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Analgesics (Pain Killers)

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Analgesics are drugs that relieve pain. Analgesics include paracetamol, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), narcotic drugs, synthetic drugs with narcotic properties and various others. On this forum, you can talk about acetaminophen, aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen sodium, buprenorphine, diamorphine (heroin), fentanyl, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, methadone, morphine, opium, oxycodone, tramadol, and other analgesics.

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Suboxone and Shortness of Breath

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how long is Suboxone 8mg good after expiration date?

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ambien and suboxone

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by supaspice21581

Hospice cocktail morphine and lorazapham

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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN METHADONE AND METHADOSE

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methadose vs methadone

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by katleen480

Does ibuprofen make you tired?

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Using Marijuana While on Methadone

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by kma61005

Combining Tramadol (100mg) with Xanax (Generic) - any experiences ?

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weight gain on methadone vs. weightgain on suboxone

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Antacids

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  • 423 Posts

Antacids neutralize stomach acid and relieve indigestion and heartburn. Some commonly used brand names are: Alamag, Almacone, Alu-Cap, Antacid Gelcaps, Calglycine, Dicarbosil, Di-Gel, Gelusil, Losopan, Maalox, Magnalox, Mi-Acid, Mygel, Nephrox, Riopan, and Uro-Mag. Whichever you are using or are thinking of using, talk about it here.

Antianxiety Drugs (Sedatives)

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  • 2049 Posts

Antianxiety drugs depress the central nervous system and suppress anxiety, sleepiness and relax muscles. They are also called downers or minor tranquilizers. When abused, many of these drugs can lead to unconsciousness and death. Sedatives include: barbiturates, benzodiazepines, carisoprodol, glutethimide, ketamine (Ketaset®), opioids, opium, and zopiclone. Talk about all antianxiety drugs on this forum.

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Adderall Miracle Drug for Anxiety, Depression

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by Gail Darlene

Lexapro gives me energy

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by shoniefrog35301

cymbalta akathisia--can you reinstate to cure it?????

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drug screen not showing clonazepam

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by teptep

Zoloft brain damage

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by JCastro181620

LEXAPRO AND DIET PILLS

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klonopin and hair loss

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by Divah21149

Effexor & stomach problems, cancer?

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Valium vs. Xanax

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Is Klonopin better than Ativan?

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Antiarrhythmics

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  • 191 Posts

Antiarrhythmics control heartbeat irregularities. Antiarrhythmics include Betapace (sotalol), Cardizem (diltiazem), Covera (verapamil), Inderal (propranolol), Isoptin (verapamil), Pacerone (amiodarone), Ethmozine (moricizine), Lopressor (metoprolol), Mexitil (mexiletine), Norpace (disopyramide), Procanbid (procainamide), Pronestyl (procainamide), Quinidex Extentabs (quinidine sulfate), Rythmol (propafenone), Tambocor (flecainide), Tenormin (atenolol), Tiazac (diltiazem), Tikosyn (dofetilide), Tonocard (tocainide), Toprol XL (metoprolol). Are you using any of these drugs? This is the place to discuss them.

Does flecainide make you tired?

by silvanus39567567

amiodarone VS digoxin for controlling AF?

by hunfredo42097

Rythmol or ablation for atrial fibrillation?

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by corrianne46512

How dangerous a drug is amiodarone?

by armand47458

What can happen if you drink alcohol while on Sotalol?

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Skin Issues while on Sotalol?

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by synelga

For what heart conditions you can use Cordarone?

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Antibiotics

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  • 2188 Posts

Antibiotics combat bacterial infection. Antibiotics include Penicillin, Cephalosporin, Polymyxin B, Amphotericin B, Erythromycin, Neomycin, Streptomycin, Tetracycline, Vancomycin, Gentamicin, and Rifamycin. Discuss your prescriptions and side effects here.

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Anticoagulants prevent blood from clotting while Thrombolytics dissolve and disperse blood clots. Anticoagulants include Warfarin, Heparin, Certoparin, Bivalirudin, Dalteparin, Enoxaparin etc. Thrombolytics include t-PA, reteplase, tenecteplase, anistreplase, streptokinase and urokinase. Talk about them on this forum.

