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Posted 24 Mar 2015 by • 34 answers
Posted 26 Jun 2013 by • 6 answers
I have been taking 2 mg of clonazepam and 100 mg of trazodone since 2009. Over time, the efficacy of these 2 drugs has waned. My sleep specialist told me to just discontinue taking the trazodone and clonazepam and prescribed me Xyrem which is only dispensed by it's own pharmacy because of ...
Posted 18 Apr 2013 by • 4 answers
I have been taking 40mg Simvastatin for approx 10 years and just thought it was told my acute aches and pains could be through the Simvastatin.
Posted 12 Sep 2013 by • 4 answers
I'm a 20 year old male I just recently had blood test which show no known abnormalities the last time when i had black in my stool it was test on a feccal acute blood test and those days I was worried about I found out today that those days where negative for blood but recently just a day ago ...
Posted 15 May 2015 by • 4 answers
I'm taking 1mg klonopin 4 times daily for acute anxiety and PTSD. I'm having anxiety attacks (bad ones in between dosages of klonopin). Can Xanax be taken (prescribed for attacks that happen in between the klonopin?). I'm desperate and have been on antidepreaends and busbar which did ...
Posted 11 Apr 2014 by • 2 answers
I had an acute attack of diverticulits and have been on cipro/flagyl for 5 days. Started with a clear liquid diet for a couple days and advanced to a low residue diet for the last 3. I'm feeling very well right now and really want to go back to a normal diet sans seeds, popcorn, etc. When can ...
Posted 8 Dec 2014 by • 1 answer
37 days ago my Mother had an acute lithium overdose. She quickly developed uncontrollable neuro-motor movement and extreme confusion. Within a few hours she was placed on a ventilator. I have been told two different stories. 1. To calm the motor movement she required so much sedation she needed the ...
Posted 18 May 2015 by • 1 answer
Or should I suspend taking the Allopurinol(my daily maintenancew drug) when I have an acute attack and begin taking Indomethacin?
Posted 19 Oct 2013 by • 1 answer
Patient has Acute upper respiratory tract infection past 6 days.
Posted 2 Mar 2014 by • 4 answers
... was just diagnosed with pancreatitis idk if its acute or chronic.I go see my regular doctor in 6 days.Is it possible to have had this disease all along and they never knew it? I have had the same symptoms all these years.I have horrific stabbing pains in my upper abdomen and straight through to ...
Hepatitis B - if my blood test said I was immune to hep b does it mean I can't catch it again in the
Posted 22 Dec 2014 • 1 answer
... future? i have never had the vaccine and i was tested for hep b!! the test came back that i was immune to hep b !! i assume sometime in my life time i must have contracted it!! i must be acute!! if i am immune to hep b virus that means i can never contract it again right? thanks
Posted 8 Jul 2017 by • 1 answer
What is the primary, most effective recommendation to alleviate Augmentin-induced, acute nausea?
Posted 7 Jan 2014 by • 4 answers
... necrotizing pancreatitis. In the hospital 3 months, lost 50 lbs. Came very close to losing the battle a couple of times but started recovering after the 5th drain was inserted into the pseudocyst. I have been home for 3 weeks and am able to eat as long as I watch the fat. Little nausea since I ...
Posted 7 May 2015 by • 1 answer
I was told I have acute bronchitis iv had it for 12 days now I have an abutaral inhailer and was percribed a z pack I really hope this will work I want to know if a z pack will work for me and what else can I do to speed up the recovery of this sickness I just want it to be over I can't sleep ...
I'm on my second day of Cymbalta, and yesterday was truly horrible. I probably exhibited 2/3 of the?
Posted 15 Oct 2017 by • 2 answers
... most common side-effects... the worse being acute nausea. That's already much better today, so I assume the upset stomach will continue to progress. Is it common for patients to have all negative side effects subside after a couple weeks, or are certain ones more persistent under longer ...