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Avatar f tn The first couple years of taking Lexapro I had no side effects. For the last year +, I have had abdominal pain, gas, heartburn & diarrhea almost daily. I have asked my Dr. 3xs if it could be from the Lexapro, but he keeps telling me no. I have a decent diet ~I eat lots of fruit & salad & drink nothing but water. My Dr. just want to give me more med's for the symptoms (prilosec, etc). I take Pepcid and GasX almost every day.
Avatar n tn I take 20mg Vyvanse 2x daily. I take 10mg Lexapro at bedtime I take Ambien to sleep For the past 7 days I also take Mucinex DM for congestion / sinusitis (max daily dose) which I believe is an NSAID. Is there any danger or risks in taking these drugs for a long term. Are there any additional risks having one or two glasses of red wine in the evening while taking these medications? Thank you.
Avatar f tn I just checked the prescribing information of Lexapro and apparently it is actually not a good idea to take any sort of NSAID at the same time as Lexapro... so, if you're taking ibuprofen it is probably a good idea to not mix the lexapro and ibuprofen and I wouldn't suggest getting a prescription NSAID after all. Usually the prescribing information says something about when side-effects tend to go away... but, I couldn't find it. But...
Avatar m tn GABAPENTIN 800 MG 4X DAY BACLOFEN 30MG 4XDAY HYDROMORPHONE 8MG 3X DAY MORPINE SULFATE ER60MG EVERY 8 HOURS LEXAPRO 20MG 1X DAY PLEASE HELP ME i have tried other pain medications and anti depresion meds with side effects COLD AIR and fans make me crazy with pain and tingling. i have trouble in summer because i cant tell when i am too hot and become over heated and almost black out.
Avatar f tn I got a reaction that isn't even mentioned anywhere from the neurontin, along with a slew of other side effects which made living not worth it. I am in the process of being tested for any NSAID that I might be able to take, but it is quite a process and the Rheumatologist wasn't sounding too hopeful.
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1250137 tn?1268936155 The reason I mentioned this is that this type of headache responds well to indomethacin and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Talk to your doctor about this. Take care and hope to hear from you soon.
Avatar m tn My doctor has had me on a variety of meds for my anxiety including Zoloft, Effexor, Lexapro, Paxil, Abilify, Buspar, and Klonopin. I might be leaving a few out. None of the meds worked for my anxiety, other than klonopin (which I can't take for obvious reasons). Seroquel works even better than the Klonopin did. I take magnesium sulfate, a multi-vitamin, vitamin E, and Zinc almost daily. The only other meds I take are Seroquel 200mg/day and Lamictal 150mg/day (and usually Excedrin).
894177 tn?1241482154 I noticed rather quickly that I was happier. Even when I wasn't high. 3. I'm on Depakote and Xanax and Lexapro. I have been for years. 4. My therapist has no problem with me smoking pot. 5. I am a successful business man who makes over $300,000 a year. 6. I read Eckhart Tolle (I would suggest you do the same :) ) 7. I am in the best mental state of my life. I am happy. Could I have done this without pot? I don't know.
Avatar n tn Antidepressant medications -- Taking ginkgo along with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRIs) antidepressants -- including fluoxetin (Prozac), sertraline (Zoloft), paroxetine (Paxil), and escitalopram (Lexapro) -- may cause serotonin syndrome. This condition is characterized by rigidity, tachycardia (fast heart rate), hyperthermia (high body temperature), restlessness, and diaphoresis (sweating).
523050 tn?1212182306 Once they set me up with a Psychiatrist, I was taking 25 pills in a single day (Seroquel, Klonipin, Lexapro, Mirtazapine and yes Ativan + my regular meds; cholesterol, thyroid, restless leg meds, aspirin, muscle relaxer and pain meds). If I needed more Ativan it would be more than the 25. Yes, for me too, the Ativan seems to do no good any longer, but the thought of running out of them sends me to the moon!
Avatar f tn So, I told him, you told me you have more options for me, he said yes, we can't do, lyrica or gabepentin, or neurontin, because of your thyroid, we can't do celebrex because your allergic and I don't feel comfortable with giving you NSAID because of your hernia and the lining of your stomach.
Avatar m tn I m only on 75mg of lyrica once daily as I m unable to tolerate higher dose due to it side effects. Fyi, all pain killers (NSAID) don't help at all. I will try trazodone as recommended. I will request nerve block and trigger points injection from my neurologist on my next appointment. Thank you very much sara. Appreciate if you have more to share with me.
Avatar n tn On really bad nights (maybe once or twice a month) I'll use a travel sickness pill (gravol) and it works just fine with no hangover. I'm down to no pain meds and .5 of Lexapro so things are working out. Getting through is the thing and for heaven's sake, dont play with heart pain!! I had some of that too and just had a whole patched and anyurism fixed a couple years ago so my doc freaked. It was fine , but get it checked!!! Take good care.......
Avatar n tn I have a history of moderate to severe depression, and have taken medication for it in the past (Lexapro 10mg). I have been off the antidepressants for around 6 months, which also coincides with the sudden rise in nervousness and panic. Thus, I have concluded that I have most probably developed a mild panic disorder and agoraphobia.
1011752 tn?1269245119 on the side of your head for just about five minutes or less.) Indomethacin is a non-steriodal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) in the same class as Ibuprofen and Naprosyn. It is mainly used for gout and arthritis. I can see where it would benefit a migraine sufferer. I really feel for you, because I know first hand how migraines can disrupt your life. Add Bipolar into the mix with migraines, and it can get pretty ugly.
Avatar f tn But I may have made a mistake by going on Lexapro after about a year because I couldn't take it anymore, so maybe I stopped the process of my brain regaining normal production of serotonin and choline. I don't know, since I can't go back and have a do-over. What I will tell you is it's very unlikely you'll have a case as bad as mine -- I'm a bit of an anomaly, which isn't pleasant for me but good for you. We do exist, but we're not the majority.
Avatar n tn I still feel somewhat tired from time to time but did start taking vitamins this time around which has helped a lot!!! I am also on Lexapro (for migraine headaches) which I am also thinking is helping me through this and helping with the serotonin levels in my brain. Be sure to take Vitamin B-12 daily, it helps a lot with the energy as well as a good Multi-Vitamin. I have access to Vitamin B-12 injections which I believe has helped a lot with giving me energy during this time around!!
Avatar f tn Aspirin can induce angioedema (swelling of skin tissues) taken in combination with another NSAID-induced drug. Aspirin causes an increased risk of cerebral microbleeds which are important since they often occur prior to ischemic stroke or intracerebral hemorrhage, Binswanger disease and Alzheimer's disease. Again, every medication has some risks, but what do you gain by taking them? Taking aspirin can help prevent strokes, heart attacks and brain aneurysms from bursting.
Avatar m tn No problems when not driving. I got a NSAID shot on April 3rd, then started taking Oxaprozin 600mg twice a day. I drove home every day last week on the highway including once at night. I' m not driving in the left lane, but I'm not leaning halfway across my car. I guess this version isn't that short, but I'm really excited that this is helping! I hope it helps you too.
Avatar f tn I'm healthy by normal checkups, work out most days but not seriously heavy, only 32, smoke and drink, just started electronic cigarettes two weeks ago, and on Lexapro for anxiety type of behavior from being ADHD.