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Hi, a little bit about me... I found this site about 5 years ago now, and it has been a constant source of support ever since : ) I suffer from chronic depression, borderline personality disorder,... read more

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What's the difference between hydrocortisone/acetamin 7.5-325mg and tramadol hcl 50 mg?

Question asked 1 day 1 hour ago 3 answers

Support groups: hydrocortisone, tramadol, hairy cell leukemia

Delila's answer: Hi, as detailed on Drugs.com, Tramadol is a Narcotic like pain killer, and Hydrocodone (bitartrate) is an opioid analgesic and antitussive

Is there alcohol or sugar in prevident 5000 dry mouth?

Question asked 2 days 7 hours ago 1 answer

Support groups: prevident, prevident 5000 dry mouth, xerostomia, alcohol, mouth

Delila's answer: Hi, i thought i would just copy and paste all of the ingredients so you can have a read through... Active Ingredient: Sodium fluoride 1.1% (w/w) Inactive Ingredients: Water, sorbitol, hydrated silica, propylene glycol, glycerin, PEG-40 ...

I have periphial neuropothy in both legs and feet...the Dr has put me on Tramadol..is there anyone?

Question asked 8 Apr 2012 4 answers

Support groups: pain, tramadol, dosage, restless legs syndrome

Delila's comment: Hi, you can join the peripheral neuropathy support group via the link below: http://www.drugs.com/...

Sertraline - I take 200mg of sertaline daily, 50mg bupropion and 100mg tramadol (four times a day)?

Question asked 1 day 20 hours ago 3 answers

Support groups: bupropion, sertraline, tramadol, side effect, prescription, depression, post traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain, ...

Delila's answer: That's good news! Maybe familiarise yourself with potential side effect symptoms to watch out for, just to be safe

Why did it take longer for the mirtazapine to put me to sleep?

Question asked 7 days ago 2 answers

Support groups: sleep disorders, mirtazapine, sleep, sleep disorder, depression, insomnia

Delila's comment: Hi, it is quite normal to have side effect symptoms during the first 4 weeks, give or take. It should/will get better in time...

For imsomnia I take melatonin and benedryl to help me sleep and my Drug screen came back positive.?

Question asked 2 days 22 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: melatonin, sleep, drug screen, benadryl

Delila's answer: Hi i agree with Stephen, it is probably the Diphenhydramine in the Benadryl

Why did it take longer for the mirtazapine to put me to sleep?

Question asked 7 days ago 2 answers

Support groups: sleep disorders, mirtazapine, sleep, sleep disorder, depression, insomnia

Delila's comment: Please don't feel bad because you are taking medication to give you a helping hand. I know a lot of people feel this way but it is nothing to be ashamed of. You are fighting for a better life, and it's OK to have a bit of back up to help you along. ...

I take tramdol 50 mg for my back pain as needed twice daily?

Question asked 4 days ago 3 answers

Support groups: pain, back pain, tramadol, pill, chronic pain

Delila's answer: No you are certainly not overdoing it. Usually someone would take Tramadol daily for pain, but if that schedule works well for you then i don't see a problem with it

Does anyone have a good tapering schedule for tramadol?

Question asked 6 Jan 2014 5 answers

Support groups: pain, back pain, tramadol, tapering, energy

Delila's comment: Hi, you should reduce the quantity by 50mg at a time... I think you are going to find it hard with only 90 tablets left unfortunately. Usually i would advise to start at 400mg - for 5-7 days, then drop to 350mg for the same time period, then ...

Can I take colcrys, naproxen, and tramadol together?

Question asked 4 days ago 1 answer

Support groups: gout, naproxen, tramadol, colcrys

Delila's response: Hi, that should be fine!

Why do I become so tired and I seem to blackout and fall off chairs?

Question asked 5 days ago 4 answers

Support groups: klonopin, citalopram, flecainide, lisinopril, metformin, syncope, atenolol, clonidine

Delila's answer: Hi, i would urge you to read through the drug interactions report for all of your medications, and focus on the potential side effect symptoms when combining them all. Maybe you could print out the report and take it to your doctor with you to ...

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