medication that can't help controls my emotions?
Seek help: Seek the services of a psychiatrist who will be able to help you. You may going through the emotional ups and downs that all teenagers go through. Some can make it without help and some need help. Don't be ashamed of this. Good luck and don't delay seeking the treatment you need. ...Read more
Why is it that no-one seems to be able to fix my hbp with the trial of several different medications. I'm now off all because nothing is working.?
Common issue: Many people require 3 or more medications. Diuretic needs to be at least one of them. It takes a lot of patience on the part of they physician and patient to find the right combination. Despite that many people may need further testing to exclude other conditions that make medications less effective. ...Read more
I get a left sided migraines then take medication and the left side goes and a right sided one starts! Why does it start one side and go to the other
I am 33 years old female and planning for 2nd child since one year but not getting conceived. Kindly let me know how to plan or do I need medication.
My bro woke up one moring could not move he been dignoised with scheuermann's he can bearly walk n on a lot of medication but I would like to now more?
Keep looking: Scheuemanns disease is a condition thought to be caused by an abnormality in the vertebral growth plate causing wedge shaped vertebrae, disruptions in the endplates of the vertebrae called schmorls nodes, and a generalized kyphosis. The condition can cause chronic pain, but rarely to the point it is so severe the patient can't walk. There may be another source, consider mri. Thanks. ...Read more
What is the medication if the pill is white, small and has a v on one side and the numbers 50 and 93 on the other side with a scored line in the cente?
Prednisone: If you go to www. Drugs. Com, you can identify pills that are unknown. This one is Prednisone 10mg, a prescription corticosteroid. I hope this is your own prescription medication, and you've just found it and forgotten what it is. Please don't take pills that are unknown to you! ...Read more
ADHD Meds: There is some addiction potential, but doses used for ADHD low and overseen by a professional shouldn't be a problem. There is a lot of hype about ADHD diagnosis and treatment options. The best science information says medication options are effective and safe when prescribed and overseen by a doctor. In practice, addiction to Rx is rarely an issue for average patient. ...Read more
No: You need to see a doctor in person 1) per federal law and 2) to have a proper evaluation. ...Read more
Some respond better: To one than another but all in all they are pretty much equal. ...Read more
None: Almost every diet med is a stimulant which cannot be taken over the long run without side effects. Long lasting weight loss has only been achieved with 3 meals a day minimum, usually high in fruits & vegetables with some protein like chicken or fish, some whole grains, like quinoa, plenty of water, and moderate daily exercise. Figure the # & size of meals by satisfaction and weekly weight loss. ...Read more
No, see Allergist: If you have a history of an immediate reaction to one of the inactive ingredients in a medication then I would avoid, taking an equally efficacious alternative that lacks this specific ingredient. If there are no alternative medications, and you absolutely require it, see an allergist in order to determine your risk for ingesting this product in the future. ...Read more
No: Throw it away and seek treatment for your new problem. You should never keep expired medications in the house. ...Read more