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Hi all, i am vicky and i have been addicted of spasmo proxyvon for the last 4 years and now i am fed up with it and i want to leave it but i am not able to, so plz help me out. ## what is drug adiction ## WHAT HAPPEN IF PEOPLE TAKE DRUG ## I know about the spasmo proxyvon as i am myself taking it from the last 6 years . but it is not difficult to leave this blady habit . just make a will ..... ## I know about the spasmo proxyvon as i am myself taking it from the last 6 years . but it is not difficult to leave this blady habit . just make a strong will power...and see the results. all you have to do is that to involve the parents so that they can help you to come out of the same .....also let me know how many capsules you consume per day. ## Sp as commonly knw with-in trippers... Its a b...

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I am taking Incruse Ellipta 62.5mcg inhaler (1 puff by mouth per day). It makes me have red blood spots on both arms. I am allergic to milk. Could this have a milk-based inactive ingredient in it? ## Hi Faye - According to the manufacturer's prescribing information document (PDF - page 21), it states that the inactive ingredients are: - lactose monohydrate (contains milk proteins) - magnesium stearate Being allergic to milk, you could very well be having a reaction and should let you doctor know asap. Any rash / hives / swelling are all listed as more serious side effects. I hope this helps and best wishes!

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I am trying to identify what drug this is? Does anybody know? ## Hello, I was unable to find a pill with the imprint 415 but here are two Mylan products that are very close to your description. First is a pill with the imprint M 15 which is a Atropine Sulfate + Diphenoxylate Hydrochloride oral tablet used to treat diarrhea. Here is a link to the first product (NDC 0378-0415-01) Some additional info on this drug. Active Ingredients: - Atropine Sulfate .025mg - Diphenoxylate Hydrochloride 2.5mg Inactive Ingredients: - Silicon Dioxide - Cellulose, Microcrystalline - Starch, Corn - Stearic Acid Size: 6mm Manufacturer: Mylan I also found a Flurazepam Hydrochloride capsule manufactured by Mylan that has the marking Mylan 4415. Flurazepam Hydrochloride is used to treat insomnia. Here is a lin...

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Can someone please help me find out what it is? I found it in my son's room and he is 16. Please help. ## Hello, Katelyn! How are you? So far, I've been unable to find anything that matches this description. Can you please double check the imprint and post back? In the meantime, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. ## Hello Katelyn, I was able to find a pill that seems like it fits your description. Atropine Sulfate + Diphenoxylate Hydrochloride oral tablets are round off white pills with an M 15 imprint. Here is some additional information I found on this medication. (NDC 67544-021) Active Ingredients: - Atropine Sulfate (.025 mg) - Diphenoxylate Hydrochloride (2.5 mg) Inactive Ingredients: - Silicon Dioxide - Cellulose, Microcrystalline - Star...

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Hi. I was wondering if anybody with hep-c also has c.o.p.d? I've recently been diagnosed. I have geno-3. I'm 64yrs old, feel totally confused. My dr isn't very clued up on hep-c and is not much help at all. I feel that doing treatment for hvc would be just too hard with breathing issues. Thanks. P.s. - The Atrovent puffer is now giving me urine retention. (great)

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Tiny white round pill with a capital M over the number 15 on one side and no markings. On the other side ## It looks like this pill contains 0.025mgs of Atropine and 2.5mgs of Diphenyoxylate, used to treat diarrhea. Read more: Atropine: Diphenoxylate: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## I found a pill that has a capital M or W on one side and the number 15 on other side. What is it? ## Diphenoxylate-Atropine 2.5-0.025mg by Mylan generics with a National Drug Code of 00378-0415-01 is used to treat diarrhea, abdominal cramping and pain. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS - CAN BE FATAL WITH JUST A FEW TABLETS !! ## Fat round candy pink pill with no markings on either side. What could it be? ## Morphine sulfate or phosphate.which is actually made by many manufacturers worldw...

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My doctor refused to refill this Rx for diphen atropine for 6 weeks. I have been taking this med for about 6-7 years now. It is the ONLY med that lets me lead a normal life without explosive diarrhea. If I don't take it, and I have to have a bowel movement, I have about 2 minutes to find a restroom. I usually don't make it and that is a mess. No warning at all. He finally renewed my prescription but wants me to have an Upper GI. How long can you take diphen atropine? Does it CAUSE intestinal problems to make an upper GI necessary? Please help me. Thank you. I have been diagnosed with IBS for about 16 years now. ## Diphenoxylate with Atropine is normally used to treat severe cases of diarrhea. The problem that arises from such prolonged use of it is that your body becomes depende...

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I need info on the actual dosage of atropine for treating excess saliva. ## Is there any significant side effect of atropine meant to prevent excess saliva secretion? ## I want to know if I can safely use Atropine Sulfate as a treatment for excessive saliva? Does it have sulfa in it? I am allergic to sulfa. Also, is it safe to use under the tongue? ## It can depend on the person and their tolerance of the medication and what the effective dosage is for them. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and heat intolerance. Carolyn, are you allergic to sulfa, or sulphur?

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I tested positive for Benadryl via a urine test, but I have never taken this drug. I was accused of taking it and try as I might, I was not trusted. I had a habit of using a lot of Gravol, for nausea and vomiting, along with Tylenol 1s (we can get this drug over the counter here in Canada). Because of taking large doses of it, I now have brain damage. It had gone on for decades. In 1986, I was in an abusive Worker's Compensation place. It has since been investigated and closed, but not before I was traumatized. I started smoking again and discovered the wonderful world of Percocet. I would have an addiction for twenty-five years. So, it's not difficult to see why I am closely moderated and have urine tests on a regular basis. I've been clean for a year and a half, but my uri...

