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Wanted prescription for opioid withdrawl and and anxiety - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello how are you my name


Doctor :   Hi
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How can I help you?
User :   can you prescribe med or call them in or send me one in my email
Doctor :  
This is only for online consultation.
Doctor :  
I will not be able to prescribe you medications.
User :   i am currently on suboxone and for got to ask my doctor for some thing for anxiety
Doctor :  
A prescription drug can only be prescribed after a physical examination by a doctor.
User :   i am unable to get in touch with him to get something for aniexty
Doctor :   I shall suggest you few measures that can be done for anxiety.
Doctor :  
If you want a medication, you may have to consult your doctor for it.
User :   are you familar with suboxone
User :   shall i go to the er
Doctor :   Yes.
Doctor :  
I am familar with that medications.
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This is a prescription drug.
User :   i am currently on it
Doctor :  
You can go to the ER if your symptoms are severe.
User :   it is doing well for me except for the anxitey
Doctor :   I shall suggest you few other alternatives that you may try untill you meet your doctors.
User :   i am thinkin they will just think i am a drug seeker
User :   i was on pain management for a year and a half and now had back surgery
Doctor :  
Ok
User :   back is fine now but these withdrawals are horrible
Doctor :  
Ok
User :   suboxone is doing great for the cravings but the anxiety is horrible
Doctor :  
May I know the symptoms that you are presently experiencing?
User :   what can i do i think the doctors will judge me
User :   anxiety and anxiouness
User :   badly
Doctor :   Ok
User :   anns
Doctor :  
Ok
User :   cant stay still
Doctor :   Do you have difficulty in sleeping?
User :   oh yeah
Doctor :   Ok
User :   we have some urgent care clinics here shall i go to one
User :   or the ER
Doctor :   The doctors at the ER may not be able to prescribe you the medications as they are not the one who are specialised in it.
Doctor :  
You can try with a GP or may be the doctors at the urgent care clinics.
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If you do not get help from them.
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You can try Tab Sinarest twice daily.
Doctor :  
This is not an alternative to suboxone.
User :   what is this
Doctor :  
This is an OTC medication, which is meant for cold.
User :   ok
Doctor :  
But it can make you a little drowsy.
Doctor :  
Hence may help in reducing the anxiety.
User :   i o have doxepin
User :   my shrink gave me anr it is nit helping
Doctor :  
This is only if you cannot get the suboxone from the urgent care clinic.
User :   I have suboxone sir i have been taking it
User :   but it is not helping my anexity
User :   it has helped the cravings and crawling skin but not the ANEXITY
Doctor :   There are various therapy for opioid withdrawls.
Doctor :  
Suboxone is one among the medications that is been tried.
User :   i have clonodine and fexirl but i was thinking klonopin or valium or something like that
Doctor :   and if that is not giving you complete remedy from all the withdrawl symptoms, you may need some mild dose adjustment with the medications.
User :   yes i have melted 2 under my tongue this morning and i am to have on at HS
Doctor :   Else an another medications meant for anxiety alone may have to be started.
Doctor :  
I cannot prescribe you valium or other anxiolytics as these are prescription medications only.
Doctor :   Hence you have to consult your doctor either at the urgent care clinic or with your local GP for the one.
Doctor :  
Explain about your anxiety symptoms and they will be able to give you the medications.
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Have you followed?
User :   i know sir so do i just need to call in to an urgent care clinic and see if they can help me \
Doctor :  
If your symptoms are severe then you may have to get to them.
Doctor :  
If they are not severe, then you may try with the sinarest and other medications that can induce drowsiness untill you meet your regular doctor.
User :   okthank you for your time do you know an doctors in searcy arkansas
Doctor :  
Give me a minute while I look for one.
User :   what about the doxepin
User :   I have it
Doctor :   Since these medications have side effects too, I would advise you to take it only if been advised by your doctor.
Doctor :  
Have you followed?
User :   yes exactly
User :   but the doxepin is for HS while it hurt if i take it now for anxiety
User :   10 ng
User :   mg
Doctor :  
You can try the sinarest tablet now and then you can take the other at the night.
Doctor :  
Have you followed?
User :   sinarest is what kind of drug
User :   i have meet following the directions on all my meds is that what you mean?
Doctor :  
It is an OTC drug and will be available without prescription.
Doctor :  
This can be tried if you are not able to contact a doctor now.
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Have you followed?
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For a doctor at Searcy Arkansas,
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you may refer to this link
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and find a doctor close to your locationl.
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Have you followed?
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Are you there?
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