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Lodrane 24 Extended Release Medication
Which extended-release pain medication do you believe is the safest and has the least side effects? I have chronic around-the-clock pain.
I’ve been battling depression for 12 years and I have been on and off medication during that time. I’m currently taking 75mg of extended release Effex?
What: Is the question. Is the medication not helping or do you have adverse reaction? ...Read more
My doctor is weaning me off of seroquel (quetiapine) extended release and is using another medication to avoid withdrawal effects, what medication is used for this?
Seroquel (quetiapine) withdrawal?: seroquel (quetiapine) an atypical anti-psychotic is not associated w/ withdrawal. The benefits of the med will be lost when it is stopped. For this reason, doctors usually taper (or "wean") off a med. They may add a med to replace the one ur taking, 2 treat those symptoms. Talk w/ ur doc about any new meds u've started, their names, indications & any questions or concerns u have. Be well! ...Read more
What's In a name: The terms extended release and sustained release are generalizations and are virtually interchangable. Er, sr, xr, cr, xl are all suffixes attached to drug names to indicate that the medication is delivered over a period of time (usually 12 to 24 hours) instead of being immediately available to your body. This is achieved in various ways. Naming is just a preference of the manufacturer. ...Read more
If I weigh 175 pounds and took one 30 milligram extended release adderal one time how long will it take to get out of my system for a urine drug test?
Physicians: I am happy to report that not one of our physicians is interested in helping any patient beat a drug testing process. Asking us to do so is asking us to break our code of ethics. We are here to promote health. We are not here to help you stay unhealthy. If you would like how to become clean and to not be a person who misuses or abuses drugs, alcohol or medications we can help. ...Read more
80 year old taking 30 mg extended release morphine and 10 mg Percocet daily could methadone be prescribed to take the place of both drugs?
My nephew is 23 has autism. He is on Clonazepam 0.5mg twice a day and Risperidone 0.25mg twice a day and Divalproex extended release 500 mg a day. For temper he still needs alittle something what do you suggest no psychotic drug please.
No quick fix:
Temper is a nonspecific complaint. This could be due to a specific comorbid condition that itself requires further treatment, or part of autistic irritability. Often we see cognitive rigidity as difficulty w/ transitions.
FDA approved agents for irritability in autism are Abilify and RIsperdal. He needs to be seen by a child psychiatrist or neurologist w/ expertise in this group of patients. ...Read more
Exercise: Exercise is a great way to manage anxiety. Find something you like to do whether it is running, yoga or taking a kickboxing class. This way it will be easier to make it a part of your routine and not seem like a chore. Breathing exercises can also help in a stressful situation. This link gives some examples: http://www. Calmclinic. Com/anxiety/treatment/breathing-exercises. ...Read more
Short acting or long: This really depends on whether you have acute or chronic pain. In general short acting meds are used for acute short duration pain that not long lasting. Long acting meds in general are used for long term longstanding pain. ...Read more
Limited after ~12hrs: A good therapeutic dose of vyvanse, (lisdexamfetamine) regardless of the mg, will be clinically helpful for 9-13 hours. Trace amounts of the medicine may last in the system for a few days more, but are not likely to have any positive or negative effect after this period. ...Read more
These are questions: For your doctor and pain specialist, not for online advice. What is the most appropriate treatment for your pain requires a full history and physical examination, review of necessary lab tests, and a determination of what has been tried before. For people who have not been on opiates, 40 mg of Oxycodone can be an overdose. In addition, there are many OTHER ways to treat pain besides opioids. ...Read more
Do I need physio for a pinched sciatic nerve or will exercise and medication bring relief and actually release the nerve?
I'm on Ultram ER 100mg, how often does it release a dose of the medication and approximately how much? Same questions for Ultram ER 200mg.
As does the 200 mg dose.
It is dosed every 12 hours, so figure the original dose/12 hours in mg. ...Read more
If a medication is marketed as delayed release and available in 20mg & 40mg, does 20mg q12h have the same effect on serum concentration as 40mg qd?
