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How can I get information about medications? Mental Health America

7/7/2014
03:38 | Author: David Perry

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How can I get information about medications? Mental Health America

Many mental health consumers, as well as concerned family and friends, seek information to help them better understand the benefits of prescribed medications.

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It's especially important to l your doctor about any side effects you're having from the medication. You may be able to make some changes in dosage or the time of day you take the medication to lessen or get rid of the side effects. There are also newer medications that have fewer side effects than older drugs, making it easier for people to stay on them. If after an extended period of time on a medication you are still not experiencing progress, you may need to talk with your doctor about trying another medication.

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Medication Mental Health America

5/6/2014
05:36 | Author: Emma Coleman

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Medication Mental Health America

It is important to know the benefits of prescribed medications, as well as their since it can be hard to remember a lot of information, especially when you aren't.

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Some people get relief from their symptoms immediay, others after a few days or weeks; for others it may take even longer. Medications differ widely in how quickly they take effect. After a short time on the medication, it's important to share with your doctor or therapist how you are doing with the treatment.

Possible side effects include: stomach problems, drowsiness, weight gain, dizziness, shaking, blurred vision, lack of coordination or confusion.

Possible side effects include: trouble falling asleep, decreased appetite and weight loss.

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NAMI About Medications

3/5/2014
07:54 | Author: Lauren Ross

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NAMI About Medications

General Information about Specific Medications. Research is constantly providing us with new information about the brain and the nature of mental illness and.

Research is constantly providing us with new information about the brain and the nature of mental illness and, consequently, more effective treatments, including medications. Not everyone responds to medications in the same way. Often, multiple types of medications must be assessed in order to find the one, or ones, that are the most effective for an individual.

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Drug Safety and Availability Medication Guides

11/14/2014
01:08 | Author: Emma Coleman

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Drug Safety and Availability Medication Guides

Updated list of medication guides. Get updates when this information changes certain information is necessary to prevent serious adverse effects.

certain information is necessary to prevent serious adverse effects.

MS Contin (morphine sulfate).

Daliresp (roflumilast).

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Arcapta (indacaterol maleate).

patient decision-making should be informed by information about a known serious side effect with a product, or.

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Moviprep (polyethylene glycol 3350, sodium sulfate, sodium chloride, potassium chloride, sodium ascorbate, and ascorbic acid).

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* biologic or drug/biologic combination.

Felbatol (felbamate).

Medication Guides are paper handouts that come with many prescription medicines. The guides address issues that are specific to particular drugs and drug classes, and they contain FDA-approved information that can help patients avoid serious adverse events.

Drugs@FDA and DailyMed also contain medication guides as part of drug labeling.

FDA requires that Medication Guides be issued with certain prescribed drugs and biological products when the Agency determines that:

patient adherence to directions for the use of a product are essential to its effectiveness.

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Safe Medication

9/13/2014
01:50 | Author: David Perry

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Safe Medication

Medication search engine, information on safety and useful content on how to take medicines most effectively.

Click here for a great tool to help you keep track.

Click here to read their advice and experiences.

The drug information in this searchable database is based on ASHP's AHFS Consumer Medication Information.

Can you name all of the medicines that you are taking? Do you know what they are for?

Click here to see how to administer these medicines and more.

Have you ever wondered how to use eye drops or an inhaler properly?

Pharmacists can help you use your medicines safely and effectively.

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