Celebrex and prozac

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I do take Neurotin?? and Celebrex for imflammation.. sorry can't help with this one...
I ended up calling her twice within the first 10 days because the patch wasn't giving me any relief. Her reply was to tell me to wait longer and prescibe celebrex twice a day. Unfortunatley I am still in constant pain, and the 3 roxicodone are not enough for the whole day(I need at least 2 to get may be 3 hrs of some relief)and the celebrex is worthless for my pain.
He's had walking pnuemonia twice,intermittent shortness of breath, he's sleeps sitting up most of the night.He also is on med for diabetes,celebrex and just started accolate. My concern is his feeling and comments that he's not going to be here long.And he's only 42. Telling me I should get a policy on him,etc. He's also gets swelling in his legs where you can see where his socks have been. At any rate, I know you can't diagnose him here, but would like to how which course of action to take.
I am now 35, 3 children and when i was diagnosed manic-depressive i was on prozac, wellbutrin and taking hi levels of prescription weight loss pills. I was losing my mind but i wasn't losing any weight! When my Psychatrist decided to try me on Topamax it was because of my anieity over my weight gain with the standard mood stabilizers. Within these past two years I have lost 38 pounds taking this medicine.
Celexa is citalopram, a SSRI or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. It is similar to fluoxetine (Prozac) and belongs in the same drug class, SSRI. It is used to treat depression and other mental health conditions. I am not sure what you mean in regards to "mind relaxation". If you are stressed, it is best to assess why you are stressed, for example, life changing events, work, etc.
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first time i had ongoing sciatica and aches and pains. celebrex was the only thing that helped. i also lost my appetite and wasn't eating right. i think the stress and malnutrition made everything worse. as soon as i got off tx i quit hurting. stress is yor worst friend... find your faith. this time i am having a different experience, no nerve pain or ongoing aches. i have a kinda blah day after the shot (saturday) but find that is easily controlled with liquid advil on a full tummy.
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Seroquel, cyclobenziprine, Celebrex, Lamotrigine, Prozac, Diclofenic, Simvastatin, and Levothyroxin. My doctor does a complete blood work up every three months and doesn't seem concerned about the combination of meds that I am taking. I know some of these are also prescribed for fybromyalgia pain. If I hurt this much while taking all these medication I hate to think about how I would feel without them.
I am just tired of being tired so I better get it looked at again! I was taking my husbands celebrex and it seemed to sometimes work and sometimes not. So at the risk of the side effects, I stopped taking it. After I have the time to go to the chiropractor and/or get and MRI I will share my diagnosis...if I even get one!
I am 23 and have been suffering from intense migraines for about 12 years. Seizuresfor about 3 years, but this isn't about the seizures.
Florinef, Lyrica, Norpace, Provigil, Prozac, and Ritalin. I take these as needed: Zofran, Valium, Celebrex, and supplemental oxygen. I also have a central line for daily intravenous fluids. By the way, this is my 7th month without fainting. I still feel sick sometimes though.
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I had gastric bypass surgery 14 years ago and have lost 140#. Needless to say I have may of the dificiencies that go along with it. A recent physical indicated that my liver emzymes are elevated to about double the normal range. This is the first time I have ever had this issue. I' m curious if it could be due to the medications I am taking or if it might be wine or the possile combination of both.
trudging over to the library magazine section) I won't know more. The specific drugs mentioned are Paxil, effexor and prozac. BUT, they mentioned 12 drugs specifically in the article, but the abstract doesn't show the list. So that's only three of them. hopefully it's just the SSRI's they're talking about and not the IMAO's. So I'll let you know what I find out when I can get down there. Unless someone has a January 17 2007 copy of the New England Journal of Medicine lying around?
