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It's legal in canada - not in the usa. Fast relief from suffering. In 4 days of micro dosing his suffering was over. he continued for the next 2 weeks and stopped. hope it helps. my trusted source is maya-ethobotanicals.
Dear Dr. Kantor: I was diagnosed with MS in 1993 but fortunately my MS has been in "remission" until I began having problems in 2006. In Oct. 2006 I presented with an ice pick type of pain in my right temple with my left eyelid drooping. I was told that it was a relapse of my MS and was put on IV steroids with weaning prednisone which alleviated my symptoms until Feb. 2007. In Feb.
I will get in around dec of this yr. Yes, it is wonderful that Canada has free health care but it seems like free means waiting forever. The GP that I have been seeing since Jan for this doesn't seem to know what he is doing so that leaves me stuck too as there are no other dr's where I live. i have even looked into surrounding towns and cannot find one that is taking new patients so for now I am stuck. BTW what is TENS? I have never heard of it.
30, back to bed, and after a lot of thrashing about, holy of holies I sleep for 3 hrs, wake up and dressing gown is drenched in sweat, back to bed get another 1hrs sleep, then up at 07:30. It's now Monday. Monday 0945.Am feeling a bit better now, go see boss at work to explain ( goes ok ). then have a drive round, I find I am noticing things I took for granted before, things are in much sharper focus. Although I had real bad stomach cramps, the Flu like symtoms have all but gone.
She is so exhausted that she can't fight no more against medical community in order to admit the origin of her symptoms and to push them to try to find a beginnning of solution. Is there any progress in the comprehension of the cause of these symptoms ? Are there some new treatments that appeared recently to counteract exhaustion and pains ? Do people group themselves in associations to better fight against this disaster ?
I also have ,well had very,very thick hair in june I donated to the locks of love for the 4th time in 6 years.Its so thick they got 2, 12" ponytails.now since aug 22 i have filled 3/4 of a gallon baggy with my hair .Its fallig out fast .Does your hair loss seem normal or like its more than normal after about 7 or 8 months on topamax?
I don't have allergies of any kind and I'm in excellent health and I can learn to live with the smell of fresh baked bread in my nostrils.. I mean it could be owrse.. still I think I should get someone to check this out especially as I read about Phantom smells being a possible side efect of brain tumors...
00 but I found it never worked for me, and I have nerve pain ( nerve damage ), so the doctor gave me Gabapentin ( neurontin ) instead, to try,and I find it works much better than Lyrica and the cost is minimal, it cost me 4.00 for LOTS of them , sorry can't remember how many but it was a huge bottle. You may want to ask about that as it is a lot cheaper and I feel it works better, for me anyway. Good luck in whatever you choose to do. Hope this helps!
My right armpit and my midsection under my breast feel like I have been beaten in a boxing match. He has me on 450mg of Lyrica, and Duexis and several pain meds. I don't sleep without meds because I can't get comfortable for the pain. He keeps telling me don;t see anyone else but him but I know in my heart I have Fibromyalgia and not MS since I tested negative, Lupus or any other issues in my neck that will leave with injections.
Hi to all, I am a 30 year old male and I have been having this problem for many years now. I have some sort of shaking/vibration in my head and I am not sure where exactly it comes from. It severely affects my concentration and I have been unable to hold down a job. Sometimes it results in a crippling headache, other times I feel nauseous. I have tried to do some face exercises like clenching my jaw tightly and shaking my head but it wouldn't relieve the shaking.
there is a recently new description of chiari zero.....because they r finding that in some cases the amount of herniation does not mean there r 'nt ne symptoms. when was ur last MRI?...I have seen that some on here had very little herniations and with an onset of symptoms had another MRI to find it grew!!
I get sharp, scary numb pricks in the right side of my neck as well. I too sit in front of a computer for 9 hrs a day. it is really starting to scare me....hoping it isn't something dangerous. I suffer from anxiety as well....curious how many of you do as well?? Please anyone let me know if you find out the problem, solution or medical diagnosis!!
