Propranolol and tramadol

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Today I went to see a neurologist today, and hopefully try to get him to get an MRI of my pituitary gland and thyroid, but he only prescribed some Imitrex (100mg), Propranolol (20mg), tramadol (50mg), and ibuprofen (800mg) for migraine headaches, I get them on and off, sometimes they are pretty bad but anyway that was all, and he didn’t see any other reason to have an MRI done.
I was prescribed Topamax along with an appetite suppressant (Adipex) for weight loss a bit over a year ago and stopped taking them after two and a half months. I did not lose all of the weight I had wanted to, but most of it. I had gained 55 pounds while on Paxil over the course of two and a half years. By taking a combination of the two medicines, I lost 22 pounds the first month, 10 pounds the second month, and 8 pounds the first half of the third month.
also taking propranolol. not working. took some clonapin. still hyper. is this a phase of tramadol? hyperness?
Today I went to see a neurologist today, and hopefully try to get him to get an MRI of my pituitary gland and thyroid, but he only prescribed some Imitrex (100mg), Propranolol (20mg), tramadol (50mg), and ibuprofen (800mg) for migraine headaches, I get them on and off, sometimes they are pretty bad but anyway that was all, and he didn’t see any other reason to have an MRI done.
If anyone has any suggestions, or gets any help from this, I would love to hear it. It's difficult to get a doctor to prescribe enough of the Esgic, and the Tramadol, (generic Ultram) so that it can be taken daily as a preventative. I've been reading on here, that most of the Butalbital is being controlled because of the acetaminophen, and the aspirin. Last month, I was given Fiorcet, and I take two of those, with my Alkaselzer, and my Tramadol.
The other medications for migraines include topomax, depakote, propranolol, gabapentin, tegretol, verapamil... and many others. For most of them, it is hit or miss. But before trying anything else I would want to try getting you of everything-- how great it would be if the headaches went away... and they just might!
An open-label study in patients with treatment-resistant migraine assessed the combination regimen of sodium valproate and a beta blocker (ie, propranolol or nadolol) may be effective as prophylaxis treatment in resistant migraine cases. Vigabatrim, intranasal lidocaine, Dihydroergotamine and Sumatriptan are alsoknown to reduce migraine attack frequency.
I'm taking lasix, spironolactone, propranolol,omeprazole, ranitidine,metronidazole,baclofen,tramadol. I've read alot about my condition.but this is the first time that I've got to communicate with people that have what I have. right now my belly is so swollen that it hurts to breathe. my doctors have talked about a T.I.P.S procedure to reduce pressure, an tapping to remove fluid. I've read about both and they make me nervous. lately I've been foggy minded and really tired.
But now she had this awful headache in her forehead, and also, she lost her taster and smeller, and her hearing and vision had both deteriorated, all from this one incident. Now, she is 88, and a CT scan indicates she has brain atrophy. Would the atrophy cause the headache? Last year her doctor referred her to a neurologist for the headache. On our third visit she said, "Don't come back. We can't fix everything.
But for about a month I had stomache issues and W/D aches and pains. I just took tylenol and advil for them and used a heating pad. K, but here's the kicker. 33 days into my detox from the opiates, I get in a car accident, slammed at a complete stop at 30 MPH from behind. Whiplash sucked, but I didn't run to the docs. I DO have one question. If anyone could answer that would be great.
My father in law is on Tramadol 50mg 3 times a day and it use to work for him and now it don't. 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.
All symptoms are right sided. Jaw locking Eye pain and twitching Facial pain and burning Pain in side of head Pain in mouth Shoulder pain Arm pain with weakness and twitching Occasional balance loss I have had MRIs of my Brain, Cervical and Thoracic Spine, and Right TMJ. Everything was clear except for 2 small disc protrusions to the right at C5 and C6, the opinion is that these protrusions are not large enough to be causing problems.
I guess my thoughts are, there are other things the doctor can do for you than just giving you Tramadol, and I kind of understand why they aren't writing pain scripts because with migraines the pain just rebounds with the pain medication. I'm not sure about a pain specialist, if you are looking just for the pain medication, then I would see a pain specialist, sign a pain contract and see how you do. I'm not sure why you would need to bring up the over the counter medication?
My daughter suffered a double concussion 4 months ago and is suffering from 24/7 headaches and migraines 2-3 times a week. Like you the Tramadol etc... and had no effect. We have been on Amitriptylin for 6 weeks and feel like it has had no effect. They have now increased her dosage up to 50mg and we have slowly increased it from 20 to 40 without any relief. The only relief she has got is when she went to the er and they pumped her full of fluid and drugs.
Gabapentin, Pristiq, Tramadol, Sumatriptan, Propranolol, Diclofenac, Clonazepam, Cyclobenzaprine, Premarin, Lovastatin, otc Naturals Water Pills, otc Stool Softener. Last year I had a high grade migraine that lasted for 3 months straight. My neurologist told me that I have a low grade migraine constantly, and that I've been able to adjust and function with it. I have been pulled from work by my doctors due to my FM and migraines.
