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She's kind of used to me taking medicine because I have epilepsy and she's seen a seizure before and is familiar with that cause we had to explain that to her a year ago when she saw it. I do not tell her I have a virus or anything cause she will just ask what is that and why and why and why like most 4 year olds do. Of course I keep the Incivek and Ribo in the top of my closet even though they are sealed good and the pegasys she knows to not touch under any circumstance.
Oh, and that walmart or any big store thing we talked about. Getting confused and tunnel vision, and i think there were more associated with that.
tear, after a 2nd MRI, doctors confirmed that I have emptied out c 5/6 c 6/7, with 2 pinched nerves and the encephalitic liquid barely even passes through. I haven't yet been sceduled for surgery but am on a 2 month waiting list to have them both removed ( the discs). I'm scared @#$%less but have been suffering from "electrical" type pains for about 8 years now. 'till it was too late, no one did anything but prescribe narcotics and even refuse me an MRI.
Even if the room is warm, my legs still feel cold.
) I don't know if this will help anyone but as dry stool from lack of hydration is a major contributor, I've taken kitty's who seemed to be starting to have this issue and put them in a seperate room with wet/moist food, water...and a humidifier on VERY high (I'm talking, you get dew break in the room in the morning). I'm not saying how helpful it is, but after a few days of this things seemed to settle down some.
I has nothing to do with stress or post nasal drip or sinuses. It may have something to do with food allergies and intolerances. Just a guess but that is all I have right now to work with.
The spasm cough causes it all and when it goes away (usually 4 to 5 days) things are relatively normal although a normal cough stays with me for weeks after. I notice if I catch it early (which means I carry antibiotics with me all the time) it is not as nearly as bad. Doctors have diagnosed this as Asthma, chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma etc etc. All different specialists seem to have a different prognosis and the recommended pills over the years have not really done any good.
the D-ribose for energy? The multi-vitamin powder? Sleep System with natural herbs? Adrenal complex? Just wanted to know what some have experienced before I go spend more money on more supplements! Thanks everyone!
I'm 32 years old. I have suffered with ear fullness, pain, foggy head, feeling like my brain moves side to side inside, when I'm standing. I feel as if my body is rocking inside (but know one sees that) but I feel that way. I do have shoulder and neck pain and pressure in those ares. I never had dizzy spells just feeling foggy or whossy feeling. ENT thought. I had miners disease. I check out ok on that. as well with alot of other testing. I do work have 3 kids and married.
You all sound like me with the medications, PT, doctors etc.and not much relief to speak of. I can not reach my scapula area to put icy hot on it, but have laid on the ice pack and it offers some help as does the hot tub...but both are short lived relief. I swim 3x a week, 45 minutes of water "aerobics" then as many laps as I can handle.
I'm SO glad I'm not the only one going through this. I had my Mirena IUD surgically removed with a D&C and hysteroscopy when my GYN removed the IUD after 5 years and 4 months on 12/11/2007. It was surgically removed because my GYN couldn't find the string and a few days later developed an infection. I had light bleeding for a day and half after the removal. While on the IUD I had no weight gain and no periods, maybe an occasional cramp, NO PMS. So no complaints there...
I have been up all night looking up Xanax and pot addiction, poetry of addicts etc and stumbled across this. Call me crazy and I will say your right. But I am in love with a wonderful man whos life has been through hell and back due to his 15mg a day use of xanax(for the past 2 years) and 7-8 joint a day addiction for the past 11. He doesn't have his teaching career due to his disease. He is having withdrawals when he wakes up from sleep because of the xanax.
I get these unexplained chills all the time, where im freezing cold with goose bumps all over my body. They hurt and I can barely walk they are so bad sometimes. I check my temp when I get these episodes and its perfectly normal. I do not have a infection or am not sick. Im not even in a cold environment. Everyone around me is not cold. Its the weirdest thing, and I cant find a answer for it. Its like my body is messed up and sending these chills for no reason. Please help.
Theres a lot of conflicting information about seizures on the list. I've never seen anYone have a seizure in tramadol WITHDRAWAL. Have seen several people have seizures when TAKING tramadol. AND, every tramadol related seizure I saw did not seem related to how high a dose the person was taking; RATHER was in instances where someone markedly INCREASED their dose. I think the confusion is in that seizures are common when withdrawing from sedatives (alcohol, barbiturates, benzodiazapines etc).
