Is this a 4$ prescription?
klor-con m20 tab
Asked by Kim Blankumsee 6 months ago.
Only your pharmacist or insurance provider will know the answer to that question. Answered by Henriette Kloss 6 months ago.
Depends on your insurance. Answered by Nakesha Meixner 6 months ago.
You need to ask the pharmacy itself. Answered by Jeremy Troost 6 months ago.
Otc equivalant for Klor-con m20?
Im currently taking Klor-con m20 & its getting very expensive. Cant i take an otc potasium glucanate & @ what doseage?
Asked by Brittani Marksbury 6 months ago.
No. Potassium gluconate isn't the correct potassium salt. Further, you'd have to take the equivalent of several bottles per week to reach the milligram content of a few Klor-Con™ tablets. Answered by Denver Giannecchini 6 months ago.
Klor-con M20 Answered by Deshawn Schoonhoven 6 months ago.
Klor-con M20 (potassium) I hate these big pills?
What is my best source of potassium from foods? I have gained 40+ lbs since heart surgery last year. Taking Lasix 2x a day; can't get the answer from my doctors; any suggestions?
Asked by Jae Salafia 6 months ago.
banana is the richest source of natural food for potassium but it is hard to quantify the amount of K from one banana. you can ask the pharmacist if you can get liquid KCL. good luck Answered by Hue Vangorder 6 months ago.
you wont get enough from foods, potatoes , and bananas Answered by Rosalina Kahill 6 months ago.
How many Klor-Con m20's does it take to Over Dose?
Asked by Patrina Flud 6 months ago.
Christ, whatever you do, keep a bottle of sodium polystyrene sulfonate handy, along with a cell phone with 911 on speed dial. Answered by Charla Cerchia 6 months ago.
Please please please don't mess around with potassium supplements. Too much potassium can, no, it WILL cause heart arrhythmias and enough of it will stop your heart. If you've taken more than the recommended dose, you need to call a doctor asap. Answered by Maritza Steagell 6 months ago.
How many mg in 20 meQ of potassium (Klor-Con M20 tabs?
Asked by Jerri Maywalt 6 months ago.
pdrhealth.com Answered by Alma Selis 6 months ago.
Klor-con M20 20 Meq Answered by Stephen Bagaoisan 6 months ago.
1500 mg KCL Answered by Ciera Faith 6 months ago.
5.3mg/dl are in 20 mEq/l Answered by Laveta Heinzman 6 months ago.
you wont get enough from foods, potatoes , and bananas Answered by Rachel Safrit 6 months ago.
How many mg in 20 meQ of potassium (Klor-Con M20 tabs)?
Asked by Dorethea Capraro 6 months ago.
1500 mg KCL Do I get 20 points for anwsering the same question twice?? Answered by Carline Yetto 6 months ago.
What pill has kc m20 on it?
Asked by Alysia Littell 6 months ago.
It's a Klor-Con extended release tablet (20MEQ). It's also known as potassium chloride. These tablets should not be crushed because they are extended release and should be taken with plenty of water. Also, if you have questions like this again, a good person to call is a pharmacist. Any local Walgreens, Osco, Walmart, etc., will do. Just give them a call and tell them what it looks like. They have drug identifier books and can tell you what kind of drug it is. Good luck! Answered by Sharilyn Sapienza 6 months ago.
Took the wrong medication accidentally?
Every day I take my prescription meds. My siblings and I all share one sink, but our meds are separated from each other because they look exactly alike. Well this afternoon I needed to take my daily amount and of course I didn't look at the bottle cause I'm an idiot and I assumed it was mine because it was...
Asked by Carie Chenaille 6 months ago.
Every day I take my prescription meds. My siblings and I all share one sink, but our meds are separated from each other because they look exactly alike. Well this afternoon I needed to take my daily amount and of course I didn't look at the bottle cause I'm an idiot and I assumed it was mine because it was in the same place I had placed it. Well I guess one of my siblings moved it next to mine and I took their blood pressure medication (5 pills) instead of my normals. I read the label after I realized an hour later I had taken the wrong ones and it says klor-con m20 20 meq. I doubt this is really a problem, but I have a bit of low blood pressure, so could anyone tell me if this is going to be a problem. I'd rather not make a big deal about it if it isn't. Answered by Carmon Mammenga 6 months ago.
Make sure someone else (an adult) knows and do not be alone for 24 hours. It looks like this medication is used to increase the potassium in the blood, but 5 pills sound like a lot. . Answered by Ewa Joyner 6 months ago.
