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Gibbs 04-26-2013 05:46 AM

Your daily meds?
 
I'm nosey. What daily meds are we all on? As for me... (correct spelling not guaranteed!)

Lisinopril (blood pressure)
Baby aspirin (heart)
Glucophage(help with periods)
Synthroid (thyroid)
Happy Pill, can't remember the name ('cause I'm crazy! :lol: )

Ronnie51 04-26-2013 03:23 PM

Hey, Gibbs! I'm nosey too....Glucophage for periods? I thought it was a diabetes drug...or am I thinking of something else? OK, since I'm being nosey, I'll share mine:

Lotrel (BP)
Synthroid (for thyroid....I have a feeling a lot of people are on this)
Zocor (cholesterol)
Baby aspirin (Heart health)
Spirolactone (BP 4X/week)

solarpluvia 04-26-2013 11:16 PM

Ooo! I love talking about meds.

I take, mostly for the crazy:

Adderall (ADHD)
Wellbutrin ER (depression)
Guanfacine (ADHD)
Xanax (anxiety)
Allegra (allergies)
Generic Seasonale birth control pills (lady problems)

And a fistfull of supplements morning and evening.

Gibbs 04-27-2013 09:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ronnie51 (Post 16395768)
Hey, Gibbs! I'm nosey too....Glucophage for periods? I thought it was a diabetes drug...or am I thinking of something else?

Years ago I was borderline PCOS, irregular periods, a mess. Doc swore Glucophage would fix it. It did and turned me into Fertile Myrtle too!! :hyst:

And I wish I could think of what my happy pill is. :dunno: I do know I'm on 20 mg of it!

LEXAPRO! That's what it is!

Ntombi 04-27-2013 03:58 PM

Oh, god, it's a long list.

Synthroid
The Pill
Maxalt (migraine relief)
Nadolol (migraine prevention)
Paxil (depression)
Relafen (pain)
Zanaflex (pain/muscle spasms)
Neurontin (nerve pain)
Levaquin (antibiotic)
Singulair (allergies)
Astelin (allergies)
Folic acid (malabsorption)
B12 self-injected (malabsorption)
D
Trazodone (sleeping pill)

And a couple of others I can't remember off the top of my head.

I normally also get an infusion of an MS med every four weeks, but I have had an active infection for several months, so I haven't had it since December.


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