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I'm on my first week of Zoloft 25mg. What else is good to help with anxiety beside benzodiazepines??

Posted 15 days ago 7 answers

Suffering from anxiety I went from Prozac 80mg to Zoloft 25mg. I know it takes weeks to kick in so I'm going through anxiety. Can anyone can ...

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Does buspirone Work for Anxiety and Depression?

Posted 7 days ago 4 answers

Hello my doctor recently prescribed me 10 mg in the morning and evening of buspirone. They said it should take about two weeks to notice any effect. ...

Related support groups: buspar, depression, anxiety, buspirone, doctor, prescription

Will Xanax assist my blood pressure meds in lowering my blood pressure?

Posted 18 Oct 2018 5 answers

I am currently taking 40 mg of Lisinopril and 10 mg of Bisoprolol. I have extreme anxiety that tends to blow my blood pressure through the roof. My ...

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Vaginal Yeast Infection - I experienced itching on 10/14 and figured I had a yeast infection so...

Posted 22 Oct 2018 2 answers

... on Tuesday I went and bought Monistat 3 and finished it on 10/18/18. Now it is 10/21/18 and I was trying to having intercourse and it hurt. I was ...

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What type of pain medication can you take for joint and muscle pain from taking Xarelto?

Posted 15 days ago 2 answers

While on Xarelto my husband experienced severe joint and muscle pain. His doctor switched him to Eliquis. His doctor has never heard of such side ...

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Can taking just 300mg of gabapentin a day cause anger and paranoia or am I just loosing my mind?

Posted 6 days ago 4 answers

I have been experiencing burning all down my neck, back and arms and I was put on gabapentin 300 mg. I found by 4:00 PM I was angry and felt all ...

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Can Vicodin be used to get off tramadol?

Posted 19 Oct 2018 2 answers

Hello all - I have been on tramadol for over 3 years. My most recent prescription was for 100 mg 3 times a day. I illegally obtained enough to take ...

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Drug screening pain management patients rights?

Posted 9 days ago 1 answer

Can my doctor share my failed UA info from pain management with new doctors without my permission? I hardly take any pills and they say I failed and ...

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Can you build up a tolerance to Ativan (lorazepam)?

Posted 14 days ago 4 answers

I have GAD and have been taking fluoxetine for about a year now. My doctor prescribed lorazepam as my “emergency” medication, aka to be ...

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How long does it take for lesions to occur using fluorouracil for two weeks?

Posted 10 days ago 0 answers

I have been using the 5% fluorouracil cream on my face for two weeks. My skin is red, dry, peeling, itchy, and burns. I only noticed two very tiny ...

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