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new to drug stopping amitryptilene
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Hi I am new to this drug starting on 100 mg 3 times a day because I have been getting terrible headaches. I was on ami for 4 months because of nerve pain , and that drug was sorting that pain out lovely. These headaches which are worse when I have been in bed for a few hours it wakes me up are so painful. Has any one experienced this before? I am waiting physio again and am off work for a week. Gp is sure its down to my neck. ## I forgot to say this was following a car accident in August where my car was hit from behind. I live in the UK ## Yes, if they are getting worse and/or waking you up, when you're laying down, it really does sound like something is out of alignment in your neck area. What type of pillow do you use, if any? If it is raising you up too high, or even not enough,... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Neurontin.
Fri, Mar 15 '13, 1:11 PM
Methadone Doctors In South Carolina
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Im looking for a doctor in his own private practice who can provide me methadone monthly in south carolina near myrtle beach, pawleys, georgetown, charleston. I was once on pain meds and wanted to get off and have been buying methadone off the street for 2 years now and want to do it the legal way, I just can't afford it ## The issue here is that Methadone itself is very highly addictive and, with the recent government crackdowns, it has made it very hard for doctors to prescribe it on a take home basis. There are certain amounts that a treatment clinic can give on a take home basis, but they are limited and usually require weekly visits to the clinics and they are only given after you've been under treatment for awhile and have proven you aren't abusing other medications an... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Methadone.
Thu, Dec 15 '11, 2:22 PM
Tylenol 3 compared to Oxycodone & Hydrocodone
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How does T-3 30mg codeine relate mg to mg to hydrocodone and Oxycodone? Working on a weaning program after spine surgery. Prior to surgery I was on high doses of Oxycodone for quite a long time. Pain mgmt Dr is a joke, I feel they are looking at keeping me as a patient, I just want off all pain meds. It would be helpful to know how they correlate to make as smooth as possible ride down to zero mg/day. I am hoping once I get to zero if there is any pain, that my body can adjust with endorphins. ## I forgot to mention, so far I have made a reduction by 70% per day. Now the w/d symptoms are getting rougher. Yes, I know there is a danger from high doses of acetaminophen. Why I was switched to Oxycodone over Hydrocodone a long time ago. Thanks in advance for your help. ## Hello, Luvmydog! Ho... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Tylenol.
Sat, Dec 13 '14, 4:39 AM
i just took an old darvocet pill am i going to die?
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omg...i had no clue darvocet was removed off the market....i had an old script from 4 yrs ago....i teeth extracted 3 days ago and i am extreme pain...i took one of the darvocet.... now im terrified its going to kill me ## no u won't die...the fda removed the drug due to higher rates of heart problems...it is as safe now as it was 4 yrs ago. ## Mickey is correct, it wasn't killing people when they took one pill. What it was doing was causing cardiac damage and issues, however, they were also reversible in most cases, once the drug was discontinued. Learn more Darvocet details here. You should dispose of them though, to make sure you don't take any in the future. And for most dental extractions, a simple NSAID, such as Ibuprofen is enough to relieve the pain and swelling, unle... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Darvocet.
Sun, Jul 22 '12, 9:57 AM
Bystolic making my bp go up and heart rate very low
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I recently had a bad reaction to Lisinoprill, Angioedema Edema. I just started taking 5 mg of Bystolic, I monitor my bp and it went from an average of 142/76, to 170/86, also my pulse rate went from 66 to 45 on average. Only been on this for 3 days now. Thinking of stopping. Anyone have similar reaction? ## Hello, Patrick! How are you doing? I'm sorry about the problems that you're having. You might be experiencing a bit of a rebound effect from going off of the Lisinopril and switching to the Bystolic, it could take a few weeks for things to balance out and for you to see if it's going to work for you. Typical side effects to this medication may include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain and dry cough. Have you consulted your doctor? They may want to prescribe a high... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Bystolic.
Mon, Nov 24 '14, 3:22 PM
doctors who prescribe methadone in sf or penninsula
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Ive been taking methadone for 5 years finding it off the street because the clinics are very inconvienent. X addict been clean 5 years due to the methadone. also i have a serious ankle injury that causes severe pain ## Hello, Droop! How are you? There is no listing of what doctor prescribes any specific medication. And due to the new regulations that went into effect this year, if you require this type of medication for long-term treatment of chronic pain, you'll need to see a pain management specialist. Learn more Methadone details here. That said, most aren't going to want to prescribe Methadone, due to it having its own very highly addictive nature. That's why addiction treatment has been focusing on Suboxone, now. It actually enables most people to end up completely drug... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Methadone.
