Singulair tremors

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What was the problem with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> a while back? I heard something about it, but I never heard what the problem was with it.
Hi Welcome to the forum! It is possible to feel <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span> all over the body. <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span> are often associated with drugs, alcohol, smoking, lack of sleep, stress and fatigue. They can be seen in peripheral neuropathies of diabetes, in hyperthyroidism, parasomnia, multiple sclerosis, TIAs or transient ischemic attacks or mini strokes, hypoglycemia, disorders of calcium metabolism, hyperparathyroidism etc.It can also be seen in menopause, if you are in that age group.
Hi Denana, Welcome to the forum. U.S. and Canadian drug regulators are investigating the popular allergy medication singulair in response to reports of mood changes, suicidal behaviour and suicide in patients. Head tremors could be also a side-effect, as it is consistent with the possible side effects presented with the use of singulaire, however, not directly listed itself as one, but rather linked to one ( seizures, dizziness, headaches, etc).
Hello, I have <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span> and my doctor prescribed me Inderal for only small dosage, because Propranolol increases the Asthma. I asked him if tacking Inderal with singulair would prevent the Asthma reaction but he asked me to check with an asthma specialist. Is there any problems taking these 2 drugs together ? and does singulair help in this case ?
Hi Welcome to the MedHelp forum! What you mother feels are probably <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span> all over the body. <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span> are often associated with drugs, alcohol, smoking, lack of sleep, stress and fatigue. They can be seen in peripheral neuropathies of diabetes, in hyperthyroidism, parasomnia, multiple sclerosis, TIAs or transient ischemic attacks or mini strokes, hypoglycemia, disorders of calcium metabolism, hyperparathyroidism etc. Amongst the drugs she is taking salbutamol can cause tremors.
This morning, I took <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span>, vitamin supplements, and concerta 27 mg, as usual; I also took adderall at about 10, as usual. Last night, I took Lunesta and Elevil (as prescribed), and I woke up this morning with plenty of energy and feeling just fine. I was on Cymbalta until about two weeks ago. I've never had these kinds of side effects from anything. It's like something just crashed. I'm a 28-year-old woman. Definitely not pregnant. Drank plenty of water.
I was given a Rx for Ventolin, Flovent, Flonase and Reactine. I was then sent to an allergy specialist and she recommended I try <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> because it controls allergies AND asthma. My allergy test revealed many allergies to environmentals such as grass, dust, mold, cats, trees, pollens, flowers, chemicals, perfumes, latex and some foods. I tried the singulair in April and that's when all Heck broke loose.
With this drug she could walk and wasn't nearly as shaky (muscle <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span> throughout her whole body). Now she can't walk and it is very disheartening that no doc will even try to get her back on something that actually worked for her. Any suggestions will help.
Constant nagging abdominal pain ULQ whether I eat or don't, I also have anxiety, sweats (no fever), <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span>, and lower back pain. Symptoms were occasional at first but are now almost daily. I wake up in a sweat (which seems different from a hot flash) and fell sick until I have a stool. First stool may be semi-solid, about an hour after eating throughout the day, stools are watery and yellow. I force myself to eat as I have NO appetite.
Hi, I recently started taking celexa for anxiety/depression as well as <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> for asthma. I only took both drugs for two days. Other than the typical side effects of drowsiness/dizziness, I noticed that my muscles were having tremors or cogwheeling. It was initially occurring in my arms and legs. After showing some Dr's that I work with I immediately stopped taking both drugs. The cogwheeling is still occurring, mostly in my right arm/wrist movements.
I was then sent to an allergy specialist and she recommended I try <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> because it controls allergies AND asthma. My allergy test revealed many allergies to environmentals such as grass, dust, mold, cats, trees, pollens, flowers, chemicals, perfumes, latex and some foods. I tried the singulair in April and that's when all Heck broke loose.
I was then sent to an allergy specialist and she recommended I try <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> because it controls allergies AND asthma. My allergy test revealed many allergies to environmentals such as grass, dust, mold, cats, trees, pollens, flowers, chemicals, perfumes, latex and some foods. I tried the singulair in April and that's when all Heck broke loose.
Constant nagging abdominal pain ULQ whether I eat or don't, I also have anxiety, sweats (no fever), <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span>, and lower back pain. Symptoms were occasional at first (after eating fatty foods or drinking too mch alcohol) but are now almost daily. I wake up in a sweat (which seems different from a hot flash) and fell sick until I have a stool. First stool may be semi-solid, about an hour after eating throughout the day, stools are watery and yellow. I force myself to eat as I have no appetite.
A complication of Eosinophilic colitis. He put me on <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> which is supposed to help with the disease. I was having problems with headaches, tremors, weakness, falling. Blood tests showed I have hypothyroidism, diagnosed the same month as the Asthma. Nine months later I had to have my gallbladder removed because it stopped working. This is not the end of my issues, but I am still working with the doctors to discover what is wrong.
