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Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by usaration: 4:55pm On Aug 05, 2013
sir pls is there any medication for treating loss of coordination.i've had d problem for 3 years now.though i suffer from tinitus & severe hearing loss which started gradually,10yrs ago;do u think its d cause of d cordination problem.i also experiece anxiety/fear.i'm indegent,would have gone to d hospital for evaluation.pls advice me,i'm gradually loosing my life cos i've not been able to amount to anything due to this predicament even with my B.sc degree.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by firimador: 5:54pm On Aug 05, 2013
pls tell me the drug(s) visible difference you talked of contains. Thanks
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by joshuapharm(m): 7:49pm On Aug 05, 2013
[quote
author=Bludeville]
Please Ibuprofen is not okay in pregnancy. All NSAIDS should be avoided
in pregnancy. Unless its a risk-benefit affair or special cases in
pregnancy.[/quote] Well said..
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by demmy55(m): 1:15pm On Aug 06, 2013
Please what can I use to treat bleeding gum?
And I experience ache at my molar after eating meat atimes.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by firimador: 5:30pm On Aug 06, 2013
the pharmacist is still on duty. Pls continue to report your drug related challenges.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by firimador: 5:45pm On Aug 06, 2013
for your teeth condition, avoid eating meat or anything that stress the affected teeth. Also you can take metronidazole 400mg 8hrly for 1wk. Amoxicilin 500mg 8hrly for 1wk and paracetamol 1g when necessary but not more than 3g a day. If it persist see a dentist. Thanks.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Nobody: 9:42pm On Aug 06, 2013
Hello pharm, thanks for ur selfless service.
Any idea for facial breakout. Excessive pimples that don't seem to stop coming out.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by demmy55(m): 9:55pm On Aug 06, 2013
firimador: for your teeth condition, avoid eating meat or anything that stress the affected teeth. Also you can take metronidazole 400mg 8hrly for 1wk. Amoxicilin 500mg 8hrly for 1wk and paracetamol 1g when necessary but not more than 3g a day. If it persist see a dentist. Thanks.

Thanks a million smiley
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by lizzy95(f): 11:53pm On Aug 07, 2013
(please i copied and pasted this from my orginal question)
Hello i'm elizabeth by name, a
friend of mine told me about
nairaland so i'm here to
discuss soime of my issues
with u guys
I've come to notice that many
things are going wrong with
me for a long tym now like: i'm
having alot of problem with
FOCUSING on task long enough
to get them done, Inability to
notice small
details And paying ATTENTION
(especially when in school, my
lecturer can say a million
words and i will just hold my
pen sterring @ him, @ d end
of d class i will berely jote half
a page whn odas hv written
abt 4_5 pgs),Being easily
distracted when i am doing
smth by noises,people, etc
irrational procrastination (alot
of people hate me 4 dis),
Disorganization and
forgetfulness.
inability to stay on one
topic at a time when leading
discusion or stay
focused while others
speak...hmmmm further more i
always move around restlessly
at times (i.e i just can seem to
be seated in a place 4 lon), i
think i'm also impatient
because i find myself
Constantly interrupting
others....the most painful part
is that no MATTER how i
prepare b4 reading (sleeping/
resting 4 hours) i cant study
for long because my head gets
weary and saturated on time
i.e if @ all i pay any attension 2
it.....please i really need you
help on this matter...because it
makes me cry when ever i
think abt it...[NB i knw i'm nt
dull, because i have a gud
understanding when ever my
attension is active BUT i 4get
most things on tym (e.g i can
explain a STATISTICS (math)
problem to a person that is
lost beside me but in d
evening i will go n meet d
person to explain 2 me again)
2. I dont hv any boy friend
now so am nt distracted by
any guy but rather by
ANYTHING)...please it took me
virtually d whole of today to
write and type this message.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Immaangel(f): 1:35am On Aug 08, 2013
i hav cervicitis and it is really killing me. Pls which drugs shd i take. I cant bear the pains n inflammations anymore. Pls do advice me. Thanks
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by chichi414: 6:53am On Aug 08, 2013
Please wat will i use for toilet disease i hv use many drugs bt it nt working please am fid up
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Doyensky: 10:12am On Aug 08, 2013
hello pharmacist , pls, I want to know the difference between sendinor 2 and postinor 2, Wch 1 is more effectv
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by firimador: 4:51pm On Aug 08, 2013
Doyensky, postinor is a brand for the drug levonorgesterol. But i seem no to be familiar with the brand sendinor, so tell me what drug it contains and i will help you fully. Thanks.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by firimador: 4:57pm On Aug 08, 2013
chichi, for your toilet infection, pls tell me the signs and symptoms you face, so i can help you choose the drug you need. Thanks.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by firimador: 5:34pm On Aug 08, 2013
immaangel i can understand how you feel, the best advice i have for you is that you go for alab investigation to ascertain the exact bacteria implicated, they should also do sensitivity test, then you can know the right drug to use. You know, cervicitis is an inflammation of the uterine cervix, it is mostly due to bacteria infection. This is there4 the best route to lasting solutions. Thanks
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Destinygrl(f): 6:07pm On Aug 08, 2013
pls whr cld i get sublimed sulphur in nigeria tnks in advance
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by firimador: 7:05pm On Aug 08, 2013
destinygrl pls Ladith pharmacy on 08034016377 it is in Benin city thanks.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by firimador: 10:24pm On Aug 08, 2013
hellow lizzy, i do feel your pains and wish i could see you physically. All thesme, My candid advice is that you see a clinical psychologist. Thanks

