Celebrex side effects fatigue

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The therapy sent this problem into high gear, in addition to the many side effects we all know of. My arthritis worsened, four of my fingernails crumbled away, and the psoriasis was almost unbearable. In addition to increase meds to manage those problems, I had to be on a regular regimen of neupogen and procrit for the last 5 months of therapy. It was a tough year. The good news is that I was still clear 3 months post TX and the sides have slowly disappeared.
I was reading about numbness and tingling in hands and feet and you make several references to long term side effects from quinolones. What do you reccomend in lieu of these antibiotics? I have recently (today) been prescribed Levaquin..Originally prescribed Keflex, but I had an allergy to amoxicillin 1 year ago--1 hive and some facial swelling--post dental surgery.At that time, I was put on prednisone and amoxicillin post an extraction--per the oral surgeon -"it was routine".
Yes I don't feel as well as I did before the interferon/ribavirin treatment-extreme fatigue,vertigo and muscle/joint pains being the worst side effects-my specialist nurse likes to use the expression "symptomatic" when I ask her about it whatever she may mean by that!!! I completed treatment 'successfully' in 2007.
In November 09 I started treatment obviously not completely prepared for all the side effects! I have been clean for 4 yrs now and ever since my children came along life has never been better, but this treatment has completely changed my life. I don't eat, sleep, have had acute anxiety, had to quit my job, and the joint pain for me is just unbearable. I am now addicted to xanax and have been to the hospital 5 times in one month.
I think, we, the public are ill informed regarding the ingredients in the shot and the possible side effects. I have been in pain now for three months with no improvement. I will NEVER get a flu shot again. I feel terrible and am in constant pain (better during the day) but at least I can function. I feel so sorry for those who had even worse reactions. Hang in there - I guess good diet and rest and pain meds is about all we can do.
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Here are the side effects of ibuprofen from the Drug Information Handbook: "1% to 10%: Central nervous system: Headache (1% to 3%), nervousness (<3%), fatigue (<3%) Dermatologic: Itching (1% to 3%), rash (3% to 9%), urticaria Endocrine & metabolic: Fluid retention Gastrointestinal: Dyspepsia (1% to 3%), vomiting (1% to 3%), abdominal pain/cramps/distress (1% to 3%), peptic ulcer, GI bleed, GI perforation, heartburn, nausea (3% to 9%), diarrhea (1% to 3%), constipation (1% to 3
I don't know how to deal with not being able to remember words, or if I am tired I have trouble finishing sentences, or understanding stuff. I just seems to be getting worse. I am taking celebrex, Effexor, Klonopin, muscle relaxant, Nortriptyline, Trazadon, Vicoding, Amerge for Migraines & the Fatigue. I am so depressed right now I just am at the point I don't care. I just want to hide for awhile. I am not a quitter but this is more than I can deal with.
I did continue to take the cyclophosphamide daily and still do today - I have no side effects from it at all. I found the Avastin to be very tolerable with fatigue being the worst side effect. It was cumulative so it just got worse and worse as I went along. I had no issues with high blood pressure although I do know this is probably the most common side effect of this drug. They will also check your urine often as this drug can cause your kidneys to excreet protein.
I am a cripple NOW. I am almost 57 years old. I now have many years of side effects that have been- long lasting, unresolved, unexplained, pain of unknown origin, and never mind them side effects, I am alright anyways so far. This is what I get from the medical community. I lived to see my body that was at death's door. The life of who I am now. We all need doctors. We all need lawyers. And both need us, a patient or a client.
I was perscribed several anti-inflamms and pain management type meds including Celebrex,Torodol, Keflex, and others along with many hours of physio. The effects of the various meds either prevented me from performing my job and daily activities or had little or no effect at all. After about 18 months and research, I requested and was put on Fentanyl 25mcg patch/every 72 hours. About a year ago, the dosage was increased to 50 mcg/72 hours, then 50mcg/48 hours.
I have not developed any bad side effects from the humira thankfully, and my DS-DNA is still negative. I am being closely monitored for SLE related symptoms just in case, but have had none besides the arthritis. Would like to know whic systemic, chronic connective tissue diseases I have one of these days, but, in the meantime, I'm happy with the combo of drugs I'm on....not entirely pain & stiffness free, but pretty close on most days...hoping it lasts!!!
She had also been on a course of methotrexate for over a year that produced no significant benefit. She has extreme side effects from high steroid use. Without going into a lot of details about her case, I would like to know if there have been any studies of patients with similar asthma problems where the only treatment seems to be high doses of corticosteroids and nebs to relieve the asthma exacerbations.
I think the fentanyla and percocet may be contributing to your dizziness, fatigue, and headache. Those are number one side effects for those drugs.The zanaflex being a muscle relaxer can cause fatigue too. This may be making you so drowsy during the day that you sleep and cannot sleep at night therefore need the Restoril (Temazepam). Just some food for thought.
net/news/20100123/FDAs-Ampyra-approval-wonderful-news-for-people-with-MS-experiencing-walking-problems.aspx Q. What are the potential side effects of Ampyra? A. In the first phase III study, common adverse events (side effects) experienced more often by those on active treatment included back pain, dizziness, insomnia, fatigue, nausea and balance disorder.
