Neurontin side effects in dogs

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1623704 tn?1300456345 I just started Lyrica yesterday. I was so scared to start because of all the side effects. Well, was wondering, if anyone else is taking it, and if so, do the side effect go away after awhile? I felt REALLY drunk all day. Glad I didn't have to do much! Should I take at bed time instead of morning?
Avatar n tn I was fortunate enough to be treated with pegylated interferon and ribaviran combination therapy for 48 weeks in 2006/07. I had many side effects during treatment, but I have cleared the virus. The comments from all of you are mirroring my life. I have joint pain in my fingers, wrists, elbows, ankles, knees, hips. I have muscle aches and fatigue from any activity. I have depression. I have lower back pain. I don't sleep well.
Avatar n tn I had low back pain on the left side for a few days that went through to the left side in my side. Then it went into my left hip. The pain was so bad that I could not hardly walk.My primary health care doctor gave me a steroid shot and a pain shot. This helped for a few days. Now the pain is still in my left side and in my left hip, only in my back if I over do it.Can anyone give me advice.
690549 tn?1288886321 Because I was doing Ok when the first disease modifying medicines came out, and because the majority of damage would likely already have been done, as well as the unpleasant side effects that were known, together with my neuro I decided to not be placed on one. Over the years I saw that my benign status was changing, but my neuro did not. She didn't see my increasing leg weakness and difficulty walking because I was OK when I saw her.
Avatar n tn I was put on several anti depressants for a period of one year with severe side effects. I am now hyper sensitive to medications.
Avatar n tn I have had the warm sensation in the back/side of my upper right thigh for about 5 days now. It lasts for about 3/4 sec's then goes away. The first day it happened twice and now it happens frequently throughout the day (8-12 times). I do have health insurance and plan to make an appointment tomorrow. I will let you know the outcome of my visit.
Avatar m tn They are very random and can occur when she's sitting, walking, running or laying in bed. They also can occur once in a day or week, or several times in the same day. She has had ultrasounds, xrays, mri's, vein tests, nerve tests, etc., and no doctor yet has diagnosed her problem. It scares the heck out of me sometimes because it comes on so quick that there is a violent jerk reaction followed by cries of pain and agony.
936133 tn?1244832491 For instance, red wine will precipitate migraines in many people, and chocolate, nuts, hot dogs and Chinese food triggers headaches in certain cases. I generally don’t advise omitting all of these foods, unless you notice a pattern where these foods are causing headaches. 8. If I give you a prophylactic medication for headaches, you should take it daily, as prescribed. If you have trouble tolerating it, please let me know and we can consider using something else.
Avatar f tn I am so sick of the false sense of well being and the apathy vicodin addiction has caused in my life. Seems there is a LOT of side effects for many users of gabapentin so aftraid of doubling the misery. Some people have offered me ultram but I have heard horror stories of getting off that if I were to start using it instead of vicodin. I hope I can get clean and stay off the pain relievers...I do not even want to see the doctor at least not yet.I know he uses suboxene (sp?
Avatar m tn At first it came from a bad back, I had neuropathy just a little in one foot and up into my lower leg, to where I couldn't feel those pins they stick in me. It was in the sole of my foot on the side, had the same swelling as you, stingy, and redness, pain. Well, then I had chemotherapy, and that can induce neuropathy in the hands and feet, and after a year it subsided in my hands mostly, but my feet are still a pretty big problem, which now they will be that way for good.
974371 tn?1424656729 However, Paroxetine has some nasty side effects..... And I've not heard of Neurontin being used for IBS either.....I agree the dietary changes are a better bet to manage symptoms.....
Avatar f tn The Topamax has done nothing for the pain and the side effects have only made the situation worse (I feel really groggy, insomnia, foggy, etc). Can you tell me more about the trigger point injections and where you get the treatments? I also have severe pain in my neck and upper back which started to get really bad about five months ago. I have also had to go on a short-term disability leave from work because the pain was affecting my attendance. I reside in Toronto, Canada.
544292 tn?1268886268 Not my fault that I had to snicker at the last line there because every time I talked to my Doctors (plural) about medications and side effects they told me that Tramadol was NOT the problem. Then there was usually another drug put on top of that Tramadol. And they told me to take more. I always thought it was the other drug, not the Tramadol. Yeah. I was wrong. It makes me very angry that these Doctors know and aren't telling people. I don't believe that they are ignorant.
1588890 tn?1297077516 I have taken Neurontin and Keppra and with both, the side effects were so bad, I had to discontinue use. PLEASE HELP. Is there ANYTHING I can do to stop this. When they "fall asleep" tingling, pins and needles and numbness, at least I know what to do, I need help for when I do not have these warning signs. I live alone and it really gets rough sometimes.
