Medicines you shouldn't take

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LOL you can still get rid of them just not down the toilet
It shouldn't hurt the baby. The biggest problem with ibuprofin and aspirins occurs in the 3rd trimester. High doses of those meds can cause the heart ducts to close down prior to birth and bleeding issues with the baby because they are blood thinners. There are some studies out there that say high doses of aspirin/ibuprofin in first trimester can cause cleft palates and lower IQ's but those studies are considered controversial. Not enough research has been done at this point.
Agree with all that has been stated. Really, any medication has that warning. Good luck and best wishes!
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Hi, I've been very confused about the issue of what medicines I can and cannot take together with/without daily synthroid. One "over-the-counter" medicine you should definately ask your Doctor about is any cold medicine containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine.
Yesterday I took Ibuprofen and I got the same reactions, this is something new to me I have never in my life had so many reactions to medicines. You gave me great news when you said that the itching went away once your levels stabilize, because there is someone out there who could get rid of at least one the reactions I’ve experienced with the thyroid medicines.
But taking a few early in pregnancy shouldn't be a problem, although it isn't recommended. Most people take SOMETHING over the counter before they know they are pregnant. Tylenol is fine, by the way. Just don't overdo ANY medicine. Your doc will give you a list of "safe" meds to take in pregnancy. As for the spotting, of course mention that. If it becomes bright red, increases in amount, or is accompanied by abd. pain, call your doc right away.
the problem im having with this one is i have frequent pvcs of the heart and i take atenlol and i know your suppose to take all meds 2 hours before or after taking sucralfate so thats what i did but i feel like its still affecting the absorption of the medicine because while im taking the sucralfate it feels like im not even taking the atenolol cause my heart is pounding and racing as if i didnt
I can't comment on latent or active TB as I don't have any experience with that, but I do agree that you shouldn't be on a drug that is going to suppress a large part of your immune system if you do have TB (meaning Tysabri, I don't think Copaxone acts that way). But if Copaxone is working, then you don't have to think about Tysabri! While I think it is very exciting that we are going to have an oral medication, I also believe now is the time to sit back and see what happens.
I have thought about taking the chinese herbs after the transfer but wasn't sure if it is safe to take traditional chinese medicines when using the Crinone 8% gel. Has anyone does this or know if it's ok.
I've been asked to take sudafed or other decongestants to try and help clear up a clogged ear issue, but was told it could take 4-6 weeks before you see any improvement. Is it safe to take sudafed for such a long period of time? Has anyone else had to do this? What was your experience?
AMBIEN CR is a treatment option you and your healthcare provider can consider along with lifestyle changes and can be taken for as long as your provider recommends. Until you know how AMBIEN CR will affect you, you shouldn't drive or operate machinery. Be sure you're able to devote 7 to 8 hours to sleep before being active again. Sleepwalking, and eating or driving while not fully awake, with amnesia for the event, have been reported.
None of us knows which medication is best for us. You could take Lexapro and it may not even work for you. So take the next step, fill the prescription, and go from there...only time will tell. Good luck.
also tell your sister to look up if anyone has every died from taken adderall.don't mean to scare you. and as you know you shouldn't take something that was not giving to you by a doctor to take.And even Doctors these days give out these drugs like they are candy and many people use these drugs as if they can't do anything with out them. they should be useing Vitamin B6 AND B12 and Omega 3-6-9 these can help and dont have the bad side effects.
I know I shouldn't be as worried as I am since PACs aren't normally dangerous, but I'm terribly frightened that all these years of my heart beating extras or skipping and what not, that if later on down the road it will lead to an actual heart problem or worse :( what if my heart just wears out? I'm a healthy 21 year old and living in fear of having a heart attack or just dropping dead from heart failure or something.
