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Intestinal Obstruction - Anyone with bowel blockages, drink Coke,it works after reading research on?
Posted 6 Aug 2016 by • 6 answers
... Google, I am pain free a
Posted 28 May 2015 by • 3 answers
Iam looking into medication that will help me with my weight loss. I currently need to lose 60lb. My dr suggested saxenda or belviqu ithink thatis how you spellit. But after doing my research I foundthat this medication might be more effective. I am curious of how much it would cost me monthly. I ...
Posted 7 Feb 2016 by • 1 answer
I did some research and already read a few articles about this subject. There are some cases which females can have it for years. Sometimes women can be asymptomatic, that's why they don't realise that they have gonorrhea. It's also possible for men to have no symptoms as well. If ...
Posted 13 days ago by • 1 answer
I am a 23 year old female suffering from IA. I actually recently discovered what my problem was called and I’ve been doing a lot of research about it with no answers. I’m basically alone with this because no one understands what I’m going thru not even my parents. I’m so ...
Tramadol - I have been on 150mg twice a day slow release for 5 years for chronic back pain. The last
Posted 3 Feb 2018 by • 1 answer
... 6 months I've got down to 100mg slow release twice a day. I've done so much research and just want off this medication due to interaction with other meds I take! So I've slowly tried 100mg one in the morning for 4 days the 4th day all the withdrawals hit me and I took one at ...
Posted 24 May 2017 by • 5 answers
Hi! I don't know much about mental health other than my own research. I've been on a medication circus ride for a couple years with little improvement. I suffer from depression, anxiety, ADD, 3 kids (lol) 0 motivation, 0 self confidence, racing thoughts, mood swings, irritability. I have ...
Posted 11 Jan 2016 by • 6 answers
I am currently on antidepressants (sertraline 100mg)and I'm suffering with really bad back pain. I've got some tramadol but on doing some research I've come across the risks of serotonin syndrome. If I only take 50mg of tramadol am I at much risk?
Posted 22 Oct 2017 by • 2 answers
Today is my first of the XL 150 mg. I've done research, asked some questions as a I didn't know everything to ask. I'm sensitive to all meds so the lowest dose to start is always best & usually works fine. Is this the lowest start dose because I've seen 75mg doses in reading ...
Posted 10 Nov 2016 by • 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?
Is there a way to control the rash/itching side effect of tramadol? Tramadol works well for my pain?
Posted 3 Jul 2018 by • 1 answer
but the rash and itching make it intolerable. Benadryl doesn't work well for me in controlling the itching. Is there any research or experience on controlling the rash?
Posted 24 Mar 2015 by • 1 answer
I have been taking Lipitor for over 8 years and after doing research found out many of my painful muscles could be side effect. Stopped it and felt so much better but now cholesterol in high 300's Dr started on 5mg of Crestor and pain returning very bad again. Dr stopped for now but wants to ...
Posted 26 Mar 2015 by • 1 answer
I've done a lot of research on this and found that it's ok to take while breastfeeding. What would you say about it?
Posted 12 Aug 2015 by • 3 answers
Hiya, Need to research these for a paper - wondering if anyone knows of any medications that might combine to cause night terrors in someone who has mild PTSD.
Posted 4 Sep 2015 by • 6 answers
I was given gabapentin for nerve pain and found out it also relieved anxiety without a drugged up feeling so I talked to my pychiatrist and she was happy to prescribe. I have done some research and read effects can wear off fast so if you take as prescribed and do not abuse I hope that is not the ...
Posted 3 Mar 2016 by • 2 answers
My therapist has suggested that I take naltrexone for my BED. I told him I would research it and get back to him next week. This appears to be a valid off-label use for naltrexone, and it doesn't appear to have many side effects... however, it looks like bulimic patients need a high does ...