Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018873/002.

Names and composition

"MEXITIL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018873/002 MEXITIL MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 150MG
018873/003 MEXITIL MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 200MG
018873/004 MEXITIL MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 250MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018873/002 MEXITIL MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 150MG
018873/003 MEXITIL MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 200MG
018873/004 MEXITIL MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 250MG
074377/001 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 150MG
074377/002 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 200MG
074377/003 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 250MG
074450/001 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 150MG
074450/002 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 200MG
074450/003 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 250MG
074711/001 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 150MG
074711/002 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 200MG
074711/003 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 250MG
074865/001 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 150MG
074865/002 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 200MG
074865/003 MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE MEXILETINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 250MG

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Answered questions

Which drug must be combined with another drug to be effective?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin or tocainide? Asked by Racheal Bringle 2 years ago.

All 4 are effective on their own. Lidocaine is a local anesthetic and antiarrhythmic. Mexitil (mexilitine) is an antiarrhythmic. Dilantin (phenytoin) is an antiepileptic, (off-label use antiarrhythmic). Tonocard (tocainide) is an antiarrhythmic similar to lidocaine. Answered by Peter Cubias 2 years ago.

Bourbon and water. Answered by Mavis Augsburger 2 years ago.


Which drug must be combined with another drug to be effective?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin, or tocainide Asked by Eduardo Ploof 2 years ago.

To be effective how? Your question doesn't make sense. Answered by Chris Sully 2 years ago.

All 4 are effective on their own. Lidocaine is a local anesthetic and antiarrhythmic. Mexitil (mexilitine) is an antiarrhythmic. Dilantin (phenytoin) is an antiepileptic, (off-label use antiarrhythmic). Tonocard (tocainide) is an antiarrhythmic similar to lidocaine Answered by Maxwell Isenbarger 2 years ago.

try drugs.com It should help !! Answered by Laticia Burdett 2 years ago.


Which drug is used on digitalis-induced arrhythmias?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin, or tocainide Asked by Ha Barrett 2 years ago.

The treatment of digoxin induced cardiac arrhythmia's first would be dilantin because of incidence of heart block with toxic blood levels, if there is no heart block then lidocaine could be used very carefully. If the patient was in a CCU we just observe the patient and would just hold the digoxin and check the patients electrolytes and correct any imbalances as hypokalemia can potentiate digoxin levels.The preferred treatment if available is to administer digoxin immune Fab which is preferred instead of antiarrythmic drugs because of heart block, or to insert a temporary pacemaker. Answered by Alton Hollowell 2 years ago.

Digitalis Induced Arrhythmias Answered by Aaron Hollamon 2 years ago.

Lidocaine. It works by lessening the irritaion in the heart muscle. Answered by Bea Folkins 2 years ago.


Which agent is often the first used for emergency therapy of arrhythmias?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin, or tocainide? Asked by Mui Somogye 2 years ago.

IV Lidocaine. Answered by Karoline Pottichen 2 years ago.

You do not state what the cardiac arrhythmia is but I would say lidocaine providing the arrhythmia isn't complete heart block. Your question is too vague,you need to provide more information to get a correct answer. Answered by Christia Kolosky 2 years ago.

Your too brilliant skipper bradycardia isn't an arrhythmia it a heart rate less than 60 Answered by Mitzi Nehmer 2 years ago.

depends on what the arrythmia is Lidocaine will do nothing for bradycardia Answered by Broderick Foulger 2 years ago.


Help with prescription medications?
ordered: (mexitil) 300 mg q8hOn hand: (mextil) 150mg per tabletamount to be administered?OrderedL: Prilosec-DR 20 mg p.o. qdOn hand: Prilosec-DR 10 mg capsulesAmount to be administered?Ordered: Vistaril 10mg p.o. qdOn hand: Vistaril 25 mg per 5 mLLabel___ amount to be administered?need to be shown... Asked by Carletta Capellas 2 years ago.

