Sertraline with ibuprofen

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I was wondering if anyone knew what kind of pain relief I could take with sertraline(zoloft) and Bupropion XL(Wellbutrin XL). Thank you.
I don't know if I'm being paranoid but I had a really bad headache all of yesterday and it didn't go away with painkillers, and it was still there this morning but i took two ibuprofen and it cleared up. This is very strange for me as I do get alot of headaches because of stress and sleep deprivation but they usually go away once I get sleep. I'm also on Zimovane and Sertraline, could these have an effect on the pill?
But hydrocodone makes me nauseous. I quit taking sertraline (Zoloft) because it doesn't go well with Hydrocodone either. Zoloft did help with nausea & appetite though. Sooo, I'm trying to just take ibuprofen, but the sleep dr. (today) wants me to try a small dose of mirtazepine nightly, because pain is worse then. I said 2 wks & that is all I will give it. He is referring me to another sleep dr too. Jeez, all i do is wake up all night long. (no apnea or RLS).
I had taken Cymbalta previously and noticed a difference in the pain level quickly. You may do well with this. I'm taking the Sertraline now, but do not notice any change in the level of pain with this med. The Cymbalta worked better for me there. I hope you find the right combo to help you and you are feeling better soon. Take care.
TRAZODONE may interact with SERTRALINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Zoloft) Both sertraline and trazodone have an effect on serotonin, a chemical that is found in the brain. Excess levels of serotonin in the brain may cause serious or potentially life-threatening side effects. Early signs of this problem include increased confusion and restlessness. Other possible symptoms may include weakness, fever, nausea, and anxiety.
I also take meds for hypothyroid, depression (sertraline hcl), anxiety (PTSD), skelaxin, prn cyclobenzaprine (not with other meds), now tramadol hcl. Can someone validate my concern about waiting? Am I rightfully concerned or anxious?
I have read that Ginkobiloba and Gotu Kola are contraindicated to people with any kind of liver disease. I'll try to find the link to it.
In a published case report, a 72-year-old woman treated with sertraline and a 32-year-old woman treated with venlafaxine developed movement disorders and symptoms consistent with the serotonin syndrome shortly after single doses of metoclopramide. Both cases resolved following treatment with diazepam, and the patients resumed their sertraline and venlafaxine therapy without further incident.
Basically we want to know if there is anyone out there with any other ideas of what may be wrong with my husband...
After a car accident in September 2004 I had to have anterior cervical surgery in February. I had two affected discs, one between C5-C6 to the left in contact with C6 nerve and another in C6-C7 compressing the spine which was causing a right paralysis. The neurosurgeon assured that the problem and pain would be solved by C6-C7 discectomy replaced with a titanium disc (wing cage method) and bone graft taken from my own vertebra.
They had me on a ton in the hospital and then released me with Hydrocodone and 800mg of Ibuprofen. I quickly weaned off of them b/c I was nursing my daughter and hated for her to have these meds in her system. It was at my first 2 wk check up that I mentioned the feeling of being unsteady almost like I just got off a boat to my OB/GY. I told her I felt as though I was walking on clouds or had just gotten off a boat. Sometimes it feels like my head is too heavy for my neck.
The constipation, diarrhea, abdominal pain and bloating associated with IBS are common in people with fibromyalgia. *Headaches and facial pain. Many people who have fibromyalgia also have headaches and facial pain that may be related to tenderness or stiffness in their neck and shoulders. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction, which affects the jaw joints and surrounding muscles, also is common in people with fibromyalgia. *Heightened sensitivity.
are pain relief meds like ibuprofen and acetaminophen ok to take while on Zoloft? my third question doesn't exactly have to do with Zoloft but it is part of my anxiety. i developed a fear of caffeine believe it or not. silly i know. but the most I've consumed is about one drink of tea or soda probably about once a week. just to get the taste. and i wont even go near chocolate. that's that i love chocolate and sweet tea.
