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Medicine For Marinol Allergy
Marinol allergy?: Marinol (Dronabinol) is a synthetic canabinoid / orexigenic. An allergy occurs when your body’s immune system creates antibodies to a foreign substance causing a reaction that can be mild to severe. For potential adverse effects see: https://www. Drugs. Com/marinol. Html ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Rarely: One can differ the two but it would be unusual for one to make the effort. Most tests simply screen for THC. ...Read more
Doubtful: Unless you have a legitimate medical condition, it would be unlikely that you could get a prescription for marinol. This, of course, is if you go to an ethical doctor. Unfortunately, there are too many doctors (many seem to be located in florida) that will prescribe any medication for anyone as long as they are willing to pay. The good news is that the dea is closing these practices down! ...Read more
Legal in all States: Marinol is a prescription medicine and thus you cannot get it legally anywhere in the us without a prescription from a licenced physician/nurse. Physicians physicians and nurses (often under supervision of physicians) in all states can issue prescription for this medicine when appropriate. Consult your doc if you have questions/concerns. Good luck. ...Read more
Marijuana better!: The cannabis plant contains over 100 different medically-active cannaboids, whereas Marinol is a synthetic version of the most prominent cannaboid, thc. Thc makes people "stoned" & can help with pain & nausea, but many of the medical benefits of marijuana come from other cannaboids like cannabadiol, that do not make one stoned! Most who try both feel the whole plant works much better. See comment:. ...Read more
No: Not an effective treatment for glaucoma because it doesn't lower the eye pressure for that long or that much (thus side effects are worse than therapeutic benefit). However, scientists are trying to study the effects to see if a safe drug compound can be derived from the active ingredient. ...Read more
What is the difference between nabilone and marinol. I am currently on the max dose of nabilone for fibro and wonder if marinol is a better fit...
Marinol: I can't speak for your physician but I am not aware of any trials or studies where Marinol was shown to decrease symptoms or their severity in ptsd. It's schedule iii controlled substance by fda and is basically man-made cannabis. Only approved for anorexia/wt. Loss in HIV or severe vomiting while undergoing chemotherapy for ca. I would not rx for ptsd there are other meds that have been studied. ...Read more
I am a 35 year old professor who effectievely used med. Mj to treat L5 slippage/nerve pain. Now I am seeking marinol. Who can I see to seek script?
Pain, MJ & opiate: Ur L5 nerve pain should b managed in other effective & alternative ways so that u may avoid mj & or opiate medication altogether. Aquatherapy, pt, relaxation, self hypnosis, 2 name a few, are effective. Fyi in 2008, over 36, 000 people died from drug overdoses & most of these deaths were caused by prescription drugs. In 2013: situation is worse. Pls b a healthy example 2 the kids u teach, thank u! ...Read more
Sure: This would be an appropriate use of this medication. ...Read more
Why are doctors more likely to prescribe dangerous schedule 2 meds like amphetamine and oxy but hesitant to Rx marinol?
Meds are familiar: Doctors are willing to prescribe schedule 2 drugs for conditions that the Food and Drug Adminstration has approved them. Marinol is Delta 9-tetrahydrocannabilol, a product from marijuana. Most doctors are not familiar with it and await double blind controlled studies to show its effectiveness versus other medications used for the same purposes. ...Read more
Cannabis is the only substance which has had a significant effect on my tourettes with coprolalia. Would marinol be an appropriate treatment?
Marinol: This is a schedule 3 controlled substance that requires prescription. Discuss with your treating physician. ...Read more
Where can I find a doctor in gerogia that will prescribe marinol? I have medicaid and bluecross bluesheild and I have been to 3 different doctors.
Have total digestive tract paralysis & malabsorption. Marinol takes 6+hrs to work if at all. Can I chew before I swallow it?
See your doctor firs: Paralysis of the GI tract is not likely to respond well to marinol. You need a doctor to first find the cause and then prescribe the appropriate medication. Marinol is only approved to treat nausea due to chemotherapy, where it does help but there are many other good anti-nausea medicines available as compared to marinol. ...Read more
9 weeks after gall bladder surgery and still no appetite, eating little. Is this normal? Have resumed normal activities but am weak, losing weight. Marinol no help. Next steps?
Not typical: If gall bladder removed uneventfully and no stones left behind in the bile ducts or leak of bile after surgery, you should be improving. Follow up with your surgeon. Other problems can coincide with or cause gallbladder disease. One uncommon problem that can cause gallbladder problems as well as difficulty eating is hardening of the arteries to the gut and could be considered given your age. ...Read more
I have an organ transplant and take marinol, but it is unpredictably absorbed. Is it safe to sub an extract from high thc, low cbd natural cannabis? Will cbd significantly affect prograf levels?
I have been treated for fibromyalgia and degenerative joint and disc disease for years. Is marinol effective for chronic pain? I am very leery of opioids.
Marinol: Marinol seems to help more with nausea & stimulating appetite, than with chronic pain. People with cancer or other illnesses who have lost their appetites and have lost too much weight benefit from this. It's nothing like opiates for pain control. Many medicines and treatments can work better for fibromyalgia than opiates. I hope you and your physicians can find a helpful regimen for you! ...Read more
On marinol for nausea & vomiting but have DTP and malabsorption. Works well when it finally absorbs. Can I chew the marinol capsule before swallowing?
It doesn't matter: The active ingred. In Marinol is fat soluble that is why the capsules encapsulate an oil. Expressing the oil will likely not do much to facilitate absorption but you could try. Effects from oral use of THC products are delayed and in part why they are safer for medical use. Consider using the Marinol tid routinely for 3 to 5 days to maintain levels. If you "feel" something after use try less. ...Read more