ordered: (mexitil) 300 mg q8h On hand: (mextil) 150mg per tablet amount to be administered? OrderedL: Prilosec-DR 20 mg p.o. qd On hand: Prilosec-DR 10 mg capsules Amount to be administered? Ordered: Vistaril 10mg p.o. qd On hand: Vistaril 25 mg per 5 mL Label___ amount to be administered? need to be shown how to do these? Answered by Dena Brennen 2 years ago.

formula is (prescription dose) / (stock dose / quantity) ordered: (mexitil) 300 mg q8h On hand: (mextil) 150mg per tablet 300mg/150mg per tab gives you 2 tablets OrderedL: Prilosec-DR 20 mg p.o. qd On hand: Prilosec-DR 10 mg capsules 20 mg / 10 mg per capsule gives you 2 capsules Ordered: Vistaril 10mg p.o. qd On hand: Vistaril 25 mg per 5 mL 10 mg / (25mg / 5 ml) gives you 2 ml Answered by Griselda Capece 2 years ago.


Is their a medicine that can help me with Borderline personality disorder?
Im on Lamictal, it helps some Asked by Nicholas Focht 2 years ago.

yes mood stabilizers. i am on Lamictal as well and Inderal, Lithium. i have been on Gabatril, Neurontin and Zyprexa. i have had BPD for over 25 years. the Lithium & Lamictal has worked extremely well in keeping my mood swingd down. dont get me wrong i still have them they just arent as intense. are you in any type of therapy? therapy has helped me some what. i get most of my help through self help books and groups for BPD online. like the book "The Angry Heart" has work sheets for you to do. it has been a very beneficial in my treatment! hope this is of some help to you! here is a list of mood stabilizers that can be used in the treatment of BPD... Lithonate Lithium Carbonate Depakote Divalproex Sodium Gabatril Tiagabine Keppra Lamitcal Neurontin Tegretol Trigeminal Neuralgia Trileptal Oxcarbazepine Trigeminal Neuralgia Topamax Topiramate Zonegran Zonisamide Zyprexa Olanzapine Calan Verapamil Catapres Clonidine Inderal Propranolol Mexitil Mexiletine Tenex Answered by Karima Daskal 2 years ago.

Unfortunately, there are no medications today to treat borderline personality disorder. There are, however, meds to treat the symptoms, like depression and anxiety. It sometimes takes a while to figure out just what the right meds are. Apparently you're seeing someone cuz you're currently on a medication. I'm not familiar with this med. What is it for? I am taking an anti-depressant and have anxiety meds to use when needed. I don't know if you know about Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, but it is curerntly the most effective treatmet for BPD. I am currently in a class under the auspices of Marsha Linehan, the developer of the therapy. It's a wonderful therapy. After only about two months, I am already seeing results. Don't give up. We all need hope to keep us going. Answered by Margarete Maslyn 2 years ago.

BPD is a disorder that can wreak havoc on anyone involved in a relationship in any capacity with a borderline. Based upon experience, nothing you could possibly do or say will ever be enough. There is a deep hole in their soul that may only be able to be helped if they realize that they have a problem and commit to long-term, intensive therapy. This is not a disorder that can be managed by medication. Check the source - some great books and other resources on just this issue. Answered by Karole Philman 2 years ago.

to commence with, "common" is purely a niche on the curve wherein around 32 share of ladies and men people fall, no longer best in character, although even in the placement of indoors organs.  So, if i'm no longer in the 32 share, i'm no longer "common?"  i might wager my front seat in hell (an' I won one for specific) that your marginal deviance from the 32 share is greater beneficial mind's eye and hyper sensitivity.  You worry too much. All toddlers do it: do I even have sufficient friends?  Does he like me?  Why am I no longer athletic? all that stuff.  look, kiddo, while he's 40 5 years historic, who remembers who was once quarter back or suitable element guy on the tourney or cheerleader or queen of the prom.  As we pass by existence, the concerns that one mattered no longer do and that they are replaced by distinctive greater beneficial great person constructive factors. bill Gates was once a suitable training nerd. i'm specific, as specific i'm going to additionally be, that your "Borderline character affliction" is "over the suitable" self limitation.  you're a advantageous new child with an entire existence forward to wholesome into alongside jointly with your character only as this is. remember this, that being too mature, too person, is a character affliction at 15, even though it makes damn appropriate physicians and community leaders at 40. only wait, teen. Your day is coming. Answered by Ruthanne Perteet 2 years ago.

