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Mexiletine Hydrochloride Rhythm Control Agent
Should i be careful with a drug with the following active agents:paracetamol 500mg/pseudoephedrine hydrochloride 60mg/triprolodine hydrochloride2.5mg?
Follow doc's instrxn: Taking the med as directed either by doc or on package label should keep u safe. Paracetamol = tylenol (acetaminophen) (so don't take extra tylenol (acetaminophen)); Pseudoephedrine is decongestant (shrinks membranes, reduces congestion; may elevate blood pressure); triprolidine is antihistamine that can cause sedation; so no alcohol when taking this med. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rhythm "any regular recurring motion, symmetry may be generally defined as a movement marked by the regulated succession of strong and weak elements, or of opposite or different conditions, this general meaning of regular recurrence or pattern in time may be applied to a wide variety of cyclical natural phenomena having a periodicity or frequency of anything microseconds ...Read more
Can i take one 10 mg cetrizine hydrochloride tablets (10 mg) daily, for more than one month, if it helps me to control my nasal allergy?
Yes you can: Cetirizine or zyrtec is a very safe medication and you can take it every day for months if it is enough to control your allergy symptoms. Over the counter saline nasal spray or rinse might help your nasal symptoms a bit too. If those are not enough to control your symptoms or you have frequent sinus infections or cold/flu like symptoms, you might need to come see a local allergist to be evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
On doxcycline/hydrochloride 100mg and notdettee oral birth control. Had unprotected sex, should I take Plan B just in case? Or my birthcontrol good?
How do TCAs actually work to control
non-migraine headaches? SSRIs aren't common for this, so is it the norepinephrine that is the agent helping?
Great question: Great question! Norepinephrine is definitely involved in the interpretation of pain signals in various areas of the brain. However, serotonin definitely has a role to play (eg, the triptan drugs for migraine work on a specific subtype of serotonin). So, in theory, it's thought that these components together synergistically act to alleviate headache. Hope that helps! ...Read more
How can we cure nervousness and mild termor caused by taking ciprofloxin hydrochloride? Is this side effect reversible after being controled?
Cipro (ciprofloxacin) tremor: These side effects resolve after you come off cipro (ciprofloxacin). It can take 10 to 60 days. To help, exercise steadily twice a day, minimize caffeine and sugar, and as able get involved in relaxation maneuvers and even yoga. If protracted, acupuncture helps tremendously. Be careful with exercise. Stay light and steady. Do not overload muscles. Walking briskly, very easy jog, cycling, rowing best. ...Read more
Would 10mg cetirizine hydrochloride antihistamine tablets help control a minor case of cholinergic urticaria?
No: No it does not.Get a more detailed answer ›
Fasting blood sugar 140-150, random 123, HBA1C 8.8. Sitagliptin / Metformin Hydrochloride since one month. Weight gain 4.5 lb. How to control Fasting?
Change Meds, exercis: Unfortunately, results with Sitagliptin (DPP4 inhibitor) are not great--especially with the cost. I suggest stay on Metformin, and add the starch-blocker Acarbose with each meal. If that is not enough, add a GLP-1 agonist like Victoza (liraglutide) or Byetta, or an SGLT2 inhibitor like Invokana. All of the above 3 classes of drugs will also help with weight loss, and will not cause low blood sugar. Exercise ...Read more
I had unprotected sex. I am currently taking doxcycline with hydrochloride & nordette (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) oral birth control. Fies it make the birth control less Effect?
Multiple factors.: Assuming you refer to vasoactive antihypertensive medications, the decision concerning therapy is determined by the presence or absence of heart failure, ones electrocardiogram, and ones blood pressure, ideally taken both sitting and standing. The decision requires a careful medical exam. ...Read more
Expert opinions? What kind of vasoactive agents should not be used to control pulse and/or blood pressure in a patie?
Open ended question: Too broad to answer here. Come up with a specific question rather than open ended question. ...Read more
I am taking bupron (bupropin hydrochloride) now . Can i stop it in any occasion. It is now one year completed?
No.: Consult your physician who prescribed you the medicine to wean you off. ...Read more
Anywhere: It is a covered drug at walmart: 30 day supply for $4. Let them know you need it and, if they don't have it in stock, they'll get it for you. You can also buy it from them on-line. ...Read more
Hi! do hylauronic acid get orally adsorbed ?If yes how it is useful as antiageing agent for skin.
Good Question!: There are some studies being done to see is ha is effective in retaining collagen (thus retaning a youthful appearance) or in lubricating the joints for humans with various forms of arthritis but nothing definite has been found as of yet. I do know that the liquid form has shown promise for reducing symtoms for dogs with arthritis. Maybe they will find an oral form that helps humans as well. ...Read more
Is it ok to take jetepar detoxicating agent for liver as a cleansing agent for someone who has no obvious liver problems.
Not safe to take.: It's probably not okay because over the past few years we have seen patients who have developed liver failure to the point of needing liver transplants from using liver cleansing products. Though, this may seem counterintuitive, it's the problem with taking something that your body doesn't need, there is always a risk. ...Read more
Yes: They both contain the same active ingredient. Usually generics are as effective as brand name drugs. ...Read more
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