Gabapentin and paxil

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Avatar m tn i used to be prescribed this medication (gabapentin) for GHB withdrawals and as a mood stabilizer and I did abuse it. most of the time at dosages of 8 to 12 800mg tablets at a time and I just wanted to caution anyone who might take alot of it that it did make me have seizures from time to time at dosages as low as 8 400mg capsules. just a cautionary note.
Avatar m tn I had a very odd reaction to stopping Paxil over three and a half years ago, and I've never gotten over what happened. Basically, I was being treated for panic attacks, and ended up with constant anxiety, stifling depression, huge anticipatory anxiety, and worse phobia problems.
Avatar f tn to stop trying, and go back to what worked. I am so happy, but the reason I am posting is that I took the gabapentin today, I was in so much pain, and only little oxycodones for breakthrough pain.Today I took my first and second dose, like he wanted, and right this minute, I don't know if it will continue, my sciatic nerve pain has lessened by at least 50%! It is like a miracle. I have had that unending nerve pain since 1995! Since I had my first back surgery!
2082202 tn?1396816902 Hi, I have just seen a prominent (in my area anyway) psychiatrist and he has prescribed me Abilify and Gabapentin to add to my 'pill cocktail' of Paxil, Clonazepam and Seroquel. Well he suggested that I wean myself very slowly off of the Seroquel and probably increase the Gabapentin. Do you think this would work--relying only on the Gabapentin and clonazepam to sleep?
968908 tn?1274874715 that is definitely odd, and something that warrants a call to your doc to discuss both the symptoms, and the Paxil. Certainly sounds as though you don't tolerate the Paxil very well at all. Now, to label it an actual "allergy" is a little more complicated. Either way, the verbiage isn't as important as staying away from the medication.
Avatar f tn Some drugs which have been successfully used to treat this condition include antidepressants such as paroxetine(Paxil), venlafaxine( Effexor), and gabapentin (Neurontin) This answer is not intended and does not substitute for medical advice- the information is for patient education only. Follow-up with a urologist is essential.
299889 tn?1257342977 Hi, I have heard of gabapentin and want to ask my pdoc about it. It seems like we are on a vicious circle with lamictal and serquel as well as celexa ( 60 mg.) He wants to titrate me off of celexa but not sure. He also wants to refer me to another specialist, for an eval. I am afraid as this is a well known pdoc who specializes in ect. Neither myself nor my husband want me to take that route. Plus, I hear people talking about drugs my pdoc has never tried, like other mood stabilizers.
Avatar n tn Drugs like Buspar and Paxil are good for anxiety and stress and neither are habit forming. Buspar takes a while to work...and may cause a little lightheadednessm, but the side effects are minimal. Plus, Buspar will not zonk you out.
2042217 tn?1336531452 Singulair mostly in spring for asthma. Gabapentin for the FIBRO pain. Excedrin and prescrip Ibuprofen for cramps and migraines.
Avatar f tn in fact I decreased it by half when I was on Paxil to reduce sedation, and nothing happened. When the Paxil creamed me when I went off it, I upped the klonopin back to the original 1mg twice a day, and no psychiatrist has wanted me to come off it. I'm not sure it's ever done all that much, and after the permanent reaction to Paxil withdrawal they sure haven't wanted to take me off that, too; in fact one suggested I go up on the dosage, but I didn't.
1451338 tn?1413478623 are so skeptical about giving u those meds. I take gabapentin, savella,paxil, warfarin (had blood clot in my leg) 2 yrs. ago, lung cancer last year, had wedge section removed, not over that yet. As I am posting this I feel like I have polio. Sounds silly to say that but my legs hurt so bad I can hardly walk. I am an old country girl, worked hard all my life, and still do when I can, and sometimes I just push myself to the limit.
Avatar f tn I have doctors who now believe me, but have had him on effexor and gabapentin for over a year. I just can't believe that there are other children like my son. How is your son doing?
Avatar n tn at bed time for 10 years and it wasn't doing anything for me and so I began to taper off gabapentin and experienced a god awful withdrawal, my Doctor had no advise as to how to properly taper and so I did on line research and found your post and a couple of other posts suggesting that I might have a magnesium defieciency and decided to check out some of the magnesium supplements available one of them was (ionic-fizz Magnesium plus) I was stuck at 1200 mg.
Avatar n tn Hi I have Lupus, Fibromyalgia, Sjogren's, Hypothyroid, Raynaud's, Migrains, all of which have caused me to gain extreme amounts of weight from being confined to a bed for several years and being put on medications such as steroids and Paxil to treat the pain. I am a 35 year old woman who is 5' 8" who was always very thin until I got sick and then went from 145 lbs to 313 lbs in one year!