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Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Jonesjoe(m): 10:31pm On Aug 08, 2013
Pls pharm in d hauz......av bin so much worried abt dis issue am facing. I was tested positive for staph and d pharmacist gave me injections aand doxicycline to take. I didnt finish d last 2 capsules. After some times i began xperiencing discharge bt dis time arnd diaz no sensation while urinating. Please advice me on d best drug to use in puttin an end to dis. Tnx
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by onagoodday1: 9:04am On Aug 09, 2013
#me@:
Following.
@OP, weldone..as men of honour...

we join hands
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by fetok: 9:18am On Aug 09, 2013
To everyone in da house,compliment of the season.
Pls how can i clear all the strecth mark on me as a result of pregnancy.it's really disgusting.
Pls,someone should help me.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by onagoodday1: 9:26am On Aug 09, 2013
Bludeville:
Please Ibuprofen is not okay in pregnancy. All NSAIDS should be avoided in pregnancy. Unless its a risk-benefit affair or special cases in pregnancy.

...and who are you to challange the pharmacist on drug,did you read through their conversation before you typed that reply of yours...please read through their conversations again and may be re comment...the pharmacist was not wrong ok
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by onagoodday1: 9:48am On Aug 09, 2013
lizzy95: (please i copied and pasted this from my orginal question)
Hello i'm elizabeth by name, a
friend of mine told me about
nairaland so i'm here to
discuss soime of my issues
with u guys
I've come to notice that many
things are going wrong with
me for a long tym now like: i'm
having alot of problem with
FOCUSING on task long enough
to get them done, Inability to
notice small
details And paying ATTENTION
(especially when in school, my
lecturer can say a million
words and i will just hold my
pen sterring @ him, @ d end
of d class i will berely jote half
a page whn odas hv written
abt 4_5 pgs),Being easily
distracted when i am doing
smth by noises,people, etc
irrational procrastination (alot
of people hate me 4 dis),
Disorganization and
forgetfulness.
inability to stay on one
topic at a time when leading
discusion or stay
focused while others
speak...hmmmm further more i
always move around restlessly
at times (i.e i just can seem to
be seated in a place 4 lon), i
think i'm also impatient
because i find myself
Constantly interrupting
others....the most painful part
is that no MATTER how i
prepare b4 reading (sleeping/
resting 4 hours) i cant study
for long because my head gets
weary and saturated on time
i.e if @ all i pay any attension 2
it.....please i really need you
help on this matter...because it
makes me cry when ever i
think abt it...[NB i knw i'm nt
dull, because i have a gud
understanding when ever my
attension is active BUT i 4get
most things on tym (e.g i can
explain a STATISTICS (math)
problem to a person that is
lost beside me but in d
evening i will go n meet d
person to explain 2 me again)
2. I dont hv any boy friend
now so am nt distracted by
any guy but rather by
ANYTHING)...please it took me
virtually d whole of today to
write and type this message.

