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What is best treatment for bed sores?

Posted 13 Jan 2013 by kemble77 5 answers

man had refused to allow caregivers to move him when allowed two and a half days later man has bed sores what now is best treatment man weighs 270 pounds?

Do Zara birth control tablets mess up your period?

Posted 18 days ago by sassy_angel 0 answers

When my healthcare changed my birth control from Yasmin to zara, my period went to from a light 3day period to a heavy 14 day period that is frustrating. I switched back to Yasmin but it will not go back to how it was its not reverting back but staying the same as if i were on Zara. I told my doc ...

Vancomycin - Does anyone else have discomfort in their back/chest when taking this drug? Any?

Posted 2 Apr 2017 by sophieanne 0 answers

... suggestons on how to deal with it? My health care providers don't have any idea

Is there a PCA dosing "button" available for those with mobility impairment?

Posted 30 Mar 2017 by coryg 0 answers

Hello, I'm a healthcare buyer with a question. Looking for a pca "button" for individuals who have limited use of their hands. Is there such an animal?

Can you get pregnant after being on birth control and taking morning after pill?

Posted 10 Jan 2013 by Olivia1512 2 answers

I was taking Microgestin Fe1/20 for one straight month never missing a pill and taking it at the same time every day. My healthcare provider switched me to Microgestin Fe 1.5/30 due to the fact I bled for a whole month. Eight days into my new pack of pills my boyfriend and I had unprotected sex and ...

Soma - Why does the DEA need to be in our healthcare business ?

Posted 27 Jan 2017 by Marley T 1 answer

I took Soma it has been a lifesaver for me .My healthcare provider took me off due to how dangerous it is ??? I'm not able to have much quality of Life without Soma the pain I suffer on a daily basis is unbearable! Now I spend all of my nights awake crying in pain at the hands of our screwed ...

Effexor and tramadol?

Posted 17 Oct 2016 by jayice 1 answer

I am due to start venlafaxine this evening, also reducing my amitriptyline. I fear that my health care providers may have over looked the fact I'm also taking tramadol. Am I being over cautious, as interactions on this site state a major side effect :(

Birth Control Pills - I recently switched birth control. I am a Sunday starter, I switched?

Posted 8 Oct 2016 by ashleybrrn 0 answers

... healthcare plan and under my current one they would not cover my old birth control. After having to find one that my insurance would cover, I was never able to start my new pack of birth control. It has now been almost a week since I should have started my new pack. Can I start my new birth ...

Magnetic Resonance Angiography - If I was treated by a physician at my college health care center?

Posted 17 Oct 2016 by Nore 0 answers

... and the infection cleared up , would I still need to be hospitalized if he didn't advise it

Statin dosages: My health care provider says that body weight is not taken into account, only?

Posted 28 Jul 2016 by statincurious 0 answers

cholesterol level and risk factors. But doesn't body weight impact how any drug affects a person? I think that since I am a small person I should take less. Can anyone explain why this may be wrong in the case of statins? Also is it true that starting at a lower dose and raising it if desired ...

Oh my goodness! I'm not sure if I am happy or sad that I have found this site. It is blessing to?

Posted 29 Apr 2016 by Muthew 5 answers

know that all of these issues and side effects are not just in my head like so many health care providers and family members have made me feel. I have been battling fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome/ibs and medicine side effects for over five years now. Mine started with a tetanus shot that I ...

I was diagnosed with an umbilical hernia. It's getting worse. I went to the E.R. but the only thing?

Posted 30 Jun 2016 by umbilical hernia 0 answers

... they could do was refer me too a surgeon. Have no insurance and cannot afford it. I tried government health care providers but they said I don't qualify. Any suggestions what I can try now too get my surgery done?

Coverage for amitriptyline varies widely - 25 mg?

Posted 8 Apr 2016 by gfmucci 0 answers

United Health Care considers amitriptyline a Tier 4 drug; very pricey. Freedom Health in Florida considers amitriptyline a Tier 1 drug, free Why the big disparity between two insurer? I could understand possibly a one tier difference. But a three tier difference is strange. Does drug coverage by ...

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