Tylox is a combination of oxycodone and acetaminophen. Oxycodone falls into a group of medications known as narcotic pain relievers, and acetaminophen is a pain reliever that is less potent but that is capable of increasing how well oxycodone works. Together, these medications make Tylox which is capable of treating both moderate levels and severe levels of pain. This is a prescription medication...Read Full Article
Viagra is touted as an oral therapy for the purpose of erectile dysfunction. Viagra is made from the citrate salt from Sildenafil, which is a selective inhibitor that can help to reduce problems relating to erectile dysfunction. Viagra is one of the most popular medications prescribed for this particular purpose, though it is not the only medication that is prescribed for this particular...Read Full Article
Xanax is the brand name for a chemical known as Alprazolam. Xanax is available in several different forms including as a tablet, as an extended release tablet and as an orally disintegrating tablet.
These are typically taken between two and four times every day depending on the recommendations of a physician and the specific needs of the patient.
One form of Xanax, known as Xanax XR, is...
Zanaflex is the brand name for a medication called Tizanidine. The primary purpose for this medication is to relieve increased muscle tone and spasms that are associated with MS, a disease known as Multiple Sclerosis that causes the nerves to function improperly. Zanaflex is available in a tablet form as well as a capsule form, and both are designed to be taken orally.
Rather than being...
Vicodin is the brand name for a medication known as Hydrocodone. Hydrocodone is never available on its own, but rather it is combined with other ingredients, and the different combinations of ingredients are responsible for creating the different products.
Vicodin, for example, is a combination of Hydrocodone as well as acetaminophen.
The way that this combination works is that Hydrocodone...
Zoloft is also known as Sertraline hydrochloride, and it is an SSRI or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor that is intended for administration by mouth.
It comes in the form of a scored tablet that contains sertraline hydrochloride in 25 mg, 50 mg and 100 mg dosage amounts along with a number of inactive ingredients.
Some of the inactive ingredients in this medication include dibasic...
Suboxone is Buprenorphine and Naloxone and it is a sublingual film that comes in orange and has a logo imprinted on it with white ink. This is an opioid medication that is designed to provide a lesser euphoric effect in comparison to similar drugs such as Morphine, Heroin and Codeine. The purpose of this medication is to treat addiction to opiate drugs. It can also be used for a number of other...Read Full Article
Many prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs and especially "street" drugs pose a risk of addiction when abused on a regular basis.
Dextromethorphan, a non-opioid antitussive, appears as an active ingredient in many over-the-counter cough suppressants, according to MedlinePlus.
Brand Name Products Containing Dextromethorphan Pertussin ES Vicks DayQuil Cough Zicam Cough MAX Children's...
As one of the most effective pain relief drugs on the market, Percocet works as a 12-hour time-release medication. According to Bryn Mawr College, Percocet uses oxycodone, a powerful opiate narcotic, as the main active ingredient with acetaminophen added to intensify the drug's effects. Oxycodone bears a strong resemblance to codeine, which makes this particular ingredient almost as strong as...Read Full Article
While suboxone is generally used in the treatment of addiction to opiates, some people can become addicted to suboxone if abused, or taken without a doctor's approval.
If you or someone you know has been using suboxone and suspect an addiction, there are telltale signs of suboxone addiction symptoms you can watch out for.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, even when...
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