Tue, Sep 24 '13, 4:15 PM
Sleep stopping leg muscle spasms as i stop suboxone use
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I Was Placed On Suboxone Twice A Day 8mg 2mg After 4 Hospital Opiate Detox In February2014 Am Now Down To 1 Of 5mg Strip. I have had five horrible nights of tossing, turning, hot bath. I don't want to increase the Sub as every decrease has been an improvement. I took a Flexeril, then took an herbal (Valerian root/Formula 303), with no change. Any suggestions to help me sleep tonight? I'm a zombie!! ## Hello, Sula! How are you? This will most likely start to improve on its own after a few more days. Your body is just trying to adjust to the dosage change and it takes a little time for it to rebalance things. I understand that it's annoying, I am well aware of how bad it can be, since I went cold turkey off high doses of narcotics after being in pain management. Since you'... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Aug 31 '14, 10:41 AM
Information regarding side effects AFTER morphine stopped.
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Hello anyone. I was on Morphine for maybe 5 months after two years of a chronic pain condition. The analgesic effects were very short lived and the negative effects high. I was very physically (not so much psychologically) dependant and came off as soon as I could. I think my dose was 15/20 ml every 4 hours of liquid (Oramorph) but to be honest, I really don't remember. I have been off completely for a month and a half. I am 40. I went on the drug fully informed and mentally prepared but was severely shocked by the travail of coming off. I have no desire to return to it and would rather take the pain than loss of self. Which is really saying something. Now - my mind is so woolly. I can't seem to think or hold anything in my head. My memory is ridiculously poor. I do and say illo... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, Nov 28 '12, 8:34 PM
IMPORTANT. Regarding severe reaction to drugs, side effects, etc...
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After only a week of being prescribed Cymbalta, (Duyloxetine Hydrochloride) 20 mg. cap once a day, for depression and back pain by two doctors working together, I fell victim to several of the side effects of the drug. Although I did not know that they were side effects at the time (most notably weakness, loss of coordination and balance). I consulted with the prescribing doctor, I was told that I had not been on the drug long enough, or at a high enough strength dosage to develop any of the side effects. After another week of Cymbalta I was falling down, could not walk straight, fell off my bike three times (once seriously) and could barely lift my arms over my head. I visited Rite-Aid and the public library and retrieved "print outs" concerning this drug. To my surprise, I had... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Cymbalta.
Tue, May 20 '14, 12:35 PM
I Found Neurontin and Buspirone in son's room, what do they do to him?
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i found neurontin 300mg and buspirone 10mg, why is he taking these? they were prescribed to someone, but the label with name has been torn off. My sons not prescribed these at all. Wondering what they are doing to him? ## Hi neurontin i am told people take with opiates to intensify their high. Buporine is suboxone which is to help with withdrawal and suppose to help cravings for opiates. Not a good combination of medicine to mix im not a Dr but have family that are addicts . Best of luck ## Hello, Carol Ann! How are you? I'm happy to clear this up for you and provide information on these medications. Neurontin contains the active ingredient Gabapentin, which is an anticonvulsant that's also used to treat certain types of nerve pain and mood disorders, but it is not a narcotic an... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Neurontin.
Tue, Mar 18 '14, 10:54 AM
Help find a Doctor in Chicago Suburbs Prescribes Vicodin and refills
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My primary Dr only allows 1 pill 5mg - twice per day for a year. I need doulble that to control back pain. ## I need Pain killers for a lower back slipped disc and current doctor only offers one 5 mg pill twice daily that does nothing. I am in Western Sububrbs of Chicago (Naperville/Whaton) and looking for a NEW DOCTOR that will offer higher doses or alternate prescription medication ## Have either one of you considered seeing a pain management specialist? The issue here is that you've both been seeing primary care doctors, who aren't specially trained in the handling of such issues and thus, they may not feel comfortable doing so. ## I need to find a dr in Chicago who will prescribe pain meds. Would anyone have any answers ## Has anyone found a good pain clinic in the Chicago s... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Vicodin.
Wed, Nov 28 '12, 8:37 PM
Was badly addicted to hydrocodone/oxycodone/percocet for 7 years. Am now free thanks to buprenorphine(Suboxone).
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Not real sure why exactly it is that I feel it necessary to post here in this forum. Maybe I'm hoping that someone looking for help will read this and make the same decision myself and my husband did. 7 years ago I was introduced to the joys and wonderous feelings of pain pills. Always working in the restuarant industry as a server/ bartender, the high I got from taking tabs or percs or whatever I could get my hands on led me to believe that I was a better server, better at my job, made more money, could talk to people more openly and be a happier person all around. At first, like the beginning 3 years I would take 1 to 3 lortab 10 mg in one day and be hopping around all over the place till the wee hours of the morning, talking everyone's head off and energized to the max. As th... ...
Updated 23 days ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Jan 06 '15, 5:51 PM
what exactly does suboxone do? is it addicitive?
