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There's Orlistat, which blocks part of the fat you eat.  Xenical is what it's called if you buy it prescription strength, but the half...
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It's possible that the estroven may not have had the protective effects that the vet intended.  There isn't any real estrogen in it...
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Unfortunately, you can't get an estrogen cream in the US over the counter.  You might want to try something like Estroven, which contains...
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Ibuprofen will help the inflammation but won't relax the muscle.  One medication is different than another, so 700 mg of one thing could be...
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Hi As far as I know no, but there is always a chance of pregnancy from condoms as there only 98% proof.And the BC pill is only 99% proof.Very small...
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Hi Please get to your doctor or the ER ASAPThings like this should not be played with.Good Luck
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Hi Your find that this link should answer your question, and its very interesting.http://www.today.com/health/why-does-running-make-my-nose-run...
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It is still going to help suppress his cough reflex, but it might not work as well as usual.  If you can find it, try a spoonful of buckwheat...
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There isn't anything non prescription that contains nystatin itself, but there are a variety of antifungal powders.  You may want to check...
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Here are a couple of articles regarding different MAOIs:http://www.webmd.com/anxiety-panic/monoamine-oxidase-inhibitors-maois-for-social-anxiety...
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Yes. Those two very different drugs are compatible.
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Cold medications are not recommended in three month olds, but you can use saline nose drops followed by nasal aspiration, and you can use a cool mist...
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You wouldn't have a problem on a drug screening from taking the drugs you mentioned in the amounts you mentioned, because they aren't related...
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I'd start with antiflammatories like aspirin or ibuprofen.  The treatment for myositis depends on the cause.  Here's a great...
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You can tell a lot by circumstance, when you are trying to figure out if congestion is due to allergies or a cold/flu.If you have a fever at all...
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