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Posted 10 Nov 2016 by pamelamikal • 6 answers
Doctor wants me to think about adding an SNRI to my regimen. Stress and anxiety getting to be too much and making me even more paranoid and OCD. He asked me to go home and do some research and let him know what ones seem good to me. Any suggestions?
Posted 11 Sep 2016 by Christamarina • 1 answer
mg of WelbutrinXL once a day. I was thinking about adding on Rexulti?
Posted 23 Aug 2016 by dextrose • 0 answers
I was prescribed pep after one exposure ie insertive penile vaginal intercourse. My doctor prescribed me Atazanavir and Tenofovie as the pep regimen. However, the pharmacy mistakenly gave me Combivir instead of Tenofovir and advised that i should take one table orally per day together with the ...
Posted 5 Aug 2016 by Debs21uk • 0 answers
Hi, I just saw a psychiatrist today who wants to add in seroquel to my current regimen of 30mg citalopram. I know it's mainly an anti-psychotic but the dose I will be on is 25mg and is an add in treatment for the anxiety I'm experiencing on top of my depression. I'm just wondering ...
Posted 30 May 2016 by Effingcrazy • 2 answers
... increased appetite, short temper, and fits of violence. I'm taking it as a part of an anti-anxiety/mood stabilization regimen. It's a holiday weekend and I am pretty scared. I'm not going to take another dose and will go to see my PCP in the morning (appointment or none). Am I ...
Posted 16 Apr 2016 by thenewjgp • 1 answer
I have a fairly extensive regimen. These plls were found loose at the bottom of the tote I use to store all of meds. In addition to the fact that my daily regimen is extensive I am essentially broke, so I am trying to identify if these are "essential/must have" (like my diabetes meds) or ...
Posted 17 Mar 2016 by ljtilton • 0 answers
I have Atypical Trigeminal Neuralgia which causes migraine type headaches. I've had them pretty much under control thanks to a wonderful neurologist and a drug regimen. I started using Soolantra recently and have had a continuous headache for over a week. Nothing has helped. Will discontinue ...
Posted 13 Dec 2015 by Lucky1948 • 2 answers
... the Harvoni in late November , virus non detectable. Survived the heart attack & doing fine , Very thankful for the Harvoni ... and , to be alive! Anyone else had heart problems while taking Harvoni ?
Posted 3 Jan 2016 by jimgee53 • 2 answers
... over time. I was initially prescribed the drug in 2008 for GAD (low dosage of 10 mg) by my GP, and since then have been off and on the SSRI regimen. I am currently not using (for about two months now) and am experiencing some of the same issues (anxiety, some insomnia, sense of malaise). My ...
Posted 8 Jan 2016 by emkate • 0 answers
Hi, I currently take monophasic birth control pills, combined and I've been taking them for around 3 years. I've never missed a pill. I am about to start an antifungal tablet regimen for about a week. I know that antibiotics decrease the effectiveness of birth control pills, however ...
Posted 18 Oct 2015 by TxDad • 0 answers
Posted 17 Aug 2015 by JHPrednisone • 2 answers
My 87 year old father has been on a long term regimen of prednisone for treatment of his arthritis (15+ years). His new doctor has stopped the prednisone last year. He has had a chronic cough and congestion for about a year and antibiotics, inhalers, etc. have not cleared up the condition. Can the ...
Posted 2 Sep 2015 by Stardust451 • 1 answer
I'm 54 yrs, female. First day of Sovaldi/Ribavirin. Ribavirin 1200 mg daily, 1 Sovaldi. Received blood (20 units)between 1978-1987. Had several surgeries since March. Last one May 15, big toe fusion and brevis tendon repair and removed ankle bone piece to put in toe. Still in physical therapy ...
Posted 26 Jul 2015 by Melbaebe • 1 answer
I have been on it for a month and my face WENT CRAZY. i was actually doing pretty good with my skin regimen and my face was clear and as soon as i started it broke me out all over my face. on places i do not even usually break out in.