i really sympathize with you however what you are experiencing in most cases is rel
ated to you genetic make up,i will advice you to
1. dont get yourself involved in too many activities in a day
2.Do not read for a long time,just 20mins and then you break and continue later..some ppl are built to learn like that
3.After studying anything and you u understood it,try to sit down and think about it esp the pros and cons of such topic
4. Try studying in less noisy environment
5 if you are into pornography reduce it....it clouds understanding and concentration
6. you can get a drug called cognitol from a pharmacist,it aids concentration..plaese seek advise from your pharmacist(off nairaland) on how to use the drug and do not ABUSE..thanks

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Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Nobody: 8:54pm On Aug 09, 2013
firimador: for your teeth condition, avoid eating meat or anything that stress the affected teeth. Also you can take metronidazole 400mg 8hrly for 1wk. Amoxicilin 500mg 8hrly for 1wk and paracetamol 1g when necessary but not more than 3g a day. If it persist see a dentist. Thanks.

quack dental doctors. u should have advised him to see a dentist. that is how u guys misinform public. how would u feel if non-pharmacist open pharmacy shops.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Nobody: 8:59pm On Aug 09, 2013
on a good day:


i really sympathize with you however what you are experiencing in most cases is rel
ated to you genetic make up,i will advice you to
1. dont get yourself involved in too many activities in a day
2.Do not read for a long time,just 20mins and then you break and continue later..some ppl are built to learn like that
3.After studying anything and you u understood it,try to sit down and think about it esp the pros and cons of such topic
4. Try studying in less noisy environment
5 if you are into pornography reduce it....it clouds understanding and concentration
6. you can get a drug called cognitol from a pharmacist,it aids concentration..plaese seek advise from your pharmacist(off nairaland) on how to use the drug and do not ABUSE..thanks


PLEASE SEE UR DOCTOR NOT PHARMACIST BEFORE U TAKE COGNITOL
Cognitol (Vinpocetine) - 5mg (10
Tablets)
Main Use
Active Integredient
Marketed Name
Brain functioning
Vinpocetine
Cognitol
Uses
Cognitol (Vinpocetine) is derived from
the periwinkle plant and is a non-
toxic supplement absorbed into the
body via tablets taken orally. It is
primarily used to aid brain
functioning by increasing the blood
flow to the brain, leading to increased
levels of oxygen and glucose. It is
prescribed to patients with
Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's
disease, or hypoxic injury, and has
also gained popularity as a nootropic.
Some physicians believe that it may
be useful for treating tinnitus, and it
may also be prescribed to treat other
conditions that have not been
mentioned here.
Dosage and administration
Always follow the prescription and
instructions provided by your doctor.
Typical dosage is 1 or 2 tablets per
day, taken in 1 or 2 doses per day,
alongside a full glass of water and a
meal or snack.
Side effects
Cognitol (Vinpocetine) is well
tolerated, with side effects usually
being mild in severity. Report all side
effects to your doctor however,
especially if they persist, worsen, or
become bothersome.
Side effects may include:
Nausea
Indigestion
Headaches
Drowsiness
Dizziness
Anxiety
Insomnia
Facial flushing
Dry mouth
Reduced blood pressure
Apoptosis
Precautions
Cognitol (Vinpocetine) is not safe for
all patients. Always inform your
doctor if you are pregnant or
breastfeeding and discuss the
possible risks involved.
Always before you begin taking
Cognitol (Vinpocetine), always
disclose details of any of the
following to your doctor.
Any allergies you have
Any other medical conditions,
disorders, or illnesses you suffer
from
Any other drugs or medication
you, including non-prescription
medication, prescription
medication, supplements,
vitamins, and herbal treatments

