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Perhaps it could have to do with how much liver damage a person has? I don't know. What I do know is that I can't sleep without the Ambien. I have tried some nights without using a sleeping aid, but struggled hard through those nights with sleeplessness. The next days I felt worthless & couldn't get out of my own way or function well without a good night's rest. I functin best when I get about 9 hours of sleep per night now. Lot's of fun going to bed at 8 & getting up at 5 am for work.
This does include the maid and sitter. Without insurance your meds will be between 20-80.00. Ambien is your most expensive if you do choose to get it. I don't have insurance either and my meds were: Clondine/buspar/Ambien $80.00 : My maid was $40.00 : Laundry $20: I do have an updated and almost daily account of my withdrawal on here. Again, I'm only at day 14 and not out of the woods as far as sleep is concerned but I have my wits and strength about me now.
By then, usually one of my hips, (sometimes both hips), are killing me and I am up for the day. I never feel like I have gotten enough sleep, ever! I hate it! How does everyone deal with this? I work full time so I don't even know what a nap is. I am doing my very best to try to deal with all of this without the assistance of narcotic pain medication, not that there is anything wrong with it, just my personal choice but this is getting ridiculous! Does Fibromyalgia get worse with age?
And I'm also taking full advantage of those name brand drugs that have the rebates/pay the cost of the copay. Lipitor and Lunesta both offer these. Still trying to find a way for SS to pay for my monthy copaxone, but haven't got that one, yet. Remember - you have worked have for that incentive gift. Enjoy the benefits of your hard work. congrats!
This period was mediately after I took 2mg Lunesta and 3mg melatonin. I suspect that the Lunesta lowered my breathing. Please comment on that. However, my wife informs me that I do stop breathing for a few seconds at a time. I asked her for more info such as how long, but she always shakes me after a few seconds until I breath again. According to some articles cessation of breathing is normal if less than 10 seconds an less than 10 times an hour.
I don't have any insurance and not too much $$$. I'm planning on my quit date being Dec 18th?? How much $$$ does the drug cost and how long do you normally have to take it?? I'm more than likely going to go cold turkey but I wanna explore all my options first!!
I wish I didn't have to take the ambien but I admit I can't sleep without it and that pretty much fits the description of an addiction. Without sleep, insignificant things seem to rise to the level of major catastrophes and the riba rage is outta control. Oh well . . . At least I'm aware of it and maybe 16 weeks from now I'll be able to think about stopping.
SS calls me back today and says my mail in pharmacy (the only pharmacy my insurance plan lets me use) does not honor SS discount plan. I call the Pharmacy, they say they will honor it but they got 800 applications from SS and they are still sorting them out. I call SS back they say they will not honor it if my application is not processed by the pharmacy when I refill next week. Why can't they honor the discaount from the time they approved you?
I work for an insurance company and also had trouble getting it approved, largely b/c of how much the med costs the insurance company. Because of the cost, the company has a medical policy for which conditions the med can be approved for based on best practices guidelines set forth by FDA and medical community. Even for those conditions it cannot be first line treatment. In appeal, MD had to outline that other first line meds were tried first without success.
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.
She's always right about everything by the way! Love you Lulu! I don't know if it's possible with you, but does your insurance have mail order for meds? I have some meds sent in 90 day supplies that come straight to my home. It's very convenient for those meds that you regularly take. I even get my Copaxone that way. This is just another option. Hope this was helpful. You're not alone out there with all your questions. Best of Luck!
This does include the maid and sitter. Without insurance your meds will be between 20-80.00. Ambien is your most expensive if you do choose to get it. I don't have insurance either and my meds were: Clondine/buspar/Ambien $80.00 : My maid was $40.00 : Laundry $20: I do have an updated and almost daily account of my withdrawal on here. Again, I'm only at day 14 and not out of the woods as far as sleep is concerned but I have my wits and strength about me now.
Sorry to hear about your bloating. It does sound like too much bloating if your fingers are swelling around your rings, at least to me. A lot of people think you should stay away from salt but we need a certain amount of salt, especially when drinking lots of water. I know it sounds contraindictive but it really makes sense. The book "Your Bodies Many Cries for Water" has an excellant explanation of why we need the salt. Of course, too much salt is never good. Balance is key.
All those people suing for whiplash or whatever other trauma they can invent and falsify just to gain a couple thousand dollars is increasing our insurance cost so high to reimburse the insurance companies. When are we going to take responsiblity for our actions and not blame others for our mistakes. I don't know about you but as for me I am not so ignorant to the fact that opiates are addictive and when I began taking them I chose to over take the medicine rather than as prescribed.
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.
So you don't get much of one without the other. These days I can go a night here and there without CPAP before I start to nod off with the old sleep deprivation feelings. Need I say that CPAP doesn’t turn me into a ball of energy? I guess MS is the thing that makes sure THAT isn't going to happen. The thing CPAP does (and has done incredibly well) is enable me to drive and work and function in a near normal way.
I also feel that it has made the breakthrough meds almost non-effective but that may be my metabolism. I have to say that this pain reliever has been the best I have had to date. How does Fentanyl effect any of you that may use this pain reliever?
Have you tried Melatonin? If not,try it.It's the natural chemical that our brain produces in order to induce sleep.You can buy it at any supermarket,health food stores,etc.And it is not expensive! Read the bottle carefully and only take as directed;it may not help right away but it can "kick-start" your brain into producing it again the way it should.
I would never want to look back at my life on my death bed and realize how much time I just wasted and how much of my boys lives I missed out on. I also want to be the man I need to be when the time comes that I meet someone that I really want to enjoy life with. Someone once told me, "You'll never attract the kind of person you want. You'll only attract the kind of person you are.
And how much does "Venus" weigh? Just kidding :) Yeah, well, nothing easy and clear cut, so what else is new. You seemed started off very well viral load-wise and then sort of stalled. Hopefully, you are non-detectible as we now talk, but in order to be sure you should continue with WEEKLY viral load tests until non-detectible. More important now than ever.
The withdrawals from it can be many times worse than the Oxy. Does he have insurance? Can you afford a Suboxone program? Your first chore is to see if he's in fact using again, and make help available to him when he finally agrees that he wants it. Be ready to offer choices when he gets to the point where he's ready to get clean. Educating yourself, along with Alanon meeting, will help you help him.
spicy or acidy food can cause joint discomfort, so go easy on citrus and 'hot and spicy' foods also. Doesn't leave much does it? take a long walk everyday and a hot shower or tub before bed time. This raises the core body heat and acts as a natural sleep aid. The exercise helps mood-dopemines-and actually increases energy. It will be good for you too. Accupuncture and massages will also help. All those otc and Rx sleep aids and ADs are terrrible for the liver. Genotype?
Sorry, one more question! My best friend was recently diagnosed W/hiv combo hcv. I know, yikes. Heart wrenching to me & I am his only support. He is a alcoholic(severe!) & won't quit drinking no matter how much I plead w/him. He was fired cuz of his sickness. He worked at Lowes,yes I am putting thier name out there cuz i'm p@#$%^! Never shop at Lowes again! Any hoo, he lost all his med & prescription plans.
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