• Strongest sleeping pill?

    9 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Do doctors put pig's hearts in people?

    5 answers · 5 hours ago
  • For what Rx on prescription stand for?

    I'm from, i had Asperger Syndrome aside of that i'm totally normal guy :-) i'm Poland in old medical prescription from 80' in Poland when we was still commie to late 90's when we ware free there was Rx on medical prescription was Rx, now is Rp in Poland we call medical prescription as... show more
    I'm from, i had Asperger Syndrome aside of that i'm totally normal guy :-) i'm Poland in old medical prescription from 80' in Poland when we was still commie to late 90's when we ware free there was Rx on medical prescription was Rx, now is Rp in Poland we call medical prescription as "Recepta" now our medical prescription stand big Rp. followed by dot. and medication that is prescribed, doctors print in computer, than some doctors especially old one drawing lines by pen, as the if thought, patient is conman that might self-prescribe med themselves xD So returning to Rx i saw one American medical movies and tv shows that American and British use Rx on prescription too, and knew German use it too. My doctor prescribe me Hydroxyzine and Nitrazepam https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nitrazepam for my insomnia And Seronil SSRI Fluoxetinum/Fluoxetine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fluoxetine for my mood problem I take Mataformine for my insulin resistance, I do not like taking drugs but I have to, I'm lucky I do not have to pay a lot for it because in my country we have universal health services, and in large part medicines are refunded by our government :-) I think Rx look more cool xD than Rp and Poland should go back to it, but i wonder what it's means?
    6 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Can I sue someone for incorrect medication?

    Best answer: Take it back and explain what you need. You would have to prove malicious intent to harm you to sue them.
    Best answer: Take it back and explain what you need. You would have to prove malicious intent to harm you to sue them.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Constipation?

    I’ve been constipated for a while, I took MOM and it worked. I took another dose today and nothing happened. Should I be worried?
    I’ve been constipated for a while, I took MOM and it worked. I took another dose today and nothing happened. Should I be worried?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would you take medicinal Cannabis or medical heroin to easy a painful sickness?

    Best answer: I would prefer to avoid all of the opioids to the fullest extent possible but if the pain became unbearable, give it to me. Deal with the long-term impact when it comes (if I survive to it). I use marijuana recreationally already so as a pain-easing method, I wouldn't have any problem. I would avoid the... show more
    Best answer: I would prefer to avoid all of the opioids to the fullest extent possible but if the pain became unbearable, give it to me. Deal with the long-term impact when it comes (if I survive to it). I use marijuana recreationally already so as a pain-easing method, I wouldn't have any problem. I would avoid the strains that bring heavy short-term memory blockage though. I do want to function for as long as I can, but hey, if the pain of the illness is so bad that I cannot function anyway, just make the pain go away.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I drink while being on Celexa?

    Hi, So basically im 16 years old (turning 17 in a month) and I have been on Celexa citalopram for 10 months. I recently just increased my dose to 30mg. I have prom next week and my parents and I are worried about drinking because I have never drank before. How much drinks would I be able to have? Am I allowed to... show more
    Hi, So basically im 16 years old (turning 17 in a month) and I have been on Celexa citalopram for 10 months. I recently just increased my dose to 30mg. I have prom next week and my parents and I are worried about drinking because I have never drank before. How much drinks would I be able to have? Am I allowed to drink? I’m really scared To even take a glass
    4 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Is this lethal?

    Best answer: That amount of Trazadone will kill you and if you change your mind there is nothing that can be done to save your life. I only took 750mg Trazadone with a little alcohol and even though I vomited the tablets up my blood pressure was only 53/34 and I wasn't expected to survive. Call 911 and get the professional... show more
    Best answer: That amount of Trazadone will kill you and if you change your mind there is nothing that can be done to save your life. I only took 750mg Trazadone with a little alcohol and even though I vomited the tablets up my blood pressure was only 53/34 and I wasn't expected to survive. Call 911 and get the professional help you need, things will get better.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can i take a anxiety pill before an oral presentation exam ?

    or half of the pill ? could it be potentially dangerous and would i **** up my exam more than if i was severly anxious ? i could go to the doctor but i don' have money/time right now. Please it's important.
    or half of the pill ? could it be potentially dangerous and would i **** up my exam more than if i was severly anxious ? i could go to the doctor but i don' have money/time right now. Please it's important.
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • Question about LUMBAR PUNCTURE? HELP?

    Best answer: Yes, you will be fully conscious.
    No, it won't make you high.
    Best answer: Yes, you will be fully conscious.
    No, it won't make you high.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • How long will my iron pills take to work?

    Best answer: Take vegetables, liver, and stuff rich in iron. Continue the pills as prescribed. You should be getting better in two weeks or so. You may repeat Hemoglobin levels to see the change. Regards.
    Best answer: Take vegetables, liver, and stuff rich in iron. Continue the pills as prescribed. You should be getting better in two weeks or so. You may repeat Hemoglobin levels to see the change. Regards.
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can I bring medication on board, antibiotics, Advils ect.?

    Best answer: Yes, but prescription drugs typically need to be in the original container with the prescription info on it. You do still have to respect the general limits on materials. If you cannot and must bring them as carry-on because of a medical need, then you will have to prove that to get an exception. You won't... show more
    Best answer: Yes, but prescription drugs typically need to be in the original container with the prescription info on it. You do still have to respect the general limits on materials. If you cannot and must bring them as carry-on because of a medical need, then you will have to prove that to get an exception. You won't get an exception through normal check-in. Plan ahead.

    Over the counter items can be a source of hassle if not in the original containers. Less a safety issue than an illegal drug question.

    And of course, on board what does apply.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why am I experiencing this electric-like shooting pain in my upper lip?

    The past few days I have been experiencing an electric-like shooting pain in the right side of my upper lip. I don't experience in constantly though. I only experience it when I make a "pucker-type" gesture with my lips (both upper and lower lips curled inwards and pressing against each other).
    The past few days I have been experiencing an electric-like shooting pain in the right side of my upper lip. I don't experience in constantly though. I only experience it when I make a "pucker-type" gesture with my lips (both upper and lower lips curled inwards and pressing against each other).
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can I take aspirin for chest pain even with a runny nose and I’m 16 years old?

    Best answer: The USA FDA and college of surgeons do not recommend that anything containing aspirin or salicylates are administered to under 18s except under direction of a physician. In most of the rest of the world, wherever guidance advises against aspirin for minors the limit tends to be 16. In reality, anyone fully... show more
    Best answer: The USA FDA and college of surgeons do not recommend that anything containing aspirin or salicylates are administered to under 18s except under direction of a physician. In most of the rest of the world, wherever guidance advises against aspirin for minors the limit tends to be 16.

    In reality, anyone fully post-puberty is biologically mostly an adult..

    But for a very long time millions of children were routinely given aspirin with only a tiny rate of serious problems.

    So make your own choice. Aspirin is quite effective and usually very safe against the symptoms you describe, and Reye's Disease is pretty rare.

    In reality the problem is that most medicines have never been trialled on children when applying for a legal product license, and there's been a realisation that children do not always respond to medications as if they were miniature adults. The problem remains because it is not ethical to test medicines on children who as minors cannot legally give informed consent.
    4 answers · 4 days ago