You could consider trying one of the newer antidepressant drugs whch have fewer side effects than Elavil and have proven very effective in fibromyalgia. It is of course your call as to whether you wish to take them or not, but the fact remains that you are not getting the benefit of one very effective class of drug. So far nobody has ever proven a link between Diclufan therapy and fibromyalgia.
I had to be pulled off the old interferon (3x a week) in 1993 due to too many side effects so no-one was quite sure how I would respond to pegasys. Anyway, don't get too alarmed, check with your doctor and good luck with your treatment. Sometimes its best to be on the safe side.
I think I'm out of alignment LOL I don't want to take Celebrex when I don't think it will address the real issue and I'm nervous about the potential side effects. I've been looking online the last few days to try to figure out what might be going on with me. The sharp stabbing pain I had in my right foot *might* be tendinitis. It makes sense because the pain started after a day of lots of walking, a good amount of that walking was uphill.
My Ortho gave me Celebrex for pain and inflamation,feels better but I am worried about the potential side effects of using this drug. I am taking only if I feel I cant tolerate pain. Cant get enough sleep>Awaken in wee hours of the morning and cannot get back to sleep. have cold feet and hands. I am worried> My Cervical Spine MRI is normal. Just experience initially in Sept.
Is my mind doing this to me? Making me feel these powerful side effects and is it just making me in more pain? I am completely desperate for how I suffer every single day and I just want my life back. I am afriad to even tell my doctor how this Elavil is making me feel because I had an allergic reaction to Lyric, I could not tolerate the Celebrex, and now it feels there is no possible way I can take this Elavil.
With this drug there can few side effects like excitation, irritability, nervousness, paradoxical excitement, restlessness etc. You can go for the long term therapy; side effects will not be matter of concern except for mild sedation and sometimes headache. I suggest you to consult a dermatologist for more info and prescription. Take care and regards.
You are on medications which may be contributing to the symptoms you are experiencing (i.e. side effects of the medications). Atenolol, for example, does indeed cause fatiuge in many patients. Also, Amitryptyline is quite commonly associated with fatigue. 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).
This group of NSAIDs has the advantage of having fewer gastrointestinal side effects – less abdominal discomfort and less risk of gastrointestinal bleeding, than conventional NSAIDs. There are three different COX-2 inhibitors currently available to the public– Vioxx, Celebrex and Bextra. COX-2 inhibitors have been associated with some liver dysfunction, although not as commonly as other NSAIDs. Recently, Vioxx has been removed from the market due to heart-related problems.
persistent fever (99-100), non-itchy rash on upper torso, body aches, fatigue, joint pain (specifically knees and elbows), parasthesia - superclavicular lymphnode removed and biopsied - chemo port surgically implanted - 2 months of chemo with ABVD (Adriamycin, Bleomycin, Vinblastine, Dacarbazine) - 10 treatments of radiation to upper torso March/April 2011 – Phantom sunburn sensations on torso and arms – moved from place to place – eventually went away on its own 7/3/2011 – Symptoms similar to
It was nothing dramatic so he didn't think it was significant until he got a rx renewal and was reading the side effects and noticed the black stool warning. That got him to call the doctor. His doctor was not available because of the long weekend so another doctor in the practice saw him and immediately recognized the problem and sent him to the ER. By last week his body was in a crisis state from losing significant blood.
As some of you know, all my lesions and symptoms point to MS so I started Copaxone, had to stop due to side effects. Started Gilenya and I am no longer on that for my own personal reasons. Couldn't deal with the extreme fatigue, even my fatigue meds weren't helping with it. Have yet to talk to my neuro about a different DMD, have appt at end of month so I will discuss it with him at that time.
I have been getting by on an anti-depressant called Serzone (helps with the pain in the nerve endings and has no side effects on me at all) and Cellebrex for the last year. I am trying to decide what to do next tongiht because my Rheumy said a few things that upset me today so I don't know if I am going to take the Plaqunel or find a new doctor first. The only thing you have to do is get your eyes checked before you start taking it and have them checked about once a year. God Bless ...
8 weeks in I was walking on average 2 miles a day no matter what the weather coping with 4 horses 3 german shepards and a run down farm house in Maine.I felt the best I had in years all the nasty little side effects could not take away my joy at having energy an active libido again after 8 years of feeling like a nun and really what can I say a lot of energy. Unfortunately last fall the creeping inertia has come back in complete with body aches.
now this year i started to get some twitching. twitching w/ one of my toes on my left side and twitching w/ my ring finger or small finger also on my left side. my left ring finger and small finger now doesn't flow smoothly when you bend it normally. kind of has a popping movement. today i felt as if my left arm had a tingling sensation. and as i'm typing i feel as my inner wrist has a slight burning sensation. so i did a google search and came across als and scared the heck outta me.
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