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How long does it take METFORMIN to help me lose weight?

Posted 15 Dec 2011 28 answers

I have been diagnosed with insulin resistance Nov 2011. Taking METFORMIN, HCL ER 2000mg (since 11/4/11 worked my way up to full dose). Been on full dose for 2.5 weeks now. No weight loss. I am keeping total daily carbs under 45grams per day. Total calories < 1400. PROTEIN = 60-80GRAMS PER DAY. ...

Is 100 mg of diphenhydramine hcl for a sleep aid safe and if not, what is the maximum allowed?

Posted 27 Mar 2018 4 answers

I took two 50mg capsules thinking they were 25mg each (that is I took 100mg instead of 50mg) and it was the only thing that put me into a nice 6 hour sleep which I have not had for weeks! If it is acceptable I will try to take this to finally get some good sleep!

Why shouldn't you lie down within 10 minutes of taking Clindamycin?

Posted 25 Nov 2013 5 answers

I have been taking Clindamycin HCL for 3 days, I noticed a pain in my chest as in heart burn, nothing I eat made sense, and I never usually have heart burn. I read the label and it said not to lie down within 10 minutes. Last night I waited about an 1.5 hour before lying down after taking ...

Time released vs. Immediate released?

Posted 14 Aug 2013 8 answers

I am a bit confused. My doctor gave me 15mg Oxycodone HCL which from my research is oxycottin? Which from my understanding is the same as percocet, just without the acetaminophen and it's time released. Correct? Here is where I am really confused, I was originally taking 10/325 oxycodone ...

Is tramadol hcl 50mg a narcotic?

Posted 28 Jun 2011 14 answers

Is Tramadol HCL an opiate?

Posted 23 Mar 2013 9 answers

Recently prescribed Tramadol for Fibromyalgia pain. Also take Cymbalta. Reading up on Tramadol makes it sound like it is addictive and maybe should not be used with anti-depressants like Cymbalta. II don't really feel any immediate reaction to taking it, but I have noticed after taking it ...

Who has taken the new 2015 Brand Oxycontin vs. Generic (Oxycodone HCL ER)? Do they work?

Posted 30 Jan 2015 19 answers

Hello! Im in my 60's and for the past 14 years have suffered with severe Fibromyalgia and nw I have Arthritis!:( After trying many. many meds, the Brand Oxycontin works the best fir my pain and quality of life. Now my Insurance company is charging $250. per month and I can't pay that! ...

Overdose - what would be the consequences to consuming about 60 cyclobenzaprine hcl 10mg, and 70...

Posted 6 Mar 2011 12 answers

... tramadol hcl 50mg tabs all, at the same time?

Is tramadol hcl 50 mg a narcotic?

Posted 18 Sep 2014 4 answers

Can I use tramadol 50mg HCL for Tooth Pain?

Posted 22 Oct 2010 2 answers

Does tramadol hcl 50mg show up in drug urine test ?

Posted 10 Sep 2013 2 answers

Does Tramadol HCL 50mg contain APAP (acetaminophen)?

Posted 27 Apr 2012 5 answers

If so how much. I see a possible APAP overdose potential? I sometimes take APAP 500mg tabs 2 to relieve pain. When it is ineffective I take 2 Tramadol HCL 50mg tabs. One site mentions Tramadol/Acetamenophen as a tablet. Knowing the potential for hepatic damage with APAP overdose I need to know if ...

My pharmacy just switched my Effexor XR 75 mg to this generic - venlafaxine HCL 75mg - Is this ok?

Posted 2 Aug 2010 20 answers

For the several days I have taken the new one venlafaxine. I have been extremely dizzy. I have often had low levels of "vertigo" but this is off the charts. Could it be caused by this med change? Is it a problem to be concerned about?

Does Clindamycin HCL usually make a patient very tired?

Posted 8 Oct 2012 18 answers

I've been taking it for three days now and it's almost impossible to keep my eyes open, even after taking my Vyvanse prescribed to me for ADHD. Is this normal?

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