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... What are the other names for elavil? ... (9 replies)
... Well the Dr prescribed me Cymbalta which my insurance would not pay for until they try a different cheaper med. ... (6 replies)
... i know it works amazingly well for some..but for me it was exceeeedingly dangerous! ... (20 replies)

... a ton of herbal stuff is available now from various companies and is available for reasonable price online. look for a tumeric, ginger or rosemary base. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Rich, Hope your feeling ok! My neuro just gave me Cymbalta for my small nerve polyneuropathy. I was Dx with the skin punch biopsy, still no cause! Are you still taking Cymbalta? ... (7 replies)
... My friend's water therapy continues. This is the most rewarding regimen regarding pain management so far. ... (6 replies)
... An ER won't do anything more than give you more pain meds. You are better off going to see a pain management doc who can see about doing a nerve block and then possibly some cortisone to settle down the inflammation. ... (2 replies)
... I went off the nortriptylene two weeks ago, as my therapist wants me to go on Cymbalta for depression as well as nerve pain. He said the Cymbalta and Gabapentin together would help the burning I have in my hands and wrists. I didn't want to be on the nortriptylene if I was adding more meds. ... (5 replies)
... ll, I'm so happy to know that I'm not the only one that thinks she's going crazy. I started out with my primary care dr. who did some test and then sent me to a pain management dr. She gave 4 different sets of injections one on each side of my spine, did no good. ... (24 replies)
... I have been supervising my friend's neuropathy for a couple of years now. ... (6 replies)
... I've been taking the Cymbalta for about two weeks now, and I didn't see many side effects. I take 30mg 2x a day. ... (7 replies)
... sure the neuropathy started from nerve damage in my lower back. the pain began in my right foot and then after 2 epidurals for my bulging disc, it spread bodywide within weeks. ... (25 replies)
... I am sorry your husband is suffering from PN. I have small fiber neuropathy and have been using Lyrica for about 2 months. ... (6 replies)
... I have not tried effexor but just did a quick research of it. It looks to be another type of cymbalta type med. Not sure if it would help the type of nerve pain we go through. But could be worth a try. ... (38 replies)
... I'm a little bit confused about your diagnosis, hopefully you can clear things up for me. ... (4 replies)
... I hope what I say can help you in some way. First, and MOST IMPORTANTLY, it's not "how bad" you are, but how well your pain meds work. I never asked my dr. how bad I am. My pain tells me. ... (5 replies)
... I feel like very greasy or fatty fried food can make my pain feel much much worse. Sometimes I feel like even some juice can make it feel worse. ... (48 replies)
... After reading this entire thread, this is what I have. Burning pain that started under my left armpit and radiates along the T5 nerve front to back in a line. ... (48 replies)
... burning, shooting, stabbing, all that fun stuff. I have been diagnosed with diabetes for about 5 years, but probably had it a lot longer. I am in constant pain, as I'm sure you all understand. ... (2 replies)
... as referred to neurosurgeon. Surgeon took one look at MRI and did emergency fusion L3 to S1 with laminectomy and instrumentation. She said that the only reason for the surgery was so I did not end up parallized in my left leg. ... (0 replies)


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