www.unitedpharmacies.com/Cognitol_Vinpocetine__5mg_10_Tablets-p-1605.html

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Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by adeoladrg(m): 9:03pm On Aug 09, 2013
[quote
author=thepathologist]

quack dental doctors. u should have advised him to see a dentist. that
is how u guys misinform public. how would u feel if non-pharmacist open
pharmacy shops.[/quote] Didn't you see the 'you can' in his comment? It becomes the patients decision then.. U shud av gone straight to ur point and attacked the Pharmacist. Point ur hate toward another direction abeg..
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Nobody: 9:06pm On Aug 09, 2013
Jones joe: Pls pharm in d hauz......av bin so much worried abt dis issue am facing. I was tested positive for staph and d pharmacist gave me injections aand doxicycline to take. I didnt finish d last 2 capsules. After some times i began xperiencing discharge bt dis time arnd diaz no sensation while urinating. Please advice me on d best drug to use in puttin an end to dis. Tnx

that pharmacist must be a criminal. pharmacist giving injection? who taught pharmacists how to give injection . it is only doctors and nurses that train to give injections. if u have staph i would advise u walk to a clinic and see a doctor.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Nobody: 9:12pm On Aug 09, 2013
Immaangel: i hav cervicitis and it is really killing me. Pls which drugs shd i take. I cant bear the pains n inflammations anymore. Pls do advice me. Thanks

Cervicitis is swelling (inflammation) of
the end of the uterus (cervix).
Causes
Cervicitis is most often caused by an
infection, usually caught during sexual
activity. Sexually transmitted infections
(STIs) that can cause cervicitis include:
Chlamydia
Gonorrhea
Herpes virus (genital herpes )
Human papilloma virus (genital
warts )
Trichomoniasis
Cervicitis may sometimes be caused
by:
A device inserted into the pelvic
area such as:
Cervical cap
Device to support the uterus
(pessary)
Diaphragm
Allergy to spermicides used for
birth control
Allery to latex in condoms
Exposure to a chemical
Cervicitis is very common, affecting
more than half of all women at some
point during their adult life. Risks
include:
High-risk sexual behavior
History of STIs
Many sexual partners
Sex (intercourse) at an early age
Sexual partners who have engaged
in high-risk sexual behavior or
have had an STI
Bacteria (such as staphylococcus and
streptococcus) and too much growth
of normal bacteria in the vagina
(bacterial vaginosis) can also cause
cervicitis.
Symptoms
Abnormal vaginal bleeding
After intercourse
After menopause
Between periods
Unusual vaginal discharge
Does not go away
Gray, white, or yellow color
May have an odor
Painful sexual intercourse
Pain in the vagina
Pressure or heaviness in the pelvis
Note: There may be no symptoms, so
it is recommended that certain
women be tested for chlamydia, even
if they do not have symptoms.
Exams and Tests
A pelvic examination may show:
Discharge from the cervix
Redness of the cervix
Swelling (inflammation) of the
walls of the vagina
Tests:
Inspection of the discharge under
a microscope (may show
candidiasis , trichomoniasis , or
bacterial vaginosis)
Pap smear
Tests for gonorrhea or chlamydia
Rarely, colposcopy and biopsy of the
cervix is necessary.
Treatment
Antibiotics are used to treat bacterial
infections, such as chlamydia,
gonorrhea, and others. Drugs called
antivirals may be used to treat herpes
infections.
Hormonal therapy (with estrogen or
progesterone) may be used in women
who have reached menopause
(postmenopausal).
When these treatments have not
worked or when cervicitis has been
present for a long time, treatment
may include:
Cryosurgery (freezing)
Electrocauterization
Laser therapy


www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001495.htm

pls ma i would advise u to see a gynaecologist or experienced doctor.
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Nobody: 9:19pm On Aug 09, 2013
joshuapharm: The best there is paracetamol. It's safe in all trimesters. Ibuprofen is also okay, but avoid aspirin.

