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36 wks. Dilating & thinning. Passed mucous plug. Dr can feel babies head. Uterine suspension undone. Pain! MANY BH contractions. Safe to self induce??
The presence of : Endometriomas suggests a sever form of endometriosis. Your body created an immune response around the endometriotic implants on the ovary and basically walled itself off. Problem is it conitnues to bleed and with time expands and can cause pain. Surgery is the only way to remove them however this depends on your reproductive goals and their size and the severity of your pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Based on weight: The dose of the medication depends on the weight of the child as well as the condition that they are being treated for. The best thing to do would be to ask your pediatrician and check the dosing of the medication. ...Read more
Varies: It varies from one person to the next. Anywhere from 1-7 days. Small traces could be seen after that. ...Read more
Bacterial: infections, mosrly Gram positive but some Gram negative as well ...Read more
Uncertain: In general, it is recommended that medications not be used after expiration date. With that said, there is a big difference between being expired for 5 days versus 5 years. Your pharmacist should be able to provide more information. ...Read more
No: The suspension peaks in about 90 minutes while tablets peak in a range of 3-5 hrs. In other words, suspension gets into the circulation faster. ...Read more
Decreases absorption: Buscopan absorption will be decreased by maalox, and you might not get the full benefit from buscopan. ...Read more
Kids vs adult dosing: For many medications, children's doses are weight based. At some point when you want to be considered an adult, typically 120# or more, everyone gets same dose regardless of weight. Instead, dose depends upon rationale as well as your individual response. Check out http://www.drugs.com/dosage/amoxicillin.html for various regimens. Better yet, discuss this w/your prescribing doc or dispensing pharm ...Read more
What will be the best alternative medicine of jusdee 400 suspension. And what will be the dosage for 7 years old child.
Vit D: Justdee 400 is vitamin d3 (400mg). You can get this over the counter. 400 mg is the correct dosage for a 7yr. ...Read more
Why are suspensions are preferred instead of syrups in some cases , as active Pharmaceutical ingradient is same in both of them ..?
Syrup vs suspension: Syrups have medication mixed with concentrated sucrose solutions as vehicle for the medication so more palatable. Suspensions have active form of the medicine in liquid forms. ...Read more
Can spondylolisthesis be caused by standing stationary on an 11, 000 lb forklift that can reach speeds up to 8mph, that also has no suspension while being exposed to temperatures up to 112 degrees in conjunction with getting on and off this machine to lif
No: No.Get a more detailed answer ›
Son takes klaryth(clarythromycin) w/c i refrigerate. Then i read reconstituted suspension must not be refrigerated.Why not? What will be the effect?
Clarithomycin: Clarithomycin is an antibiotic that has relatively poor solubility. If is stored in the refrigerator, it is likely the antibiotic concentration in the suspension will be too low. This means that the antibiotic dose will not be appropriate for treatment of the infection. It is important to follow the directions given on the prescription bottle to ensure that the appropriate dose is available. ...Read more
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