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I was told by my Doctor to take Tylenol (no more than 2000 mg per day) instead of Advil while on treatment for headaches since advil damages the kidneys. I have always heard to avoid Tylenol since its bad for the liver or have things changed?.
Caffeine has been known to be associated with a higher risk of miscarriage, but what I did in the first trimester is mixed my regular coffee with half decaf, just so I didn't get caffeine headaches. I am now nearly 19 weeks and well into the 2nd trimester and I drink my coffee like I used to. Advil not okay, but Tylenol is okay.
-I am on the computer a lot, so that might have something to do with it. But, even when I'm away from the computer, I still get them. -I started getting them when it got hot out; is it cuz of the heat? I've had them for about 6 weeks. -I'm supposed to get my vision checked in September. Maybe it's eye strain from the computer and maybe I need a new perscription? I'm getting contacts also. -I have absolutely no trouble getting to sleep or sleeping.
Helloi Peekawho, I live in Alberta Canada. The medication you're referring to is commonly called Tylenol 1 here, or a generic Tylenol 1 is also available. My understanding of the dose is that it's about 1/3 the strength of Tylenol 3. It can be bought over the counter here in Alberta, although ALL pharmacies do keep track of who buys it, what quantity & how often, and share the information with each other. In BC & the Yukon it's sold OTC with no records kept.
Hi AJ!! No worries. Breatheeeeeee :) Just did my 2nd shot tonight too, and actually dripped a tiny amount on the way in, so I most likely didn't do the injection quickly enough. And, bled a little at the extraction. My BFF was on speakerphone, talking me through it and thought it was because I was still pinching my skin. Weird thing is, I was focused on getting the medicine in and then the needle out......I have no idea if I was pinching my skin or not!
I have found that if I take Advil or something, and lay down with warm blankets and try to sleep it off, the worst of it is usually gone when I wake up. But I have to make sure I'm really warm, it seems like I sweat it out. I know that sounds crazy but I always wake up sweating.
Haven't we all read the studies on the ill effects of coffee, and the addictive properties it posseses?? Don't most overlook it, and go with how it makes them feel.. They need it right?? I don't drink coffee, I take effexor..
So it's a miracle that I'm even alive to find myself getting off these terrible things. I've found that tylenol or advil are just as effective with relieving my little aches and pains as crappy darvocet (though I stick to one at a time and won't let myself take more than 3 a day because I want to get myself off of acetaminophen too).
Barbara is correct that combining Kava with Ultram is dangerous. Combining Kava with any CNS depressant is dangerous and could potentiate the respiratory depression to a fatal level. With respect to withdrawing from Ultram, go slowly reducing your dosage by about 10% every 3-4 days. If you start feeling withdrawal symptoms, reduce even slower. Ultram has a particularly bad withdrawal syndrome which can last longer than that of narcotics.
This is what caused me to relapse the last time. I'm taking the maximum daily dose of Advil a day with hot showers and a heating pad. Any suggestions would be very appreciated. I guess I'm in a pickle with the real pain and the addictive personality.
I agree completely with the other posts! GET RID OF YOUR MEDS NOW. Take them back to the pharmacy or put them in a ziplock back with coffee grounds or something and throw it out. My WDs were very bad and I am still pretty out of it, but after reading everyone's posts and getting the support I need, I am very determined to give this my all- time- best try. My husband, friends & family are all in the know. I am not ashamed of what I need to do and what I have been through.
And the other reason I've been told to try to avoid these types of medications (anti inlfammatories) is because they can raise your blood pressure - they do with me. So when I do break down and take advil, I only take one. Somtimes a plain old aspirin does the trick too. I can understand how a muscle relaxer might help also if you have them.
I has nothing to do with stress or post nasal drip or sinuses. It may have something to do with food allergies and intolerances. Just a guess but that is all I have right now to work with.
I can't take aspirins or any NSAIDs due to stomach issues (per doctors orders and gastritis from eating Advil like candy through the years or any decongestants or antihistamines due to severe dry eye syndrome that turns into pink eye if taken. Do long story short I am just miserable and don't want to take pills all my life but I have went the last four days in immense pain that makes it hard to function at work and just makes me depressed!
) Face clensers with menthol stung, and also left my face feeling greasy. But not in the haven't washed my face often enough way. I don't know how much money I've wasted on cough drops/throat lozenges, chapstick, lotions, etc, only to discover after application that, you got, there is mint of some sort in it. And sadly, avoidance seems to have only made reactions worse. Just the smell of other people's mints (breath mints, candy mints, peppermint sticks) makes me feel ill.