Well let's see ... I am on Propranolol for tremors, Etodolac,Tramadol and clyclobenzaprine for pain. And now the new one added is Mirtazpine to help my mood! Who with all of this would not be depressed. Some days I wish I wouldn't have done the surgery. As I am no better off. I feel so bad that I can not do much. I try to do a load of laundry, load of dishes or vacuum and it ends up killing me. Now tell me is that right from having surgery. I use to be such a go getter...
I finally gave up and went in to a new clinic (I've moved states since) and I saw a PA-C, and she put me on Propranolol. She started at 20mg at night before bed. The first 1-2 weeks, it worked, mostly, I had almost forgotten what it felt like to not be amped up, agitated and uncomfortable all the time. But it stopped working. So my heart rate was going over 100 again, and she put me on 20mg in the am and pm. Well, it's keeping me somewhat stable for part of the day.
I've taken flexeril, skelaxin, tramadol, etc for short periods of time but mostly take Motrin 800mg twice a day and accept that I'm just always going to be in pain. The pain gets much worse whenever I am sick and I mentioned it to the doctor tonight at urgent care where I was seen for a sinus and ear infection. She referred me to a pain management doctor and physical therapist and also gave me a prescription for Gabapentin (100mg...
I think the search for medication that you respond to is a long and really tiering one, i started on diclofenic 4 times a day - didn't work - was so upset and in pain Arcoxib - didn't work - got more stressed out and upset Codine phosphate hermidryde 30/500 - didn't work - got so upset and major pain made me mega stressed, couldn't sleep.
lyrica, topamax, tramadol, amitriptyline, cyclobenzaprine, vitamin d, tramadol, hydrocodone and promethazine. i'm a walking pharmacy....oh...and plaquinil for the ra.
Another thing is to try to stay as calm as you can, I imagine your anxiety is probably real bad right now and the person who mentioned clonodine, was a very good idea, definitly ask your doctor about it, even propranolol would be better than nothing (and that is not a scheduled drug at all - its a BP med). I wish you the best of luck and I will say a prayer for you. If you ever want to talk, feel free to PM me anytime.
I am dependent on both benzos and tramadol. When a specialist got me to try to wean myself slowly off of them...and im talking even slower than he wanted, I took over 6 months to get to the lowest dose, I could never, never ,never get off completely because at low does of vallium and especially tramadol, my body would freak out as if I had nothing in my system. So I go to plan B. I went cold turkey off both meds. After 48 hours I couldnt move out of bed.
My migraines started when I was 15 years old and I've been through Biogesic, Codeine, Ponstan, Naproxen Sodium, Sodium Diclofenac, Propranolol, Tramadol, Naramig, Amitriptyline, Lexapro. Now I've been prescribed Mirtazapine & Alprazolam which I have put off taking as my hand tremors have gotten so bad I can't hold a dish in 1 hand without it wobbling.
I take 80 mg 1X daily of Propranolol (Inderol) which controls blood pressure and heart rate and apparently is GREAT for tremors. Mine completely disappeared after a couple of days. I'm also on Clonazepam 5mg 3X daily, which is for anxiety but also is given to epileptics to help control their symptoms, for the twitches and spasms and electric feeling that I forgot to mention. They don't completely go away, but they almost do. Otherwise they go crazy.
He also had prescribed the Tramadol and Tylenol 3 before, with no better results and knows about the several morphine treatments I have had in the ER in the last several months. I really do hope that the Lyrica ends up being the answer for your pain. And, I feel your strength, as well as ren's! If you guys can do this...get through it...and it looks like you have, then i can do it, too. I hope I still feel the strength tomorrow. I know that the drive to LA is going to be rough.
I would have to drug myself right up on Tramadol and pre-workout suppliments, and use benzos etc to stop me being very ill after. I have never used and never will use steroids, as I was, and hope perhaps one day to be a tested athlete again. However, I suffer from low testosterone, due to taking a certain anti D since a young age. This is another factor in my deteriorating health, and as my doctor explained it's like I've been trying to run a farrari on lighter fluid for 6 years.
I am going to go to an NA meeting this afternoon and hope that helps me feel better. I was on oxys for back pain and quit and then relapsed a few weeks ago. I was doing 60 mgs a day and can't believe I feel this ****** already. I feel like I've created a living he'll for myself.
has been a consistent 21 days, with severe cramping and heavy bleeding. Last January I went 6 weeks between periods, and thought I was pregnant, but was not. Since then there are anywhere from 10 days to 21 days between periods, still very painful and heavy. I have had a couple cysts in the past, but none currently. I have been tested for PCOS and bloodwork to check my thyroid, but everything has come back OK.
hi all, I am was taking cymbalta, lyrica, trazadone, tramadol, and methocarbomol. I was just recently changed to savella and the cymbalta was let go. I seem to be doing okay but I do have a lot of body aches and this feeling in my body that feels like my nerves are spazzing. I don't know what that is all about. I do know that I am sick and tired of being sick and I just can't get that out of my mind. My life is limited as I know that you all are aware of. It's driving me crazy.
Research in Switzerland links straining w/a BM w/ Migraine and possible heart conditions. May want to check this out.
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