I am not sure, but a psychiatrist would know. Most people have general practice doctors throwing medication all over the place and have a look and see approach. A good psychiatrist who specializes in this kind of thing would be of great value Answered by Reyes Isgro 2 years ago.

it depends on how severe your symptoms are and which ones affect you the most. if the anxiety is the problem then i would suggest xanax or klonopin. if depression is the problem then i would suggest cymbalta, wellbutrin, or lexapro. are you in counseling as well? Answered by Annett Gilgore 2 years ago.

I have bpd and i'm on zyprexa!! and it helps me most of the time. :) XX Lollies Answered by Chas Liljeberg 2 years ago.

Ummmmmmmmmmmm.... Hun don"t wrry! Yr fine forget bout it!!! Answered by Halina Pourner 2 years ago.


I have had hiccups for 3 days straight~~~ 10 points for help?
i had the flu....when i got a steroid shot i came home and had the hiccups....they come and go but they have kept me up in the middle of the night even continuing for 3 hours one time.....i drink lots of water but it doesn't really work and i have tried most alllllll of the hiccup remedies....please give me an... Asked by Cristina Schmutzler 2 years ago.

i had the flu....when i got a steroid shot i came home and had the hiccups....they come and go but they have kept me up in the middle of the night even continuing for 3 hours one time.....i drink lots of water but it doesn't really work and i have tried most alllllll of the hiccup remedies....please give me an explanation and some HELPPPP! thanks! 10 points to best answer!!!! Answered by Danelle Pawlitschek 2 years ago.

the only element that ever works for me is a spoonful of peanut butter. It ameliorations your respiration types purely precise simply by fact of its stickiness. uncertain if this is interior the abode therapy e book, in spite of the undeniable fact that this is fool-evidence at my abode. Answered by Temple Cipriani 2 years ago.


Which drug must be combined with another drug to be effective?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin or tocainide? Asked by Maureen Cosgriff 2 years ago.

All 4 are effective on their own. Lidocaine is a local anesthetic and antiarrhythmic. Mexitil (mexilitine) is an antiarrhythmic. Dilantin (phenytoin) is an antiepileptic, (off-label use antiarrhythmic). Tonocard (tocainide) is an antiarrhythmic similar to lidocaine. Answered by Lucretia Harn 2 years ago.

Bourbon and water. Answered by Dinah Pedroso 2 years ago.


Which drug must be combined with another drug to be effective?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin, or tocainide Asked by Louisa Baldridge 2 years ago.

To be effective how? Your question doesn't make sense. Answered by Nan Mix 2 years ago.

All 4 are effective on their own. Lidocaine is a local anesthetic and antiarrhythmic. Mexitil (mexilitine) is an antiarrhythmic. Dilantin (phenytoin) is an antiepileptic, (off-label use antiarrhythmic). Tonocard (tocainide) is an antiarrhythmic similar to lidocaine Answered by Scotty Dau 2 years ago.

try drugs.com It should help !! Answered by Kaycee Knierim 2 years ago.


Which drug is used on digitalis-induced arrhythmias?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin, or tocainide Asked by Flavia Tiffner 2 years ago.

The treatment of digoxin induced cardiac arrhythmia's first would be dilantin because of incidence of heart block with toxic blood levels, if there is no heart block then lidocaine could be used very carefully. If the patient was in a CCU we just observe the patient and would just hold the digoxin and check the patients electrolytes and correct any imbalances as hypokalemia can potentiate digoxin levels.The preferred treatment if available is to administer digoxin immune Fab which is preferred instead of antiarrythmic drugs because of heart block, or to insert a temporary pacemaker. Answered by Ranee Mcpeek 2 years ago.

Digitalis Induced Arrhythmias Answered by Arianne Edvalson 2 years ago.

Lidocaine. It works by lessening the irritaion in the heart muscle. Answered by Chung Fongvongsa 2 years ago.


Which agent is often the first used for emergency therapy of arrhythmias?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin, or tocainide? Asked by Verdell Skeete 2 years ago.