600041 tn?1356163729 Yesterday (Tuesday) my Psychiatrist basically informed me that the medicines I'm currently on, Klonopin and Gabapentin, are essentially doing 'all they can do' for me. I've been suffering from some rather severe depression lately, with anxiety continuing to be the beast that never sleeps. I've basically tried every type of anti-depressant in the book with very adverse effects, but the very first one I ever tried was Lexapro and I couldn't remember how my body reacted to the medication.
Avatar n tn Hi, I havae taken a combo of effexor and paxil and gabapentin together for several years without any problems. Once they pooped out I switched to prozac and it is working good for now.
Avatar n tn The only 3 SSRIs I haven't tried are Celexa, Paxil and Luvox (which my pdoc told me is mainly used for OCD). He won't put me on Paxil because of the weight gain side effect (I used to struggle with an eating disorder as a teenager.) We're unsure if Celexa would work because it's *closely* related to Lexapro, but not the same. SNRIs are totally out of the question now. I haven't tried BuSpar but I don't even know if that'll work without the classic "anti-depressant.
503727 tn?1210442710 As soon as I get into a place I get so dizzy and my vision is all messed up. I get so hot and sweaty and my heart races. I want my life back. I still dont believe that its just anxiety causing all of this. I feel like I have something else wrong that the doctors cant find even though i have had bloodwork, mri, ekg, and they were all normal. I started taking .25mg of xanax once a day. still dont feel any better yet. So if anybody has any help please give it to me.
183202 tn?1219857259 Hello, I read most of what you wrote, and the replies. I am suffering from Paxil, Neurontin, and Seraqual. I stopped taking those meds in Sept of 2005. I had been taking them for 4 almost 5 years. I kept gaining weight, They kept blaming my thyriod it wasn't that. It was the meds of course. I kep suffering from cronic muscle fatigue. I weighed in at 400 lbs by the time I got off the meds and could barely walk. Today I am at 211.
Avatar f tn Some studies show Effexor to be superior to Zoloft, Paxil, Prozac, Lexapro and Celexa and similar in efficacy to Elavil and Imipramine (older TCA drugs with more serious side effects). You could try maybe a combo of Effexor and Rexulti. The Rexulti acts as both an alpha and beta blocker as well as a seratonin dopamine modulator. The alpha and beta blockage keeps my heart rate in the 80's instead of 110-115 that it was.
Avatar n tn I am already on Paxil and Klonopin. Do I really need the neurontin as well? ====================================================================== Thanks for your question. There have been some reports on the usage of gabapentin (Neurontin) in the management of fasciculations, but the results are not conclusive.
Avatar f tn Aropax can be better for anxiety than prozac. I think it is called paxil in the US. It should help and the tingling should go away if it is anxiety related. I've had a "buzzing" feeling in odd places and tingling, with anxiety Good luck.
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189269 tn?1189759425 I never noticed itching increase when she added Gab, but was kind of 'out of it' and bipolar like at the time. I asked about the itching and the doc said it was from the treatment (Pegasys/Ribavirin) drying out my skin so much. Got some relief by using lotion (Aveno baby - no added colors or perfumes). I had the itching (especially crotch area) all through treatment, regardless of viral load... Hope this helps...
Avatar n tn For the past 5-6 weeks, I've been having numbness/tingling in my arms, hands and legs and feet. I've also had tingling in the face area.........mouth and tongue. My eyes sometimes feel itchy as sometimes my skin. I've had headaches and felt light-headed. Sometimes my face gets flushed and so do my arms, like I'm burning under my skin. My finger joints feel sore. I can't hold a book or magazine and turn the pages, my hands and fingers feel sore.
Avatar m tn I take 450 wellbutrin, 40 paxil, 5 abilify, 2 blood pressures, 1800 gabapentin and 30 hydrocodone.
Avatar n tn This pain would intensify which would cause me to wince in pain and then release and then repeat all over again every 5-10 seconds for about a minute. This pain did not radiate anywhere but only within a specific point. Then this same stabbing sensation occurred half way up to the first knuckle of my right middle finger about 30 minutes later. Then immediately following this finger pain I felt pain in my right foot at the joint of my middle toe.
Avatar f tn He says a that the standard of care is the use of seratonergic medication such as Paxil and/or Lexapro and/or many others like this....but you should speak to your own dr...(so tjalsma and tabithashea are correct)....