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What Is Vimovo Prescribed For
Inderal (propranolol): For hypertension, anxiety/panic, angina, arrhythmias, myocardial infarction, essential tremor, prophylaxis of migraine or cluster headaches, tension headache, akathisias from antipsychotic medications, aggresion in brain injuries, glaucoma, post-traumatic stress disorder. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Triple therapy: This is generally used as a treatment to eradicate the bacteria associated with peptic ulcers as well as to calm down the ulcers effects. The dosage of each would depend on factors derived from a persons medical history,age, exam and other medical conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on dose: Vicodin and generics come in 5 mg/325mg (tylenol (acetaminophen)) doses, in which case the recommended dose is usually 1-2 every 4 hours as needed. There is also a 7.5 mg and 10 mg hydrocodone strength (the fda is now requesting no more than 325 mg of tylenol (acetaminophen) in any pill), in which the recommended dose is one tablet (not two) every 4 hours as needed. ...Read more
How safe is erythromycin. my doctor prescribed it for me for gastroparesis. can a it be taken with Miralax also?
Pseudoehedrine: It is a brand name for a drug which is a nasal decongestant. If you have a stuffy nose from a cold or allergies this will help loosen up the mucus and help you decongest your nose and sinuses as opposed to antihistamines that will thicken up the mucus when you have a "runny" nose. Why you take a medicine that contains both of them together is totally beyond logic! ...Read more
Most common...: Mos common uses for spironolactone are: blood pressure control, congestive heart failure, liver congestion due to cirrhosis, hirsutism( dark hairs on unusual areas), edema(swelling). Common side effects:high potassium an other electrolytes imbalances, dizziness, allergic reaction, itchiness, cardiac arrhythmias, rash, itching, gastritis,low platelets and other blood cell changes. ...Read more
The one that works: best without intolerable side effects for each individual patient. The 2 stimulants, amphetamine & methylphenidate, work about equally as well. Long-acting preparations make life easier for most patients. Some need to add a non-stimulant like atomoxetine or 24-hour-release guanfacine or clonodine. Some can only tolerate a non-stimulant. Doctor-patient communication is the key to success. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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