IV Lidocaine. Answered by Gerardo Caravantes 2 years ago.

You do not state what the cardiac arrhythmia is but I would say lidocaine providing the arrhythmia isn't complete heart block. Your question is too vague,you need to provide more information to get a correct answer. Answered by Addie Schumacker 2 years ago.

Your too brilliant skipper bradycardia isn't an arrhythmia it a heart rate less than 60 Answered by Edie Larbi 2 years ago.

depends on what the arrythmia is Lidocaine will do nothing for bradycardia Answered by Xavier Gladney 2 years ago.


Help with prescription medications?
ordered: (mexitil) 300 mg q8hOn hand: (mextil) 150mg per tabletamount to be administered?OrderedL: Prilosec-DR 20 mg p.o. qdOn hand: Prilosec-DR 10 mg capsulesAmount to be administered?Ordered: Vistaril 10mg p.o. qdOn hand: Vistaril 25 mg per 5 mLLabel___ amount to be administered?need to be shown... Asked by Britney Ebbighausen 2 years ago.

ordered: (mexitil) 300 mg q8h On hand: (mextil) 150mg per tablet amount to be administered? OrderedL: Prilosec-DR 20 mg p.o. qd On hand: Prilosec-DR 10 mg capsules Amount to be administered? Ordered: Vistaril 10mg p.o. qd On hand: Vistaril 25 mg per 5 mL Label___ amount to be administered? need to be shown how to do these? Answered by Ta Irizary 2 years ago.

formula is (prescription dose) / (stock dose / quantity) ordered: (mexitil) 300 mg q8h On hand: (mextil) 150mg per tablet 300mg/150mg per tab gives you 2 tablets OrderedL: Prilosec-DR 20 mg p.o. qd On hand: Prilosec-DR 10 mg capsules 20 mg / 10 mg per capsule gives you 2 capsules Ordered: Vistaril 10mg p.o. qd On hand: Vistaril 25 mg per 5 mL 10 mg / (25mg / 5 ml) gives you 2 ml Answered by Karan Curvin 2 years ago.


Is their a medicine that can help me with Borderline personality disorder?
Im on Lamictal, it helps some Asked by Annmarie Nilmeier 2 years ago.

yes mood stabilizers. i am on Lamictal as well and Inderal, Lithium. i have been on Gabatril, Neurontin and Zyprexa. i have had BPD for over 25 years. the Lithium & Lamictal has worked extremely well in keeping my mood swingd down. dont get me wrong i still have them they just arent as intense. are you in any type of therapy? therapy has helped me some what. i get most of my help through self help books and groups for BPD online. like the book "The Angry Heart" has work sheets for you to do. it has been a very beneficial in my treatment! hope this is of some help to you! here is a list of mood stabilizers that can be used in the treatment of BPD... Lithonate Lithium Carbonate Depakote Divalproex Sodium Gabatril Tiagabine Keppra Lamitcal Neurontin Tegretol Trigeminal Neuralgia Trileptal Oxcarbazepine Trigeminal Neuralgia Topamax Topiramate Zonegran Zonisamide Zyprexa Olanzapine Calan Verapamil Catapres Clonidine Inderal Propranolol Mexitil Mexiletine Tenex Answered by Tiera Machle 2 years ago.

Unfortunately, there are no medications today to treat borderline personality disorder. There are, however, meds to treat the symptoms, like depression and anxiety. It sometimes takes a while to figure out just what the right meds are. Apparently you're seeing someone cuz you're currently on a medication. I'm not familiar with this med. What is it for? I am taking an anti-depressant and have anxiety meds to use when needed. I don't know if you know about Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, but it is curerntly the most effective treatmet for BPD. I am currently in a class under the auspices of Marsha Linehan, the developer of the therapy. It's a wonderful therapy. After only about two months, I am already seeing results. Don't give up. We all need hope to keep us going. Answered by Enriqueta Westmeyer 2 years ago.

