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When I was taking the triptan Axert, and I was on a different antidepressant, Effexor... I once got very sick and my doctor thought it might have been Seretonin Syndrome and changed my triptan to Zomig (Axert only comes in a very high dose). I never had any problems with the Zomig, and I took it while I was on the Effexor for a very long time.
I was prescribed Topamax along with an appetite suppressant (Adipex) for weight loss a bit over a year ago and stopped taking them after two and a half months. I did not lose all of the weight I had wanted to, but most of it. I had gained 55 pounds while on Paxil over the course of two and a half years. By taking a combination of the two medicines, I lost 22 pounds the first month, 10 pounds the second month, and 8 pounds the first half of the third month.
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They only last a few seconds. The build and peak like labor pains. Say I'm in the kitchen and I'll feel it coming on so I have time to brace myself. I'll set down whatever it is i'm holding and get ready. I have to cross my legs, bend my knees, hold on to something, clench my body tight, and try to breathe. Thank God it only lasts a few seconds. My 14 yr. old son witnessed it yesterday and tried to call 911. I kept signaling him not to. I knew it wouldn't last long. My gyno.
I have tried all the antidepresants and tricyclic antidepressants and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and anticonvulsants and ibuprofen and naproxen and tramadol and all combos and I am feeling lost can't hardly move some days...please help with any suggestions.
, Advil and some types of Motrin) and naproxen (Aleve). While these medications are safe for people, even one or two pills can cause serious harm to a pet. Dogs, cats, birds and other small mammals (ferrets, gerbils and hamsters) may develop serious stomach and intestinal ulcers as well as kidney failure. 2) Acetaminophen (e.g. Tylenol) When it comes to pain medications, acetaminophen (e.g. Tylenol) is certainly popular.
My eyes get more tired as the day goes on. My medications are Fentyl pain patch for pain, Darvocet and naproxen for break-through pain, Elavil, Effexor, and Celexa for SSRIs, Zocor for cholesterol control, Premarin (estrogen since I had a total hysterectomy), lisinopril for blood pressure, and synthroid for thyroid difficiency . I used to take Neuronton but the doctor took me off that and I haven't noticed a difference.
However, he said it could NOT be causing me so much pain. He checked out my arm and noticed a hard soft tissue knot, and suggested removing it through surgery and it "might" relieve my pain. So, 3 weeks ago I had the said surgery and it was removed (a hard soft tissue mass about the size of a marble). No, this was not the cyst inside my humerus bone. Anyways, I still have the pain, and it is extremely terrible at night (on a scale of 1 to 10, a 20 at night).
I also suffer from depression and anxiety so I take 75 mg. of effexor each morning and klonipin .5 mg. 2 times a day. I have a prescription for ambien cr as well, but i try not to take it because it doesn't really work. Hope you are having a good night.
I have been to about 30 doctors- including ENT's allergists, neurologists, chiropracters, opthamologists. psychologists, dentists and everything else u can think of. All CT scans, MRI of brain and blood work keep coming back clean and ok. Nothing I try seems to work. There was a period of time about 3 and a half years ago that the symptoms lifted for about 4 months and then it returned full force.
I usually take Excedrin for the headaches but most of the time Excedrin isn't working. I sometimes mix it up and take Naproxen sodium or ibuprofen. Most of the time these medications don't work. Aspirin and Ibuprofen rarely ever work. I rarely ever go a day without a headache. When I get headaches they are usually on the left side of my head and I have a throbbing pain. Every time I get a headache I can feel a vein in my head (close to the temple) throb/pulsate if I touch it with my hand.
My daughter has had problems but only the last several months with head tightness/pressure but she has had many other symptoms like vertigo, nausea and fatigue. Also has had many tests and extensive bloodwork with all being normal. It is very frustrating as a monther, as you know, to cope with this. We were also told that her symptoms were "somatic" and she should seek counseling. Can I ask you what your experience was in seeing a psychiatrist? How did that go?
There is an NSAID called Naproxen that is often prescribed for migraine headaches and Naproxen is less likely to cause rebound headache than the other NSAIDs. Barbiturates are sometimes prescribed, but for most these are not as effective as other treatments and they can cause rebound headaches. Barbiturates also have some side-effects associated with them and addiction potential.
