Displaying 45 questions associated with OTC.
My husband has been prescribed Potassium CL 10 mEq ER, 1 Tab 2X Day because he has also been prescribed Furosemide (aka Lasik) 40 mg, 1 Tab 2X Day for Congestive Heart Failure. My question is if he where to take an OTC Potassium Gluconate 595mg, 2 Tabs 2X Day (4 Tabs Total Daily) is he getting... read more
Published online..Medications & substances causing false positives according to a report by the los angeles times new service, a study of 161 prescription and over the counter medications showed that 65 of them produced false positive results in the most widely administered urine test. Ronald... read more
I am looking for an OTC pain killer such as Advil to take for back pain and occasional arthritis pain. I have just been prescribed Plavix.
I've been taking sumatripitan for eight years and my doctor quit prescribing it because of my age. I am 56. I take naproxen daily for my back but it doesn't help with migraines. Also can't take excederine migraine because of the aspirin. When i get these they last about four days. I... read more
Trazodone - I took 100 mg of trazadone last night and it did not help me sleep at all... in fact, I?
... cried for an hour straight and ended up taking otc sleeping pills to calm me down/fall asleep last night at 1 a.m. I woke up at 4 a.m. with my heart pounding. I asked my doctor for xanax which I have taken in the past to calm my nerves before bed and have never taken more than .25 mg per night.... read more
I am taking Lactulose and it works well for me. My doctor wonders why I would always need it. Miralax doesn't work for me. Is there anything OTC that is comparable to Lactulose so that I don't have to depend on a doctor to get the help I need? Thanks
I take Ketorolac for my migraine headaches but taking one or even two just isn't enough. I have several other Rx meds I take (both as preventative and pain relief) but was wondering if there are OTC meds I can take with the Ketorolac (obviously not Ibuprofen) that might help combat the pain.
I need to take it periodically for vertigo and sometimes it seems as if the OTC brand is not as helpful. Also is there a difference between Meclizine and Meclizine HCL? Thanks for your help.