eturn to top
Before taking ibuprofen,
tell your doctor and pharmacist if
you are allergic to ibuprofen,
aspirin or other NSAIDs such as
ketoprofen (Orudis KT, Actron) and
naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn), any
other medications, or any of the
inactive ingredients in the type of
ibuprofen you plan to take. Ask
your pharmacist or check the label
on the package for a list of the
inactive ingredients.
tell your doctor and pharmacist
what prescription and
nonprescription medications,
vitamins, nutritional supplements,
and herbal products you are taking
or plan to take. Be sure to mention
the medications listed in the
IMPORTANT WARNING section and
any of the following: angiotensin-
converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors
such as benazepril (Lotensin),
captopril (Capoten), enalapril
(Vasotec), fosinopril (Monopril),
lisinopril (Prinivil, Zestril), moexipril
(Univasc), perindopril (Aceon),
quinapril (Accupril), ramipril
(Altace), and trandolapril (Mavik);
diuretics ('water pills'); lithium
(Eskalith, Lithobid); and
methotrexate (Rheumatrex). Your
doctor may need to change the
doses of your medications or
monitor you more carefully for
side effects.
do not take nonprescription
ibuprofen with any other
medication for pain unless your
doctor tells you that you should.
tell your doctor if you have or have
ever had any of the conditions
mentioned in the IMPORTANT
WARNING section or asthma,
especially if you also have frequent
stuffed or runny nose or nasal
polyps (swelling of the inside of the
nose); swelling of the hands, arms,
feet, ankles, or lower legs; lupus (a
condition in which the body attacks
many of its own tissues and
organs, often including the skin,
joints, blood, and kidneys); or liver
or kidney disease. If you are giving
ibuprofen to a child, tell the child's
doctor if the child has not been
drinking fluids or has lost a large
amount of fluid from repeated
vomiting or diarrhea.
tell your doctor if you are
pregnant, especially if you are in
the last few months of your
pregnancy; you plan to become
pregnant; or you are breast-
feeding. If you become pregnant
while taking ibuprofen, call your
doctor.
if you are having surgery, including
dental surgery, tell the doctor or
dentist that you are taking
ibuprofen.
if you have phenylketonuria (PKU,
an inborn disease in which mental
retardation develops if a specific
diet is not followed), read the
package label carefully before
taking nonprescription ibuprofen.
Some types of nonprescription
ibuprofen may be sweetened with
aspartame, a source of
phenylalanine.

www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a682159.html
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Nobody: 9:37pm On Aug 09, 2013
thepathologist:

that pharmacist must be a criminal. pharmacist giving injection? who taught pharmacists how to give injection . it is only doctors and nurses that train to give injections. if u have staph i would advise u walk to a clinic and see a doctor.
inferiority complex at its peak. Tell me, what are u feeling like? Shame on you
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by Nobody: 9:43pm On Aug 09, 2013
thepathologist:

