Morphine allergy symptoms

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Hello. Can <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> cause a person to have shiver like symptoms when their dosage is wearing off? Can morphine also cause a person to feel warmer or hot and sweaty then go to feeling cold like or shiver like when u need another dosage or is this a drug addiction or all three situations? Thank you in advance and hope to hear from you IF and when u have time.
Sorry Addi but no .. I do take Baclofen tho' but try not to do the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> . I am glad you are back i missed you.
You CAN develop an allergy to a drug you've taken before or different drugs in the same class. I had been itching miserably for days. I stopped taking all medications then added them back one by one. Oxycodone is the culprit. I was surprised because I took it off and on often before back surgey, then intensively after surgery. I haven't taken it for months, but the other med I was on caused stomach problems- so back to oxycodone I went.
1. An adverse effect/Allergy to the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> or 2. The <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> should have NOT been used for the particular pain you were having when you presented to the ER. morphine is NOT the best choice for all pain. Oh yes, the CT contrast, yuk!! Yes, had to drink this myself and have given it to numerous patients; it is awful. Unfortunately, it is needed for better views of the abdomen. How are you feeling now?
What are the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> side-effects that you experience? Do you have an allergy to it? Or do you experience some of the more extreme and/or rare side-effects from it? Just curious. Might have some suggestions depending on your answers.
Your symptoms remind me of what I experienced when taking <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> for pain after a surgery for a bowel blockage. Are you taking any narcotic pain medications? Most narcotic drugs cause me to itch badly. The allergic reaction is strong enough that I recovered from bypass surgery using Advil.
I saw my ortho surgeon today and she said I basically developed an allergy to hydrocodone - she said it can happen to anyone with anything at anytime even if you have been exposed to that "thing/substance/whatever" for years and years. So, she switched me to oxycodone, or percoset.
This was in a section called Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis but it can be a stand alone condition ________________ Nickel allergy Nickel allergy is one of the most common causes of contact allergic dermatitis. In affected individuals, dermatitis (eczema) develops in places where nickel-containing metal is touching the skin.
I have been taking long acting <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> for about 4 years now, was taking 9 -15 mg tabs each day and successfully reduced by myself to 3 each day. For the past 3 days I cut them out completely and I was wondering how long I can expect to feel this lousy.. I've gone through the stomach issues and still serious body aches. Any Idea how long this should take before I feel normal again?
He gave me <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span>! Yikes! It took my pain away but made me sick for 3 days straight. I was allergic to <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span>. SIGH! I was okay for Thanksgiving, I didnt have the pain nor the headaches. But when the next day came around that headache was back again!!! To make a long story short.....I was sick from November to January new years eve. I was bed ridden, not eating nor drinking, just crying and suffering with headaches that wouldnt go away.
to keep my eyes closed the sides effects said all of this and more yet the ER dr did not beleive my symptoms were related to this treatment since i am allergic to LOTS of stuff no morphine no codeine no loritab and now no Iontophoresis Dexamethasone would love to know what you think my arm felt great for 4 days but i dont dare do this again..
Because the swollen throat was not notable they diagnosed me with a micro stroke, MRI was completely clear. Symptoms cleared within 24 hrs with the exception of the facial numbness which remained and at times would get worse and more wide spread across my head and face. I was again admitted to the hospital for similar symptoms in Sept, this time the first diagnosis of stroke was recinded and replaced with "migraine/facial seizure aura".
Hi Fellow Allergy Sufferers, My symptoms (flu-like aching of feet and legs, extreme fatique, breathlessness, malaise, with very mild sinus pressure and sore glands) began about a month ago. Since I've had a couple tick bites (dog ticks) and rashes this summer, my internist put me on an antibiotic to cover Lyme Disease. After 15 days of taking the antibiotic (which also cures sinus infections), there is no improvement.
Hi Sebastiandelacroix- I am having some of the same symptoms as you and am wondering what it is also. I am interested in knowing if you have some of the others I have had...along with the involuntary twitching in my legs and numbness and tingling in my arms and hands I have had fatigue and migraines. My doc put me on a heart medication for my migraines and they have subsided for the most part but now the twitching and arm/hand probs have arisen.
I am among the youngest on this page. I am 15 years old and i have an addiction to pain killers (<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span>) and allergy meds. And it has been this way for a year and a half. But 3 days ago i stopped. Cold turkey. My life has been a living hell but I'm fighting it. I'm not going to ruin my life at so young. I'm taking my life back. :) The headache and nausea is killing me but I can make it through it. Thanks for taking the time to read this.