BPD is a disorder that can wreak havoc on anyone involved in a relationship in any capacity with a borderline. Based upon experience, nothing you could possibly do or say will ever be enough. There is a deep hole in their soul that may only be able to be helped if they realize that they have a problem and commit to long-term, intensive therapy. This is not a disorder that can be managed by medication. Check the source - some great books and other resources on just this issue. Answered by Rosia Defilippi 2 years ago.

to commence with, "common" is purely a niche on the curve wherein around 32 share of ladies and men people fall, no longer best in character, although even in the placement of indoors organs.  So, if i'm no longer in the 32 share, i'm no longer "common?"  i might wager my front seat in hell (an' I won one for specific) that your marginal deviance from the 32 share is greater beneficial mind's eye and hyper sensitivity.  You worry too much. All toddlers do it: do I even have sufficient friends?  Does he like me?  Why am I no longer athletic? all that stuff.  look, kiddo, while he's 40 5 years historic, who remembers who was once quarter back or suitable element guy on the tourney or cheerleader or queen of the prom.  As we pass by existence, the concerns that one mattered no longer do and that they are replaced by distinctive greater beneficial great person constructive factors. bill Gates was once a suitable training nerd. i'm specific, as specific i'm going to additionally be, that your "Borderline character affliction" is "over the suitable" self limitation.  you're a advantageous new child with an entire existence forward to wholesome into alongside jointly with your character only as this is. remember this, that being too mature, too person, is a character affliction at 15, even though it makes damn appropriate physicians and community leaders at 40. only wait, teen. Your day is coming. Answered by Calista Kleespies 2 years ago.

I am not sure, but a psychiatrist would know. Most people have general practice doctors throwing medication all over the place and have a look and see approach. A good psychiatrist who specializes in this kind of thing would be of great value Answered by Tonja Grabenstein 2 years ago.

it depends on how severe your symptoms are and which ones affect you the most. if the anxiety is the problem then i would suggest xanax or klonopin. if depression is the problem then i would suggest cymbalta, wellbutrin, or lexapro. are you in counseling as well? Answered by Bambi Barnfield 2 years ago.

I have bpd and i'm on zyprexa!! and it helps me most of the time. :) XX Lollies Answered by Antonina Bardos 2 years ago.

Ummmmmmmmmmmm.... Hun don"t wrry! Yr fine forget bout it!!! Answered by Johanna Heeney 2 years ago.


I have had hiccups for 3 days straight~~~ 10 points for help?
i had the flu....when i got a steroid shot i came home and had the hiccups....they come and go but they have kept me up in the middle of the night even continuing for 3 hours one time.....i drink lots of water but it doesn't really work and i have tried most alllllll of the hiccup remedies....please give me an... Asked by Coralee Frentzel 2 years ago.

i had the flu....when i got a steroid shot i came home and had the hiccups....they come and go but they have kept me up in the middle of the night even continuing for 3 hours one time.....i drink lots of water but it doesn't really work and i have tried most alllllll of the hiccup remedies....please give me an explanation and some HELPPPP! thanks! 10 points to best answer!!!! Answered by Tanika Boehmke 2 years ago.

the only element that ever works for me is a spoonful of peanut butter. It ameliorations your respiration types purely precise simply by fact of its stickiness. uncertain if this is interior the abode therapy e book, in spite of the undeniable fact that this is fool-evidence at my abode. Answered by Clarence Aites 2 years ago.


Which drug must be combined with another drug to be effective?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin or tocainide? Asked by Antonio Chmielewski 2 years ago.

All 4 are effective on their own. Lidocaine is a local anesthetic and antiarrhythmic. Mexitil (mexilitine) is an antiarrhythmic. Dilantin (phenytoin) is an antiepileptic, (off-label use antiarrhythmic). Tonocard (tocainide) is an antiarrhythmic similar to lidocaine. Answered by Emmett Britcher 2 years ago.

Bourbon and water. Answered by Kathi Dillavou 2 years ago.


Which drug must be combined with another drug to be effective?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin, or tocainide Asked by Margert Schoewe 2 years ago.

To be effective how? Your question doesn't make sense. Answered by Vernon Donah 2 years ago.

