Celebrex and nose bleeds

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I began to feed mom a teaspoon of mashed potatoes when blood came spewing from her nose and mouth, black blood thick with clots that looked like garden slugs with bright red blood on them, this continued on and off for almost 24 hours. I was able to remove most of the blood using about a ½ bottle of Shout and Tide in the laundry, some loads I did twice.
I have talked to the neurosurgeon who did the surgery and he shrugged his shoulders and said I have no idea and sent me back to my neurologist. He gave me a series of injections in both shoulders and the pain stopped for a couple days but then came right back. Then we tried message therapy, it helps but only for a short period. And I have tried changing my pillows on my bed and sleeping in different positions and nothing seems to help for long term. What can I do?
*Nose bleeds *No montly periods *Shooting pains and twitches in my face
My Dr ruled out arthritis and said to take celebrex or other NSAID before bed but I have GI bleeds and want to avoid NSAIDS. My costisol levels are very low in the morning but are too high around dinner time. Could that be contributing to my sleep problems? What could be causing my insomnia and is it OK to take pain meds AND sleep meds? PS I tried ALL the natural sleep aids from valerian to biofeedback to soothing music to no TV to buying a new bed... to aromatherapy...to a warm bath..
Thank you so much everyone. You are the best!!! I have a call in to the doc and hopefully he will call me back tomorrow. I'm going to try my best to get him to give me a little more time before reducing peg. My numbers aren't that bad yet and I get what he's trying to do. I believe his intent is to prevent having to pull me off of tx.
I am a 45 year old female. I've been living with this blood vessel popping in my hands for decades. I also get nose bleeds that can last for hours and wounds can take upwards of 2 weeks or longer to heal properly (pour wound healing). Although I am a hemophilia carrier, and was negative for Von Wildebrands, I take 4000 mg/day of Vit D, and 2000 mg of Vit C, the research that I have done indicates that its a thyroid issue.
I'm not sure if that is the truth, all I do know is I could no longer shower without a filter on all water into the house, what ever was in made my skin hurt, that an anygiven time a small sore will form and when I touch it, it just bleeds....I have endured this for over 2 yrs as it just gets worse and worse......I have called my allergist, who is a D.O. and hope to have some kind of positive reaction from him......has anyone had these types of symptoms, the skin issues?
The most common form of Chiari Malformation is Type 1, it often manifests later in life (not at birth, but sometimes in children) with headaches and cerebellar symptoms like dizziness and memory/concentration problems. The cerebellum in the lower back of the brain starts extending down past the skull into the spine. This herniation can, and often does, get worse. If you are diagnosed with Chiari 1, you generally will be told how far the herniation extends in millimeters.
I not goin to lie, being on percocets were like a walk in the park, quitting them was never a issue, also speaking from prior drug habits and issues, the worse i got was a headache runny nose and fatigued, which i found not bad whatsoever... The past 2 surgeries i endured with this new doc turned out to be opn knee surgeries, not the arthroscopic ones i was previously used to...
Obviously I am past all conservative treatment such as physical therapy, injections, and decompression. Currently on a regimen of lyrica, celebrex, zanaflex and percocet to control nerve pain. I'm wondering if there is anyone who has already had a fusion and then done the disc replacement as well. If so, what were the results?
I have had MRI's done of the Cervical spine(neck region) and Lumbar spine (lower back) I have a lg hernated disc in my neck and degenetive disc disease with an annular tear in my lower back. I am going to also request my doctors to do an MRI of Thoracic spine (middle back) because they haven't done an MRI of that section yet. I am not sure if the mid back problems is caused by these issues I know I have. I would suggest you dig into the problem more.
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