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This stuff is impossible to find yet there are much stronger meds available. This is great for uncomfortable muscle spasms say if you're weaning off opiates - the belladonna at health food stores is not the same obviously. Donnatal is great for that too. Anyway, closest thing I've found is bentyl but it's not as helpful for all over discomfort - just stomach trouble when weaning - cold turkey you'll want clonidine too (aka catpres), something to allow you to sleep (God knows you can't sleep getting off stuff) - the more you sleep, the more time passes - but you can't sleep when you're stomach is A MESS, pains etc. And the all over body crawly antsy - can't explain unless you've been through - it'll make someone crazy! Depression follows and anyone...

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small round white pill with m on top and 15 below the m with nothing on back. ## This tablet contains 0.025mgs of Atropine and 2.5mgs of Diphenoxylate, a generic for Lomotil, this is used to treat diarrhea. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. You can read more about these medications here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## How fast does it worki took it at 8 am and I still have to go how long dies this take to stop it

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Seeking information on a round white pill imprinted with M 15 imprinted. ## I have a prescription from my doctor for dipheniatrop. Can you tell me what this drug is used for? ## Located a match to a white round pill with M over 15 on one side and blank on the other. This pill is Atropine sulfate 0.025 mg and Diphenoxylate HCl 2.5 mg, which is used to treat diarrhea. Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## I have been taking the meds listed above for diaherra for 5 years but it seems like it does not work anymore. I was diagnosed with colitis and chrohns disease. What could I ask for now cause I am a prisoner of my house? I can't get out of the house. On the way to see my oncologist the other day I used the restroom all over myself and was...

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Seeking information on a tiny round white pill that has "rs 301" imprinted on it. ## Located a match it's Atropine so4-diphenoxylate HCl 0.025 mg-2.5 mg, which are the active ingredients in Lomotil, Lonox, Vi-Atro, and Lomocot. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or infomation to add? Please post back if you do. ## I have Mantle Cell Lymphoma and a large part of my colon and small intestine were removed. I am in 3rd year of terrible diarrhea and have bee taking 2 tabs of immodium 4 0r 5 times a day plus a powdered mixture each morning (Chollestyramine). I SELDOM HAVE RELIEF AND HAVE ACCIDENTS VERY OFTEN. I begin in the morning taking 2 tabs of Lomotil 4 times a day. Can I expect better results than I have gotten from Immodium?

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Food tastes bitter after taking. Is this a side effect? ## Hello, Norma! How are you? Yes, most medications can cause that type of symptom. As listed by the FDA, this one can also cause dry mouth, which may be contributing to the problem. Other typical side effects may possibly include bloating, blurred vision, muscle cramps and nausea. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Is Duavent used in the presence of asthma? What are the: Contraindications, brand name, indications, mode of action, drug classification and adverse reactions? ## need to know more about duavent ## can i see more about duavent? all the detailed one? ## i need the complete drug study of this med please... including the generic name, dosage, frequency, classification, action, contraindication, and nursing intervention... please.. ## I am sorry to say that these types of questions pop-up a lot on here, however, when the medication is from a foreign source and not tested in the US, the information we have is very limited. Duavent is from India and contains the active ingredient Salbuterol and Ipratropium. It is used to treat bronchiospasms associated with asthma. Does anyone else have more ...

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I've exhausted all resources to obtain this medication and now I am having problems finding the regular Donnatal tablets. These work womderful for me but no one has any? Please share if anyone has any ideas ... Thanks! ## Hi Lori, From what I've heard, the generic is no longer available. But there have been several posts in another discussion thread here mentioning that brand name Donnatal is still available in immediate release form as well as an elixir: Discuss/Donnatal-Belladona-236509_s2.htm The manufacturer's website also happens to list a customer service number (1-877-370-1142) for those who have product related inquiries. Maybe they can work with your current doctor/pharmacy to make sure they have something in stock for you next time you get a prescription? If not, i...

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It is a peach ,round pill, 237 on side and A on the other ## Hello, Will! How are you? This tablet contains 0.025mgs of Atropine and 2.5mgs of Diphenoxylate, it is most commonly used to treat diarrhea. Side effects may include nausea, blurred vision, constipation and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

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small white pill, scored probably to be halved with m over 16 on the other side. pill is 3/16 th in diameter and approx. 3/32 thick. ## IS the marking possibly M over 15? If so, then this tablet contains .025mgs of Atropine and 2.5mgs of Diphenoxylate, it is most commonly used to treat diarrhea and spasms of the intestinal tract and bladder. Common side effects may include: nausea, constipation, blurred vision and lost of taste. Learn more: Are there any questions or comments? ## Small white pill with m/16 on it

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clidinium bromide a. mechanism of action b. side effect c. contraindications d. drug-drug interaction ## Clidinium Bromide is an anticholinergic, it's most commonly combined with Chlordiazepoxide to treat conditions such as IBS. Side effects may include headache, dizziness, difficulty urinating and nasal congestion. It is generally contraindicated in those that have kidney disease, glaucoma, a blockage of the urinary tract and a few other conditions. I am unable to check all the possible interactions for you, because there are far too many to list here. However, if there are specific medications you wish to check, I will gladly do so, if you post back with the names of them. Learn more Clidinium details here. Can you please post back with more details? Thanks!

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0.5mg use in a nebulizer ## This medication is most commonly used via inhalation to treat COPD, since it is inhaled, it's most common side effects are dry mouth and sedation. Learn more Ipratropium Bromide details here. Are there any comments or concerns?

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