Celebrex tinnitus

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Doctor recommended to wait 2 - 3 weeks to see if pain went away. Gave me Celebrex for pain but I'm afraid of side effects(risk of stroke, etc) so I took Ibuprophen 2 -3 times per day over this period. Finally, based on X-Rays, Doctor recommended Physical Therapy. The very next day after my first PT session, my ears started ringing. I noticed that the ringing seems to be exaserbated by one exercise --- its kind of a yoga move.
headaches all over, constant pressure in both ears, more prominent in right ear, permanent tinnitus and fatigue..
Not realizing a possible connection, I took the same dose again the following day and 3 celebrex (1 day dose)during that week. Problem with frequent urination continues six weeks later. 6-7x a night at minimum. Problem also during the day. I should note that I have been previously diagnosed as having tight bladder neck muscle, so I generally did not empty my bladder in tests (assume it was 1/2 full). I understand correlation vs. causation.
and was good. The medication that I am currently on is 3600 mg of Gabapentin per day, 200 mg of Celebrex per day and 0.5 mg of Clonazepam at bedtime. After a week of maximum Gabapentin the pressure has been relieved but just in the last 2 days I'm experiencing some pressure again. Not as bad as before, it would be so bad that I couldn't wait on customers at work, because I had trouble keeping my consentration, talking, my hands and body felt like it was shaking and I would get dizzy.
Another strange symptom I have been experiencing over the past several months is chronic tinnitus in my right ear. Is it possible these symptoms are related and what could be the cause of the recurring pericarditis? Should I be concerned about the long term effects of these symptoms?
They were gone in a couple of days. Over the next couple of years I took Vioxx, Celebrex, and Neurontin for pain. I had several sinus infections a year, and frequent headache. By 2004 I often had a burning sensation in my head, face, and/or nose. Before my menstrual cycle I began experiencing sciatica, which continues to this day. What brings me to your forum is this: I woke on 2/1/07 to find that my middle finger, lt hand, was numb, which lasted all day.
It did however cause tinnitus (ringing in the ears)-they all do with me. I've also tried quite a few others and they all have a roughly similar effect.
It was normal. Said it was probably just labyrinthitis. That was 6 YEARS AGO. - tinnitus used to be intermittent. Is now almost (maybe 3/4time) always present. Both ears. Different pitch in each. Sometimes pulsatile. I am female, 43 yrs. old, have had rheumatoid arthritis for 14 years. Rheumatologist did not feel there was a relationship between the vertigo/tinnitus and burning/cold patchy feelings in legs.
horrible left side headaches with loss of sensation on left side face and left eye pain (no redness in eye and no history of migraines previously); TMD; tinnitus that has recently increased dramatically; GERD; painful swollen joints (hands, shoulders, ankles, feet, knees, and especially cervical neck); IBS; Intersital Cystitis; insomnia; and frequent muscle cramps, including spasms in the neck/shoulder area that lock my neck at an angle, pull my shoulder back and are extremely painful.
● numbness on right side of face ● Noise at back of neck - very loud, almost daily - Tinnitus? ● At times - shortness of breath - Lung function test Dr Cook - Reactive Airway Disease ● difficult swallowing, choking. ● feel like I have to use the bathroom and cant, or opposite and I’m too late. Meds - Celebrex - 200mg, Tylenol 3 when needed, Pariot, Docusate Sodium, Clonazapam at bedtime, Salbutamol HFA.
I also have a slight tinnitus in my left ear which is a continuous, non-pulsating high frequency tone but I have had this for about three years and it has not worsened. I have no weakness or numbness in my extremities, am in good physical shape, not overweight and exercise strenuously and regularly. I eat a well-balanced diet and have no known risk factors for any kind of acquired infection, except perhaps for Lyme disease.
I am a limbolander for quite some time now (2 years). Tinnitus every day, several times/day. Both ears, but usually only one at a time. Sometimes it is actually very loud, almost whooshing with dizziness, but usually just medium to high pitched. That has been going on for several months now, but I'm used to it so this is the first time i have mentioned to ms specialist.