1) Can sinus cause the daily head pressure and tinnitus? No pain, just a heavy and tight feeling from my eyebrows, temples to the back of my head. Wake up with it. Only goes away when outside exercising. Constant dust inside and outside this place with pollution. Extreme heat going from AC into 120 degree. Has cooled off now, but symptoms remain.
Another precipitating factor is <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> is known to release histamine which can further precipitate the allergy. Subsequent exposure can be life threatening. Hence, if drug allergy is suspected, future exposure to such drugs should be avoided. Get evaluated for other mentioned causes. Take care and regards.
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3 weeks ago I had sinus surgery and reacted to the adhesive on thermometer stuck on forehead and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span>. Within 48 hours had hives and breathing problems, stopped antibiotic but reaction continued. Allergist said it was Prednisone taper (40 mg in 4 days) the fifth day I ballooned esp face and knee. Now I am allergic to tapes and this week had a first time immediate systemic allergic reaction to my maintenance dose allergy shots. Something has my body hyper reactive ....
If it was spoiled fish (not stored properly before cooking), histamine could built within it and caused exact the same symptoms as in allergy, but this is not allergy and in this case allergy test would be negative. It's called "scombroid poisoning". Leukocytes are also rised in the allergy. Abdominal pain is not characteristic for food allergy, but this pain was maybe triggered the same way as the heart pain - from reduced blood delivery into intestine after the blood pressure drop.
Many people will use the term 'allergies' for what are actually symptoms from intolerance, not allergy. The first issue is whether you are intolerant-- such as having nausea, headaches, or feeling other strange symptoms... or allergic, such as getting a rash after a day or two? (some medications like morphine will cause nonspecific histamine release and cause a sudden 'blotchy' rash that might itch-- this is not a true allergy either).
I'm suspecting it wasn't allergy as she had I.V. <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> and dimorphine over the lattter course of her palliative care in the hospice. I'm guessing just in case it's general I should make sure affairs are in order. ii) Where might I find a suitable splint online or material to craft a splint? Many Thanks Frank_E (UK) Appendix The letter from the surgeon reads: I have now had an assessment from the neurophysiologist about your ulnar nerve.
Roxy: Risperol is a psychotropic med (antipsychotic medication). Your doc is starting you out low dose at 1/2 mg. When reinitiating a medication, they do this (it is called titration) to see how well you are tolerating it. If you are not tolerating it, you should call your doc. From your other post I understand you are tapering off an antianxiety med at this time, too? Any other meds you taking? You said "itchy eyes and itchy throat". Classic allergy symptom.
morphine is sometimes taken for migraine headaches and swelling of the face is a common symptom of a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> allergy. Your face could swell as a reaction to a number of other medications if you were allergic to them as well. If you have taken any medication recently I would strongly suggest you go to the emergency department as you may be having an allergic reaction to a medication. In addition, you have posted a number of other symptoms in 2 other recent posts...
Recently I have had problems breathing which was diagnosed as asthma due to allergies. I have never had allergy symptoms like runny nose, itchy or watery eyes, etc. I was treated with a round of prednisone along with Advair. My question is I'm still having a little tightness in the center area of my chest even though I am registering at my max using a peak flow meter. Has anyone else had this problem and how was it treated?
Not that I am aware of, especially for surgical pain. If there really were a medicine that was as effective as opiates for pain, opiates would be rarely used within the medical community due to the stigma attached to them. You could try a google search on, "surgery without opiates or opioids" or "surgery on those with an allergy to opioids" to see if anything interesting pops up.
I told them NO <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>morphine</span> period right now. So one day I go in and I guess he called 911 and did not know what was going on..He was very confused and out of it..Well come to find out they had a order on the Med Cart and a girl gave him one.(morphine) OK so I went in and said NO Hospice should know this. See my Dad had never taken a med in his life and said that the pill he gets right now every four hours does wonders. So I kept checking with him and he was talking OK again..
Recently, I was tested for genital herpes. Two cultures were taken at different intervals, and the results were negative. The symptoms were excruciating: blisters and puss. I couldn't walk or sleep. I still have rough patches below my clitoris from it- he said it looked like psoriasis (i have been diagnosed with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis). I have vaginal infections all the time. I also spot a week after finishing my period (often- maybe every other month).
power building protein mixes will solve all your vitamin needs and give a nice big dose of protein. Night time........ night time cold meds,allergy pills, valarian root helped me. melatonin some say. milk and bananas are known to help ease the pain. I will try and update this and certainly would like any suggestions to help others through this very tough time. good luck and fight on to victory !!
Just note that while Celiac sufferers have to treat gluten like an allergy, it's not really an allergy. There is more going on than an allergy, because it's an autoimmune illness with the symptoms triggered by gluten. Also, while it does sound more like actual Celiac, many who don't have Celiac are still intolerant to gluten.
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