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For example, is ginger effective enough to allow you to avoid taking compazine? If so, how do you take it and how often? tea, pills, or otherwise? Are there other alternatives? Would love to hear from anyone who avoids compazine and instead uses other strategies to combat nausea.
And the adderall helps a little with the depression but it is only given to me off label for that. Its main reason is for ADD. But he gave it to me because he tried just about every antidepressant and nothing would work, so I asked him to try that because I have add also and mental fatigue. I told him to put me on another antidepressant even know I have not found one to work. But he refused and said he would not give me another medication. I think he worried about my liver.
I don't think people can just go to a doctor and ask for it, either. They appear to have to have a legitimate medical reason. I see a lot of fear out there on this and am wondering why. It appears to have less side effects than many harsh prescription drugs and if it can help people who are suffering from chronic pain, cancer, MS and other medical issues, then why not? What are your thoughts on this? Do you think it should be allowed strictly for medical reasons? Why or why not?
since I have done tx she has been asking me a lot of things latley about it.she came out with it and told me that she smokes marijuana at nightime and if it would affect her tx and make it not work.I have hurd 2 things from this.One is marijuana diminished the effects of interferon,the other article is marijuana helps with svr chances.I want to know what everyone thinks on here.anyway let me know.
Am I nuts to do this cold turkey? Should I take sub? I don't even know how to get it or does it only come from a Dr? Any advice or comments as to what I'm going to go through with wd, and when it will start?
If you start to feel real bad mentally, call your doc, get something for pain (It doesn't have to be a narcotic) and a AD for depression or xanax for anxiety. There are drugs out there to help you through this...
He has to eat ! It doesn't matter how long or how hard it is for him to get it down, he needs nutrition. If he refuses soft food like oatmeal or soup how about fruit smoothies ? You can add whole raw eggs for protein and flax seed meal for fat to the smoothies. Give him carrot juice. During my first time doing tx, I lived on oatmeal and potato pancakes, fruit smoothies and juiced veggies. Once he's eating again, be sure he takes a daily mutli-vitamin w/o iron.
Were it not for the prayers of my Christian friends and the Lord keeping me going, I'd have cashed it in a long time ago. I pray to Him and do daily devotions every day and it helps me keep perspective. But, the medicine and makes me get really irritable and whiney at times, which makes me mad at myself for feeling that way. I try to 'get positive', but some days, that just doesn't work out in my head. Take care everybody.
I will try to take more notice to how I space my typing so that it is easier for people to read. Thank you for the compliment of my determination - I guess that is something I am not seeing in myself now. But then, I am not acting or being the person I expect of me either so that makes it harder to see positive in myself. I do not discount what the MS can do so far as the emotional side. But, since this is so drastic I do have to question what my neurologist is saying.
My husband just came and told me that if today was Monday, he would want me to take him in for blood work. He's on ribavirin and does not tolerate it. He takes neupogen and procrit to keep his levels up. I know his Hemoglobin needs to be between 10 and 13 for him to be taking ribavirin.
Do not give up! Take it for at least 2 months before you make the decision to not take it. 1 month of side effects while your brain gets used to the lexapro is well worth a life time of living a panic attack free life. People like use who have panic attacks have extremely low serotonin levels in our brains.
Fibro forums kept suggesting MMJ. I decided to go for it! I could NOT believe how much it helped me out (neither could my husband)...in more that one way! It helps with PAIN/Headaches, spasticity, nausea, depressions, tremors, etc... However, I had a problem with "spiritual" issues...wondering if it was truly a "sin" (as we've been raised to believe)...but then after praying about it for some time...I found peace in my spirit. After all...it was GOD Himself...
but i told him my Onc has already addressed that and I will soon get a RX for that as well. I'm also trying to take a nausea med around the clock whether I'm sick or not...I'm not sure if it is helping yet..but it sure is making me tired as we all know phenergan does. Thanksgiving was a beautiful day...my son and grand daughter came with his fiancee..what a great surprise for me...I was speechless!! I have some good pics that I'll post soon if I can. They stayed for 5 days..
I don't know how a person can tolerate oxy very long. I had it after surgery and I didn't like it at all.
Vicks Formula 44M containing Dextromethorphan, and Primatene-M containing perylamine as well as the pain reliever Demerol, and prescription anti-depressant Elavil test positive for opiates up to three days. Even Quinine water can also cause a positive reading for opiates. Poppy Seeds such as the ones on a bagel from your favorite deli, etc. The journal of Clinical Chemistry Vol.33 No.