And here I am complaing b/c I have been dealing with this for almost a year! It sounds sort of like you mentioned but mine is more of a buzzing sensation on the inside...like the whole inside of my body is buzzing...I don't know - I am just waiting to see the neuro at this point - hope she can get me on the right track somehow. I thank you for your comments - I will keep that in my mind and also wrote it down in my daily journal so that I won't forget...just another symptom. Take care!
Hello Richard: You asked about Neurontin... and I'm here to inform you that it is a perpetual work-horse. I say this because I've been on it since 1995. Long-term usage is what the drug was designed for. Actually, it's an anti-seizure medication built to perform on all forms of nerve seizure. Most people don't usually put two-and-two together when it comes to "pain". Pain is a seizure form. Plain and simple. Like Epilepsy is a seizure form.
Starting in around the year 2001 or so, I was diagnosed with Hepititas C related arthritus and Chronic Pain Syndrom with muscular atrophy. Then shortly after, Cavernous Hemangioma of the liver which has been growing over the years. Then in 2004 I had a bought of Thrombosis and neurological problems with limbs after that. Migranes and eye pain started. Dizzy spells. Then a year ago I stopped being able to eat. I have been loosing a lot of weight and I am 99 pounds.
We begin treatment with non narcotics and provide yoga, acupunture, massage and other forms on therapies that can help with prescription abstinance and pain control.
I found out I was Hep C + today. I've made an appt. with an MD who is treating the all Hep C patients in the area. What questions should I be asking?
She suggested Nortriptyline as an alternative for the neuropathic pain, plus it should also help with the anxiety. Will be starting that tonight.
, 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. This may cause some people feel additional withdrawal symptoms or intensified psychological withdrawal symptoms when discontinuing tramadol. It is always advised to talk with your doctor before and while discontinuing this medication.
Why? And how your depression affects you? As for the hep. c, I am familiar with that disability and as with all disabilities for Social Security its how it affects you not what it is but if it needs treatment that is last resort then yes that would count as well. Any disability that affects you in addition to the depression. And as for postponing the hep. c. treatment I would like to know their rationale. You will recover from depression.
have that mylegram/ct/something(?) tues and can't take adhd meds b/c hosp said risk of seizure anyway and meds on list of like may add to it. not looking forward to it at all and trying to find out as much as i can about it or anyone whose had it done. did call pain center near me and have phone no. for neuro to call and they will set me up w/in 2 weeks of that. called neuro's office last thurs. b/c can't take pain lots of days and crying (and i don't cry...don't know what's doin that to me).
LOL Welcome and I hope you will make yourself at home. Snuggle down, get comfy. There's a lot of information and experience here with getting off Tramadol. It's not impossible, lots of peeps here now living Tram Free Lives! Love & Healing!
Welcome Tramadol Warriors! Fred wrtes, "I stick with it because I remember how the T-train caused INCREASED pain all over my body, in places I never imagined I could have pain. I stick with it because I can remember what it was like to be in the FOG of TRAM, to walk into a room, and forget why I was there, I stick with it because I would rather not get killed on my motorcycle from being too fogged to care what I was doing.
The stomach cramps the constant nausea, the constant diarrhea, the night sweats, hot, cold, cold but sweating all night, hot and shivering all night. Yawning, constant tiredness, the list goes on and on. Now its nearly 2 weeks and I have a little nausea but the thing that is driving me totally insane now is the restlessness in my legs and the pain in my back. I spend all night tossing and turning and trying to get comfortable and then I get so angry that I can't get to sleep.
Being a headache sufferer myself for over 12 years, and also with them starting at a young age like you. I suffered many years, trying all different types of migraine meds, with no relief, i was desperate. The neuro was a load of rubbish. My advice to you and many others who suffer with headaches and migraines. Is to be tested for the Antiphospolipid syndrome, for this it is two simple bloodtests. Being the LA=Lupus anticoagulant. and also ACL= Anticardiolipin antibodies.
It is good for the liver, but NOT when you are on treatment, as it interacts with medications. To add to this, the SAME with grapefruit!
I am going to see a regular neurolgist in a few weeks, he says that he has some experience with Chiari, so at least maybe this is a starting point, maybe he can at least help refer me to a specialist. I happened to notice in one of your threads that you experinced "drop attacks" .... I have always dealt with them from the age of 5, the doctors always told me and my mom that it was due to me always have severe low blood pressure....now that seems a bit modest.
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