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i have been taking vyvanse which has been one of the best medications that i have been given over the last several years---unfortunately, it is expensive without insurance. i have been having to pay around $158 dollars a month for it. provigil didn't do a whole lot for me.
My doc wrote my prescriptions out with enough thyroid and HC that i could experiment a little with the amounts if I wanted to--but I don't know that it would be a good idea to do that without some guidance. I could really use some help getting a healthier diet, but am jut too tired and have too much brain fog to figure it out--plus I hate to leave my house--so going to the store is almost more than I can do.
I'm assuming your husband's bipap is a ventilator type that will recognize central apneas and breathe for him during those episodes? Central apnea (as opposed to obstructive) usually requires a special machine. Does his bipap record treatment data, like how many apneas he has during the night? Some do, some don't. If his does, downloading his data could tell if his pressures are resolving the events. He needs to either have access to data or get another sleep study.
Hi - I have a pretty extensive background, but will try to make this as short & easy to comprehend as possible. I'm a 33 year old single mom who has struggled with "mental issues" for many years. At the age of 15 I was placed on Prozac for depression. Over the next 15 years I tried Zoloft, Paxil, Lexapro, and several others.
GH with or without steroid is just brands - my insurance wanted me to use different brands - I was used to a different brand and they moved me to a cheaper brand. Kev... my doc likes to only add or change one hormone at a time too - that way he knows what is working and what is causing issues. On one hand, it is nice on the other, it takes forever and you still feel like dirt so it is frustrating.
We have now had 2 that worked for a little while and then stopped. For us, cost was also an issue for a bit. The kids were in between insurance agencies and the long acting medication is more expensive. The bottom line: Yes, meds can help, they can also be a problem. Always keep in close touch with your Dr and pharmacist. IMHO if a child starts new meds, the rd should want to do a follow up in 2 weeks. 4 at the most. Also read all product inserts. Talk to your pharmacist.
My pain got worse (and I thought it was already bad), the top of my head felt like it was going to explode, I broke out in awful sweats, felt spacey and like I was going to pass out, and the WORSE side effect was the nausea. I took it without food and threw up, so I started taking it with food and still threw up. I then decided to take it and lie down for a while. When I did that I got nauseous, but also had terrible stomach cramps and diarrhea.
I detoxed for the first 9 days in rehab. There are options out there. Try to call ur insurance and see what rehabs they will cover. One more thing about your parents. You said it would tear them apart to know whats going on with you, youre right it will. But just think about how proud they will be in a month, year, 5 years, etc when they see you growing as a person. Just because things are horrible right now, they don't always have to be that way. And you have the power to change that brew.
Sometimes we just need to get away from all this stuff and let nature work by herself (5) Mayo Clinic. If your circumstances or insurance allows, they have a 2-4 day workout program where you check in and they go over you head to toe. Sometimes a new medical team is what's needed.
According to everyone else, nothing had worked, as I’m sure he was already aware of, oh yeah, did I mention I didn’t and still don’t have health insurance, and he was charging a college kid almost a hundred dollars a visit, so that he could do “follow ups”,? **** ups is what he should have called all of those visits. Next, came the big BANG!!!!!!!!!! This was essentially the biggest downfall of my life. I am emotionally mentally and physically crippled because of this man.
but its like herion they say, and i think about taking one to just stop this hell of a feeling but i have already came through alot of withdrawals just by cutting down and tonight is my first night without one at all, i took one 10 yesterday and for 4 days i have been so so sick, but i have to do this for my baby! and my other family also for myself i am right in the boat with all of you, damn the person who ever made these life sucking pills!!!!
I have gone without a period for over 2 years and after being put onto birth control i started menstruating again. I have also have clear water fluid during my periods. It soaks through my super absorbancy tampons and through my clothes. There is no oder. I also have had trouble getting pregnant (we've been trying for 3 years). I am unsure of the cause of this leakage. I am in good health. I excercise, only eat organically and I am in my 20's.
Another member has recommended that I look into Low Dose Naltrexone LDN which will be part of a very long, indepth interview with this new guy... as well as Vyvanse. A fight I have been on with the local insurance - to get back on for that two years. The only stimulant that seems to work for my chronic fatigue! They have forced me on Amphetamine Salts ER 20mg which is like a sugar pill and has started to give me nightmares! My psychiatrist disagrees. Another idiot! Sorry for the rant.
The pain only got worse and I started to lose interest in everything, which almost cost me my job. To make a very long story short; I realized I was over medicated and found an excellent treatment center in Michigan. I spend 10 days there and I'm doing much better. I learned that if I had stopped cold turkey I could have died. It's be 21 days now and I am still in withdrawal. I take 2 meds to help, but I have a long way to go.
I took the first dose the day of my appointment, and the next day I woke up thankfully without a migrain, but to my suprise without any backpain. I had researched the drug before taking it and didn't see anything about pain, so I went on the internet and finally found some information regarding Topamax being used for neuropathic pain, simularly to Neurontin. Well needless to say I'm thrilled.
this kid could go a full week without pooping. We've done miralax, mineral oil, dietary changes and nothing seems to work. She was up to almost 6 squares of exlax a day at one point. That actually helped keep the stool soft enough so that she could hold as much in the intestines so her muscles (that were stretched due to constipation) would get back to normal. She's been off the exlax almost a year and she still soils and has very similar behavior as your son...
But after I went off the drug and went to a natural regimen, found that my body would not allow me to lose any substantial amount of weight without gaining it back. I carried this weight for 15 years. Two years ago, I was seeking help in the summer as I was having difficulties with my SAD cycle. New research had been released at that time linking the weight problems to SAD. So my doctor put me on Topamax, which is also used as a mood stabilizer, to help release the lock on the weight.
It has also been said that you can't absorb zinc without magnesium. About the H2S...Here's the post that I've been spreading around. It does seem to be the same symptoms we are experiencing. H2s is oxidized in the liver, maybe we are not oxidizing it due to a faulty liver enzyme (similar to TMAU, the FMO3 enzymes specifically - I am currently getting tested) About Hydrogen Sulfide, I found the ultimate information page on it: http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprofiles/tp114.
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