Foaming at mouth is reported only by a few people with Drug abuse. We study 4 people who have Foaming at mouth and Drug abuse from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Drug abuse can be treated by Suboxone, Methadone hydrochloride, Subutex, Methamphetamine hydrochloride, Methadose (latest reports from 39,900 Drug abuse patients)
Foaming at mouth (excess saliva secretion) has been reported by people with epilepsy, high blood pressure, depression, pain, asthma (latest reports from 1,231 Foaming at mouth patients).
On Oct, 16, 2016
4 people who have Drug Abuse and Foaming At Mouth are studied.
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I'm a 45 single mother of two girls 10 and 8.5 ...been on disability since 2009..ex husband trying to take my girls away because of my ms ...although I'm functioning quite well. I own a house ..car...volunteer and the kids school ...I use to help with he pain and to give me energy but it's starting to get a bit carried away now and I need help
I will be starting Ampyra in a few weeks, and I also use marijuana for spasticity. I am not a heavy user but an occasional user. Is there any interaction between those two drugs. I also take baclofen for spasticity, and I've never had any issues with MJ before.
I have been taking Vicodin (about 4-5 of the 5-325) everyday for almost 5 years. I have a very addictive personality and noticed that I'm getting to the abuse point. My doctor recommended switching me to Lyrica, I'm on day 3 and miserable. I want to get off as many meds as possible but still be ...
hard time living with this -- years now -- harder time getting any medical attention for it ... after many many hospitalizations...diagnosis goes from serious infection by one doctor to remove gallbladder by three doctors to a block by primary care doctor because he reduced all these results ...
Hi, I have been taking Montek LC continuously since 6 years, and now if I stop it for a day or two, it starts itching all over my body. And even while taking it, I feel some itching on my hands and feet, esp. palms and soles. Can someone explain what's happening, and how I can come out of the ...
I received a prescription for an aspirin based topical cream and applied it to my back at the site where it hurt (I had been in a car accident). Without a doubt, the pain at that site abated, which left other areas of my back screaming for attention. So I applied the cream to several site and ...
Clean & Sober, except for Premarin, for 26 years. Been taking Premarin for 20 years. When I've reduced my dosage (.625) and/or gone cold turkey, my personality changes. I become bitchy, cranky, more depressed than I normally am (i.e. a very deep visceral level) and sometimes it feels like my ...
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