Hello. My fiance has been suffering with eustation tube dysfunction for a little over 6mths. now. We have tried numerous decongestants and nasal sprays as well as a round of steroids. His ENT did allergy testing on him, however, he did not have any significant allergies. Our last resort was to have PE tubes placed. This only made his symptoms worse and they took them out after a couple of weeks. Suprisingly after they took the tubes out and his ears were healing, he was symptom free.
that's new for me since I was used to cure my headache with Advil... Always had headache in the past, not daily but 1-2 a week and Advil was ok to stop the pain...and never got high blood pressure from it like I do now...
My migraine journey began 35 years ago when I couldn't get a headache to stop hurting. I had an office visit with a local doctor, who diagnosed me with a migraine and prescribed Esgic. I have had many bad migraines since then (some lasting longer than a week), taking Esgic or Fioricet to dull the pain. When the triptans came out, Zomig worked pretty well; Imitrex worked against me, leaving another migraine in its wake that only Imitrex could control.
I am writing on behalf of my brother that is now 31 yrs old and has been suffering from extreme sharp pains on the right side of his stomach below the rib cage along with nausea and vomiting for the past now close to 6 yrs. About over 1 yr ago he had his gall bladder removed because doctors did the test where they determined it was not functioning properly.
The spasm cough causes it all and when it goes away (usually 4 to 5 days) things are relatively normal although a normal cough stays with me for weeks after. I notice if I catch it early (which means I carry antibiotics with me all the time) it is not as nearly as bad. Doctors have diagnosed this as Asthma, chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma etc etc. All different specialists seem to have a different prognosis and the recommended pills over the years have not really done any good.
After 3 days of less discomfort, energized enough to cook a large pot of delicious lentil soup and putter around the house, I awakened this A.M. with headache, intense generalized over body pain. Keep 2 Advil and 100 mg Ultram at bedside, as this often happens on awakening. After an hour, I felt the pain back off, arose, had some coffee and my usual high fiber breakfast. Have been extraordinarily tired today, sleeping more than I would like.
00 I take half of my prescribed phentermine .325 because I am currently on a weightloss program too. Around 10-11 I have to take another 10. 4:00 I take the other half of my phentermine and really the rest of the day depends on how I feel and the quantity of pills I have...The more I have the more I take and when the bottle gets low I start freaking out and try to refill it as soon as possible.
Took 3 Evening Primrose Oil caps with coffee. Resorting to heating pad, which I haven't had to do in months. Raspberry tea. 3 advil, despite empty stomach. Can't bear food; barely got down half the coffee. pain collapsed on kitchen floor moaning for a while until the wave passed. Cold sweat. Called GYN referral line back, but their inbox is full.
The studies I have read indicate that those that don't achieve at least a two log drop by week 12 will have less than a 2-3% chance of achieving a SVR (Sustained Virologic Response) Most Doctors will encourage you to continue with TX if you are close to a two log drop with the claim that a least the fibrosis may slow (Not totally proven from what I have read. I would have continued at week 12 if I was close to a 2 log drop. Fortunately I was undetectable so the choice was easy.
When patients have adverse reactions to vaccines, I usually suggest that they discuss this with their physicians with the notion that such vaccines should be avoided when adverse reactions occur. The reactions are an indication that your body is reacting to the vaccines in ways that are not beneficial to your health. Avoiding these warning signs and continuing on with the same vaccine (or similar vaccines) can result in major problems.
I started to steal my vicodine from phramacies and faked systems with many doctors to support my habit. I have been in recovery for 1 year with 4 relapses in that year. My withdrawals get worse each relapse. I know I took the vicoine/hydrocodone to excape feeling life. I relapse when the feelings get to intense. I was up to taking 6 vicodine/hydrocodone every 4 hours and I would chew them for a greater faster effect. I knew I was in trouble when I graduated to oxycoton.
While I have no problem with medical mj doled out like medication at the pharmacy only-------- I'd never support legalization across the board. I hope that doesn't bother you OH, it's like many issues in this world, where different opinions are okay. Had a conversation with my niece and nephew (one in college and one in highschool)---- both say for their out of contrl partying friends, mj was what they started with. Sad.
I have had chronic rhomboid muscle pain on the right side for 10 years, and have seen numerous MD's(MRI with no significant problem found), Chiropractors (Adjustments & pressure point message), Physical Therapists (waste of money) and a Neurologist that is currently performing acupuncture. I self medicate with Ibuprofen, and sleep on an ice pack every night.
Hi astroturf I would also describe myself as anxious and a worrier I'm not on any meds I do clench my teeth and grind them at night I have a TON of floaters, since I was a kid I have migraine with aura I cannot see the spots in the dark, unless I'm watching TV or on the computer etc They are most noticeable against light backgrounds, the sky and when glancing at anything with contrast. horizontal blinds and lined paper are awful.
When and if I find something that helps, I will post. Meanwhile, my thoughts are with all of us who have these crazy symptoms with no answers. Hang in there.
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