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For some reason, I can't get my prescription for Marinol filled. I've been waiting for approximately six months. Can anyone give the name of the Canadian manufacturer or distributor?
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You can only get Marinol with a prescription written from a doctor, nurse practitioner, or physician's assistant.
e., Megace) and dronabinol (i.e., Marinol) can be taken.For that a prescription and consultation of a doctor are mandatory. Hope it helps.Take care and pls do keep me posted on how your son is doing or if you have any additional doubts.Kind regards.
If i have a prescription for alprolozam and I take a xanax will it show up differently on a urine test? I realize Alprolozam is the generic version - other than being cheaper than xanax, what other differences are there. Xanax seems to help me relax as where Alprolozam just makes me tired. I have constant joint/muscle pain from Fibromyalgia. How come I can't get a doctor to prescribe me xanax, but they will prescribe alprolozam? Also, how do I get a doctor to prescribe Marinol?
I don't know about any trials, but I do know that some states are allowing prescription cannibus to be used for hep C. Even here in good old N.D., my doctor would have scripted it if I had wanted. In the pill form anyway. It is called Marinol. Hopefully someone else will come along who knows about trials. I know New Sojourn gets medical marijuana.
Current meds - Copaxone, Advair 100/50, Diovan HCT, Toprol XL, Cymbalta, Metanx, Zanaflex, Zetia, ASA, Marinol, multivitamin, AmbienCR. Thank you.
and then I fell apart and had to quit. Does moving out of state and trying to get prescription Cannabis actually seem like a logical route at this point? Or is there another route that I can take that won't end up nearly killing me in the process like the Effexor or Cymbalta did? I mean, the Xanax works OK sometimes, but it makes me sleepy, tired, and sometimes it even makes me even more depressed. So. this is pretty much last resort for me at this point.
So, he perscribed marinol (he wanted to give me options) and told me vaporizing marijuana was ok too. This was actually after my cardiologist thought this would be a good plan for me. So I tried it. The Marinol works fantastic, the marijuana works almost as well too. There's little to no pain when I use it before I usually get an attack, and during an attack, it stops the pain in its tracks. It's really amazing. The problem: The problem is that I HATE the psychoactive effects from it.
THC - Substances or Conditions which can cause false positives Dronabinol (Marinol) Ibuprofen; (Advil, Nuprin, Motrin, Excedrin IB etc) Ketoprofen (Orudis KT) Kidney infection (Kidney disease, diabetes) Liver Disease Naproxen (Aleve) Promethazine (Phenergan, Promethegan) Riboflavin (B2, Hempseed Oil) Amphetamines - Substances or Conditions which can cause false positives Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, propylephedrine, phenylephrine, or desoxyephedrine (Nyquil, Contact, Sudafed, Allerest, Tavist-
They are hard to find but typically the doctor you would visit to get your MMJ license renewed would prescribe the opioids or refer you to another doctor that is MMJ Friendly. Another option is for you to ask the doctor for a prescription for Marinol...it is synthetic THC. I should mention that when my mother was dying from cancer, she said that the Marinol wasn't helping her eat, it was only the real marijuana that helped but things may be different for you. Good luck.
I do not refrigerate mine, It doesn't say to on the Pharmacy bottle like the Vic and Pegasys and marinol all has refrigerate on sript instructions
The US is not yet ready for that. Marinol isn't even close. All THC and no CBN, and there have been overdoses with Marinol. I hold a great job with a fortune 20 company that knows I augment the treatment my disease with MMJ. They are not worried about it. They have a bigger issue with alcohol and prescription drug use in other employees.
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.
If your rash is anything other than a few bumps, over the counter medications are not going to control it. They simply are not strong enough. You will probably need prescription steroid creams and/or ointments and Hydroxyzine. I used fluocinonide ointment for my body rash, hydrocortisone valerate cream for my face rash, and clobetesol solution for my scalp. Those were all topical prescriptions. They helped but they did not get the rash under control.
I think I will try to get a prescription for Zofran. I know I need to eat more than just Greek yogurt, eggnog, bread and butter, and a brat here and there. Thanks orphanedhawk and hrsepwrguy for the input.
Hi Johnny: First-I reiterate the same as ladywithtime! Possibly Marinol (a synthetic marijuana) as an option? It sounds like you are in some very extreme pain, but it is something I thought I would throw out there for you maybe it will help.
Now it seems as though it is prescribed pretty regularly and doctors only ever ask 'does this work for your pain' and you continue getting the prescription. If you want a future - take something else, maybe some combination of vicoden (also bad, but not as bad as the oxy) or stay on OTC pain medication. If you are a soilder, you must be young - you have a future that depends on your mental alertness, even if your back pain is a problem.
The problem with nausea meds like zofran, and pills like marinol, is that during cancer chemo the nausea can be so bad that the patient cannot tolerate oral meds. I tried prescription nausea meds but they were horribly expensive and not particularly effective, even when I could hold them down.
These meds are designed to prevent or relieve nausea and vomiting. Many are available without a prescription, such as Benadryl, Dramamine, Pepcid AC, Tagamet and Maalox. Other antiemetics require a prescription, such as Compazine, Reglan, Marinol, or Zofran. Some of these meds may interact with your HIV medications, however, so check with your doctor before taking them. Antibiotics. Your doctor may prescribe an antibiotic if a bacterial infection is to blame for your nausea or vomiting.
So he put me on different pain meds with no tylenol contained in them and also he gave me a prescription for a nausea medication called vistaril. Has anyone else tried this vistaril nausea med and if so, did it help? If this doesn't work for me I am going to ask for an injectible anti-emetic, just haven't figured out which one I want to try yet. I know I don't want injectible phenergan. I've been there before and it can be very hard on the tissue, even when you use it IM.
If your hydroxyzine dose is low, hopefully the derm doc will increase the dose to a high enough dose that it works. Some topical steroid (prescription strength) would probably help too. Both Incivek and Riba can cause rash. Mine was actually a Riba rash and it stuck around until I finished my 48 weeks of treatment and, in fact, for quite some time afterwards. My main rash problems seem to be gone, I think, but I have lingering psoriasis issues so I am still working on that.
It appears to have less side effects than many harsh prescription drugs and if it can help people who are suffering from chronic pain, cancer, MS and other medical issues, then why not? What are your thoughts on this? Do you think it should be allowed strictly for medical reasons? Why or why not?
how did they come up with the numbers for how many patients without prescription for DMD; what would be a reliable source for this data? Also, what are the 13 other countries included in the study, how did they compare against each other and what explains the higher prescribing rates in other countries, etc etc? I'm not necessarily doubting the conclusions, just curious about how the study was undertaken.
Flare-ups of pre-existing >auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis >and Crohn's Disease are common. Marijuana can mitigate the majority >of these side effects as well as offering effective help to those >patients where alpha-interferon treatment is not indicated.
Maybe you're thinking of Marinol? That's all well and good, but how do we know the beneficial chemicals from cannabis are in Marinol? Personally I think the creation of a 'prescription' from cannabis is just a way to throw money at the drug manufacturers. Recently a drug manufacturer was allowed to start making a drug for expectant mothers that was supposed to help prevent premature births. Previously the pharmacies would create a compound, and the drug cost $15 per dose.
I live in Denmark, where meds are subsidized and I also have an extra insurance. My prescription meds covered 100%, no questions asked. So I would not have to hassle with that, when/if the time comes. We don't have Ambien, just other brands and Zolpidem generic, but unfortunately not time release. We don't have medical marijuana either. I guess I could get hold of illegal pot, but I haven't smoked since I stopped in 88 and will keep it that way.
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