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... i would think post operative nerve pain would be physical, nerves were disrupted, but in any case, i dont know, but the benzo could make it worse. As my first post started, i dont know what is happening to me, but if you find the benzo you are taking relieves it, i would be suspicious. ... (9 replies)
... apentin is an anticonvulsant, also used off label for many different disorders including a mood stabilizer, an antianxiety medication, and for different types of pain especially nerve pain. I've also heard of a Doctor that uses it for Methamphetamine addiction. ... (1 replies)
... Elavil is not physically addictive in the way Benzo's are, that's what I think is great about it. It has helped my nerve pain also, but you really shouldn't be mixing it with Alcohol, especially the 1st dose; guess you don't need me to tell you that...... If you want to get clean and stay clean then you need to find a new way to live your live; for me that's through the 12... (11 replies)

... advice for Klonopin Withdrawal Headaches? ... (2 replies)
Jul 2, 2005
... hi wendy, so you got rid of the pain medicines despite the chronic neck pain that the surgery didnt take care of ? ... (14 replies)
Jan 31, 2004
... For many of us going through it benzo withdrawal is a hideous, protracted experience. Benzodiazepines damage our biochemical ability to quieten the nervous system and produce feelings of peace and calm. ... (11 replies)
... Okay! Okay! Now it is clearer to me why the magnesium helps. Benzos affect the central nervous ststems and magnesium helps the nerve system! And actually, when I did the search, there were quite a few sites that connected magnesium with cluster headaches. ... (8 replies)
Taper plans??
Jan 29, 2007
... To be a little more specific, I have degenerative disk disease, disk herniations, facet disease, long thoracic nerve damage, reversal of cervical lordosis and occipital neuropathy... Lots of trigger points, muscle spasms and constant headaches. ... (3 replies)
... d last a good 2 hours or so. I KNEW for a long time in my heart that the Xanax was causing the problem... but every time I tried NOT to take it, I would go into withdrawal anxiety very quickly and that is something that I had no clue about. ... (6 replies)

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