All 4 are effective on their own. Lidocaine is a local anesthetic and antiarrhythmic. Mexitil (mexilitine) is an antiarrhythmic. Dilantin (phenytoin) is an antiepileptic, (off-label use antiarrhythmic). Tonocard (tocainide) is an antiarrhythmic similar to lidocaine Answered by Christal Fiorenza 2 years ago.

try drugs.com It should help !! Answered by Lenny Ribar 2 years ago.


Which drug is used on digitalis-induced arrhythmias?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin, or tocainide Asked by Trent Graetz 2 years ago.

The treatment of digoxin induced cardiac arrhythmia's first would be dilantin because of incidence of heart block with toxic blood levels, if there is no heart block then lidocaine could be used very carefully. If the patient was in a CCU we just observe the patient and would just hold the digoxin and check the patients electrolytes and correct any imbalances as hypokalemia can potentiate digoxin levels.The preferred treatment if available is to administer digoxin immune Fab which is preferred instead of antiarrythmic drugs because of heart block, or to insert a temporary pacemaker. Answered by Karma Picketts 2 years ago.

Digitalis Induced Arrhythmias Answered by Maira String 2 years ago.

Lidocaine. It works by lessening the irritaion in the heart muscle. Answered by Eric Bateman 2 years ago.


Which agent is often the first used for emergency therapy of arrhythmias?
lidocaine, mexitil, dilantin, or tocainide? Asked by Delicia Mcalhaney 2 years ago.

IV Lidocaine. Answered by Ricarda Soladine 2 years ago.

You do not state what the cardiac arrhythmia is but I would say lidocaine providing the arrhythmia isn't complete heart block. Your question is too vague,you need to provide more information to get a correct answer. Answered by Boyd Thakur 2 years ago.

Your too brilliant skipper bradycardia isn't an arrhythmia it a heart rate less than 60 Answered by Princess Stakem 2 years ago.

depends on what the arrythmia is Lidocaine will do nothing for bradycardia Answered by Judith Alpern 2 years ago.


Help with prescription medications?
ordered: (mexitil) 300 mg q8hOn hand: (mextil) 150mg per tabletamount to be administered?OrderedL: Prilosec-DR 20 mg p.o. qdOn hand: Prilosec-DR 10 mg capsulesAmount to be administered?Ordered: Vistaril 10mg p.o. qdOn hand: Vistaril 25 mg per 5 mLLabel___ amount to be administered?need to be shown... Asked by Alejandrina Gaddis 2 years ago.

ordered: (mexitil) 300 mg q8h On hand: (mextil) 150mg per tablet amount to be administered? OrderedL: Prilosec-DR 20 mg p.o. qd On hand: Prilosec-DR 10 mg capsules Amount to be administered? Ordered: Vistaril 10mg p.o. qd On hand: Vistaril 25 mg per 5 mL Label___ amount to be administered? need to be shown how to do these? Answered by Guillermina Dec 2 years ago.

formula is (prescription dose) / (stock dose / quantity) ordered: (mexitil) 300 mg q8h On hand: (mextil) 150mg per tablet 300mg/150mg per tab gives you 2 tablets OrderedL: Prilosec-DR 20 mg p.o. qd On hand: Prilosec-DR 10 mg capsules 20 mg / 10 mg per capsule gives you 2 capsules Ordered: Vistaril 10mg p.o. qd On hand: Vistaril 25 mg per 5 mL 10 mg / (25mg / 5 ml) gives you 2 ml Answered by Chadwick Pfund 2 years ago.


Is their a medicine that can help me with Borderline personality disorder?
Im on Lamictal, it helps some Asked by Jonie Cramer 2 years ago.

yes mood stabilizers. i am on Lamictal as well and Inderal, Lithium. i have been on Gabatril, Neurontin and Zyprexa. i have had BPD for over 25 years. the Lithium & Lamictal has worked extremely well in keeping my mood swingd down. dont get me wrong i still have them they just arent as intense. are you in any type of therapy? therapy has helped me some what. i get most of my help through self help books and groups for BPD online. like the book "The Angry Heart" has work sheets for you to do. it has been a very beneficial in my treatment! hope this is of some help to you! here is a list of mood stabilizers that can be used in the treatment of BPD... Lithonate Lithium Carbonate Depakote Divalproex Sodium Gabatril Tiagabine Keppra Lamitcal Neurontin Tegretol Trigeminal Neuralgia Trileptal Oxcarbazepine Trigeminal Neuralgia Topamax Topiramate Zonegran Zonisamide Zyprexa Olanzapine Calan Verapamil Catapres Clonidine Inderal Propranolol Mexitil Mexiletine Tenex Answered by Ka Hearston 2 years ago.

