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I am unable personally to take the drug as it is a NSAID and unfortunately for me I am allergic to all nsaids. I hope others reply to your post. I know with all drugs there are side effects. I always review a drug or cream before I used it. I know my Rhumatologist gave me some rx cream but after I read the very fine print i realized it was also an nsaid. It would have been dangerous for me to apply it!!
As long as he is keeping to the straight and narrow, I suppose that it is only fair that we let him do his job (play football) and leave it at that. With a mentor like Tony Dungy, I think Michael has a better than average chance of staying true to his word and working to help resolve some of the damage he has done. For those of you who don't know Coach Dungy, he was here in Indianapolis for many seasons coaching the Colts.
I think his body is just use to it and it won't work anymore. I am trying to talk him into getting on a new pain med cause I really hate to see him in pain all the time (like me). I have alot of face pain due to some bad dentist working on me and didn't know what they was doing. So I get to live with the pain for the rest of my life. Right now my family dr is giving me meds for the pain until I get to go to the pain specialist in May. A pain specialist is the way to go.
So this time I decided to only take Echinacea, and so far it has work very very well for me, no weight gain/outbreaks so far. I take three 400mg capsules, once, daily, and when I feel the stinging/itching sensation I take 3 capsules twice a day, and no outbreaks so far. Keep up the good works guys, it's good discussions like this that makes me want to share my personal experience and help others.
also talk to ur pharmacist about it...good to read what we take cos being in the medical profession..i do see a few drs who do not always make alot of sense/nor read up on what they RX...only what the drug rep tells them..
It's crazy how you've had so much come your way, and have had to fight through and overcome so much in your life, yet it is the pills and the addiction that finally takes you down. That just goes to show how serious, conniving, and over powering addiction is. IT can take the strongest people and break them down so far that they are willing to do almost anything to get out. It is sad, the way addiction tears threw people's lives and takes you down a path of darkness and despair.
I just pray that I can get a new liver and get my life back! I am trying to fiind someone who knows how to set up website up about it to help us get enough money to go out of the country to grt a new liver.I have a M.D. that will do it,we are financially drained from this medical situation dragging on so long.And of course our credit is also medically ruint.
I had that prescribed to me when I had all 4 wisdom teeth removed and with TN it does nothing but make me pass out. Try some Tremidol (has to be prescribed) or Oxycodone. The burning sensation will not go away, but any other pain associated with it might be dissolved.
I ended up finding a wonderful doctor. She is a very intelligent Romanian woman. They must have wonderful medical schools in Romania, because she was able to determine the cause of my undiagnosed joint pains, with 1 VISIT. She was so sweet and really cared. She made a promise to me that she would never waste my time or money, with unnecessary tests and visits. I thought that was really cool.
I completely agree and he had changed it to 1 1/2 every 5 hours, but the pain was coming on strong within about 2 1/2 to 3 hours, so he told me to try to take them closer together but back to one at a time. It seems like work ok this way, but when I've tried to cut out the somas because of the drowsiness, I seem to over compensate with the vicodins even though they both help completely different problems.
However, the cloud does lift-it does not take medication to think clearly. My progress on that is slow, but sure. I also use an anti-inflammatory diet, Tens, back brace belts, heating pads, Jacuzzi, and still get flareups. I am learning to manage the pain. It is not easy, but doable. I think my brain is learning to "turn it off". I was like you, sick of being so reliant on meds for one reason or another.
Believe in yourself enough to not let this disease take you over. No matter how bad it hurts at least step outside and check the mail or walk down your side walk.
I know your not where you want to be just yet but it does no go to get upset or nervous about how you feel...you have to live in today....I spent way to much of my recovery waiting to feel better...or waiting for a particular symptom to ez up...one you start excepting where your at and not fighting it your recovery will become a lot ezer...just look at each thing you go thew as one more part of the puzzle you have to piece together to get back to normal ..
I thought the lyrica wasn't working until after I had been on it for about a year and I ran out and forgot to get it filled. yeah. it helps. Exercise does help but it has to be gentle weight bearing like walking or light aerobics or free weights and some of the best advice I ever got was never to do anything longer than 15 minutes. it especially applies to exercise but really it applies to everything. Sitting in the same position, cleaning, standing.
