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Posted 13 Jan 2013 by • 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?
Posted 10 Jan 2013 by • 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 ...
Posted 14 Dec 2013 by • 10 answers
in the winter time even when I put hand cream after I wash my hands I get cracks on my thumbs and fingers and of course it hurts. Any Idea what I can moisturise with that stays on the hands because I still wash my hands often anyhow. Thanks everyone! Smileyhappy :)
Posted 12 Aug 2012 by • 6 answers
I see ibuprofen as a dangerous drug for some like me. After using ibuprofen for several weeks to relieve pain/inflamation, it became known to me that ibuprofen use was the cause of the pain and causing severe acid reflux issues. After a little research, I learned ibuprofen use could cause severe ...
Posted 8 May 2015 by • 2 answers
Presently take 60 mg. Prozac daily. Switching to 10 mg. Brintellix daily. How do I wean off Prozac and start Brintellix? Info health care provider gave does not sound "right" to me.
I have taken sertraline 100 mg for 3 years. My pharmacy changed manufacturers to Accord Health Care?
Posted 14 Aug 2018 by • 2 answers
The new manufacturers sertraline doesn’t seem to be effective. My depression is becoming worse weekly. It says 100 mg but seems it must be weaker. I take 3 - 100mg per day. I keep becoming more tired, lethargic and cry daily
Posted 6 days ago by • 0 answers
I am health care worker for 95yr old woman that uses both products daily and keeps near her bedside and chair. Uses between 8-12 times and believes that only relief to her dry mouth and saliva issues. I have noticed drooling while sleeping, horseness with speech, rash spots on forearms. Can the 2 ...
Posted 2 Dec 2011 by • 2 answers
I have found a new doctor that insists on me being involved in my healthcare which I both approve and respect. I have not had the injections..yet. he has me looking up sarapin vs. Cortisone. What, if any, relief has there been from sarapin?
Posted 20 Dec 2011 by • 1 answer
the drug similiar to amoxicillin that is used in healthcare facilities
My doctor has prescribed Ondansetron for the nausea caused by gallstones. My healthcare provider now
Posted 23 Feb 2012 by • 3 answers
... refuses to pay for it. Is there a similar drug I can get, preferably over the counter? I'm told that the provider will not pay for anything the doctor at my clinic prescribes.
Posted 1 Jul 2014 by • 1 answer
... Jobs require a TB test and when I present them with my doctors letter saying I'm ok to work around others, they seem to not call me back and or say they don't have any current clients for me to work with. What is so ironic is that I think I got the Latent TB from a former client with ...
Posted 2 Dec 2014 by • 1 answer
The healthcare facility that my mother resides in has recently started crushing all of her pills together in the morning. This includes 2 time-release pills - sinemet and Tylenol 650 mg. I am concerned about her being overdosed or at the very least, losing the benefits of the ER. Please advise.
Posted 20 Apr 2015 by • 2 answers
Posted 10 Jan 2011 by • 2 answers
I have about 10 illnesses and conditions listed on my healthcare website let alone the diagnoses that haven't been posted by my providers because they won't affect my treatment plans. Anyway, I have so much to catch up on, I haven't been able to find out about hardly any of it. I ...
Posted 18 Apr 2011 by • 2 answers
They are now testing for it in the nursing and healthcare career field. A statement was posted in the Nurses monthly newspaper in S.C. it said that anybody taking Suboxone would not be allowed to work until they were completely clean of this drug!!! So now we know!! They are looking for it. ...