I have had daily chronic headaches for 10 years, I have had very bad migraines as well over this course too, I take maxalt and aspirin and tylenol and darvocet, I am always taking something, does anyone know of any new drugs on the market that are working. I have tried topamax and effexor and other meds that i do not know the name to anymore, I have an app with my neurologist next week and would like any suggestions in new meds.
so happy happy happy. Feel good , my M.S. is controlled by medical cannabis and a damn Effexor a day. There were more Rx a few years back but the mmj helped cut that down. I do have an occasional Naproxen for inflammation and a Oxazepam every now and then for anxiety. Other than that , life is turning around finally.
Come on in and enjoy the conversation and make yourself comfy. This is the place to be to get off and stay off Tramadol!
Since starting on medication for Panic Disorder and GAD, I have felt better. I take Effexor and Xanax. Just the fact that when you took the Ativan and your symptoms went away should help be of some comfort! Good luck and God Bless!
I also have a torturous time climbing steps, as well as stabbing cramps and pain in my legs. Leg and thigh weakness is profound, and progressive. Regardless, I wake up in pain, and I go to bed at night with severe pain. Up until recently, I was taking 1 Tylenol #3 at bedtime which helped to lessen the nighttime pain, and in another way, helped to ease the morning pain as well.
Currently I am on Atenelol, Axert when I have a migraine, lydacaine injections once a month, Robaxin, Naproxen, and exercise. I have tried Topomax, Neurontin, Amitryptaline, Savella, Effexor, and Nadolol all with negative side effects. I have also done a steroid pack a couple times, topical cream from a compounding pharmacist, lydocaine patches, a Tens unit, ice, heat, chiropractors, massage therapists, physical therapy, etc. I am 48 years old and I seem to be getting worse not better.
Hi Everyone, We're so glad to see you here. Please come in and make yourself at home.
I don't know if it is something I will take forever, but I don't know that getting off of it is a good idea. I also take Effexor, synthroid and some other stuff to regulate hormones. My body hates me right now, and I'm only twenty-thirteen!!!!
This is the place to be if you are trying to recover from Tramadol ... Please make yourself at home!
Please make yourself at home and snuggle down. It will be a bit bumpy, but worth it!
Inflammation - daily NSAIDS are okay but only if using the right formulation. Enteric coated naproxen 550mg is cheap, RX only, and protects your gut from bleed risk. Celebrex and Mobic (meloxicam-cheap) are once daily options that help lower risk of bleed. All of the other OTC NSAIDS, if used chronically, are not worth the bleed risk. Get your MD to give u a good long acting enteric coated NSAID. Diclofenac XR is generic Voltaren and is available in a once daily formulation. 3.
You're in the right place if you want off the Tramadol! You can do it! I believe in you!
It makes me very angry that these Doctors know and aren't telling people. I don't believe that they are ignorant. I've been over and over it again and again. It makes no sense that I would know more as a user of the drug than they would. There's so little on Tramadol or Ultram on the web. Tons on other drugs. Ok so the most alarming part of the Tramadol we would think would be the fact that it is a synthetic opiate. It's a Narcotic. It's just been slipped thru the schedule.
Understanding is essential! You can do this. And yes. Eventually you will heal!
I switched to effexor 150 mg QD at about the same time as my stressors began. Recently, my arms and shoulders have began to ache occasionally. I take naproxen which alleviates the ache. I lack the ability to concentrate and have a poor memory, both long and short term., but not to the point that it affects my daily activities. I apologize for this message having absolutely no flow. Thanks.
I went to my GP complaning of no sense of smell, saw a surgeon and surgery was recomended, I was given a prescription for Prednisone, a steroid, this gave me some sense of smell, and here's the but, I had the operation and still could not smell, so more Prednisone, well the upshot is that the steroids have caused my Osteo-Necrosis, this is when the heads of the long bones die, so have now had core decompression on one hip and the other totally replaced. Oxycontin.
The one thing I do see mentioned more times than not, is that wd's from tramadol are absolutely horrible compared to detoxing off of hydrocodones or oxycodones..Tramahater and a couple other members in here will eventually pick up on your question and give you some realtime exoeriences with that stuff..LeaAnn's handle "Tramahater" ought o be clue enough for you to "not" want tohave anything to do with them..When my Dr was going togive that to me? I said "no way"..
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