Do you have any other symptoms accompanying this inflammation/pain? It really sounds like it may just be something viral, but it could take awhile to get over it. I hope you feel better soon! If you see your doctor anytime soon, ask him/her what NSAID would be best for relieving the pain you're in and reducing the inflammation you're experiencing in particular areas.
Hi Tramadol Warriors! Welcome to Part 53. This thread is full of helpful and kind people who want to help you get off this terrible drug. Please snuggle in and make yourself comfy. I know you can do it!
I have switched to Mobic (brand name for Meloxicam) NSAID. 15mg pill. Took first one last night. So far ok with Synthroid that I took an hour ago. Only thing is that not much pain relief ??? but I wonder if it "builds up" in my system .... I am hoping that it is going to work as taking it once a day is nice vs. 3X for the other one with side effects of dizziness/tired with the Synthroid. Being time-released is nice even dosing 24hrs long.
Welcome Tramadol Warriors! We're all so glad to see you here. This is the place to be if you are trying to recover from Tramadol ... Please make yourself at home!
After Enbrel came along, my rheumatologist and I discussed it and decided to add it to the mtx to see if my flares would completely stop, and I'm happy to say that they have. No two people with RA respond the same way to the same meds, though. Mtx is a good medication on its own, and the good news is that it combines well with a number of newer medications so there's a good chance some combination will work for you.
This thing is not real rare, just difficult to diagnose therefore uncommon. It is not defined within any race and seems to hit post- menopausal women. Researchers are looking for the 'why' while looking for a treatment. I'm glad it's 2008; if this had been several years ago the NIH protocol studies would not have been out there for researchers to concentrate on and I would certainly be in worst shape.
Im not sure if you know if it, heard of it or used it but just wanted to make sure you steer clear. Alot of Dr.s are not yet educated on how bad this drug is and some think because its "non-narcotic" its safe but it is a devil of a pill and regardless of what they say, is very addictive!
Over the years of recovery and reading about others, seeing others recover the main thing I have learned is that everyone's life is better without being a slave to Tramadol. You might be stuck and scared right now, but you can make the decision to get yourself off the hamster wheel of Tramadol dependency and even addiction. You don't have to live that way. There's lots of people here to help.
Now I don't have to hide when I go pick it up or take them. But I plan on stopping mid dec. I think. I want to try to tapper, see if that works. Or else just stay home from work for a week and feel like crap.
I know when I start lifting and running again my back will not ache like this after yard work It will still hurt but not this bad. But getting to that point will take the entire summer of working out. I have not done ANYTHING in like 2 years that's why it's so weak. But still boy does it hurt!
), so he gave it to me as a trial and told me just to discontinue if it didn't work for me. That doctor thought I had arthritis and fibromyalgia because my joints in my hands and ankles were swollen and prescribed Mobic for it but at the end I went to a rheumatologist and after a lot of blood tests he told me I didn't have arthritis nor fibromyalgia. They still don't know what I have.
If you ever start taking them as a recreational past time, or abuse them, then you will pay for it in the long run, cramps, headaches, depression, diarhia, vomiting, and more! What it all boils down to is, there is a reason they say to only take one every 6 to 8 hours AS NEEDED, for pain..... this is to help you from becoming dependant upon them, and also helps them do their job more efficiantly.
He believed me when I told him that I was in pain and I wasn't imagining it. It felt so great to be validated. I saw this one commercial for FM and it said that maybe it would be better if people could see your pain. The women was covered in bruises to show the pain. Maybe then people would truly understand. You are not alone! I am also Bi-polar so I am on meds for that. When I had insurance the doc prescribed me Darvocet. At that time in my life I didn't know what that was.
When I go back July 23rd, if the new meds are not working, he said at that time he will think of referring me to someone else, but who know how long it will take to get into someone else, it is a WSIB claim so that should help speed things up at least... The Tylenol #3's are 30 mg each. I asked for better pain management, but he said that is the strongest thing he will give me. It helps some, but I can sure tell when the time frame for taking them is coming up about half hour before.
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