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Jul 20, 2009
... depressants can cause grinding of the teeth and tense muscles. I had this problem when i was taking the Effexor and I would wake up with my jaw muscles very tight and aching. ... (16 replies)
... So...even though it's not the same thing...I can certainly empathize with that type of pain. ... (4 replies)
... I can't tolerate percocet or hydrocodone because of the tylenol. ... (33 replies)

... en trying new meds, the initial side effects deminish as you become used to taking them, untill you become used to them, taking a med like Xanax or something for nausea or putting up with sedation is just par for the course. ... (1 replies)
... I took my last longacting at 3am and the nausea and fatigue are better but since I also suffer from chronic transformed migraine this med is causing havoc with my migraines. ... (15 replies)
... Doc's are very reluctant to prescribe strong pain meds for concussion, as they can mask signs of altered consciousness.Also NSAID"S should NOT be taken as they can cause bleeding in the brain. Just to play it safe I would check with your Doc, or return to the ER. ... (7 replies)
... ome very basic problems with Ultram that are well known by patients, some docs and even the DEA wanted to reclassify Ultram as a scheduled drug. As it stands, it can be purchased over the internet withut a prescription and is perfectly legal. ... (9 replies)
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Apr 25, 2004
... Watson 932 is 10mgs of oxycodone and 325 mgs of Tylenol, Generic for Percocet HP. ... (3 replies)
... ht with pain and can't believe that this dr. doesn't care about my past records, didn't even want to see them and treated me like I was faking it or something. I can assure everyone that if they saw me from day to night everyday they would know I was in serious pain. For gosh sakes I was deemed disabled for chronic pain. ... (0 replies)
... accidents. I can sympathise with you, ie, I feeI your pain. ... (2 replies)
... From day one my next PM doc gave me pain meds. After my nerve block procedure he prescribed me something stronger cause I was actually in more pain after procedure. He told me about the tolerance building but he said he thinks its the right thing to do since I'm so miserable. ... (12 replies)
... I've been on methadone for about a month and had a brief honeymoon. I thought at last, maybe i can reclaim some functionality. ... (3 replies)
... NEVER EVER EVER CUT THE PATCH. This can release a HUGE amount of fentanyl which could cause overdose and even death. Please do not ever do this. I am sure you might remember my story about when I went up the 50mcg patch from 25mcg and got DEATHLY ILL. ... (10 replies)
... backhurtz, I didn't know that cola syrup was still being made (I haven't seen it in stores in years). Because of your post, I found it online and bought some. I'm so glad you posted about it, or I would have never looked for it again. I hope it works for me. I'm sorry that you cannot tolerate tylenol. I'm worried about taking hydrocodone-acetaminophen for years, in case of... (33 replies)
... ics. Basically it's a 2nd or third line drug docs use in PM. Docs always start low and titrate slowly because they can't predict the conversion rate the way they can with other opiates. ... (12 replies)
... iate meds are pretty safe in there straight form as far as long term use is concerned. The obvious effects like drowsiness, histamine release, constipation, etc can be bothersome, but I don't think real dangerous. Like you mentioned its the other meds that are added that can cause long term problems. ... (3 replies)
... weekly adjustments to try and help this. It usually seems to cause the symptoms to flare up even worse for the rest of the day... It's just all so weird... ... (34 replies)
... Meds delivered to the intrathecal space do not circulate systemically and don't cause the brain fog, nausea and other side effects of oral meds. ... (6 replies)
... Hey Iggy, Visterill and Phenergan are both antihistamines but both used for nausea and at higher doses have some anti anxiety properties, Visterill is commonly given with IM demerol as an enhancer. ... (1 replies)
... As long as I can maintain a pain level lower than my baseline while on the pain meds, I don't see any reason to avoid them. ... (17 replies)




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