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... tricyclic antidepressants like elavil or amytriptiline. ... (32 replies)
... Nerve pain is rather easily diagnosed via emg and other neurological testing. Opiates don't necessarily help nerve pain but there are many medications to help with it. Neurontin, topomax, Lyrica, elavil, pamelor, cymbalta and several more. ... (16 replies)
... to neurontin I want to share with you what I recently found out. I had a severe reaction to neurontin that landed me in the hospital with 2 shots of epindeprine and breathing problems. The reaction was so bad that they instructed me to get a medic alert bracelet. ... (16 replies)

... Hi Izzy's mom, I take Neurontin for my nerve pain which has been very effective for me. Some people prefer Lyrica over Neurontin but Lyrica never really helped me. ... (16 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)
Nerve Pain
Apr 7, 2008
... IF AT ALL TO NARCOTIC PAIN MEDS". I can't even begin to tell you how much of a struggle it has been with me concerning my nerve pain in my feet. I definitely know what you mean about leaning against the cart because of the severe pain in the feet. ... (4 replies)
... They frequently prescribe elavil for nerve pain, depression and to help chronic pain patients rest at night. Personally, I can't take it due to joint pain and swelling in the hands. ... (8 replies)
... Congratulations on your decision to conceive. Children are such a blessing and bring so much excitement and fun to our lifes. I can't imagine my world without my 2 munchkins. ... (9 replies)
... if you were only taking one, or the effects will be increased by combining multiple drugs that cause CNS depression. For instance, if you were not taking elevil and Xanax, you may be able to take 3600 mgs of neurontin after weeks of titrating without any negative side effect. ... (8 replies)
... weeks and my next step would be to try neurontin, and said he would switch me to that if what i was on didn't work. ... (8 replies)
... Hi BB25, Looks like any chronic pain combination, antidepressant Elevill, antisiezure "neurontin" and benzo "klonopin" which has anti siezure effects but would take a boat load to control a seizure disorder. ... (8 replies)
... i too take elavil.im not sure it really helps with nerve pain as most drs believe but it definately helps you get to sleep. ... (10 replies)
... Hello I to am taking Elival for years but for sleeping only due to nerve pain in my leg and I take a stronger medicine to deal with my pain. I never thought of Elival being for pain management? ... (10 replies)
... Amitriptilyne is the generic name for elavil, it is a tricyclic antidepressant mainly used for nerve pain it has been around for a while and is not used very often anymore for depression. ... (7 replies)
... I currently use elavil which is an old tricylic antidepressant. Now a days it is used mainly for nerve pain and not so such for depression. I started out on 10 mg at bedtime and now take 25 mg at bedtime. ... (7 replies)
... at bedtime which is a tricyclic antidepressant and is commenly used for various pain disorders, but can be sedating that's why it is used at bedtime. ... (6 replies)
... Sorry to hear of your pain issues.. ... (5 replies)
... while the amitriptyline is circulating in your bloodstream, and then again as it is metabolized into nortriptyline and the nortriptyline circulates. As jonnstar said, you may need to be on up to 50mg or more to get adequate relief. ... (2 replies)
... cover at least the generic versions. This might be a good product for you to try as it's long acting and you know that you're safe with it. If you can't sleep because of pain and you've got kids at home, you definitely need more pain relief. ... (7 replies)
... I would also suggest taking your Percocet at least 2 hours before you go to bed. This way it will not keep you awake and waking up throughout the night. I would try this after dropping the Ambien and see how you do. ... (4 replies)




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