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Watson 800 25 Mg Capsule
I just got prescribed hydrocodone and I'm a hundred and twenty six pounds how many pills can I take to be effective for my pain. Pill code watson 3202?
Ask your doctor: It doesn't matter what weight you are, it just matters how your body handles the medication. Also I would follow the recommendations of your doctor that prescribed the medicine. If the dose you are prescribed doesn't help, I would ask your doctor for more advice of how to adjust the dose or maybe medication. ...Read more
Does anybody take the birth control pill from watson called norinyl 1+35 (ethinyl estradiol and norethindrone) and still breastfed?
Norinyl 35: You can do it, but lower dose pills will have less impact on decreasing breast milk production. ...Read more
I just got back from overseas for 2.5 weeks. Could continuing to take the pill at regular time on 8 an hour time diff. Affect the pill?
Same time: You should be taking the pill around the same time every day. For example, if I took the pill on the west coast at 7 P.M. And went to the east coast, then I would take the pill at 10 P.M. Due to the time change, but you should take the pill around the same time from the original destination. ...Read more
I take 1 pill of tritico 100 and 1 pill of triptzol 25, each night, how can I start descreasing the amount of triptzol and tritico dose?
Both the mentioned medications are anti depressants.
Who stared this & how long have been on them.
Tapering must be done by your doctors according to your symptoms.
Need more details. ...Read more
I'm 53 I 've diabetes d2, I take 1 pill of Metformina 500 mg. And 1 of Sitagliptina 25 mg. My average is 100mg/dl can I reduce the medecine or not?
Just resume it...: Missing one pill is not that detrimental and the fact that you had protected relation, you are likely covered. Just resume the pill and I think you should be fine. I am so glad to learn that despite being on the pill, you used protection--it protects against sexually transmitted diseases! live well, live safely! Good luck. ...Read more
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No: Pain that localizes to an area is just part of a physical examination finding and used to sometimes indicate a disease process. There are no pills to make the physical examination easier for a doctor. ...Read more
Safe: It's known as Acetaminophen in the United States (tylenol (acetaminophen) is the brand name). That's safe for pregnancy but take it at the recommended dosage and make sure you don't have any contraindications yourself, such as liver disease. If not sure, read the package insert, ask the pharmacist or your doctor. ...Read more
For a short period: Like nearly all meds Prilosec has many side effects but it is well-tolerated by most. However, it is quite hazardous to take it for a prolonged period of time (more than a few months) as it can lead to very serious, even life-threatening side effects- see http://www. Naturalnews. Com/036336_ppis_acid_reflux_side_effects. Html. ...Read more
Lipodrene is report: To contain hoodia, yohimbine, theobromine, l-5- hydroxytryptophan, caffeine, n-methyl-b-phenylethylamine, green tea extract, methyl synephrine, citrus aurantium ; many other compounds. Side effects can include dehydration, nausea, constipation, problems w sleep ^ heart rate ; ^ blood pressure. Frankly, I don't encourage patients to take these type of pills – for sustained loss – recommend portion. ...Read more
Not really: You're probably referring to that state of agitation & behavioral issues that seems to occur cyclically late in the day in patients w/dementia. Detective work looking for an underlying cause is key along w/redirection. While anti-psychotics are often prescribed in this situation, there is a black box warning against use in demented patients due to an increase risk of death. ...Read more
Hi, I just want to know if its ok to take a myra-e 400 iu capsule even pregnant? Is this safe or not?
No: Avoid all un needed chemicals going to your body....... For the sake of your baby. ...Read more
Is there any foods that should be avoided to prevent the effects of the Plan B one step pill from working? (i.E. Dairy)
I'm 25, I've been on most topical & pill meds. In passed. A month ago suddenly my face broke out like crazy, how can I stop braking out?
WHAT'S IN PASSED?
BEST TO SEE A DERMATOLOGIST.
I CANNOT SEE YOUR FACE FROM HERE. . . ...Read more
Went off the bc pill after 7-8 years, cycles became shorter by a few days (25-26 compared to 28-29). What causes this and do I ovulate sooner?
Normal cycles: Ovulation occurs consistently about 14 days before your next cycle. If you know how many days there are from the first day of the bleeding to the next during your normal cycle just subtract 14 days. This allows you to predict when you should be ovulating. A period every 21-35 days is normal. What you are describing is a normal pattern. The pill is no longer in charge. Your ovaries are. ...Read more