Flexeril and hydrocodone taken together

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Only a little RLS and a little shakey but other than that I'm alright. I think I mite take a flexeril and try and sleep. I wonder if what Im doing is working, or if its yet to come. hm.
are these drugs safe together in the dosages I mentioned above and 2.
at that point i quit useing the patch and went to hydrocodone 10/325 for the last 6 months. now im trying to kick the hydro as i am moving to puerto rico and need to have my **** together when i do it. i was taking hydro anywhere from 5-10/day...sometimes more. so in essence i have been on narcotics for the last 4 years. i am struggling with quitting. i have hydro's in my dresser i could take at anytime. its been 24 hours since my last dose which was 1/2 a pill.
thank you for responding, yesterday I took 15 vicodin I couldn't believe it I didn't even feel it until I took 12. Crazy, so far today I've taken 10 and 4 darvocet, I hate darvocet but its better than nothing I tried a taper a couple of week ago I could have done it but I just give in when I can get my hands on some. I said in an earlier post I recently made a connection at a recovery meeting!
I was on a combined total of 300mg of hydrocodone and oxycodone a day for pain, 200mg zoloft and 10mg ambien for my anxiety/PTSD. I had been through a ton of other meds before that but that is where I was when I stopped. I went "cold turkey" off everything. Ended up in the ER cuz my body went into shock from opiate withdrawal (was on opiates for over 5 years). I just didn't want to be slave to medication anymore and had no clue that would happen. Anyway, ended up on methadone.
Vitamin B, Imodium, etc… Mainly the sleep part needs attention. I have taken muscle relaxers Flexeril, and in the past I had Xanax and I hate putting things in my body, but as I am sure you can understand I get desperate. I am also taking Tylenol, Aspirin etc…and am really watching my dosage but it gets hard to control sometimes (controlling the dosages taking a few extra a day than the recommended amount) I know that a lot of things can have adverse reaction both supplements and prescription.
I've read many of the posts and they have led me to reconsider using my hydrocodone. I have minor back pain, and have been taking it for about 15 months. I take 7.5mg 5 times per day. Today is day 1 of quitting cold turkey. I don't have pills left to taper, and I just want to get off it. Most of the time I take it because it prevents any pain...including headaches and any other aches. Sometimes, to improve my mood and make me more social. I take 10mg of Lexapro a day for anxiety.
This letter here seems like it comes from someone who has never had addiction and who hasn't taken Tramadol and been told how safe and harmless it was. I don't care much for the tone, but things are often misinterpreted on the Internet. Nonetheless, let us not throw out the Baby with the bath water. (weird expression) Love and healing to all, Emily PS. I'd love to know why the mornings are so bad when it does get bad and why it seems almost like someone flipped a switch at about noon.
my mother is 65, she has had a total of 11 back surgeries throughout her life, she's always taken pain meds all my life, it was tylenol #3 , and then vicoden and now she's taking percocet, it's been a little over a year now on the percocet. I noticed that my moms hands are trebbily more , she tells me it's old age. I know my mom has always had pain all growing up I watched her in pain.
Hi ALL God this is great! I've taken 1 pill today and will not take anymore. I need to do the 'slow' wean. It's safer and less nasty. Skipper, never heard of the vitamin trick. This is all new to me, sorta. I'm there on that. Does those things come in one pill does all or do you have to buy all seperate? OH YEAH! Another Good postive reason I want out is the Money! LOL Yup, since my accident, I lost my car, job, Health insurance, 401K, savings and checking.
That's interesting, for sure. The tailbone, the vagina and the rectum are very close together. It makes sense that nerve damage to the tailbone area could also affect sexual functioning and might produce the "butt cramps" we experience. The other things I've read that realistically seem to be be associated with Proctalgia Fugax are Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Endometriosis.
When I take the 2 together it cuts my Klonopin usage down by 90% and I don't have the social anxiety that I had before. I have had 7 knee surgeries, 2 ankle surgeries, and 3 hand surgeries. SO, I have been on Hydrocodone at dosages as high as 200mgs a day and i am off of that thanks to this drug. I just have a little trouble sleeping with it. I hope this helpps.
I have talked to the neurosurgeon who did the surgery and he shrugged his shoulders and said I have no idea and sent me back to my neurologist. He gave me a series of injections in both shoulders and the pain stopped for a couple days but then came right back. Then we tried message therapy, it helps but only for a short period. And I have tried changing my pillows on my bed and sleeping in different positions and nothing seems to help for long term. What can I do?
I wore the brace and it helped a little. I had the nerve test (which was the most horrid test I have ever taken) and my left arm showed more nerve damage then the right. The left hand in my profession is the holding hand, it never does the cutting, blow dring, manicuring, pedicuring it just holds what ever I am working on. But I have complete mobility in the left shoulder, elbow, hand, except for the thumb. In the thumb I had such a pain.
All these pain medications are just short-term solutions and should be taken with care and remember not on an empty stomach. You can also apply some heat (heatpacks or towels) to the area on your back and rest as much as you can.
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I know that some medications are addictive and really hard to detox from but my feeling are that if your in pain and need the medication then you should take it (as prescribed of course). I have taken tramadol and still do sometimes and it does work for me at times. I have heard the horror stories of this drug as well as many others though also. Please do not let someone else's problem with one medication scare you from taking it when it does work for your pain.
People who live the longest sleep 7 hours per night, not eight, so don’t worry about getting 8 hours of sleep. Most people need between 6 and 8 hours of sleep to function effectively during the day. 2.Get out of bed within a half hour of the same time every day, including weekends, no matter how little or poorly you have slept. 3.Reduce your time in bed so that it more closely matches the amount of sleep you average each night. 4.Use the bedroom for sleep and sexual activity only. 5.
I had a headache and had taken a midrin, other than the hydrocodone I took the night before no other drugs were in my system when i had the hallucination. Yeah, my head was still hurting, but I didn't care.
The hydrocodone, tramadol, flexeril, nuerontin and xanax seemed to not even work at times in the past.
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Studies and research has found that the severity and length od withdrawal is directly related to the amount of the drug and how long it was taken. Since you are at a steady dose of two a day, your body is getting its endorphind from the pills and still producing some of its own natural endorphins. The more you increase the dose, the less of your natural endorphins your body produces.
but I think the Ultram modified my chemicals enough so that I got by without a SSRI. Have gone cold turkey with the Ultram when I have had the flu and taken OTC Sudafed etc... but now that I think about it, I do think I had side effects. No energy, tired, restless arms and legs, palpitations. Problem is, I am starting Paxil CR 12.5 again. I am having a lot of stress in my marriage and getting severe Panic Attacks.
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I have both hydrocodone (Vicodin) and oxycodone (Percocet), and have only used them when it was necessary, because they have always made me nauseous. I have cut them all in half to take them, and know that I need to take them with food, and just before I lie down for the night. Could I be addicted to my pain medication? I would hate to think that I might be straddling the line between necessity and addiction.
I had my baby the next day and went through some serious physical therapy and was prescribed hydrocodone and flexeril for 7 mo. til I moved here! IEven after the 7mo. it wasnt "My Addiction" my addiction was meth. We moved here where I dont know anyone and all my family is 1300 miles away so all the hookups were gone and I kicked the meth addiction without complications and withdrawls. But soon i started "Dr.
Neuro said all my symptoms now and past 4 years were consistent with clinical MS but my MRIs were minimal and he wants to get a LP. I asked about LP and how it couldn't rule out or in MS. He said taken together with everything then it could point to a diagnosis. I asked what else he was considering my problems could be from. He said everything is in line with MS just as we have been documenting all along but I need the LP to confirm it.
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