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Percocet question
Nov 27, 2005
... ed for a little while, now I am getting these horrible headaches. Not migraines. Just really bad. A friend who studied nursing for a while told me some narcotics can cause headaches. Have any of you had this problem? ... (3 replies)
... n the barbiturate family such as fiorocet would work much more effectively on headache type pain then percocet.i took fioricet for a few years for severe tension headaches and again when i was still having some rel nasty post aneurysm coiling headaches. ... (7 replies)
Dilauded
May 14, 2008
... Just curious, because I know some docs will have you take one pain med, then alternate with another for better coverage. I agree with Steve that new meds can sometimes cause headaches in the beginning and may dissipate, with usage. The caffine is a good suggestion too, if you can have it. ... (13 replies)

Hi
Jul 20, 2009
... depressants can cause grinding of the teeth and tense muscles. I had this problem when i was taking the Effexor and I would wake up with my jaw muscles very tight and aching. ... (16 replies)
... he opate in Vicodin sis not codeine, It's a synthetic version called Hydrocodone, Most of the synthetics fall into the same class of meds. I'm don't know if your headaches are from rebound after it wears off or a normal side effect of most opiates which is an increase in inner cranial presure. ... (2 replies)
... nd Ibuprofen on and off for a few months, not really long enough to have gotten addicted to it. Both of those drugs, sometimes the Ibuprofen more than the Percs can cause rebound headaches. Any narcotic pain medicine will cause constipation, take a stool softener when you take your pain meds. ... (11 replies)
... This quack I saw seemed to concentrate on the headaches and mentioned he thought I might have this Analgesic Rebound headaches, where the pain meds cause the headaches after awhile and then you take more pain meds and the headaches get worse, etc. ... (3 replies)
... range vascular configurations that you were simply born with and the way your vessels were arranged while in utero could also be responsible for certain types of headaches to occur,you know what i mean? ... (22 replies)
... You could possible have a herniated disc someplace that is causing the headaches and tingling sensation. I have 5, and I have ALL kinds of problems. ... (26 replies)
... effects from topamax, I am curious especially cause I want to take it for a long time. ... (117 replies)
... hr as needed, which works okay for me, but I'm hoping to be upped on dosage soon. I was on Lortabs as well, but they quit working completely, so I was bumped to Percocet 7. ... (3 replies)
Med Question
Feb 7, 2007
... I want to say that I can emphathize where you are coming from and please don't give up so quickly on getting good suggestions here or maybe even looking for another Dr. ... (18 replies)
... Hi Scared and all, Bob's experience was exactly what I was trying to explain can happen. ... (32 replies)
... to come over tonight, so I can see my new nephew for the first time. ... (4 replies)
... to come over tonight, so I can see my new nephew for the first time. ... (4 replies)
... me people have said that this med has saved their life... And I'm sure someone will be along soon to give you their stories with this med. Let's hope it doesn't cause you to gain weight and it gives you wonderful pain relief! ... (7 replies)
... You know something, you are probably right. I have never been truly convinced that the patch was right for me, but after reading more of your posts I am starting to lean the other way. You keep bringing up the 40 percocets a month. Matter of fact you said in one of your posts that going from 40 percocets a month to the patch is like going from a pistol to a rocket launcher.... (70 replies)
To: HockeyCrystal
Aug 31, 2003
... Yes, I can tell a difference between the two... The migraines and tension headaches are both severe in my case... The tension headaches do not cause light and sound sensitivity, although my migraines do. I also get nauseated and vomit quite often with my migraines. ... (3 replies)
... Chronic and frequent severe migraines that last days at a time sometimes, and severe, chronic tension headaches from when I fell backwards and slammed the back of my head on the gym floor in kindergarten during a game of red rover... ... (9 replies)
... Chronic and frequent severe migraines that last days at a time sometimes, and severe, chronic tension headaches from when I fell backwards and slammed the back of my head on the gym floor in kindergarten during a game of red rover... ... (2 replies)




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