Depends on medicine: The answer to your question depends on what medicine it is. Delayed release medicines are built to dissolve more slowly than others. The metabolism of different drugs varies a lot. For some medicines there may not be much difference practically, for others this could be a big difference. ...Read more
My vyvvanse medication is keeping me up at night. I️ts time release. Would a instant release medication be better?
Try a different med:
Please report this symptom to your prescriber. Immediate release formulations may be better for you depending on a number of details, or a different medication, or perhaps simply taking it longer.
Also remember to consider your general sleep schedule, your physical activity, and your caffeine and alcohol consumption. These all might be factors. ...Read more
Is there any reason a chronic pain patient should not be prescribed immediate release medication for breakthrough pain?
NoReason/MD'sChoice: There is no reason why chronic pain patients should not be prescribed immediate release pain meds and these are often prescribed. But what medicine and for whom it is prescribed is the decision made by the treating physician who knows what kind of pain Medication is indicated in particular case ...Read more
I release excess precum whenever I think about sex. Is it sign of depression? Do I need medication? Is it caused by masturbation?
Usually a sign of...: That is usually a sign of a normal human being. However, worrying about it too much would be a sign of excessive worry... which of course, would not be normal. Thinking about sex is normal. That's how humans have managed to survive all these thousands of years. If no sex, then we go extinct. However, the thoughts should not interfere with work, school, and the responsibilities of our daily lives. ...Read more
I am experiencing knee pain. Serious pain when I try to extend or flex my left knee. Please help to relief/treat this pain (any suggested medication)? t
The knee has cartilage called the meniscus that can tear and make it difficult to flex and extend the knee. Fluid in the knee will also cause these symptoms. More severe ligament problems can also do this.
OTC Advil or Aleve can help, take with food. See a doctor to get a diagnosis and get the knee back to normal use. ...Read more
Narcotic meds.: Narcotic medications are often helpful during the first 24-48 hours to recover from the acute pain symptoms following carpal tunnel surgery. Afterwards, over-the-counter medications like tylenol (acetaminophen) or Ibuprofen are generally acceptable and sufficient for pain relief. ...Read more
I was prescribed Amphetamine salts ER 20mg Cap. Two a day together by mouth. How much medication is being released at a time?
Salbutomal 100 microgrammes inhaler and Lansoprazole time release capsules 15mg-30mg can either of these medications cause sinus tachycardia?
Stiff neck and shoulder muscles Stress headache What medication can be taken to release the tense muscles?
If we want to extend the life of the kidneys, it is better to avoid salt, red meat, dairy products, and never take nsaids medications right? What I eat?
Stick to: God made food and leave the man made junk alone. ...Read more
What is the Treatment or medication for irritating, burning, small blisters that release light yellowish fluid on areolar skin of nipples?
Good day, My baby was admitted for gastroenteritis on Thursday and she’s been released today but now I have started with stomach cramps. What medication can I take as I’m still breastfeeding? Thanks and regards, Cherese Philippou
Abdominal cramps: Take Buscopan and Probiotics.Get a more detailed answer ›
I already taken an antibiotics doxycycline for gonorrhea for 7days, but after a week, the discharge in my penis returned, and I extend the medication?
Not safely: If she has been prescribed suboxone, it is the responsibility of the prescribing physician to make sure her "induction" is done safely - at least 2-3 days after long-acting opiates and being in withdrawal. If not, it may precipitate a very severe withdrawal reaction, with violent nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, terrible pain and even delirium. If not prescribed, definitely no! Do it with supervision. ...Read more
Slow release of drug: Extended release medications are pills, capsules or tablets designed to release their contents slowly. Some have coatings that prevent the release until they gets past your stomach. Others have layers of coatings that dissolve at different rates. Some have tiny beads inside them that dissolve more evenly. This is different from drugs whose EFFECTS have a slow onset & duration of action. ...Read more
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