I'm worried about my girlfriends medication?
- 10 Sep 2013 by nmillman6
- 12 Sep 2013
She's been acting funny and I found different types of medication. Are all 6 of these safe to be taking at once? A few of them said to not mix with other medication but they are all Dr ordered.
Ciprofloxacn 500mg tab - Take one tablet by mouth twice a day
Citalopram 20mg tab - Take one tablet by mouth every day
Sumatriptan 50mg tab - Take 1 tablet by mouth at onset of headache, may repeat 1 time in 2 hours if needed
Proair HFA - Inhale 2 puffs by mouth every 4 hours as needed for shortness of breath for wheezing
Omeprazole 20mg cap - Take one capsule by mouth everyday for stomach
Amitriptylin 25mg - Take one tablet by mouth at bedtime for migraine prevention
Another thing I'm worried about is how her mom has sent her messages demanding her to not tell me about her Dr. visits. She has problems with her control freak parents and they have a tendency to kidnap her here and there.
Can you describe how she is acting? It does make you wonder what her parents are hiding, doesn't it? Does she seem dizzy or confused? Is her speech slurred?
I can't help with the medications. I only know of one of them and I don't know how long you guys have been together but if its a serious relationship and you spend a lot of time together, I think that her mother is way out of of line. You and your girlfriend should be able to talk about anything and her mother should butt out. I have to admit though that I have been in relationships for very long periods and I'm sometimes scared to tell my boyfriend about my medications and my problems. In my family no one believes you should take any medications or even feel the way I do. So I'm always scared the people I meet will freak out and run away. I know I shouldn't be like that but its hard. You seem like a very concerned boyfriend. Maybe if you ask your girlfriend how she is and be very kind and understanding then maybe she will open up to you. I don't know if this is the case but if you guys have been together awhile she should be able to come to you about and tell you what's going on. Maybe mention nicely that you came across the meds and want to make sure she is okay. I wish you the best of luck.
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