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This forum is the place to discuss anticonvulsants, which prevent epileptic seizures. Anticonvulsants include Barbiturates ( Barbexaclone, Metharbital, Methylphenobarbital, Phenobarbital, Primidone), Hydantoins (Ethotoin, Fosphenytoin, Mephenytoin, Phenytoin), Oxazolidinediones (Ethadione, Paramethadione, Trimethadione),Succinimides (Ethosuximide, Mesuximide, Phensuximide), Benzodiazepines (Clobazam, Clonazepam, Clorazepate, Diazepam, Lorazepam, Midazolam, Nitrazepam, Temazepam), Carboxamides (Carbamazepine, Oxcarbazepine, Rufinamide), Fatty acid derivatives (Valpromide, Valnoctamide), Carboxylic acids (Valproic acid (Sodium valproate & Valproate semisodium). That’s a lot of drugs to deal with! Whichever one(s) you are on, you can talk about your experiences here.

What would happen if I drank alcohol while taking Gabapentin?

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Clonazepam and Klonopin Withdrawal - Musicman Posts

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does keppra help headaches

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lamactil withdrawal symptons

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Epilim CR 200

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Has anyone use Neurontin/Gabapentin for Bipolar or Anxiety?

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klonopin caused tardive dyskinesia

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how long do withdrawl symptoms last with klonopin?

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Antidepressants

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Are you on antidepressants, about to start, or hoping to come off them? Antidepressants can be divided into the following classes: Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), Tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs), Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), Serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs), Norepinephrine/noradrenaline reuptake inhibitors (NRIs aka NERIs/NARIs), Dopamine reuptake inhibitors (DRIs), Opioids, Selective serotonin reuptake enhancers (SSREs), Novel antidepressants and Tetracyclic antidepressants. Discuss the benefits and disadvantages of different types of antidepressants on this forum, and share your experience.

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Effexor Class Action Lawsuit

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Hair loss 6 months after coming off Effexor

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by mel1027

How long do Trazodone withdrawal symptoms last?

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by Tracy

Zoloft Withdrawal Nightmare

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by sarah0729155883

Stopped prozac - how long before weight comes off/metabolism

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by stefandang31685

taking Topamax & Wellbutrin together

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by newbie

dizzy and lightheaded from Lexapro withdrawal

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can i mix paxil w/ alcohol

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painful acne & effexor

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How To Reduce Effexor Withdrawal Symptoms

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by Jenny3481

Antidiarrheals are drugs used for the relief of diarrhea. There are two types: those that thicken the stool (Kaolin/pectin and bismuth subsalicylate ) and those that slow intestinal spasms (iphenoxylate/atropine, difenoxin/atropine, and loperamide). Talk about them here.

Immodium - long term use & Withdrawal symptoms

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by Brooke4361

long term effects of immodium

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Do chewable pepto Bismol tablets give you a black tongue?

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how long does imodium take to work?

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Immodium Side Effects

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Taking immodium regularly

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Immodium

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how can I leave lomotil?

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Antiemetics (Nausea relief)

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  • 418 Posts

This forum is dedicated to antiemetics — which treat nausea and vomiting. Antiemetics include 5HT3 receptor (type of serotonin receptor) antagonists, Dopamine antagonists, Antihistamines and Cannabinoids.

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gravol addiction

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gravol addiction

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addicted to gravol

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How can I get some marinol legally?

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Is it safe to use Emetrol during the first pregnancy?

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how good is gravol for a six hour sleep

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Have you had sucess using Marinol for migraines?

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by kerri31055

Antifungals

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  • 453 Posts

Antifungals are used to treat fungal infections that affect the hair, skin, nails, or mucous membranes. They can be divided into Polyene antimycotic (Natamycin, Rimocidin), imidazole and triazole (Miconazole, Ketoconazole, Clotrimazole), Allylamines (Terbinafine, Amorolfine and Naftifine), Echinocandin (Anidulafungin, Caspofungin) and others.

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Antihistamines (Anti-Allergen)

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Come to this forum to look for information about antihistamines, drugs that counteract the effects of histamine, a chemical involved in allergic reactions. Also feel free to share your experiences with specific antihistamines, or give advice to others.

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Could Claritin affect my sense of smell?