I have had dizziness and nausea from this, but am trying to cope. I had stopped the celebrex and methocarbomal for the 2 weeks and regret it immensely. I wanted to see what Prednisone did on it's own, and once I started the Plaquenil, I wanted to see what it did all by itself. MISTAKE!!! At the 2 week and 2 day point, I couldn't move my leg muscles, they had cramped up so tight and hurt so bad. 2 days of celebrex and I'm moving and damned near pain free. Not entirely, but much better.
alcohol, nicotine, cannabis, amphetamines, Amitriptyline, Celebrex, Cipramil, Lexapro, Codeine, Valium, Warfarin, Dilantin, Efexor, Feldene, Brufen, grapefruit, Luvox, Aropax, Prednisone, Prozac, Serzone, Risperdal, Tegretol, Voltaren, Zoloft and Zyprexa. As I understand it, there are some 50 genes, which determine a similar number of cytochromes, and so a persons genetic makeup will determine if and how such drugs are metabolised.
it is not a science- research has only gotten us so far in understanding the goings on of our brains. But a doctor can make an educated guess. And prozac and wellbutrin seem to be the best tolerated of the anti depressants. Most importantly: if you are serious about quitting you need to find a sponser or counselor. In every town there are hundreds of AA meetings and some NA meetings. To become addicted you have to have the perpensity for addiction.
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metronidazole (Flagyl); nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs) such as celecoxib (Celebrex), indomethacin (Indocin), and piroxicam (Feldene); potassium iodide; phenytoin (Dilantin); selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) such as citalopram (Celexa), duloxetine (Cymbalta), escitalopram (Lexapro), fluoxetine (Prozac, Sarafem), fluvoxamine (Luvox), paroxetine (Paxil), and sertraline (Zoloft); and theophylline (Theolair, Theochron).
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There are better (in my opinion) treatments for chronic pain that are much safer than opioids,such as physical therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, anti-depression medications, and treatment of underlying psychiatric illnesses such as depression and anxiety, dietary and life-style changes, etc. High dose long term opiates have not been shown in multiple studies to improve long term pain scores of chronic pain patients - and that is the most important fact of the whole article.
You need to speak with your doctor about possible alternative medications to take for atenolol (which is typically used to treat hypertension or heart disease) and amitryptaline (which is used for insomnia and depression amongst other uses). Perhaps you can speak to your doctor about alternatives for the treatment of depression such as Prozac, Paxil or Zoloft. These are newer anti-depressants with far fewer side effects.
Visited regular doctor, ophthalmologist, and neuro- ophthalmologist. Several MRIs of brain and eyes with and without contrast were normal (spaced about 4 years apart). Eye exam is normal (vision is 20/20 uncorrected). Tests for Horners, MS, MG were negative. These doctors are stumped. This started about 5 years ago with infrequent episodes, but now the frequency has increased. Any assistance would be appreciated.
I have had a dcotor label me as depressed and said that Prozac or Paxil would be the way to go. Is this a dangerous mixture? Could I safely start taking Paxil while still taking 100mg of hydrocodone a day? Help.
some of the things I am experiencing are debilitating zings, jumps, skips, however you want to describe it, its like someone is hitting your brain with a tazer over and over and over, and its painful, I finally get sleep when I am just so exhausted that my body lets me pass out, and I am on Lyrica, and Celebrex for pain relief right now. I am so angry about this drug and am determined to get off of it. What I want to know is how long am I going to feel like this, I pray its not months.
Hi Friends, Welcome! Please make yourself at home ... snuggle down by the fire and hang on. It's a bumpy ride.
On Week #10,180ug Peg & 1200mg Riba,also taking 150mg Wellbutrin, 10mg Prozac, & Uroxatral for BPH, 800mg Ibuprofin from time to time, and phenergine occassionally for nasea. Viral Load was originally 3,968,000 and dropped to 833,000 after 4weeks. WBC & Platelets were low and Dr. wants to see me again in two weeks to check it. I'm Geno 1a with no liver damage.(TG)I'm just wondering and a little anxious of what the Dr. will recommend if the platelets don't elevate...Vioxx or Neurema??
Hi Tramadol Warriors! Welcome to Part 53. This thread is full of helpful and kind people who want to help you get off this terrible drug. Please snuggle in and make yourself comfy. I know you can do it!
He's treating me with Celebrex, Norco, anti-inflammatory topical gel and pt. He would just hand me the script for Norco and say 'Don't take it if you don't need it'. Yeah...ok. Bye-bye...see you next month...call me! And out the door I went! He gave me Dilaudid one time when I was having a real bad few weeks. I just happen to see an episode of Criminal Minds about it and was too afraid to take it. I think I'm a little scared of everything.
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