Unfortunately, there are no medications today to treat borderline personality disorder. There are, however, meds to treat the symptoms, like depression and anxiety. It sometimes takes a while to figure out just what the right meds are. Apparently you're seeing someone cuz you're currently on a medication. I'm not familiar with this med. What is it for? I am taking an anti-depressant and have anxiety meds to use when needed. I don't know if you know about Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, but it is curerntly the most effective treatmet for BPD. I am currently in a class under the auspices of Marsha Linehan, the developer of the therapy. It's a wonderful therapy. After only about two months, I am already seeing results. Don't give up. We all need hope to keep us going. Answered by Clyde Rihanek 2 years ago.

BPD is a disorder that can wreak havoc on anyone involved in a relationship in any capacity with a borderline. Based upon experience, nothing you could possibly do or say will ever be enough. There is a deep hole in their soul that may only be able to be helped if they realize that they have a problem and commit to long-term, intensive therapy. This is not a disorder that can be managed by medication. Check the source - some great books and other resources on just this issue. Answered by Nila Nappier 2 years ago.

to commence with, "common" is purely a niche on the curve wherein around 32 share of ladies and men people fall, no longer best in character, although even in the placement of indoors organs.  So, if i'm no longer in the 32 share, i'm no longer "common?"  i might wager my front seat in hell (an' I won one for specific) that your marginal deviance from the 32 share is greater beneficial mind's eye and hyper sensitivity.  You worry too much. All toddlers do it: do I even have sufficient friends?  Does he like me?  Why am I no longer athletic? all that stuff.  look, kiddo, while he's 40 5 years historic, who remembers who was once quarter back or suitable element guy on the tourney or cheerleader or queen of the prom.  As we pass by existence, the concerns that one mattered no longer do and that they are replaced by distinctive greater beneficial great person constructive factors. bill Gates was once a suitable training nerd. i'm specific, as specific i'm going to additionally be, that your "Borderline character affliction" is "over the suitable" self limitation.  you're a advantageous new child with an entire existence forward to wholesome into alongside jointly with your character only as this is. remember this, that being too mature, too person, is a character affliction at 15, even though it makes damn appropriate physicians and community leaders at 40. only wait, teen. Your day is coming. Answered by Chasidy Dakin 2 years ago.

I am not sure, but a psychiatrist would know. Most people have general practice doctors throwing medication all over the place and have a look and see approach. A good psychiatrist who specializes in this kind of thing would be of great value Answered by Jere Patman 2 years ago.

it depends on how severe your symptoms are and which ones affect you the most. if the anxiety is the problem then i would suggest xanax or klonopin. if depression is the problem then i would suggest cymbalta, wellbutrin, or lexapro. are you in counseling as well? Answered by Ora Haczynski 2 years ago.

I have bpd and i'm on zyprexa!! and it helps me most of the time. :) XX Lollies Answered by Ma Ziemer 2 years ago.

Ummmmmmmmmmmm.... Hun don"t wrry! Yr fine forget bout it!!! Answered by Mireya Harbater 2 years ago.


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i had the flu....when i got a steroid shot i came home and had the hiccups....they come and go but they have kept me up in the middle of the night even continuing for 3 hours one time.....i drink lots of water but it doesn't really work and i have tried most alllllll of the hiccup remedies....please give me an... Asked by Jong Wernz 2 years ago.

i had the flu....when i got a steroid shot i came home and had the hiccups....they come and go but they have kept me up in the middle of the night even continuing for 3 hours one time.....i drink lots of water but it doesn't really work and i have tried most alllllll of the hiccup remedies....please give me an explanation and some HELPPPP! thanks! 10 points to best answer!!!! Answered by Laura Fringer 2 years ago.

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