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how much diphenhydramine is an overdose?

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Does Fexofenadine (Allegra) cause depression?

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which is stronger: doxylamine succinate or diphenhydramine?

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by carver38597

drug reaction pimple rash pseudoephedrine

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Best medicine for skin Allergy and rashes?

by Jose Bell365519

Antihypertensives lower blood pressure. Blood pressure lowering drugs can be divided into diuretics, beta-blockers, calcium channel blockers, ACE (angiotensin-converting enzyme) inhibitors, centrally acting antihypertensives and sympatholytics. Come here to share which work for you, and what your side effects are.

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mixing ritalin and clonidine?

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Spironolactone and trying to conceive

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by lauriecs

topamax and being constantly hungry

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by starving

ADHD and Sleep Melatonine or Clonidine?

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Anyone gained weight as a side effect of sotalol?

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by eugine66966819

hydrochlorothiazide causing weight gain

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by guest123

SWOLLEN FEET

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by tracina69

Clonidine for autism?

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stomach problems with topamax

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Anti-Inflammatories

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Anti-Inflammatory drugs reduce inflammation and its symptoms like redness, heat, swelling, and increased blood flow found in infections. Anti-Inflammatories include Aspirin, Diclofenac, Ibuprofen, Indomethacin, Ketoprofen, Naproxen, ansd Tiaprofenic.

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Is hair loss a really common side effect of Meloxicam?

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recommended Mobic (Meloxicam) dosage

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Remicade and absent mindness

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Singulair and weight gain

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Could ibuprofen stop periods temporarily?

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Can ibuprofen cause a miscarriage?

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taking 800mg of ibuprofen can possebly cause miscarriage for 8-9 weeks pregnant?

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by the journeyman

Accutane and destroyed lips 5 years after "the cure"

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by snafse28013

accutane and impotence

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by cj

Antineoplastics are drugs that treat cancer — inhibit or prevent the growth or development of malignant cells. They include alkylating agents, antibiotics, antimetabolites and antimitotic agents. Cytotoxics can be also used as antineoplastics. Ask questions or look for information about antineoplastics here.

Side effects of taking taking enbrel and methotrexate?

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by Guest

Anybody actually purchased Dichloroacetate (DCA)?

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by auberon25834

Zofran addiction?

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lupron causing immune problems

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The truth about Methotrexate

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I heard people are using DCA, any info on that one?

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by blayne19435

Chemotherapy Teeth Problems?

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Antipsychotics treat symptoms of severe psychiatric disorders. They are divided into typical (Phenothiazines and Butyrophenones), atypical (Clozapine, Olanzapine, Risperidone, etc) and Dopamine partial agonists (Aripiprazole).

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Quiting Seroquel cold turkey.

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seroquel bad withdrawals and symptoms

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Risperidone Emotional Flatness

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medication reactions to tanning beds

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Risperidone "Flat"

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Lithium and risperdal combination

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lamictal hypothyroid

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singulair and menstrual

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stomach pain associated with lithium

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Seroquel and alcohol

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by Donna

Antipyretics reduce fever, so they’re also known simply as fever reducers). The most common antipyretics are the painkillers aspirin and acetaminophen (also known as paracetamol and tylenol).

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Could aspirin cause a miscarriage?

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What happens if you take Aspirin while on Coumadin?

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can paracetamol cause diarrhea?

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best medicine for cold,headache,temperature and body pain available in India

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by drhoshangabade

Any risks related to Paracetamol long-term use?

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umbilical hernia-Is surgery avoidable?

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by lijiammu302924

I used paracetamol for a long time, but developed an allergy to it

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by katkat349113

Antivirals

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  • 685 Posts

Antivirals treat viral infections or protect against influenza. Antivirals include anti-herpesvirus agents (Aciclovir, Cidofovir, Docosanol, Famciclovir), anti-influenza agents (Amantadine, Oseltamivir, Peramivir, Rimantadine, Zanamivir), and antiretroviral drugs. Come in here to discuss them!

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Does Hepsera prevent virus from replication?

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Interferon (Pegasus) Side Effects

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Does zovirax cream really work for lip cold sores?

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ColdMD lawsuit, why was it pulled out of market?

