Diclofenac withdrawal symptoms

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Diclofenac is an NSAID, not a narcotic, so you should be fine.
usually, its about 1 full week of consistent use to feel some sort of withdrawl when discontinued. Even if it is minor..but that is all it takes... All your symptoms are withdrawal. To be honest, you are having minor symptoms...so be glad. I know its easy for me to say as I am not going through that right now, but for most, its 10x's worst...you can get through this though. Take warm baths and exercise, that will help with the anxiety. Also, look up the thomas recipe and amino acid protocol.
I am regretting that decision now!! My withdrawal symptoms seem to be a general unwell feeling, lack of appetite, thirsty alot, raised temperature from the skin (not fever though) but inside I feel so cold, and to add to it now, I have just gone through the entire night without even a minutes sleep (and it isn't through lack of trying!!) and of course, pain....my pain in my back and down my leg has appeared, but i guess thats what the tramadol has been treating. I don't know what to do!
Only been on these 30/500 tabs along with diclofenac 75mg for 6 weeks. I discontinued the diclofenac 'cause they were upsetting my tummy just taking the co-codamol 4 times daily, my pain improved so cut down to six, then 4 then two. from the first cut down I experienced various symptoms, sweating, being ancious, crying, shivering and not least diorreah, is this normal after only being on the tabs a short time . does anyone know? I am now not taking any and feel terrible.Please can someone help.
although i am still on suboxone, i WAS at 32 mgs daily (because sub wasnt even strong enough to over ride the WD symptoms of methadone completely until 6 weeks was over) when my 6 weeks was up, i immediately tapered to 10 mgs, with NO ISSUES AT ALL, no withdrawal symptoms at all. i HAVE gone up in dose to try to combat chronic pain and it does help SOME, but not all pain is diminished.
PLEASE don't stop any medications unless you are directed to do so by a physician. Not only will you induce some nasty withdrawal symptoms you will not be looked upon kindly by your prescribing physician. The correct way to approach this is to work through it with your physician. Please keep in touch and let us know how you are doing. I'll look forward to hearing from you soon.
Any pain medication will leave you with some withdrawal symptoms as well as if you have pain it is no longer be treated. Others will post with additional information, comments and suggestions. I wish this was not happening to you and I am sorry you are feeling so lousy. I would discuss this with my physician. Best of luck to you .
I can't consult with dr they don't take me seriously they just send me home I'm currently taking high doses of dihydrocodeine and paracetamol which is dangerous I know in terms of liver I abuse alcohol to the highest degree when taking this particular opitate these medication u have mentioned ill shall look into them I've seroquel and epilim and dimenhydrinate for anywas and I take trazadone for sleep I wonder would all this combination benefit me in terms of withdrawal symptoms and painkiller w
I have been taking steriod injections for the past year and I think they are working, but I cant kick the vicodin, even when I try after 1-2 days I start to get weird symptoms. And the pain is terrible! I dont know if it is legitamate pain or addiction! I have to admit this has been a scary revelation and I want to stop but I cant live with this pain! mental or physical! what are my options and ways to see if it is real pain or my mind tricking me! Help! Help! Help!
Kristin, I think the withdrawal is probably not the problem at this point. You were given the medicine to treat some headache diagnosis. Going off the the medicine, of course gave you significant withdrawal at first but could well have been a very big trigger for your initial headache diagnosis. I would go straight to a board certified neurologist. If your in Cleveland, call the Cleveland Clinic. I think they even sponsor this board.
Regardless if you taper from sub, there will some withdrawal. But its not really a horrible withdrawal like oxys did to me. I was only placed on subs for 3 month with a taper. Experienced mostly body aches and slight diarhhea.
I asked what my level was, and she said it was 0.05. Would this explain the following symptoms? Elevated BP, low RBC count, extreme weakness, losing LARGE clumps of hair DAILY (it's AMAZING the amount of hair that I have lost...I'm shocked I'm not bald yet). I have recently developed anxiety as well, and am prescibed Pristiq by another doctor for that (though I am transferring all of my records to the doctor I saw today). For the record, I am also on Adderall for ADHD.
I have gotten myself to the point that I am out of medication and I am now dealing with the withdrawal symptoms without any relief. I cannot handle the restless leg and the sweating and chills along with not sleeping. I have called my dr to see if he can call me in anything to help with the symptoms but I don’t think he will help me out." "He is sick of taking tablets and wants to feel 'normal', so he has decided to stop the tramadol.
do you have access to diclofenac? it is an anti-inflamatory med with no addiction problems. i was just given a recipe for mixing it witha lotion and rubbing it into the skin to relieve pain. trying it right now. if you can control the pain with something like that, after the wd's, and even during, it would be great. if you can get them, barely cover 20 75 mg pills with water. or 30 50 mg pills if that is what you can get. let them set over night and disolve.