It turns out that I was diagnosed as having BCFS, or Benign Cramp Fasciculation Syndrome. I wish MedHelp would add BCFS as a category, since it is kind of hard to find out a whole lot about it on the internet. Here are a few links that I have found useful about it: http://www.nextination.com/aboutbfs/faqgeneral.htm http://www.ionchannels.org/showabstract.php?pmid=16343787 I saw a neurologist in August. The neurologist performed an EMG, EEG, and an MRI.
hey! whatever it takes, as long as it does not harm someone else. Is it hep b or c? I did not know there were ongoing trials for hep b and cannabis anywhere.
No, no one at all to help or even talk about it with. I thank god for this site. How long does it take for the thomas R. to start to work. Will the L-Tyrosine, give me some sort of energy? I cant even function. Every movement feels like it is taking all my enery. It is hard to lift myself up..And the RLS (arms only) doesn't start unitl I am in bed and laying down. Then it keeps me up all night.
And eating it does work as opposed to smoking. You just need to be conservative about how much you use for two reasons: 1)the prohibitive cost, and 2) today's quality/strength is much stronger than that of the 60' & 70's.
It was not until I was taking 50 mg Hydroxyzine tablets orally every 6 hours (and still using the various steroid topicals) that the rash was brought under control. The longer you let it get worse, the longer it is going to take to get it under control. So, if I were you, I would ask my doc for prescription steroid creams and/or ointments and a high dose of Hydroxyzine orally. Many docs start with a very low dose (children's dose ... 10 mg) of Hydroxyzine and I do not know why.
I had the lidocaine block as a diagnostic test to indicate that I was a good candidate for sinus surgery, and would not recommend it as a long-term treatment or solution. The lidocaine made the pain in my nose, right eye, and upper teeth disappear almost instantly, but also made it hard for me to breathe or swallow for almost two hours afterwards. It made me nauseous as well, and the pain came back as soon as the lidocaine-saturated cotton was removed from my sinus cavity.
Eat all sorts of other stuff that you like, it does not matter what it is, the main thing is to get enough to eat... rice goes down good when cooked with frozen brocholi, spagetti is ALWAYS good, and keep a bowl of fruit around and only eat those separately as a snack (not with a meal). Don't eat too much sweet rolls or sugary things, use fruit alone instead.
In fact as many of you know I am still trying to get onto the oral drug trial (commencing screening in October) as an alternative to DMD's. If it does not happen this time then I will have to start the screening for funding for DMD's under the NHS. Hope that gives a little insight but I am sure others in UK have different experiences.
oh girlie, its probably residual left over pain from WRESTLING with your xmas tree!!! i TOLD YOU TO STOP FIGHTING WITH IT ha ha ha....my back is KILLING me today too.maybe try a hot bath...hire an escort til your SO gets back home..hummm, what else, go rob the local pharmacy....if thats too secure, maybe go rob a local dealer, "of pain killers".....try some A5 35 rub.....
nothing seems to help for any length of time.
Been using Jim's visuals to try to work up to it - nothing works. Been holding steady at 103 for one week now (I think it's the icecream mixed with ensure) - so I am daring to hope that I might be able to finish this tx, miserably, but at least finish. Yes, Jim. I am going 48 weeks- I REALLY don't want to do this again!!!! I have nothing "uplifting" to say right now, so I just read.
Hi there--- First, I want to say that I am so sorry that this has happened to your friend and that you are hurting too from watching him hurt and be sick and go through treatment. It hurts a lot to have someone you care about sick and probably in for a rough ride. May I ask what kind of treatment he is on? Do you know if the cancer has spread to the lymph nodes and/or has metastasized?
I took 400 mg of Tramadol daily for about 5 years and while there was some tolerance effect I didn’t feel that it kept increasing the way it does with other drugs like Valium for example. To reduce the tolerance would require dropping back to a lower dosage for longer than just a few days. You could try taking an over the counter painkiller containing Paracetamol with the Tramadol. A doctor told me that it’s safe to do and that Tramadol actually works better when taken with Paracetamol.
Thanks for the well wishes, it does get tough at times, but you have to just keep going. He goes for Pet Scan this morning to see if the 2 weeks of chemo has shrunk the tumors. Friday he will go to Dr. Schiller at UCLA for a re-evaluation before stem cell and to meet with our co-ordinator at the Stem Cell Transfusion center and she will show us all that will take place with him on his stay there. We are waiting for the insurance to approve the procedures of stem cell.
All it would take is a few elected officials who deal with chronic pain without relief for this to pass. I hope it does. I hope it doesn't come to that for me, but as I'm in long-lasting pain, I do understand where others come from.
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