Cervicitis is swelling (inflammation) of
the end of the uterus (cervix).
Causes
Cervicitis is most often caused by an
infection, usually caught during sexual
activity. Sexually transmitted infections
(STIs) that can cause cervicitis include:
Chlamydia
Gonorrhea
Herpes virus (genital herpes )
Human papilloma virus (genital
warts )
Trichomoniasis
Cervicitis may sometimes be caused
by:
A device inserted into the pelvic
area such as:
Cervical cap
Device to support the uterus
(pessary)
Diaphragm
Allergy to spermicides used for
birth control
Allery to latex in condoms
Exposure to a chemical
Cervicitis is very common, affecting
more than half of all women at some
point during their adult life. Risks
include:
High-risk sexual behavior
History of STIs
Many sexual partners
Sex (intercourse) at an early age
Sexual partners who have engaged
in high-risk sexual behavior or
have had an STI
Bacteria (such as staphylococcus and
streptococcus) and too much growth
of normal bacteria in the vagina
(bacterial vaginosis) can also cause
cervicitis.
Symptoms
Abnormal vaginal bleeding
After intercourse
After menopause
Between periods
Unusual vaginal discharge
Does not go away
Gray, white, or yellow color
May have an odor
Painful sexual intercourse
Pain in the vagina
Pressure or heaviness in the pelvis
Note: There may be no symptoms, so
it is recommended that certain
women be tested for chlamydia, even
if they do not have symptoms.
Exams and Tests
A pelvic examination may show:
Discharge from the cervix
Redness of the cervix
Swelling (inflammation) of the
walls of the vagina
Tests:
Inspection of the discharge under
a microscope (may show
candidiasis , trichomoniasis , or
bacterial vaginosis)
Pap smear
Tests for gonorrhea or chlamydia
Rarely, colposcopy and biopsy of the
cervix is necessary.
Treatment
Antibiotics are used to treat bacterial
infections, such as chlamydia,
gonorrhea, and others. Drugs called
antivirals may be used to treat herpes
infections.
Hormonal therapy (with estrogen or
progesterone) may be used in women
who have reached menopause
(postmenopausal).
When these treatments have not
worked or when cervicitis has been
present for a long time, treatment
may include:
Cryosurgery (freezing)
Electrocauterization
Laser therapy


www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001495.htm

pls ma i would advise u to see a gynaecologist or experienced doctor.
copy and paste doctor, why not open your own thread or betterstill divert your hatred borne out of obvious frustration towards somewhere else?? Nigerian docs wont cease to amaze me!
P.S: do not quote me else, u'll av ur sorry ass banned till eternity on this forum! #tonguesAwt #eyesWiden ooorbbii
Re: Pharmacists: The Drug Experts by onagoodday1: 2:46am On Aug 10, 2013
thepathologist:


PLEASE SEE UR DOCTOR NOT PHARMACIST BEFORE U TAKE COGNITOL
Cognitol (Vinpocetine) - 5mg (10
Tablets)
Main Use
Active Integredient
Marketed Name
Brain functioning
Vinpocetine
Cognitol
Uses
Cognitol (Vinpocetine) is derived from
the periwinkle plant and is a non-
toxic supplement absorbed into the
body via tablets taken orally. It is
primarily used to aid brain
functioning by increasing the blood
flow to the brain, leading to increased
levels of oxygen and glucose. It is
prescribed to patients with
Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's
disease, or hypoxic injury, and has
also gained popularity as a nootropic.
Some physicians believe that it may
be useful for treating tinnitus, and it
may also be prescribed to treat other
conditions that have not been
mentioned here.
Dosage and administration
Always follow the prescription and
instructions provided by your doctor.
Typical dosage is 1 or 2 tablets per
day, taken in 1 or 2 doses per day,
alongside a full glass of water and a
meal or snack.
Side effects
Cognitol (Vinpocetine) is well
tolerated, with side effects usually
being mild in severity. Report all side
effects to your doctor however,
especially if they persist, worsen, or
become bothersome.
Side effects may include:
Nausea
Indigestion
Headaches
Drowsiness
Dizziness
Anxiety
Insomnia
Facial flushing
Dry mouth
Reduced blood pressure
Apoptosis
Precautions
Cognitol (Vinpocetine) is not safe for
all patients. Always inform your
doctor if you are pregnant or
breastfeeding and discuss the
possible risks involved.
Always before you begin taking
Cognitol (Vinpocetine), always
disclose details of any of the
following to your doctor.
Any allergies you have
Any other medical conditions,
disorders, or illnesses you suffer
from
Any other drugs or medication
you, including non-prescription
medication, prescription
medication, supplements,
vitamins, and herbal treatments

www.unitedpharmacies.com/Cognitol_Vinpocetine__5mg_10_Tablets-p-1605.html

mr copy cat doctor,i would have washed you thoroughly if not that this thread is meant for pharmacist,i would not like you to turn it into a an arena of hate/jabbing because that is what most doctors are known for..but let me advise you,look at your first sentence and then look at your source/link and then use your brain

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