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How many percs did you take yesterday? unless you took alot and I do mean alot the tylenol shouldn't be the source, but again one never really knows. You could have something else going on with your gallbladder, stomach, etc... If the pain worsens and the vommitting persists you should really head to the ER. Be honest with them telling them everything that has gone on.
Some of these creams are available without a prescription in your local drugstore, but you shouldn't just buy a cream if you think you have a yeast infection. It's important to see a doctor for your diagnosis, because if you actually have another type of infection the problem could get worse if it is not properly treated. Also, over-the-counter medicine should not be used by anyone who is under 12 or pregnant. Yeast infections can be annoying, especially if they happen regularly.
It is WAY more common then you think and it can only do good for you. YOU can choose your treatment. You can take the prescription which I personally found most effective or you can go the natural route which I am going to try tomorrow! Good luck and it'll go away, I promise!! It takes a little time. All of the medicines try to sell you on saying it will heal within a day or two but it rarely does. Give it time, relax & don't scratch! Also, I love the suggestion to take the acidophilus.
Let us know what conditions you have and what you went through so far. Do you have a parathyroid disorder? Do you - or did you - have cancer and have had your thyroid removed? Are you autoimmune and struggling? So many - visit here and a thread like this is so important to know what's up. We as Leaders and members would like to know what has brought you to this board so we and others can direct you to the best resources available. Thanks and Happy Health!
there's a lot of stuff you shouldn't take. I honestly can't believe your dr said they're all ok either...
I don't think I left any out. You definitely need to follow the Doctor's instructions as you said and take the medicines as prescribed only! talk to your Doctor about an extended release formula and adding a breakthrough medication to that. I recently was changed from oxycodone to hydromorphone and it has been a miracle for me. I take Oxycontin and the hydromorphone fro breakthru. Since being on the hydromorphone I have not had to take the oxycontin.
why dont you come off all that , ativan i take and it does great for me , but the best med i have found for anxiety/panic is klonopin. you take it twice a day its a great med works for lots go to this home page put in klonopin and read about it. hope things get better for you , hang in there life is great and you need to live it and have peace. praying for you .
Doctors are instructed to listen to the Carotid Artery before doing the Massage to see if bruits (abnormal sounds) can be heard. Were you given prescription medication, such as a Beta Blocker, to take. Are you staying away from Caffeine, such as from tea, coffee, chocolates, and also avoiding alcohol? Are you aware that medications, such as decongestants, and even vitamins or supplements (such as Saint John’s Wort or Mega Vitamins) can cause problems?
Many Sub doctors are not necessarily pain management doctors. Call and explain your situation...they should see you fairly quickly if you explain the situation. From there you can find another pain management doctor.
Herbs that have been organically grown and carefully nurtured and harvested, with strict quality control and analysis are going to cost you more. How you take it is important too. Tea is dodgy as you have little idea what dose you're getting (plus in can make you feel nauseous). The most accurate dose is probably obtained by taking the tincture, but it does taste bad. For those who can't take the taste, capsules or tablets are better.
Even though I still wish you would because I think it would make you feel a whole lot better, you shouldn't until you are ready. However, anytime you do feel like talking, if you want to talk to me about anything, I will be glad to listen. If YOU ever have any questions you need answers to, or something you are curious about feel free to ask, OK?
This is exactly what he said from his email to me.... TS, You are safe for a variance of a few days as the medicines you are on have a significant intracellular pool and effective half life. Part of the strict scheduling we begin with assumes that our patients are less than perfect by events or practice. We all shoot for exact perfection however you can still be successful with limited varriance, especially with good compliance otherwise.
Diazepam tests positive for PCP as well as the ingredient in some cough medicines, Dextromethorophan. Your own enzymes. A small fraction of the population excrete large amounts of certain enzymes in their urine which can produce a positive drug test. Dr. John Morgan of the Dept. of Pharmacology of New York City University writes: "A false positive test could occur in some individuals because they excrete unusually large amounts of endogenons lysozyme or malate dehydrogenase." Dr.
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