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Don't feel like the flexeril is a big deal. It is non-narcotic and non-addicting. (EVERYTHING is addictive to some) ;) It will also pretty much get rid of RLS. Both you and Cincee seem to be doing well. One more day.......One more smile. It makes me happy to see you both be able to lean on each and get through this together. To me, that is what this forum is all about.....HEALING.
My CT Scan and physical exam were fine and my Neuro wants me to try Indocin. I'm not excited about putting that med in my stomach due to the Crohn's. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
The Rheumatologist prescribed Flexeril, Ambien and told me to go to a psychiatrist. I made an appointment with a psychiatrist a week ago and have since researched him online. Most reviews talked of how they were strong-armed into hospitalization and put on Suboxone, which seems to be his cure all for his pain clinic. He is also said to get a lot of kickbacks from the pharmaceutical companies for that particular drug and he has his own floor on the psych unit.
I just want to be armed with something to ask for instead of my dr. giving me narcotics..and unfortunately I feel like they stick to certain things and I want to know from the people that take different things..thanks again..enjoy your coffee..
the other driver fell asleep at the wheel and hit me very near head on. i sustained multiple injuries and really never should have lived through the accident ...but i did. here is a quick rundown on injuries: closed head injury; four facial fractures w/ two blow out fractures of the left orbit; "regular" bone breaks: clavicle, sturnum, humerus, radius, ulna, at least one rib... shattered bones: wrist, patella...
I am also taking Darvocet as needed, zanaflex during the day, flexeril at night and I take naproxen too. I won't even list the rest of the meds because the list is LONG. Thank goodness for pill organizers!
I still don't know the cause of this because a month ago I had an MRI with and without contrast and it showed no abnormalities. But was wondering, how do they treat spinal stenosis? If you get steroid shots in your spinal cord area, how long did you find relief for? I've had steroid injections in my SI joint (for sacroiliitis) but they normally only last about 2 months. Any insight you can give me would be highly appreciated!
I think with u already taking xanax and flexeril that u don't need anymore meds. I do think the xanax and flexeril is what is helping u not feel the w/d's so bad. When I got off narcos (I quit a couple times and went right back:-( ) I would get xanax and fleril to get me through it. So from my experience I know for myself that those meds help A lot . How many days has it been since your last dose of pain meds? Did I read last night u took your last dose?
I too have asked to see a pain specialist. I've been told though to take Indocin for the pain and flexeril for the stiff neck?!?! I'm about at my wits end - I'm only 29 and have always been pretty healthy - WHAT CAN I DO?????????????????
I too have asked to see a pain specialist. I've been told though to take Indocin for the pain and flexeril for the stiff neck?!?! I'm about at my wits end - I'm only 29 and have always been pretty healthy - WHAT CAN I DO?????????????????
I too have asked to see a pain specialist. I've been told though to take Indocin for the pain and flexeril for the stiff neck?!?! I'm about at my wits end - I'm only 29 and have always been pretty healthy - WHAT CAN I DO????????????????? Posted by CCF Neuro[P] MD, RPS on April 16, 1999 at 23:38:03 Dear Laura: Sorry to hear about your problems. What you describe is a chronic meningitis. Yes, you could have Mollaret's or recurrent HSV-1.
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