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i have a friend who desperately wants to get off of methadone and pain pills. will suboxone work? is it addicitive too? if someone can please help me that would be great! also is it very expensive, that's what i've heard. ## Well, first off, yes, it can be addictive as well, however, it has distince advantages over narcotic meds, Benzos, and even Methadone. Suboxone works on many of the same receptors, since it is a narcotic agent, however, it does not give the same high effect and euphoria that most addicts enjoyed, which is what made them get addicted in the first place. It also contains an opiate neutralizer, so it neutralizes anything in your system from the other drugs you were using, and of course prevents someone from continuing to use while they are on it. Most people wh... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Oct 13 '14, 2:09 PM
g32 500
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off white pill oval i found theses pills in my childs room and i need to knoe what they are thank you ## its naproxen...just a painkiller...it can be abused like any other medicine but as far as getting high or drowsy it doesnt affect the brain at all...i got some for my back aches and a female friend of mines had it prescribed for her menstrual cramps i believe ## This is a prescription strength of Naproxen though, 500mgs. So if they do not have a valid prescription for it, then having it is illegal. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Naproxen.
Thu, Mar 13 '08, 1:18 PM
ingredients in dinintel
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How long does Dinintel diet pills stays in the human's body? ## Help can someone tell me how long dinitel remains in your body? I have only taken them for 2mths but it elevated my B.P. so I came of now I am having chest pains. I have been off the pills for at least 3mths plus. ## What are you taking to help threat your hypertension? Depending on how high it was, just stopping the Dinintel may not be enough and after 3 months, it is definitely no longer in your body to have an effect. What are you current BP readings? Please go have this checked out by a doctor, as soon as possible. Chest pain could be the sign of a dangerous medical condition. ...
Updated 6 months ago in Dinintel.
Mon, Jun 30 '14, 10:50 AM
Talwin, Talwin Px & Talwin/compound
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Anyone use this for chronic pain? How is it compared to meperidine (demerol)? I used to use an electric wheelchair. Nerves pinching off in neck etc. hands drew up.. Through faith & devotion to God (daily) & finding good Doctors (myopractors, accupuncturists, some kinesiologists& chiros) using Zanaflex for spasms & demerol (mild dosage) for pain I am making tremendous strides & there is no crazy high feeling. I can function & get about now fairly well w/ only a cane & daily devotion to the Lord & simple isometrics. Good Luck & God Bless your healing ## Was able to dig up some information from the manufacturer's label for Talwin Nx (Pentazocine + Naloxone). Talwin is a potent analgesic and 30 mg is usually as effective an analgesic as morphine 10 mg... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Talwin.
Fri, Jul 24 '09, 9:02 PM
Buy Suboxone
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im am trying to get off painkillers no doctor will help i have 4 kids i need to worry about is there any place to buy suboxone leagly ## Unfortunately the only legal way to get Suboxone is through a prescription from your doctor. If you're trying to wean off I would highly recommend visiting a pain management doctor or specialist as opposed to a regular MD, since they are generally less reluctant to prescribe the types of medications. For more information on doctors in your area that are known for prescribing Suboxone and other related medications, I'd recommend checking out the the link below: buprenorphine-doctors.com/find-a-doctor.cfm I hope this helps! ## hi, i am assuming you are a woman, a mom of 4 children, looking to get off of opiates...i agree with david...i myself hav... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Apr 23 '13, 10:30 PM
cycloset
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I was on Victoza and was losing weight and my sugar count was way down then started having stomach pain very high and back aches so my dr took me off of it and put me on cycloset..i feel better but im starting to eat like i was and gaining some weight back is this normal..i need to lose wt badly. Ive been on it for one week. thanks ## Cycloset contains the active ingredient Bromocriptine and it has not been shown to cause significant weight gain. How have your blood sugar levels been? This could be just a reaction to their fluctuating from switching medications. If they are higher, because of a rebound effect, while your body gets used to the new medication, then that could be causing more hunger, so you eat more and will gain some weight. However, this should correct itself, as your bo... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Cycloset.
Sun, May 29 '11, 12:32 PM
methadone reviews needed
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I have many injuries too many too mention. Is methadone a good option for chronic pain management? ## Hello, Ray! How are you? No, actually Methadone is not a good option and is usually reserved to be used as a last resort, when someone has exhausted all their other pain management options. The reason for this is because Methadone is very highly addictive and most people never get off of it, even those that use it for addiction treatment, rather than pain. Most people end up taking it for life, since it also causes very severe withdrawal effects. Learn more Methadone details here. There are other options available that are much safer to use. Has your doctor made any suggestions? ## well ray i see you said many injuries which would indicate to me you were probably in a major accident lik... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Methadone.
Fri, Dec 13 '13, 5:16 AM
qualitest hydrocodone
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I take Qualitest 10/500 pink hydrocodone. My pharmacy has told me that Qualitest will no longer be making this. I have tried other 10/500 pills to no avail. Qualitest is the only manufacturer that works on my pain . Does Qualitest offer another size ? ## Hello, Ted! How are you doing? Actually, after the first of the year (2014), none of the manufacturers will be making this dosage, anymore. Due to the risks of liver damage or failure that can occur with long-term use of high amounts of Acetaminophen, as well as the overdose fatalities that have occurred with these medications, the FDA has requested that all combination prescription products be lowered to contain no more than 325mgs of Acetaminophen, per dose. Learn more Vicodin details here. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Nov 22 '13, 6:00 AM


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