Pathology did not show a reason for my pain, the structural abnormality that I was diagnosed with in Canada had mysteriously disappeared or I never had it to begin with? There was a difference in the densities of the testes. So the surgeon (head of the department) wrote up my case as nerve damage caused by previous surgeries. The moral of my story is that young men should seek second opinions and avoid surgery if possible.
Hi Pat i am so glad you posted and I am sorry you are having medical issues and the cost of Lyrica . In US Walgreens has a prescription card savings club you pay 20$ a year and it reduces your RX 50%-75% even more on some meds its a Godsend . I am not sure if Canada has this but check into it. I use it and the card paid for itself the first use. Also the Lyrica website maybe could give you help with options also.
I had/have fatigue, exercise intolerance, muscle spasms daily, and muscle cramps that would wake me up in the middle of the night in random places. These cramps were similar to getting a charley horse, but in my neck, bicep, traps, or hip/thigh. That muscle would be sore or "pulled" feeling all the next day. I also was having arthritic symptoms in both hands, feet joints, and knees. They tested me for gout and Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) but both tests came up negative.
Hi, do you live in the US or Canada? I live in Canada. I take Tramadol for long term pain. Tramacet for break through pain. My main FM med is Topiramate (an anti-seizure medication). I take Trazadone for sleeping along with Elavil at night to aid with sleep and pain. I have a lot of problems with IBS so I take meds for that also. There that is my med file. I also am on Thyroid medication.
Hi tia1977, I live in Canada, specifically in BC, so in BC we don't really have this sort of problem when it comes to triptans anymore because our government insurance plan recognizes any triptan, in any delivery method (tablet, nasal spray, injection), in any amount, as standard treatment.
Anyone who takes pain medications more than twice a week is in danger of perpetuating their headaches. Occasional usage of pain medications several times in one week is permissible, as long as it is not a regular pattern. For instance, using pain medication several days in a row during the perimenstrual period is certainly permissible. 2. Regular exercise helps reduce headaches. Exercise stimulates the release of endorphins in the brain. These are chemicals that actually suppress pain.
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That's the premium for a non-group drug plan which I need to have in order for the government to cover the cost of Copaxone (I'm in Canada where most MS drugs are covered fully or partially). No premiums on my employee drug plan. The plans are linked so I pay no co-pay on any of my meds, and neither plan has a deductible. Oh, and what I pay wouldn't be any more if had to add more drugs to treat new symptoms, unless neither plan covered them.
My GP recomened Lyrica but when I read up on it I got scared and never filled my prescription! This cost me tens of thousands of dollars as my insurance company denied my disability claim based on this after reading my Dr report! Anyway I would love to hear from someone with MS rather then a prisription pusher! Please help!
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which it sounds like you have, are expanding their usual territory of the NE, NW and mid West. Cases in Canada, UK etc are on the rise too.
I had surgery a little over a year ago for my thyroid. I'm taking 75 mg of Lyrica, but it doesn't seem to be working anymore. Any advice?
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No more than one 20 mcg/hour patch should ever be used at a time due to the risk of QTc interval prolongation, which can result in sudden cardiac death. The site of the patch application and the surrounding area should not be exposed to direct external heat sources, like a heating pad, because that could cause too much medication to be released at once, resulting in possible overdose and/or death.
Before I moved here I had been on many many different prescriptions and supplements, most of them ending b/c of side effects, cost or no change in my condition. I go to the doc once a month, and she gives me the same prescriptions that I had come to her with; ms contin 30mg 2x/day, percocet, and dexadrine for my ADHD. I try to keep up with any news regarding fibro, and am desperate for relief!
Since I am handling two chronic pain diseases and the remnants of polio in my body, I have taken various opiates when I could get them, tramadol and lyrica added. This year, after 30 years of pain, I finally got enough pain meds to relieve it and I did not abuse them. I take them less than prescribed. I would say no more than 2-3 a day. Lately, I had to combine meds to get relief from bladder pain.
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