Tramadol and prednisone interaction

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I almost took my migraine meds on top of my tramadol and prednisone. On a whim I figured I better check the interaction on drugs.com. I did. Tramadol and Maxalt could be a dangerous combination. Glad I checked. I will add that to my calendar of good luck wishes! I have thought that if I get a diagnosis, whatever that is, if it is disability eligible then I would apply. I appreciate the advice on the documentation and to get an attorney involved.
Anyone out there needs to know of this potentially lethal interaction between Tramadol and SSRI type Antidepressants
almost like my skin has shrunk (?). Dr's are not able to conclude what this is. I have been given Prednisone, Tramadol, muscle relaxers, and now Neurontin. I am not a pill taker. It is very important to me NOT to mask the symptoms as all but Prednisone would do. I do not like the side effects the other drugs can produce and have them become part of the mix of what I am trying to resolve. Could this be hormonal?
I came across this website and am a little relieved that find other people that understand my symptoms. I had my first episode last september and they went away after taking a short cycle of prednisone. I started with the symptoms again this january and am going crazy. i have been to and ENT and neurologist and had a MRI which came out normal. I just started taking Prednisone so hopefully it works again this time, any ideas on what it could be would be helpful.
Prednisone was a nightmare, made her super manic and hyper. They sent her to a pain clinic and gave her percocets and tramadols but she has developed a high tolerance to them so she is back where she started because they won't increase her dosage and they won't offer her any other options. Anti-inflammatory over the counter pills don't help much anymore. Plus she is on blood pressure medicine and I heard that low blood pressure can make Fibro pain worsen.
I talked to the dr on wednesday they took like 15 x-rays and found nothing they put me on prednisone 2 pillls 1 time a day. she said if that dont help she is going to put me on a patch?!? she said its not like fentynal or moriphine. she said its more like viciodn. she said its a new drug and was wonderful if anyone else has used it? Please help i need more info... oh yeah she said i change the patch 1 time a week.
The tingling and depression and nearly psychotic thinking was from just starting Prednisone six days ago and that triggered increasing instability and tingling and brain zaps. I went off it today and the symptoms are disappearing. So far no other effects from the Ultram cutdown. I'll keep you posted.
I went to my GP complaning of no sense of smell, saw a surgeon and surgery was recomended, I was given a prescription for Prednisone, a steroid, this gave me some sense of smell, and here's the but, I had the operation and still could not smell, so more Prednisone, well the upshot is that the steroids have caused my Osteo-Necrosis, this is when the heads of the long bones die, so have now had core decompression on one hip and the other totally replaced. Oxycontin.
The pain I experience is usually in my left inner thigh but last week it was in both of my inner thighs. The pain is a slicing excruciating pain that is horrible. I have had three children so I know what pain is, but this is horrible pain. It feels like someone is stabbing me. It doesn't happen very often and I have experienced this pain for the past several years. I am 58 years old, I am 5'8" and weigh 165 lbs. I exercise frequently and am in good health.
So, what dose did everyone here have their success? And what type of diet/eating plan and exercise plan did you do to help it along? I'm desperate to lose 40 lbs (half of which I gained on Zoloft-no longer taking). PLEASE respond if you had any weightloss on this drug, I'm very curious. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!
My b6 blood level was 81 - the maximum safe level in this test was 32. When reading about b6 toxicity one reads about tingling hands and feet and being "wobbly on your feet" and things of that nature. It can be much more than that. Be careful with Vitamin b6. It's not known if the neurological damage is reversible. Some studies show it is, some show it is not.
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