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Hcl is asking me to pay 34000 as I left HCl within five days after joining as I was placed on bench, is this normal?
Don't know what: your are referring to. Could try clarifying and re-asking. ...Read more
About 12 hrs. or mor: depends on age though http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2391399 a half life of 9 hrs means half goes in 9 hrs, 3/4 in 18 hrs. If you were trying to get it out from a urine test you'd want > 95% of it out and that takes a long time. The effects wear off probably when it's down to 25% (2 half lives). ...Read more
Took dilitiazem HCl 180 mg every 24 hrs made bp, hr higher. Suppose to start taking it every 12hrs. Will bp, hr even go higher?
Probably not.: It is supposed to bring it down.Your md need to adjust the medicines! ...Read more
Probably not long : It is hard to find reliable information on this. If you get chills it's an indication that you have taken a dangerously high dose & i would caution against taking high doses again. The best info i found show that the "half-life" is about an hour but this is for the yohimbine component & the chills are caused by other alkaloids with unknown half lives-but i expect it would last a few hours at most. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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I accidentally doubled my 2 y/o dose of hydroxyzine HCl 10mg/5ml. Gave him 5ml instead of 2.5. Will he be ok?
He'll be fine: A one time dose at that level is not anything to be worried about. You wouldn't want to do it every day, but this is a very safe medicine, and other than he may be a bit drowsy tonight, it isn't going to be a problem. Have a good evening and don't worry about it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anti-histamine: Please, if this was a suicide attempt, ask for help. There is a county crisis line in new york and in the bronx and plenty of mental health experts in your neighborhood to offer you non-judgmental help. But, this much Hydroxyzine will make you very sleepy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not a simple answer: First of all, hcl doesn't regulate digestion, it just facilitates conversion of pepsinogen to pepsin. However, regulation of digestion is incredibly complex as mediated by nerve signal interplay locally within the gut, centrally with the brain, along with neurotransmitters, hormones, a multitude of chemical signaling and feedback loops that all interact with immune system, food, environment, etc. ...Read more
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