Yes, I am on Advair and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> now. 2 of my kids also take those as well, so I need to be careful not to mix them up! Sarah, thanks for the reminder of rinsing the mouth out afterward. I forgot about that. I have had thrush in the past, and it was awful. I will be sure to rinse well! Oh well, just add asthma to the growing list. I was also dx with Osteoarthritis a few weeks ago, by a orthopedic knee surgeon,and have NO cartilage on either lateral sides of my knees.
Some of the physical symptoms you describe are potential side-effects of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span>. Assuming you can rule out <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> as the contributor to your anxiety, the Buspar is a good place to start though I have to say that Buspar responds well to what I might charactorize as low-level Generalized Anxiety Disorder, which is condition in which anxiety is present at most times but is usually manageble without significant spikes or sudden-onset panic.
I've been seeing doctors since this past January, for various problems that began in November.... I had similar problems in 2002/2003. At that time, the problems were blamed on several different ailments and treated accordingly. Suddenly in late 2003 I seemed to have much better health and it lasted, blessedly for about 4 years. Then in late 2007 I began to fall apart again. This time, I put all the pieces together and wondered if my several ailments were in fact one problem.
Through all of this I am currently taking Advair diskus 250/50, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span>, Nexium, Nasacort AQ and was actually told by my ENT to take nexium in the morning and Zegerid 2 hours before bed as he saw some inflammation at the beginning of my esophagus. I do believe that GERD is playing a big role in all of my symptoms but have not yet confirmed this therefore I’ve been experiencing some anxiety over all of this.
I see on a regular basis a Rheumatologist for my arthritis, a cardiologist for my heart condition, a neurologist for my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span> and a gastroenterologist for my colitis. Between them all I think I'm getting pretty good care. I always make sure that each doctor received a report from the other doctors to keep all my doctors up to date.
says I could even have GERD. I am currently taking Anaprox (for extreme pain during menstruation), <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span>, Flonaise, Advair, and Alavert, and something for GERD, I forget the name. Some history -- I have had Raynauds - lousy general circulation - and mild signs of Carpul Tunnel and swelling/achey joints in my hands for for over ten years. I have very tight muslces and a lot of stress in general.
This continued all the way up to surgery. He started to have <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span> at 5 months old. I was being told he had colic, acid reflux, and I wasn't feeding him enough ( he was chunky). I was told by his Ped at the time he was perfectly healthy and I told her perfectly healthy babies don't shake and I wanted him to see a Neurologist. He wasn't like other babies either he didn't take anything in didn't look around contently and didn't even smile till 8 months. He cried all the time!!!
I have not worked at my stressful job since September 23 and am trying to recover via rest, eating healthy, taking my meds (still taking breathing treatments, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span>, and Advair) and am taking a daily multi-vitamin. One day I will think I am feeling pretty good and before the end of the day, I'm just feeling so awful again. The sweats and chills, headaches, the total exhaustion, and the general unwell feeling is about to get the best of me. Can anyone tell me when this will get better?
Then I went to an immunologist who put me on <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> and Zyrtec. Then they went away. Now here I am in 2009 and they are back. Currently I am on singulair, Zyrtec, Levothyroxine (of course), Hydroxyzine, Prednisone, and about 6-8 Benadryls a day. Still they come back...... I am seeing an endo at UCLA in a few weeks and I am praying he can help me. My poor kids are tired of me being TIRED! Hang in there, you are not alone!
He also said after the testing he would like me to go on <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> (prescription) and Nasalcrom (otc). So...that's where we are! I will do just that. I hope this gives you-all information that might help.
My primary care physician is sending me to a gastroenterologist tomorrow and they're taking me off of the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> in the meantime to see if maybe that's the culprit, but I was wondering if perhaps you might know of anything that could be causing this to happen? I've heard Lupus might cause this... Could my elevated liver enzymes be connected to my high CPK levels that I had while I was in the hospital back in November, too?
) ER room gave me an IV with Prednisone and another antihistamine followed by b.) an Epinephrine shot and 30 minutes later, 10 minutes of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span> followed by c.) red blotches/hives from the top of my head to my waist/groin area. Day 3: a.) red blotches/hives progressing to my feet (tops swollen and itchy) and the palms of my hands look like a red balloon and continue to itch so very very bad yet I am sent home. Day 4: a.
Thus began months of seemingly random 'attacks' during which I'd get varying combinations of tachycardia, high BP, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tremors</span> esp in left leg, lightheadedness, inability to fully inhale, feeling of not getting enough oxygen even if I could breathe properly, and the list goes on. I also had a terrible feeling of physical anxiety (churning stomach, agitation, etc) but with no mental anxiety as the apparent cause!!! Attacks could last minutes or hours and any combination of symptoms would happen.
I'm 24 now--the first time I ever had an anxiety episode was in college when I was about 19 and I had started taking advair and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>singulair</span> for the first time for my asthma/allergies. I'm still convinced that that's what has opened the floodgates for me, so to speak. As far as anxiety disorders go, different things can trigger the onset of them if you have a genetic predisposition for it, and for me that's what it was and I've had a problem with it ever since.
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