You must check a doctor . Answered by Sally Minardo 6 months ago.
Would progesterone pills lower sex drive?
My wife has developed heart palputations or was the diagnosis several months ago. She is taking Atenolol 25 mg for that. She also had other blood work done by a different doctor and said she had a hormone imbalance. He prescribed Klor-Con M20 which is potassium and Progesterone 100 mg. She is 33 and and we are not...
Asked by Dagny Mckethan 6 months ago.
My wife has developed heart palputations or was the diagnosis several months ago. She is taking Atenolol 25 mg for that. She also had other blood work done by a different doctor and said she had a hormone imbalance. He prescribed Klor-Con M20 which is potassium and Progesterone 100 mg. She is 33 and and we are not trying to conceive.Doctor said she had a low Progesterone level and gave her the above mentioned.Since her sex drive has dove to nothing and says it feels the same as when she was on birth control and has no desire at all. We are going to another doctor but we wanted to know if anyone else experienced this or might know if any of these medications have this effect.Thanks alot. Answered by Young Umbel 6 months ago.
One common problem that happens is this. I have been there and done that. You have to figure out what it is first that is destroying her sex drive. If shes on medication like birth control or anti-depressants that is something to think about and do research on. Other then that it could just be stress, maybe the kids, really anything that makes your life stressful can do this and lower the libido. One thing I tried that seemed to work while I was doing it was exercising. I just felt sexier doing it which kind of boosted my libido. However it wasn't the best solution for me. My friend told me about these herbal enhancers that are made from natural herbs and don't cause any side effects besides having wild sex. She said it's the female version of viagra that you should suggest to her. I had to find out. I would always have a weak orgasm too (if I had one at all), which after trying this sex enhancer, it boosted them tremendously. I don't get multiple orgasms but I've had plenty since being on these herbs. It's seriously like the best vibrator ride you've ever experienced. These things make me horny all the time, some days I don't even take them because the urge is just too strong. Don't try out single herbs because they don't do it like the blend of herbs these scientists and researchers pick out. I've tried a couple of them by itself and they did crap. The stuff that I'm on is called Hersolution, at the time I saved money on it at herenhancement .com . Make sure she gets the 3 month supply that way you fall under the guarantee/return policy if the herbs don't work for her, she can return them with no questions ask. I bet they will work though and you won't have any problems. Also if shes on medication of any sort, check out the gel because if your like me, you wouldn't want to swallow any thing that might react with the medications your already on. Well have a good day and hopefully you solved your problem. Answered by Rickie Gwynn 6 months ago.
I am now not at the tablet, so no, I have not skilled this. However, lack of libido, is, alas, a typical facet outcome of hormonal beginning manipulate approaches. Pretty counterproductive, huh? Answered by Allan Kunkler 6 months ago.
Get in touch with me and I can help you. Answered by Analisa Renyer 6 months ago.
I Think Father's Doctor Has Him on Too Many Meds, Could I be Right?
He's in his late 50s and has heart issues like high blood pressure and has heart attacks in the past. He's become diabetic in the last 5 years. He moved to another state about 2 years ago and until recently was only taking 2-3 meds. Now he's taking all of these each day:Lavaza 1 gm X 4GLYB/METFORM...
Asked by Angelica Ziesman 6 months ago.
He's in his late 50s and has heart issues like high blood pressure and has heart attacks in the past. He's become diabetic in the last 5 years. He moved to another state about 2 years ago and until recently was only taking 2-3 meds. Now he's taking all of these each day: Lavaza 1 gm X 4 GLYB/METFORM 2.5/ 500 TAB X 4 BYSTOLIC 5 MG X 1 ASPIRN 325 MG X 1 EXFORCE HCT 5/320 X 1 HYDOXYZ 25 MG X 1 KLOR CON M20 X 2 SIMZASEACIN 20MG X 1 JANUVIC 100MG X 1 HYDROCHLOROT 25 MG X 1 LASIX 20 MG CLONIDINE HCL 0.1 MG X 1 ALPHA LIPOIC ACID 200 MG X 3 PANTOTHENIC ACID 500 MG X 3 Answered by David Moote 6 months ago.
