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I have been taking metformin 500mg (immediate release) twice daily for one year?

Posted 24 Dec 2014 by jamiekb 2 answers

Because I occasionally have trouble remembering to take both doses, my Dr recently switched me to the ER formulation, prescribing ONE 500mg ER tablet daily. She states this is the same dose as I had previously because the ER formula "keeps 500mg active in your system all day". This just ...

Are there ANY OTC brands of Acetaminophen/Phenyltoloxamine anymore?

Posted 28 Jun 2013 by miltyakridge 1 answer

This is the only pain reliever that seems to work for my sister; until the formulation changed, she used Percogesic.

Pregnancy + migraine - safe to use CAFFEBOL (Paracetamol 500mg + 50mg caffeine + 10mg codeine)?

Posted 16 Aug 2014 by zcherus 1 answer

Basically every country has a brand or generic variation of this formulation Is it safe to use during pregnancy for someone who has severe migraine attacks. (She doesn't plan on using them regularly, only when the pain is too intense, ie in worst attacks, normally she would take pure ...

Name of brand name of fast dissolving tablet of aceclofenac?

Posted 15 May 2013 by amit0189 1 answer

sir/madam my self amit bansal M. pharma student (pharmaceutics). i am want to name of any market formulation/or band name of fast dissolving tablet of ACECLOFENAC.

How to medicate BelocZok XR tablets, patient with PEG tube?

Posted 22 Jan 2015 by ozmen 1 answer

Tablets are not soluble and it clogs the tube entry. Also it is not advised to crush extended release tablets. Is there any soluble, liquid or powder formulation for metoprolol?

Ionil T worked for me for 40 years, but no more. Formulation has been changed Why did they do that?

Posted 19 Oct 2017 by UserTarShampoo 1 answer

When I used my latest purchase of Ionil T, my scalp begn itching instantly. That led me to look at the bottle. It no longer says, although it used to, 'non-ionic' and the ingredients list includes laureth-4 and laureth-23. They weren't there originally and I doubt they were in the ...

Insomnia - I've read a number of posts from people complaining that generic ambien doesn't work the?

Posted 22 Jan 2014 by Raggaemon 1 answer

... same. A generic drug must contain the same active ingredients as the original formulation. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), generic drugs are identical or within an acceptable bioequivalent range to the brand-name counterpart with respect to pharmacokinetic and ...

How much amount of super disintegrant can be used in formulation of 1mg entecavir tablets?

Posted 20 Oct 2014 by nagadeepthi 1 answer

super disintegrants like crospovidone and sodium starch glycolate and maximum daily dose and acceptable daily intake for the above mentioned super disintegrants in entecavir monohydrate formulation.

Is it true that generic formulations of drugs have a plus & minus limit on the level of ingredients?

Posted 26 Oct 2014 by rstrap47 1 answer

if that is correct, then is it also true that SOMETIMES the original creator of the formulation can be the most pure formulation and some of the generic forms may be of lessor purity.

If a drug manufacturer changes its formulation, shouldn't the pharmacist warn the consumer before s?

Posted 6 Mar 2016 by kngrthor 1 answer

Pharmacies should notify the consumer when a manufacturer changes its formulation. There may be adverse effects, such allergies to any of my the component

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