Doc has put me on diclofenac and codipar,but they dont really help,Anyone else getting pains in arms as well as legs??????Would love to hear from anyone who has a similar story,Thanks.
How can I kick this habit without feeling the withdrawal symptoms too badly? I've been trying to take as little as possible, but whenever I try and stop all together, the symptoms are terrible and there is no way I could go to work. Any help would be great. I had no idea I was forming this habit over the last 10ish weeks. If I knew my body would have gotten physically addicted over that time period I wouldve stopped much sooner. I can't handle having this drug control how I feel everyday.
Will I be able to tolerate the pain withdrawal symptoms and what can you advise for me to take in its place that is safe. I am allergic to diclofenac (Panamor) so no help there. Did you take any pain meds in the detox time? Please help me for I develeped more pain and blood circulation problems by taking it for so long, Parts of my body go numb all the time and I have lots of twitching all over and muscle spasms. Is that normal when you abuse Stopayne?
He also, like many people, had an uneducated aversion towards morphine, so he tried everything else first. Diclofenac (another NSAID) was his favorite pill, which ultimately wiped out virtually all the platelets from his blood, and caused systematic internal bleeding. Of all the conventional things, I'd say Fentanyl patch was most effective with least side-effects, but his pain was 24/7. By far the worst drugs were Tramadol and corticosteroids. Don't even wanna go into that...
Since I'm feeling fine I stop taking the hydrocodone, was only on it a month. OK, now I understand withdrawal. I'm MISERABLE. I haven't slept in 4 days, other then 15 minutes at a time a couple dozes a night. I've been told it should start getting better now. I just want to sleep so bad I could cry, and have actually, and I'm really not the crying type. But the worst part, the pain has started coming back. It's beautiful out and I'm in bed again.
Told me that with weaning my withdrawal symptoms would be minimal. Wrong! The symptoms started on day 2, I'm now 19 days into this and still feel awful (terrible RLS, brain fog, unable to sleep, restlessness, feel like I'm going insane, irritability, upset stomach, throwing up daily, diarrhea, chills, achy, rocking back and forth for hours at a time... you name it, I've got it) I'm on day 9 of no pains meds of any kind and it has been awful, I'm lucky if I get an hour of sleep.
So on the first day of starting the new meds and stopping the syndol I was taking 1-2 ibuprofen a day and I was instantly sick on my first day I think because I had withdrawal symptoms from not taking any more syndol. But I will break this cycle and once I have I will never take codeine based painkillers ever again. Syndol's are addictive. All I can say to you is see your neurologist GP. He/She will help you.
I wonder everyday if I am addicted to the Percocet, but I don't have any other symptoms of opiate withdrawal after not taking it for maybe 12 hours, which is the longest my body will allow me to be off of it due to the constant aching I feel all over my body. Any ideas or suggestions would be so apppreciated. I feel like I'm going crazy and the doctors don't understand... ...
I have been used to feeling pain even with high doses of tramadol so came away from the doctors and thought thats it and have taken nothing full stop Ok so I cant sleep, feel pain which at times is like getting rammed in the back with a red hot poker but I cant expect my body to keep taking these drugs with out some thing going wrong I know my body is suffering withdrawal symptoms but in balance I chose to stop taking meds because of the damage thus far which my body has suffered As I have read
I started on an 8mg Suboxone Sublingual Film for pain pill addiction (read profile for details) prescribed by my psych Dr. with a plan to taper basically as soon as I started and was stable. It's been ALMOST a year. My goal (as well as my Dr's) was never for a long-term suboxone treatment, but he's been very patient with me - understanding my need to not be too sick to work and study. (I work full time and go to school at night. I'm a Sr. in college).
My migraines started when I was 15 years old and I've been through Biogesic, Codeine, Ponstan, Naproxen Sodium, Sodium Diclofenac, Propranolol, Tramadol, Naramig, Amitriptyline, Lexapro. Now I've been prescribed Mirtazapine & Alprazolam which I have put off taking as my hand tremors have gotten so bad I can't hold a dish in 1 hand without it wobbling.
Pericarditis with effusion and pleurisy were diagnosed and diclofenac was administered. GI bleeding occurred, was attributed to diclofenac and was treated with transfusion. A respiratory infection was treated with a cepahalosporin. Serologic testing was positive at high titer for ANA, DS-DNA, TPO, and for thyroid, spleen, thymus, and smooth muscle. No treatment for the autoimmune disorder was considered necessary.
Unfortunately there is nothing I can recommend that will alleviate your withdrawal symptoms other than the Thomas Recipe, staying hydrated, eating a healthy balanced diet, and exercising as much as you can. There is no way around the detox. We just have to buckle down and go through it. The big thing that you need to do is cut your sources. If you don't, I guarantee you will be going through this again. It may take a week or two for you to break down, but it will happen.
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