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I am 46 years old and finally happy. I am married for the third and last time. I never thought I would be happy after the hell I have been through with other marriages. I have PTSD from a variety... read more

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Just find out I have copd.dr says lungs are of a 84 yr?

Question asked 14 Aug 2014 1 answer

Support groups: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, smoking, female, disorder, blood, copd

marjorie zych's answer: I also have Factor V Leiden would love to chat with you about what you do with that clotting disorder You may private message me anytime but as far as the COPD have you been around a lot of second hand smoke growing up at all? maybe a lot of smog? ...

Has anyone gained weight while on warfarin long term?

Question asked 15 Aug 2014 3 answers

Support groups: warfarin, weight

marjorie zych's response: I am Coumadin (Warfarin) for lifetime due to a clotting disorder I have been told weight gain is not a part of the long list of side effects to Coumadin. Could you be taking something else that may be doing it? marjorie zych

How many milligrams of claritin should taken in 24 hours?

Question asked 4 Aug 2014 1 answer

Support groups: claritin

marjorie zych's answer: ten I am on that in the morning and Zyrtec at night doctors orders hope this helps answer you question Marjorie zych

Will Clotrimazole-Betamethasone cream work the same as Nystatin/triamcinolone cream?

Question asked 4 Aug 2014 1 answer

marjorie zych's answer: I have found the clotrimazole to work better for me but everyone is different but they both work I just like the clotrimazole it is faster and less staining on underpants or other clothing hope it works for you

I took a zyrtec n a benadryl for throat tightness n allergies. I have history of anaphylaxis?

Question asked 9 Aug 2014 2 answers

marjorie zych's answer: I'm not a doctor but it sounds like too much medicine, if you are a nurse you should of known dear not t mix the two it will wear off but if you feel any worse go to the ER ok marjorie zych

Can I take penicillin with hydrocodone?

Question asked 9 Aug 2014 2 answers

Support groups: hydrocodone, penicillin

marjorie zych's answer: yes but your best bet is always ask you doctor if both meds were prescribe to you you shouldn't have any issues the don't usually bother each other but I am not a doctor you pharmacist could tell you too

I accidentally froze my Humalog insulin. Can I still use it?

Question asked 20 Jul 2014 1 answer

Support groups: humalog

marjorie zych's answer: NO once insulin is frozen it cannot be used and you must get a new batch hope this helps I know it is expensive but it is no good if it got frozen I also use Humalog, marjorie zych

Lovenox - Do I need to pull out the plunger more because when I activate safety much to cover needle

Question asked 26 Jul 2014 2 answers

Support groups: lovenox, safety

marjorie zych's answer: no there is usually some left over not much but just a drop or two I take it too and it happens to me too marjorie zych

Should my husband take a second eligard 45 after his 45weeks of radiation? His cancer doctor says?

Question asked 29 Jul 2014 1 answer

Support groups: eligard, doctor, radiation, urology, prostate cancer

marjorie zych's answer: your bet is to tell both doctors to get together and discuss it and hopefully you will get the right answer but he should never do anything like that on his own without his doctor oking it marjorie zych

Is it harmful to take simvastatin for your whole life without a break?

Question asked 30 Jul 2014 2 answers

Support groups: simvastatin

marjorie zych's answer: please consult you doctor some statins can cause muscle issues if taken for long periods of time without a break if you have muscle pain definitely go to your prescribing doctor. marjorie zych

Ciprofloxacin - will this medicine help with wisdom tooth infection?

Question asked 3 Aug 2014 1 answer

Support groups: infections, ciprofloxacin, tooth infection, medicine, tooth, infection, bacterial infection

marjorie zych's answer: It y but you should NEVER take anything that is not given to you by a doctor for a given thing. If your dr gives you it for the tooth then ok but never take something without first consulting a dr. Hope you feel better soon, marjorie zych

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