Not all of these are "dangerous chemicals":-- the last one is a B Vitamin, for example. Also a lot of misspellings, so hard to piece together. Some are diabetic meds (e.g., Januvia), which he needs to avoid further complications from the lack of blood sugar control. Some are to control blood lipid levels (simvastatin), some are diuretics ("water pills") to ease high BP and KlorCon is potassium to counteract loss of that electrolyte from the diuretics. Others like Exforge are to control the high BP to prevent him from stroking. Hopefully, a primary care physician has a complete list of all these meds so that they can be reconciled and checked carefully. Best wishes. Answered by Kym Ripper 6 months ago.
Well, if I were your dad, I would find a better doctor. marijuana does not interact with other medications and would be safe to take while on other medications... so her reasoning has nothing to do with his safety. It seems like she is trying to make a point, by not prescribing pain meds, as pain meds don't do anything but make you not feel pain. They don't heal, and they are terrible for you in the long haul... that being said, if your Dad is in pain, he needs something to dull it a little at least. He should go see a better doctor and explain what happened at the last doctor, there are many non addictive pain meds, but they are non-narcotic, which means they don't kill pain really as much as they are anti-inflamitories. When I was about 21, I was dating a guy who had 7 slipped discs in his back... he had been a drug addict and was doing all he could to stay off of all drugs, so he only took Ultrims as needed for pain.... but over time, he gave up and slowly integrated hard core pain killers back into his life and now he's a full blown junky.... There are reasons doctors don't like prescribing addictive meds to people with problems with addiction, but for the doc to say its cuz he smokes pot? that sounds like either your Dad is lying to you about why she wouldn't prescribe them, or she's a total idiot. Answered by Marion Beinlich 6 months ago.
WOW!! That is quite a scary pharmacological soup the doctor concocted that is for sure. I should first ask if all these prescriptions originated with the same doctor. Is he over-medicating your father? Only someone with intimate knowledge of your father's conditions can answer that. There are doctors out there that are "pill happy". They are a bit quick to prescribe meds to solve a health problem. He has prescribed several meds to treat your dad's high blood pressure.The following five drugs are specifically for that purpose. 1. Bystolic: Rx for high blood pressure. It works by slowing the heart beat. 2. Exforce? could be you mean Exforge: Rx for high blood pressure. This is actually a combination of two anti hypertensive drugs. 3. Lasix: Rx for high blood pressure. This is a diuretic to reduce blood volume. It makes you pee more often. 4. Klor Con: Rx to replace the potassium lost with more frequent urination. Is usually prescribed with a diuretic such as Lasix. 5. Aspirin: Is of course, a non prescription drug used as a blood thinner. As a consequence of the thinning action it reduces clotting action of blood which will lessen the tendency for plaque buildup on artery walls. 6. Hydrocholorot: Another Rx that is a combination drug. Hydrochlorothiazide and reserpine. It lowers high blood pressure in two ways. First it allows blood vessels to relax and offer less resistance to blood flow, second it is another diuretic. 7. Hydrox: Rx for anxiety The following three drugs directly treat diabetes. 8. Metformin: Rx. Helps control blood sugar levels 9. Januvic? I believe you mean Januvia. Also an Rx used treat diabetes. 10. Alpha Lipolic Acid. This is not a prescription. It is a supplement that is used as an adjunct to prescription drugs to help treat diabetes. 11. Lavaza? Could you have meant Lovaza? If so, it is an Rx used to help reduce triglyceride levels. There is such a supplement as Lavazza. It is contained in some Italian coffees thought to be helpful in a lot of medical conditions although only through anecdotal evidence 12. Pantothenic Acid. A non prescription supplement that is thought to aid metabolism. I believe you have good reason for concern. If he is actually taking all that, it is DEFINITELY time for a second opinion. That is my admittedly unprofessional opinion. I am not a medical professional, but all those meds seem a bit extreme to me. The supplements I have no arguement with. All those high blood pressure meds would worry me if it were my dad. Only someone with an intimate knowledge of his condition can say for sure. To get an unbiased professional opinion you could take that list to a pharmacist and see what he or she has to say about all those meds and any possible drug interactions. I can only imagine what your father is paying for all that. Either that or he must have really great prescription drug insurance coverage. It appears that you may have to be his advocate when it comes to his health. If he will allow that. I can only say ... good luck! This is from someone that has "been there and done that". Answered by Romaine Tadman 6 months ago.
No doubt in my mind. High blood pressure is likely due to thick blood, and/or elevated uric acid. address those problems (or which it is if you can determine). High acidity is a problem that can be addressed with a mineral supplement. Diabetes is likely not a disease, also, but a symptom. find the cause and address it, rather than trying to change symptoms with toxic chemicals. Answered by Delmer Adjutant 6 months ago.