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Hepsera for HEP c?

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Is it safe to drink alcohol when taking famvir for shingles?

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can valtrex be bought over the counter?

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Barbiturates (Sleeping Drugs)

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  • 777 Posts

Barbiturates act as central nervous system (CNS) depressants, causing mild sedation to anesthesia. Some barbiturates are: Amobarbital (Sodium Amytal; hypnotics), Aprobarbital (hypnotic), Butabarbital (hypnotics), Butalbital (Fiorinal; sedative), Hexobarbital (Sombulex; hypnotic/anesthetic), Methylphenobarbital (Mebaral; antianxiety, anticonvulsant), Pentobarbital (Nembutal; hypnotic), Phenobarbital (Luminal; hypnotic, sedative, anticonvulsant), Secobarbital (Seconal; hypnotic), Sodium thiopental, Talbutal (Lotusate; hypnotic) and Thiobarbital (anesthetic). Talk about them on this forum!

Can you buy Ambien without a prescription?

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by napoleon42842

Strongest sleeping pill

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Been taking high doses of Diphenhydramine

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by lyndsey52013

Which is better for sleep, Ambien, Valium or Phenergan?

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Provigil and hair loss

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by Ashlee25

Trazodone for sleeping problem.

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by mnking13

Beta-Blockers

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  • 350 Posts

Beta blockers are used to treat high blood pressure and heart problems. Some beta blockers are Atenolol, Metoprolol and Propranolol. Come here to discuss how your beta-blockers are working for you and what side effects you are experiencing.

nadolol

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WEIGHT GAIN/CIPLACTIN

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Beta blockers and constant lightheadedness

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Memory loss while on beta-blockers

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Weight gain after taking beta blockers, depressed because of my stroke

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by Your Majesty

What are ingredients of beta blocker Cardicor?

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by - La Yl La-349473

What heart diseases you can treat with Acebutolol?

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by Acebutolol

Are Cardicor Side Effects Putting Your Health at Risk?

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Bronchodilators

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  • 373 Posts

Bronchodilators open up the bronchial tubes within the lungs when the tubes have become narrowed by muscle spasms. Bronchodilators can be short acting or long acting. The most common bronchodilators are Ventolin, Primatene (epinephrine), Flixotide, Serevent, Accu-Hale, and Albuterol.

combivent and advair

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What's the difference between asthma treatments, Ventolin and Asmol?

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advair withdrawal

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What is the difference between Salbutamol and Albuterol?

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albuterol inhaler causing problems?

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singulair, weight gain and precocious puberty

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by grizzon

Fertility and Albuterol

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Corticosteroids are drugs related to cortisol, a hormone produced in the adrenal cortex. Corticosteroids are used primarily as anti-inflammatories but could be also used for treating some malignancies or natural hormone deficiency. Corticosteroid Drugs Include: Betamethasone (Celestone), Budesonide (Entocort EC), Cortisone (Cortone), Dexamethasone (Decadron), Hydrocortisone (Cortef), Prednisolone (Prelone), Prednisone (Deltasone) and Triamcinolone (Kenacort, Kenalog).

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CORTIZONE INJECTIONS IN THE NECK

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Had cortisone injection yesterday am didn't sleep last night

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by abj326

steroid injection site deformation

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by Peggy Lee29962

Hydrocortisone and Hair Loss

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by Yoyomomina304421

Side Effects Of Cortisone Injections

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Does Flonase cause migraine headaches?

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hiccups after cortisone shots

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by oneeconomist

Emotional effects of Cortisone injections...

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cortisone shot hitting the nerve-pain ever since

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by general47

Cough suppressants may act centrally on the brain or locally on the respiratory tract to suppress the cough reflex. Cough suppressants include dextromethorphan (DXM), noscapine, ethyl morphine and codeine. Expectorants thin the mucus that blocks the air tubes leading to the lungs. This makes the mucus easier to cough up. The most common expectorant is Guaifenesin.

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Is anyone else allergic to Dextromethorphan?

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by griffie38331

discontining cophylac drops

by kial31629

Does Vaporub work on Acne?

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Does Noscapine reduce cough?

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Does Nyquil contain any NSAIDS?