On October 6th, I got up off the couch to make breakfast, and was brought to my knees with an INTENSE pain like I had just been kicked in the groin. I went back to the couch and remained there, waiting for the pain to go away. It didn't. About four hours later, my wife read to me something she found on Google: torsion. When I heard that I only had about six hours until I might lose a testicle, I RUSHED to the E.R. They performed an ultrasound but didn't find torsion to be the issue.
Today I admitted my addiction to Nurofen Plus to my husband, my GP, two mental health crisis team professionals and my parents. Tomorrow I'm going, with my husband, to our local addiction service. My addiction began in earnest 4 months ago when I started taking 16 of these little white demons at a time in order to blunt the world and deal with my long term anxiety issues which were beginning to resurface. I've used N+ along with Solpadeine Max, in the normal dosage, for period pain for ages.
Wow 11 years, I have had this for 6 years and it seem to be getting worse. Biggest problem is it takes 2 1/2 days for a symptom to appear and now after I eat just a little bit of something with corn in it. Used to be able to tolerate a small amount, but not now. IF I take an Allegra pill, between meals (no food 2 hours) with water (NO juice cause that disables Allegra) the swelling will subside in 2 - 4 hours. Taking it every day does NOT prevent the swelling.
The only thing that gives me any relief is narcotic pain meds and Lyrica together. The Lyrica helps more with the pain that comes from all my tender points. I suffered with terrible pain and no pain meds for too long. I say if the narcotics help us to survive then so be it, take them.
There are also resistant mutations to consider if you fail as you will not be able to treat with another protease for apprx. 2 years. With the new DAA's in trails combining with a protease this may create a problem. There are a lot of current trials and studies going on now. So if you have minimal liver damage perhaps you can wait. I would reasearch as much as possible and talk with your doc.
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My husband is seeing doc next week to hopefully start treatment with the newly approved Sofo with RBV and INF. he has issues with his shoulder and thinks he can get surgery for that while starting this treatment. I do not know yet if his doc will prescribe this regimen and even if his insurance will cover it. (Express scripts). From all I have read, for his Hep C genotype 1a, he is going to have to get the INF regardless. Sooooo.....what do you all think.
I'm sorry you're going through this, but it's comforting to me that someone else is describing the same exact thing as me and I know I'm not going crazy. I've been taking anti-anxiety meds which have helped with most of the other symptoms, but this one seems to linger. It comes and goes. Most days I feel normal, and then others I get the weird pain. It doesn't really scare me any more.
I know your never to stop taking SSRI meds abruptly but when you follow a good tapering schedule and you still deal with wwithdrawal symptoms that's enough to tick a person off. My doctor wants me to start Lexapro but he wants me to wait until Zoloft is completely washed from my system. How many days do I have to put up with this ****? Any answers or advise is much appreciated.
Thousands of people are suffering with Brachioradial Pruritus, including myself, in my tenth year. It is the most maddening disease and I have learned of no cure. Ice is the ONLY thing to provide relief, and acupuncture has not been effective for me. I have tried all the expensive prescription and steroid creams to no avail. I am losing sleep, and my sanity, b/c it keeps me up all night. I am staying out of the sun, but every year, this persists until December or January.
The docs won't give me more now in any case so I would have to pay a fortune off the internet and over the counter, which here in England are mixed with either paracetamol or ibuprofen (a nasty cocktail) if taken in too great amounts! I have another 3 days before I am back at work, so here's hoping!! Chris, England.
( I too have been diagnosed with BRP, and the only relief is from ice--but that feels so hopeless to me. Are there any other cures/solutions? I can not bear the thought of having to endure this torture the rest of my life. Makes me want to cry!
I have been through the ringer with doctors and nothing is wrong with me. But there is major pain and i still feel like something is the culprit. My pain happens most at night when I am trying to relax. When I am exercising and am active, I don't feel it. I am a wreck and am having a hard time dealing with it. Reading forums like this really helps. I see people in the same boat and I don't feel so helpless anymore.
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