Top 20 Doctor insights on: Tablet used take
Depends: This depends upon the drug in question. You need to indicate that. If this is a prescription item which requires 4 tablets to be take over one day's time, then it is unlikely to cause a problem. But some drugs can cause overdose problems at a 4 times dose. Call your prescribing doctor, or check with a pharmacist or if all else fails, call the local poison control center. ...Read more
Not on Health Tap: Physicians here are not interested in answering this type of question. We do not have time to debate safety when someone's life is at risk. You have been instructed on what you MUST do next and that is to inform the authorities. We will not in any way assist anyone wanting to harm themselves by answering this question. This person is ill and needs immediate help. And help can be life saving. ...Read more
Not enough info: That is a question you should direct to the doctor who prescribed them. You did not offer any specifics about why you are being treated with these meds. Therefore, your question cannot be answered. ...Read more
Endocrinologist: Do you have a specific thyroid problem? If so, I would address this with your endocrinologist. When it comes to endocrinologic health problems I think it is definately better to take medications which have been standardized and researched adequately. ...Read more
Depends: That is a very difficult question to answer because more information would be needed. It depends on why you are taking the estrogen, your age, other medical conditions, family risks, other medications, etc. You should discuss the risks and benefits with your provider before making that decision. Estrogen can be safe for many people, but not all. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, but why?: Studies of loritadine show the medication is well tolerated at twice the recommended 10 mg dose. However, the same studies show no added benefit of the double dose in symptom relief over the regular dose schedule. If one is not working well, you may want to try otc fexofenadine or a steroid nasal spray. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: The key ingredient of Kamagra is sildenafil citrate - exactly that in Viagra. After running out of its patent period, sildenafil citrate has been mixed with some "secret" herbals as intensely marked in many brands of erection-enhancing pills online as the alternative to Viagra because of less cost. Its use in women has been off label but logically to use so to help clitoral erection as for ED. ...Read more
Alternative medicine: This medication is used, but safety and efficacy has not been established. I prefer not to promote or advise against use of this product as I am not familiar with it. The largest dose I see in my reference is 3 grams daily for weight loss purposes (or 3, 000mg daily). Hope this helps. Try speaking with your doctor for his/her opinion. Best of luck. ...Read more
Morning: It has been claimed to help in a multitude of conditions from breast pain to bronchitis but lacks hard clinical evidence of true benefit. I would suggest morning though it may be difficult to differentiate between true effect and placebo effect. There are conditions such as seizures and blood disorders in which the oil should be avoided. Always ask your doctor before taking supplements. ...Read more
The general treatment for dermatographia is avoidance of triggers as well as regular antihistamines.
See if you can figure out what is triggering the hives and then avoid that trigger. Even if you cannot figure out the trigger, hives usually disappear.
Claritin is a generic nonsedating antihistamine, try Benadryl (diphenhydramine) at night. ...Read more
Sugar-free tablet: GO FOR IT!Get a more detailed answer ›
Might reduce benefit: St. John's wort interacts with over 600 different drugs! It can increase the rate your liver metabolizes Omeprazole & thus might lower its levels, reducing effectiveness, but may not reduce it very much. I don't know why you are taking Omeprazole but I'm not a big fan of using it for very long- it can cause serious problems! See http://www. Naturalnews. Com/036336_ppis_acid_reflux_side_effects. Html. ...Read more
Here are side effect:
From taking too many antacids. The least important side effects are constipation or diarrhea. Large amounts of calcium carbonate-containing antacids can affect the balances of calcium and acid in the body and damage the kidneys.
Calcium-containing antacids also can stimulate acid secretion even though initially they neutralize acid. Occasional use and regular use usually safe. ...Read more
24-36 hours: Not very long 24-36 hours.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hard to say: We are better able to address a question if you provide more basic information. This is a safe medication for daily use when prescribed at the proper age and for the proper reason. ...Read more