I had an adverse reaction to it 18 months ago. Now I can hardly walk, I have horrrible nightmares, anxiety, tinnitus 24/7 and some hearing loss. I also have tendon problems. It ruined my life. Try www.fqvictim.org or www.fqresearch.
To fast forward five years, I have burning and painful tingling in both legs and arms, muscle weakness, tremor in fingers, occasional blurred and at times double vision (very slight), tinnitus and last year hearing tests showed distinct hearing loss. I also still have stomach/bowel discomfort. My b12 level was 289pg/ml and my folate 9.8ng/ml in 98. I was continually told my tests were within normal range but what was not mentioned, or noticed, was that my results continually fell.
0 mg. klonipin, 1mg xanax, 40 mg. celebrex, 1800 mg. neurontin, 40 mg. celexa, 30 mg. remron, Soma,and probably something else I'm not thinking about. My memory really stinks. BUT, I'm not taking all as I'm perscribed. I really don't know who could. I decided on my own that I'd had enough meds and the concerns for my body, so I began cutting doses in half and some not taking at all. I haven't tried getting off the xanax and only take one at night to try to sleep.
(took me off my Celebrex due to liver function test and refused to give me anything else!!!), etc. NO ONE ever suggested thyroid. My health insurance isn't the greatest, since we're both self-employed and have to pay every nickel ourselves, so I couldn't go running to the doctor every week. Finally, my husband was watching Oprah, who was doing a segment on thyroid, and he diagnosed me! He was right, and he's a cabinetmaker!!!
I literally have tried every medication on the market - from Nortiptolene, Midrin, Fiorinal, Inderol, Paxil, Tegretol, Celebrex, etc..you name it. Have had wisdom teeth pulled, eyes checked, jaw surgery, in the hopes that this was the result of the headaches. Topomax has been, as of now, the only drug that has partially, and I mean, partially helped me. They have taken away about 30% of my migraines. Instead of losing about 1 day of work a week, I lose maybe 1 day a month now.
no aspirin or anything that has aspirin in it. they put me on Celebrex I cant stay on it long I start getting anemic. he takes me back off of them. I have to take hydrocordone. I don't want to but nothing else helps. wish I had more energy. I give out I am just too tired. see I am no good for nothing.
i had the same problem with the knot in my left shoulder blade and as you all have described mine was like someone was stabbing me in the shoulder.but i knew what caused mine,i have tinnitus ringing of the ears.and as you all know ringing in the ears causes alot of stress on the body.i was exposed to an extremely deafening sound one night and i felt the pain in my shoulder afterward and by the next morning i was in tears getting out of bed.
going to see my second finally just got a dx of neuropathic origin going on in nether regions, peripheral neuropathy, and nether region spasms.
but I know something is seriously wrong. Since my surgery, like you, Im on clarinex-D 24 hour dosage, with lunesta for sleep and celebrex for pain. Pre-surgery I was on nothing and worked out pretty regularly, sometimes 2x a day, weights and cardio split. Now, I ache and hobble around.... I think instead of going into a long winded story of what I think is going on with me, I'm just going to start telling people I have heavy metal poisoning.
Thanks Lauri, I will be sure to keep you informed. I have just tried celebrex with ralivia and all it managed to do was make me a zombie all day. I would rather live in pain. My Doctor suggested I go back to southern BC wher I am from, feels that the weather and no stress from my legal issues with my employer will help. We are leaving Sunday as the wife has recieved a good job offer there. We spent last winter there and i felt much better than here in the Rockies.
In my case, I am lucky in that the source of my pain - osteoarthritis- is now being controlled by celebrex. I was using Vioxx until the idiot trial lawyers caused them to be taken off the market. Good luck and G-dspeed to all going through this nightmare of trammy WD. It can be done, just getting through the first 4 days is the worst, after 7 days you become very confident that you've won.
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