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Meticorten Tablets 10 Mg
Cortisone-type drug: Meticorten is Prednisone and form of cortisone. It is used for many inflamatory conditions. Taken orally or by injection at high doses over long periods, it can have many side effects including reduced immune response, water retention, kidney involvement and many other conditons. When used for long periods and it is to be stopped, the dose must be reduced gradually (tapering). ...Read more
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Escitalopram: is a widely used prescription medication, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI). It is used to treat depression and anxiety. Escitalopram is marketed as Lexapro (escitalopram) and Cipralex. Dose ranges from 10 to 20 mg with some variation necessary to individualize the amount. I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read more
More information: More information about what drug/medication you are referring to. Please rephrase question with more information. ...Read more
450 mg amitriptline: O/D. Over dose of this medication can be lethal. If you are having thoughts about killing yourself, get seen at the nearest emergency room now. Have a friend or relative drive you or call 911 for emergency services for transport. You can call the National suicide hotlines 24/7 at 1-800-suicide (1-800-784-2433) or 1-800-273 – talk (1-800-273-8255) for support. ...Read more
Propranolol: Probably four to six hours.Get a more detailed answer ›
Probably safe: Of all nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (nsaids), Naproxen a.K.A. Xenobid is the lowest in cardiovascular and stroke risk. However, long-term use of any NSAID carries a risk of gastric bleeding; taking a proton pump inhibitor (ppi) long-term may reduce the gastric bleed risk. Good luck! ...Read more
Not unusual: Your bleeding should improve but it's not unusual to have bleeding after the pill; if you start mid cycle and not after a period it can be worse. It can take 3 months to get regulated but the short answer is no, it's not unusual. ...Read more
Beforehand do this: Before you contemplate long term laxative dependency, seek medical evaluation--rule out metabolic causes of constipation (e.g. Low thyroid or adrenal conditions), distinguish slow versus normal transit constipation, consider a primary rectal dysfunction that may be treatable with biofeedback, check for structural pathology or extrinsic impingement, or intermittent ileus (e.g. Pseudo-obstruction). ...Read more
Can amoxiciilin start to work as soon as day 2 on a 10 day supply of two a day at 875mg per pill.
I have been instructed to take 20mg of cetrizine a day. So can I take 2 10 mg tablets at the same time?
Yes.: That would be acceptable as a dose-equivalent. ...Read more
I always take my pill at 9pm. Does it make a difference that I took it at 8:49pm? Ten minutes early. Sprintec
No it will be ok: No it will not make any difference.It really does not have to be exact time by clock 8.49 AND 9 PM are almost same time ...Read more
I start taking the pill 10 days ago and i star bleding what i shulll do continue with the pillls or stop taking?
I was prescribed a 10 mg white tablet of zolpidem. Can I cut it in half and take 5 mg to see how my body reacts?
Are there known issues associated with long term use of human worming tablets ?
has been used as a 'preventative measure' possibly 10+ years
I take BC pills at 6am (10 min before or after sometimes) but sometimes I take it at 4am (Saturdays) Is my pill still completely effective?
Consistent usage: It sounds as though you are taking your oral contraceptive pill (OCP) as directed. Your OCP will be maximally effective on your current regimen, however no contraceptive is 100%. There is still a 1/1000% chance that you can become pregnant following unprotected vaginal intercourse. ...Read more
i have hp able to control it with reducing salt exercise 30 min a day lost 10 pounds eating veggies only BP 115/71/77 do i still need to take pill?
Is it okay to take your combined pill an hour late? I normally take mine around 9 and took it at 10:00-10:15 3 nights in a row. Was I still protected
YES: You are protected if you take the pill EACH DAY...an hour by hour "timing" is NOT necessary! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more