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Clozapine - My son takes 400mg of clozaril, the bulk he takes at nite (225) and it's so hard to get?
Posted 6 Dec 2016 by Stv9mc • 1 answer
... going in morning, is this dose too much at nite? Should the dosages be spread out or reduced to make him more alert
Posted 30 Aug 2016 by kjfk00430 • 0 answers
I am highly allergic to aspirin. The docs computer put up an alert against my taking bupropion because this product contains aspirin. The last time I took a medication containing a minute amount of aspirin, I nearly died from a severe asthma attack. Please research this product for me as to aspirin ...
Posted 8 Apr 2016 by mrdirks • 3 answers
Quetiapine - 50 mg of Seroquel for over a year but now it's not putting me to sleep like it use too?
Posted 29 Jul 2016 by Unopiper • 5 answers
I have been on 50mg Seroquel for over a year. It use to work great and I was asleep within 30 minutes and woke up non groggy and alert. Now I'm wondering if I am use to it because for the past couple of weeks I can't fall asleep. Please help anyone else have this issue? Should I ask my ...
Posted 27 Apr 2016 by robinkaye • 4 answers
if you are in an accident the emergency team will not have time to look in your pockets or wallet so you could bleed out and when they do look in your wallet it is going to be too late, any answers on this please because i think it is quite important, thank you.
Posted 29 Feb 2016 by sara ib • 1 answer
the patient is alert but not very oriented and has cardiac issue and the pulse was between 28-37
Posted 26 Oct 2015 by Marisograteful • 3 answers
Treatment. Like I said before starting my treatment. I am very hesitant in taking this medication because the FDA put out an Alert last Friday in the Viekira Pak. With that being said I'm very disoriented on what to do, here I'm ready to start my treatment but on the other hand I'm ...
Posted 11 Oct 2011 by hope31 • 3 answers
I started taking Bupropion SR 100 mg 7 months ago & it helped me quite a bit with increasing my energy level & making me alert. A few days ago I started another brand of bupropion sr 150 mg & it seems like since taking the higher dosage, that I have been sleepy & over the weekend I ...
Posted 29 Aug 2013 by Bearor • 2 answers
The pharmacy puts a sticker on my Gabapentin perscription bottle suggesting I wear a medical alert with the gabapentin info on it.
Posted 29 Oct 2015 by fmv • 0 answers
I have been on Ampyra 6 weeks. After 3 I noticed a significant improvement in cognitive function and more energy but no other physical improvements. Since then friends have noticed that I'm more alert and less fatigued with less speech slurring. My question; In the last 2 weeks, I have ...
Posted 15 Oct 2011 by katstew • 5 answers
Does it work? Cymbalta 60mgs is doing nothing for me. Wellbutrin was good , but made me hyer alert. I am now back onto Cymbalta cos the withdrawal was too painful. But the 60mgs does nothing. Only seeing the psych in 10 days time. Any answers?
Posted 17 Jun 2015 by ld261 • 1 answer
Is it anyone heard about ALERT of Nexium? Is it true that it would take it from market?
Just been prescribed 20mg flux, being a busy nurse reading all side effects, Im frightened do I take
Posted 23 Mar 2015 by browniee12 • 1 answer
I am a full time district nurse but also workat the emergency docs, I need to be alert, side effects also discuss driving, im started on these because I constantly feel dirty even tho I shower up to 3 times a day, this was triggered by an incident that happened when I was 14 im now 29, due to get ...
Posted 3 Mar 2015 by ddururum • 1 answer
Hi, Whenever I breathe through my nose, I feel very different. When I breathe through my nose, I feel much more alert immediately than when I breathe through my mouth. I know that breathing through nose increases the oxygen level in the blood and that it can contribute to the feeling of being more ...
Posted 29 Dec 2013 by hilosanstorm • 3 answers
I have fibromyalgia, and always hurt. I've had 5 shoulder surgeries, and am bothered by pain in those as well. I also have tendonitis in my elbows and hands. I feel better and more alert when I take tramadol. I also take sertraline. Are there any long term health issues I should be aware of? I ...