335728 tn?1331418012 I'm getting the same rigamaroll?? here in Vancouver BC... my older Daughter lives in Edmonton and love fishing too in the river. I have been only seeing my own GP for the last 6 months...I don't want to see any specialist unless I have too..they are just so frustrating. the way they treat you is so terrible. I do have to have a sleep study next Thurs..and say the specialist a couple of days ago..he was just too busy to answer my questions...boy oh boy. So, here we go again.
544292 tn?1268886268 Hi Everyone and Welcome, Come on in and make yourself cozy. You can do this!
Avatar m tn I did have a terribly bad extreme reaction and terrible side effects. It's also an opioid and in my personal opinion, I'm not sure enough is known about how it works to know whether it's going to be a problem coming off later, if you want or need to. Methadone settles in fat and bone, which is one of the reasons it's so hard to come off. Fentanyl is also harder to come off than other opioids (though let's face it ... none of it is pleasant.
918275 tn?1254072352 and I've been told that it takes two to three weeks to finally kick in, but I have yet to notice any difference in my appetite/cravings/etc., or the need for salt, which is another side effect. I have heard not so nice things about Lithium, so I was very hesitant to try it, but it was my last option, seeing as I have tried every other kind of medication there is for BP. But you know what? It actually seems to be helping me...
Avatar dr m tn A small percentage of men develop severe pain and find it affects their quality of life or causes pain during sex or diminishes the sensation of orgasm or pleasure from sex. Between 1 in 30 and 1 in 60 men regret having the vasectomy due to chronic genital pain. If you end up in this latter group, your treatment options will include warm soaks, Motrin, and time. If it does not resolve, you may need a vasectomy reversal and it may not be covered by insurance and could cost $4000 to $12,000.
Avatar f tn We just got Elizabeth's MRI that was done in 2002 with a 1.5 what ever that means. Back then there was scattered foci of abnormal signal in subcortical white matter bilaterally. She really does not remember the doctor visit just that she was told there was nothing wrong with her brain. She was taken to the ER with numbness on right side and weakness throughout here body. Also memory loss and visual disturbance with numbness on the left side of her face.
10996785 tn?1432816577 I'm sure you're getting discouraged with the way you're feeling and I think you need to start with a scan and then look at all those meds for side effects. Are you tapering off the Neurontin and trazodone? Are you getting enough sleep? I'm sorry you're not doing well.
544292 tn?1268886268 I'm not planning on turning over my life or health to ANY doctor again. Not after this last 5 years of horrible side effects. Honestly, it was as if they just didn't care. I was treated with such cavalier ignorance that it makes me feel a little bit sick for people who can't stand up for themselves and who can't get off Tramadol. I'm a smart woman, but I detoxed off EVERYTHING else, before even considering that Tramadol might be my problem. It never ever occurred to me. EVER.
544292 tn?1268886268 Hi Tramadol Warriors, Welcome to Part 13! We're so happy to see you! Come on in and get comfy.
Avatar m tn First it was percocet and oxycontin both of which I couldn't handle the side effects. Then it seems like they just started piling on hydrocodone. They first started me on 4 x 5/500 / day. As I would continue to feel pain, and tell them about it, they would continue to add. The latest prescription is at 6 x 10/325 / day. I try to stay on schedule with the pills and some days I do and some days I don't.
768044 tn?1294227036 One worked the best for over two years, I believe. Can anyone tell me a decent preventative without tons of side effects that I haven't tried (or tried its cousin)? Let me try to copy that list of migraine meds, etc..
Avatar n tn On the other hand my Mother takes about 1500mg a day for severe arthritis and has no side effects at all. Everyone has different reactions. Be careful, it can help but side effects can be devastating to life. Since that didn't work, I was introduced to Mr. Zydone (7.5 hydro) and here I am today! Pick your poison I guess.
445362 tn?1206969318 About two years ago, I started having horrible cramping in my legs (which I had on and off in the past), I also had spasms in my arms and tremoring. Most of the tremoring is limited to my left hand. I have suffered from fasciculations in upper and lower limbs including muscle weakness. It all pretty much got really bad all at once. I also started having double vision at this time. I was just diagnosed with mild strabismus in my right eye. I deal with eye twiching, headaches, and feel so weak.
Avatar f tn It may be on my face, top of my thigh, waist, calf; seems it strikes one side of my body at one time in different spots. It affected my calf this week, and I could barely walk on that leg. I have had neuro check ups with no results or findings that support any disease in particular. I've suffered from this for about 10 years and it's getting worse. I am very frustrated because I don't know what to do to help myself at this point.