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What Is Prefer Medication For Two Strokes
What is the best medication to treat my migraine pain? Is there any one medication that works better than others for migraine headaches?
Everyone different: To stop headaches, most doctors would recommend triptans (such as frova, relpax, (eletriptan) maxalt, zomig, etc.), but ergotamines are also of value. Maybe best to prevent and could use botox, depakote, topirimate, beta-blockers, but also might consider otc items such as butterbur, riboflavin, coq-10, feverfew, magnesium. ...Read more
Is there a better combination for PTC instead of diamox, topamax, and keppra (levetiracetam)? And R we close to a cure?
We have the cure: There is no cure, & we know the cure. Obesity is the major risk factor for PTC. Only 1 of my PTC pts has not been obese and her weight has to stay below 138 lb or the headaches come back. The arachnoid villi that reabsorb the CSF normalize when weight is lost; the abnormality appears in obesity. So for the foreseeable future, the "cure" for PTC will be weight loss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is adding 10mg Elavil to 300mg lyrica unsafe for a person with CABG/MI for postherpetic neuralgia ? at 300mg there is moderate pain control
What natural alternatives are available for a regiment of plavix aspirin lopressor (metoprolol tartrate) and cholesterol meds for a male of 60.
No equivalent: Although not specified, that particular combination of medications is common for patients with a heart attack or stent placement. There are no natural equivalents or even close players for patients with significant heart disease. Red yeast rice sold in the us, although may have a tiny amount of statin, can not have enough of a concentration to provide a clinical benefit, per the fda. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is taking 100mg of nortriptalyne with 150mg of bupropion X-R long term safe? Is this a healthy liver combo for someone who used to drink very heavily?
Risky combination: Combining these medications may increase the risk of seizures, which may occur rarely with either medication. In addition, buPROPion can increase the blood levels of nortriptyline, which may increase other side effects. Ref: https://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=440-0,1734-0 ...Read more
What is a really good non prescription tablet, natural to take for depression other than mirtazapine ?
CBT,Exercise: Mirtazapine is an atypical antidepressant drug. As an antidepressant, it has not been very effective as monotherapy. It is used more as an appetite stimulant in smaller doses and as a hypnotic in bigger doses. The only "natural" antidepressant is st. John's wort but it hasn't been very effective in m y experience. How about cognitive behavior therapy along with exercise ? It works. ...Read more
Not reversible: Vascular dementia is considered nonreversible and often medications currently available offer only small amount of benefit at best. There is no best drug--the one that helps without significant side effects, as well as affordable, is best medicine. Treatment is individualized and so consulting doc is advised. Otc gingko may help some people, but effectiveness is minimum at best. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is clopidogrel recommended for CHF with a-fib? My mom is taking 75mg daily dose and can't figure out its real use!
What is benefit of human parathyroid harmon injection and use in osteoporosis and whether it is recommended for taking that medicine for two years.
A clot disolver: If one has an "embolic" stroke due usually to a clot, and one presents early into the stroke, a "clot busting" drug usually given intravenously may be administered to lessen the effect of the stroke. If warning signs of a stroke present, call 911 immediately and get to the nearest er. You may have to be transferred to a referral center but you may get treatment started urgently en route. Do it! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does the use of cordarone (amiodarone) in 72yr hypertensive male(200once) for paroxysmal Afib good for the heart b/c I'm afraid ofS/E what is the safest dose?
Cordorone: The maintanence dose may vary from 200 -600 mg he is on the lowest recommended dose the dosing is adjusted based on other underlying problems and medications not just by the age alone ...Read more
Diphenhydramine vs hydroxyzine which is better for anxiety and sleep? What is the usual dosage for either one, so I know what to ask my doctor about?
Is citrulline safe for ED for a diabetic with HTN? Viagra (sildenafil) not working. If so what is a safe dose? been on 3g a day for week nothing much happening.
Yes, but...: You can use but in moderation. Note: There's no magic pill, and it will never be. Citrulline is merely an Amino Acid in foods and produced in our own body. Clinically, The accumulating undesirable effect of aging + illnesses has deteriorated sexual function and overall energy and ability to the level unable to response and perform. So, see urologist to figure out what is next for you... pump?... ...Read more
Indications: Baclofen is a drug originally indicated for treatment of spasticity, and has been used off label with some pain conditions such as trigeminal neuralgia. Am unaware of any direct benefits in alcoholism unless the above complications have occurred. Since it is metabolized through the liver, might make certain that liver has not been damaged. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What medication is recommended for mild OCD? Which one got less side effects? Is there any herbal/nature medication for OCD?
Medication could be worse than the problem: . There are many psychotropic medications which could help with OCD. Unfortunately the side effects are numerous and it really depends on the patient. Perhaps you could try some relaxation therapy such as yoga or massage to help you overall relax. ...Read more
Is it safe to take generic medicine with same formulation as a branded one? I am talking about hypertension controlling drugs here
Is Amlodipine effective for migraines related to Prinzmetal Angina? Reviews on drugs.com is 9/10 for migraine for norvasc! Thats best for any med!!
Norvasc (amlodipine): First off Amlodipine is generic Norvasc. Calcium channel blockers can be helpful for migraines and this includes amlodipine, cardizem and verapamil. As to what is best that depends on the inidiviual Another thought is try some Magnesium. It is your bodies natural calcium channel blocker. ...Read more
What are the differences between Metoprolol and Propranolol? Which is better for treating hypertension of 150/100? What dosage should I take?
Is there a specific drug for stroke? Is there a specific drug for stroke? For about 5 years i've been having symptoms of stroke and doen't want to go to the hospital. I'm 21 years of age, are there prescriptions i can take?
As : As the name implies, a stroke is an abrupt onset of loss of neurological function caused by either bleeding into, or by lack of blood supply to, a part of the central nervous system (usually the brain, although strokes can also happen to the spinal cord). The stroke usually leaves a permanent injury, although function may be only temporarily impaired. For these reasons, having stroke-like symptoms for 5 years is a pretty good indication that the symptoms are most likely not related to stroke. There are other neurological conditions that can cause neurological symptoms that come "out of the blue", cause a noticeable change for a period of time, and then disappear without a trace. These conditions include epilepsy, migraine, sleep disorders, and psychiatric syndromes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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