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... I'm my opinion you are overthinking / overcomplicating this. Once option is that capsules can be opened and some of the contents removed, and then the capsule put back together to swallow it. I've only done that with capsules with microbeads in them (Cymbalta, when I needed to taper down by removing some of the beads). I imagine if it is just powder in it, then it would... (4 replies)
... other physician,no matter what kind of med it is. Each doctor is going to determine what he thinks is best for the patient. Your primary doctor is not trained in pain management, which is why you were referred to a pm doctor. ... (13 replies)
... Well...I just wanted to put this out there. A day after I originally replied to your thread I had a very severe and rare allergic reaction to lyrica. I was treated in the emergency room and obviously taken off of it. After this occurred I then looked up the side effects and I am in disbelief of how many there are and how many I had. I was only 9n this med for 2 1/2 weeks and... (4 replies)

... Neurontin is the beginning, there are others, in which I feel work 100 xs better, that they can try if Neurontin isn't helping. Like Lyrica and elavil. Or adding others to the regimen, like Cymbalta. Have you ever looked into a spinal cord stimulator, that's also an option for certain candidates. Good luck and great job getting off the percocet, especially after all those... (4 replies)
... Sounds pretty much like my life. I take Cymbalta, Celebrex, Lyrica, and a muscle relaxer at night along with a single dose of Ultram extended release (300 mg) every day. I do have hydrocodone for break through pain, but I am not taking it at the "same-time-every-day-to-keep-it-working" modality that I do with the non-narcotic meds. Do you take anything non-narcotic drugs to... (4 replies)
... I'm not going to debate your dates. lol But I will say that most good Pain Management Dr.'s expect you to utilize as many modalities of treatment as you can to treat your pain. These are usually the Dr. ... (10 replies)
... Chronic pain. She took me off the pain meds April of this year and my life has been miserable ever since. ... (10 replies)
... I am a chronic pain patient, but I take adjunct medications to help ease the pain as much as possible. I use Celebrex for arthritis pain, Lyrica for nerve pain, and Cymbalta for both depression and chronic pain. ... (3 replies)
... to help. The pain didn't really go away but from a few months it was low enough that it didn't trigger all the other issues when one acted up. ... (23 replies)
Pain med tolerance
Apr 21, 2015
... The cymbalta should help with the nerve pain. ... (14 replies)
Pain med tolerance
Apr 21, 2015
... I have been on pain meds for 15 years. My story started out with Loitabs for back pain. ... (14 replies)
... It sounds like it may be time for a new doctor, to see if they have new treatment ideas. Have you seen a pain management specialist? ... (5 replies)
... Both gabapentin and Lyrica , Cymbalta and other antidepressant medications are found by most people with fibro, to be far more helpful in managing the associated pain on a more consistant and effective basis than using opiates. ... (5 replies)
In pain 24/7
Feb 26, 2015
... I would get a second, and even a third surgical opinion. Also, surgery is not always going to be the answer, and can make the pain even worse. ... (3 replies)
In pain 24/7
Feb 26, 2015
... Can I ask why you aren't taking all your meds as prescribed? Cymbalta only comes in 30 and 60 mg, so did you maybe mean you were taking 120 mg of Cymbalta? That is the amount I take. I have also experienced failed back surgery. Can I also ask if you are still seeing the same doctors who did the original fusions, or have you sought out other opinions? Did you see a spine... (3 replies)
In pain 24/7
Feb 25, 2015
... mg, Cymbalta 20 mg. ... (3 replies)
... the patient will get more relief as the dose is raised. So typically pain relief could be somewhat maintained over time with dose increases as tolerance builds. ... (7 replies)
... You didn't mention what your chronic pain is from. That might help us answer more accurately. ... (7 replies)
... I will start with a little back ground info.I have been living with chronic pain for over 20 years, I have been prescribed many different Opioid s over that time frame. I have never taken more then the prescribed dosage. ... (7 replies)
... depressant component to it along with the pain med component, so you have to detox off that psychological hold as well as the physical. ... (3 replies)


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