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I have tried requip, mirapex, sinamet, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>gabapentin</span>, lyrica and a host of others. Ultram was the only one that worked well. For three and a half years I was free of the rls syptoms. Now though I am afraid I am going to experience not only increased rls symptoms but also the other withdrawl symptoms associated with quiting the Ultram. I am looking for responses from others that have been in this boat. I never took the drug for recreation. It never made me high it just relieved the Restless Legs.
at times a lower dose will work as good or better than a higher dose. and I can say that was true for me, when I was given a higher dose of 2700mg it DID NO MORE to control the pain and all I got were the side effects, so after a 6 month trial my dosage was lowered back down to the 1800mg. I don't get 100% control, I don't think thats possible, but I can say I have leveled off to approx 80%. If I were you I would speak to your doctor and try a lower dose for awhile and see how you manage.
my level of fatigue or activity, time of day, timing or dose of medication (I take <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>gabapentin</span> and nortriptyline for it), etc. Any idea why it would vary in different fingers, and has anyone else experienced this? I'm just curious about what others may have noticed. I'm well beyond the point of ever expecting this symptom in general to remit or respond much to meds. It is bloody relentless!
It's also good that he's tapering you UP in dose...rather than starting you out at the goal dose. That will likely minimize the the chances of you feeling high from it. I hope it gives you some relief. Honestly...from a professional standpoint, I can't say I've ever seen anything but very positive outcomes with its effectiveness..and I've seen it used to treat seizures, pain, long-term ventilator related anxiety, anxiety disorders, depression, acute shingles pain, etc.
for <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>recreational</span> purposes when in fact that is truly the only thing that keeps me from laying flat on my back. It's so degrading. It makes me feel guilty and ashamed to have pain because I am at the point where I would do almost anything for relief. At what point do I find an illegal drug dealer to help me live a normal life? I am so sick of people accusing you of being a drug addict because you just want a little relief...screw you people.
In my line of work benzos are huge. As a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>recreational</span> drug I've never been a fan. Tried the Ativan to see if I could stop with the restless legs. No good so that's ruled out. Guess I'm gonna be awake a lot the next few days. BUT not on meds! Yay! Thanks!
I was stupid and didn't take it for any sort of pain .. it's been a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>recreational</span> thing. I haven't been on it for real long .. maybe a month and a half to 2 months max. I eventually got up to taking 12 of the 10/325 a day. Usually 4 at a time every 3-4 hours. I didn't take them every single day, but it was usually every other day to every 2 days. I have been HATING the way that I've been feeling afterwards when I wasn't taking them, so I decided to just stop cold turkey.
I don't know what kind of pain you have, but neurontin is available as a generic (<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>gabapentin</span>) and it's very inexpensive. I think I paid ~ $4/month with insurance. Even w/o insurance it still probably won't cost more than buying a months' supply of ibuprofin. Good luck.
I'm taking .25 mgs daily. I've asked, posted, and read, but haven't recieved much real life experience from suboxone "jumping" at this low of a dose. ANYONE? Is it still going to be horrid, not so bad, etc???? How long will it last? I know 'everyone's different, I'm just looking for others' real life experiences. My Dr. is ready for me to "jump" but is also being patient.
Along with that I have burning pains in my feet and possible rls so I take <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>gabapentin</span> for that and it helps a lot, I switch between gabapentin and Lyrica. I also take Cymbalta in the morning 60mg. It is for deppression but also helps pain. I lost 30lbs for the first year on Cymbalta but the weight loss stopped after the 1st year. I just really had no appetite. I really liked the weight loss. Well this question is about Vicoprofen.
He recommended that seeing as though the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>gabapentin</span> worked a little perhaps a double dose to 600 mg three times a day would do it. I am to try this far a few weeks and if it doesn't work he wants me to return and talk about a different medication.
Five milligram oxycodone are safe and effective and come in a small enough dose that you can take an effective dose without getting groggy. Both of the oxy drugs have no other component to foul the waters.
drives me nutty, I was on <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>gabapentin</span> for that but I am considering trying a migraine preventer. I don't see a headache specialist (I don't think we have them here) but I do see a neurologist who thinks I have two problems, migraine and have had an episode of Transverse Myelitis. I get confused as to which symptom is what or if I am having another episode of TM. That's why I asked about the burning sensations and how long your headache stuff lasts.
The Medrol dose-pak can cause gawdawful anxiety! I was prescribed a dose-pak after my spinal surgery, and between the IV steroids that they bolused in after the surgery and the Medrol-pak I developed steroid psychoses. I was a MESS, to put it mildly! I couldn't sit still! I couldn't fall asleep, and when I did, I had HORRIBLE nightmares, I'd dream that demons were chasing me and I'd wake up exhausted from being strung out all night in my sleep!
The length of time withdrawal symptoms occur can range from a couple of days to weeks depending on how high your dose was and how long you were on the drug. Withdrawal symptoms can be reduced by discontinuing use of the drug slowly (i.e., gradually reducing the daily dose). Tramadol is more complex than other opiate and opiate-like medications because it also appears to have actions on the GABAergic, noradrenergic, and serotonergic systems in the brain.
Drug-induced rhinitis Several medications are implicated in rhinitis, including angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, reserpine, guanethidine, phentolamine, methyldopa, beta-blockers, chlorpromazine, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>gabapentin</span>, penicillamine, aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, inhaled cocaine, exogenous estrogens, and oral contraceptives. Rhinitis medicamentosa represents a different etiology.
I've read all about both drugs and know their similarities - I just don't know if starting the tramadol will help me get through this next week so that I can do my job and everything else that's required of me in my stressful life. I also have to have something to relieve the pain because it's just awful.
I really feel the difference with the twice a day dose. He is having me cut down 10mg every week. I was fine until this week. Does anyone have any advice for me? I can not stand the weekness in my legs already and I am not finished tapering. I am really afraid of cutting down to once a day on Tuesday.....help!
4 to answer the question straight up marajuana doesnt effect your blood sugar although the munchies you may get after can but to take care of that try to eat meat protein stuff without to much carbs or sugar (which yo hould be doing anyways) if you do happen to stumble apon a reeses or some kind of candy take a few units for it make sure its the right dose!
You said to HATE the pills, I already do, but what I hate the most is that I can't stop thinking about them and my next dose. That's why I'm checking out NA/AA. I may not go to the meetings yet (secuity reasons), but I'm going to gather as much info as I can.
- While awaiting the scan results I was given oxycontin for pain relief, this seemed to do the trick for 2 weeks, 10mg 2x a day, then things hurt again so up the dose went 20mg 2x a day, then 40mg 2x a day, then 80mg 2x a day and up to 120mg 2x a day, recognise the scenereo anyone??..
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