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Does Vick's vaporub works on toe nail fungus?

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Decongestants reduce swelling of the mucus membranes and relieve nasal congestion. Topical decongestants include ephedrine, oxymetazoline, phenylephrine, Pseudoephedrine, Tramazoline and Xylometazoline. Pill form decongestants include pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine. There are also OTC nose sprays and drops. Which decongestant do you use? Discuss it here.

Immunosuppressives

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  • 278 Posts

Immunosuppressives prevent or reduce the body's normal reaction to invasion by disease or foreign tissues. They are used to treat autoimmune diseases and to help prevent rejection of organ transplants. Zathioprine, adrenal corticosteroid hormones, and cyclosporin are the most widely used immunosuppressive drugs.

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Cortisone shot 1 week ago, would it cause muscle aches

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Imuran for Ulcerative Colitis

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Anyone else had nightmares from Copaxone?

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fingers spasm - 5 days after, there is some pain and twitching

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Does Prednisone make you urinate more?

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side effects of prednisone

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by kristen_153587153587

Copaxone vs interferons regarding side effects?

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by laurent34961429

imuran (azathioprine) or methotrexate for Bowel disease

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by yale45499

Immunosuppressives and HIV

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Should I breastfeed while taking my Copaxone?

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Laxatives

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  • 417 Posts

Laxatives are drugs used to relieve constipation. Laxatives include bulk-forming laxatives, lubricants, stool softeners, saline laxatives, stimulant laxatives and combinations. Use this forum to discuss the laxative of your choice.

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Mucous after taking metamucil.

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by Roseyoh

Dulcolax tablets

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is castor oil usp the same as regular castor oil?

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can i take 15 dulcolax tablets a day to stay slim?

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is dulcolax safe to take during pregnancy?

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Child accidentally swallow 1 dulcolax tablet

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by kay

Using Glycerin Suppositories?

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by denys33671

Muscle Relaxants

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  • 807 Posts

Muscle Relaxants are drugs that relieve muscle spasm. You have centrally-acting muscle relaxants like Benzodiazepines and Methocarbamol as well as smooth muscle relaxants like dicyclomine. There are several other skeletal muscle relaxants: Baclofen, Carisoprodol, Chlorzoxazone, Cyclobenzaprine, Dantrolene, Metaxalone, Orphenadrine, Pancuronium and Tizanidine. Discuss the pros, cons and side effects of various muscle relaxants.

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flexeril with suboxone?

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muscle relaxants and stimulants

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Can you fail a drug test for soma (Carisoprodol)?

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Is methocarbamol 750mg stronger or weaker than soma?

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Tramadol and Flexeril at the same time????

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will cyclobenzaprine effect parkinson medicine

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Flexeril and mini strokes

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Prescription Stimulants

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  • 4733 Posts

Prescription stimulants are drugs that make you more alert and wakeful. They stimulate both the central nervous system and sympathetic nervous system and often produce euphoric feelings. Stimulants are used to treat narcolepsy and other sleep disorders and help patients with ADD or ADHD. The most used stimulants are Ritalin, Concerta, Adderall and Adderall XR although there are some improved drugs called eugeroics. Modafinil and adrafinil, marketed as Provigil and Olmifon belong to this class.

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Could Adderall Be Causing Depression?

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Concerta 54mg & Remeron

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by Debrina

mixing medications adderall ambien

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Inflamed Sore Mouth after taking Adderall

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by texasgirl8817

Chronic Pain and Adderall

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Does adderall shrink your penis? How long afterwards does a

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by banone50135

Adderall - long term addiction and tolerance?; better altern

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My strattera experiences

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concerta and weight gain

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Other Drugs

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  • 6746 Posts

The drugs and medication section of SteadyHealth has a huge number of different forums — but there are still some medications that aren’t covered under any of them. If you are looking for information about drugs that ARE NOT LISTED on any of the other forums, you can post here.

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Can Novocaine cause cold symptoms?

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Allergic reaction to tetanus shot?

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PROVERA TO STOP ABNORMAL BLEEDING?

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Protandim

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My arm is in severe pain after tetanus shot!!

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cocaine and weed, anxiety attack and racing heartbeat

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by lanoche107075

side effects from manatech

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