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Is Cialis approved by the FDA for women?

Posted 18 Jul 2014 by 56-searching 2 answers

Have difficult time finding information for Female Cialis and/or Female Viagra. Are either of these approved by the FDA? My doctor said there is no Female Viagra but I've seen it somewhere, advertised. Would it be safe to try my fiance's Cialis 20? Where can I go to find ...

Xolair - Is this drug FDA approved?

Posted 1 Mar 2017 by Tararuschkewicz 1 answer

Can I switch back to a stronger antibiotic?

Posted 5 Feb 2017 by cw06 1 answer

I have pneumonia and was prescribed 750mg Levoquin. After reading the FDA warnings I got very nervous because my muscles were sore and asked to change antibiotics after taking only 1 pill. I am allergic to penicillin (anaphylaxis) so I was prescribed Doxycycline 100mg which I have been taking x2 ...

Whyis the FDA withholding immediate approval of Edaravone for those afflicted with ALS?

Posted 1 Sep 2016 by ajy 0 answers

My sister and thousands of others with ALS need approval NOW.

Neotuss D - Is this product registred in FDA?

Posted 31 Aug 2016 by Andrea G 0 answers

Wellbutrin XL - Bupropion dose varies by brand?

Posted 20 Jul 2016 by sjbryson 1 answer

I take 150mg of bupropion XL daily. My pharmacy recently changed brands and I am finding the side effects are increased--like I have had three extra cups of coffee. The FDA theoretically monitors dosages across brands for consistency but this seems like a pretty significant difference. Has anyone ...

Where is any evidence that stopping Xarelto leads to higher risk of stroke? No studies were found?

Posted 18 Apr 2016 by lndiamond 0 answers

The FDA has a black box warning that stopping Xarelto (or Eliquis, Pradaxa or Warfarin) "suddenly" leads to a higher risk of stroke. I want to stop Xarelto and don't wish to take any of the others. I've weighed the pros and cons and spoken with 3 top cardiologists about this. ...

Switching from Lexapro to Luvox?

Posted 4 Jun 2016 by dowdow 1 answer

Hello everyone, I hope and pray you all are doing well. I have been taking Lexapro for about two months now. I am at 40 MG a day. However, my insurance or the FDA isn't allowing me to take 40 MG. I take two of the 20 MG pills. They finish before the refill date. So I would explain to the ...

What is the current status of SequestOX?

Posted 18 Jun 2016 by freakycheap1 1 answer

According to this site the FDA Approved status for SequestOX is "NO", but I am not so sure how trustworthy is that info, besides that "NO" could means 2 things: Not Yet... or definitely has not been approved. As far as I know this drug was in priority review by the FDA, but I ...

Has the FDA approved the Mayne Pharma dofetilide (Tikosyn) application?

Posted 14 Jun 2016 by CBrunson 1 answer

Your April response to the question about a generic form of Tikosyn may no longer be accurate. This appears to have changed earlier this month. Please advise.

Is cholera still prevalent in some countries?

Posted 15 Jun 2016 by paulyboy 1 answer

I noticed a new FDA approval for a drug called Vaxchora and was wondering how prevalent it is nowadays.

What are the FDA criterias for use of Revatio and Letairis in the treatment of PAH?

Posted 30 Mar 2016 by frightended 0 answers

I have been prescribed Revatio and Letairis by my Dr. and my insurance does not want to approve the medicine. They claim I don't meet the criteria. We have appealed the decision but they still denied. The board members did not have the answer as to whether the denial was based on FDA criteria ...

My seven year old daughter was on brand name Abilify for 7 months then express scripts mandated she?

Posted 26 Mar 2016 by Rxtech4u 1 answer

... went on generic we have Tricare. With in days she was picking her skin having manic episodes and was like we were not eve giving her the medication. We filed a complaint with the FDA and teva and fought our insurance for a month to get the brand name covered again. Has any one else had this ...

Which 12-hour time-release medications are most effective for chronic pain management?

Posted 10 Apr 2015 by catlady413 3 answers

The FDA now requires MD's to prescribe only 12-hour medications for chronic pain management. I had been doing fine taking Percocet (5/325) 3 times per day, but am no longer allowed to do that, so I need to find an effective replacement in 12-hour formula. Please recommend some choices.

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