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... Quite honestly, there are several reasons...long term effects of the Tylenol in it on the liver ,kidneys and other organs is the biggest one. ... (5 replies)
... Just FYI but Norco is Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen....and Percocet is Oxycodone and Acetaminophen... ... (6 replies)
... insomnia when you first start taking it. I would recommend that you take it in the morning or when you first get up with food. It has a tendency to speed you up and cause weight loss. Just be aware of the side effects that you experience and realize that most of them tend to diminish the longer you take it. ... (11 replies)

... I have been on Lyrica for almost two years now along with Cymbalta and Vicodin. ... (16 replies)
Cymbalta relief
Jun 27, 2010
... The Cymbalta is still working very well for my legs. I'm still taking the Vicodin for my back and hip. I don't feel the "euphoria feeling" I felt before starting on the Cymbalta, but it is giving me relief with the pain and that's all that matters. ... (6 replies)
Cymbalta relief
Jun 7, 2010
... asn't listening to me I decided to go to my regular doctor. He wouldn't treat me before because I'm a workcomp case. This time I told him about my pain in my hip and legs and he decided it was ok to treat me because it wasn't my back. ... (6 replies)
Nov 8, 2009
... I've had pain in my jaw for 26 years, and as such I've taken pain meds for a very long time. ... (11 replies)
... depressant and the dosage. ... (2 replies)
... As most of you know, I have been dealing with this chronic nerve pain for a few years. It is only getting worse and worse. ... (14 replies)
... depressants do such as Cymbalta and Effexor. ... (14 replies)
Cymbalta users
Jul 13, 2009
... I am somewhat in your shoes. I have tried just about every nerve medication out there and nothing touches my nerve pain. I did try Cymbalta last year while also on Lyrica. The Cymbalta made my emotions too much to handle. I didn't realize how cruddy I felt on it until AFTER I came off. ... (14 replies)
... I think you definitely need an increase in your pain meds. Maybe your doctor would let you try the fentanyl patch and it would work better than the MS Contin. However, if she does not give you the appropriate dose then it won't work any better either. ... (8 replies)
... I had the surgery within a month of the herniation. All is cleared out. Nothing is compressing the nerves. I've had many tests and seen many doctors. They all agree my nerves are damanged and probably not going to get any better. ... (4 replies)
My Story
Jan 17, 2009
... Need some advice while I am here, so will try and keep it short and sweet. ... (2 replies)
Why the change?
Oct 5, 2008
... I moved out of state for my job and had to find a new doctor, you said that different doctors have different methods and that is the case here. ... (6 replies)
... there are no majic answers and yes there are going to be many, many doctors that treat you bad because you are a recovering addict. ... (18 replies)
... I was really, really concerned about you making that convention. I know you have the commitment but you are really putting yourself to the limit and paying for it with the pain. I know you probably are already realizing this by now. ... (5 replies)
... though every time I took it, I vomited. I recently have been trying Cymbalta, yet it's done nothing for my foot pain, and I'm slowly weaning myself off it because you can't stop it cold turkey. ... (19 replies)
... And to get back to the original post about exactly which meds could be called in: 1. Lortab, Vicodin, Norco, pretty much any version of hydrocodone 2. Ultram (tramadol) or Ultracet (tramadal APAP) 3. Any anti-inflammatory medication (ie ibuprofen, celebrex, mobic) 4. Steroid medication (ie. prednisone, medrol pack) (18 replies)
... I have some residual left leg pain from two back surgeries this year and chronic tailbone pain. ... (6 replies)

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