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Botox and migraines

I have chronic migraines,7/24/365. This condition is kept to a manageable level by Lyricaand Effexor. However, both of these drugs have been causing serious side effects to, like short term memory problems, shortness of breath, and more. I am very sensitive to drugs in general, and have tried other meds with little success. Botox has been suggested as an alternative . Has anyone had e perience with Botox or any other med which would be better? Thanks! ## The most likely culprit in this case is Lyrica, since it is an anticonvulsant that can also help with other conditions, the FDA does warn that it can cause memory issues, dry mouth, dizziness, mood changes, and weight changes. However, Botox can also cause side effects, such as administration site reactions, swelling, redness, and atrop...

what causes a false positive for alcohol

I recently took a ETG for probation and failed for alcohol and I haven't drank at all. What can cause me to test positive for alcohol? ## What gives me a false positive for alcohol after five hours? I take prednisone, loratadine, botox, oxycontin, oxycodone and neurontin. It was after five hours when I got screened. Thank you in advance! Have a great weekend! ## all those are pain killers i would recommmend botox or vit b ## Does hydrocodone cause etg false positive for alcohol, I am also on Valium and Prednisone, Lexapro, escitalopram, Cymbalta And amiodipine- benazazepril (Lotrel)....answer asap please. Thanks

Treating rectal and urethral tightness along with pain

I am male, 40yrs old, having urinary issues since 2009. I started with frequent urination which then led to irritation, pain and difficulty to pass urine. I have undergone urodynamics (found poor flow, suspected detrusor muscles dysfunction) and was given medications. Becoming worse, I had gone in for a sonography, CT scan which found no issues with my prostate and kidneys. Then a cystoscopy, bladder distention performed, even treated for interstitial cystitis, no improvement. Later an inj. of Botox was administered inside the bladder, but still no improvement. Then rectal dilation was done to relax the sphincter muscle, but nothing helped. Now I have some new issues: I can't defecate easily, I feel the pain in my rectal region for hours and at the same time I have pain in my urethr...

Occipital neuralgia

I've been diagnosed with Occipital Neuralgia around 6 yrs ago. I go to a Neurologist and get trigger point shots and Botox , I see a interventional pain Dr who has done shots in my neck to help with my neck pain. I'm in pain 24/7 not necessarily my neck but my head hurts constantly it only stops completely when the numbing med from the shots kicks in but that goes away in a hour or so, I need to find a pain Dr who will give me pain meds to help ease off the constant headache it's so hard to go day by day on Norco 7 once a day, this constant headache/migraine is taking over my life I've become so withdrawan because I'm hurting so much and the nosiness and loud crowds hurt , please help I'm in North East Ga.

botox side affects in neck and back

My pain management Dr. Has been giving me botox injections in my neck and upper back ,as a result I am in worse pain can't move my neck ,my head wants to lean to the left,can't have anyone touch my upper back,and I have to take more pain meds. Is this a bad reaction? First it was Botox and now same type of injection but different name. I am going to refuse to get anymore. Are these bad side effects? ## Added message:please give me an answer my upper back and neck are causing me a lot of pain. Thank you in advance! ## Hello, Patti! How are you? Yes, it sounds like you may be experiencing some bad side effects. The FDA does list that as being possible, though most people don't experience such issues. Other side effects can include administration site reaction, rash, and numbne...

Can Sopadol Cause Tinnitus

I have used Solpadol soluble for many years and now have a loud machine like buzzing in one ear and deafness, at least I think its one ear? This buzz is continuous also I struggle to hear if a group of people are in the same room talking it can also be painfull.Can SOLPADOL SOLUBLE cause Tinnitus?? If there is no medical evidence doctors just dismiss the possibility when asked. Also I have read that Botox could help Tinnitus anyone else read this? Rgds David ## I get this too for exactly the same reasons. Did you ever get to the bottom of it?

side effects of monocef

I am an neuro patient and also got knee contraction or this knee contraction recently prescribed for BOTOX injection. Due to some infection I advised from doctor for monocef injection my age is 58 years . ## Monocef is an antibiotic and it's common side effects may include nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. At your age, they shouldn't be pronounced or worsened. Is there anything else I can help with?

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Studying this subject. It is a poorly understood disease. The only real specialist in the USA is Dr. Robert Schwartzman. He is in Philadelphia and Dean of Neurology at Drexel University. ## I have no doubt that you are correct and I'm also sure that just like with Fibromyalgia, there are still doctors that do not believe it exists and that this results in some patients being misdiagnosed and their disease being poorly managed. Here's the link to a pretty comprehensive article on it, as well as source references with more information: Are there any other comments or questions? ## I was diagnosed with that complex regional pain syndrom after my accident. The ironic thing is I had heard someone talking about on TV a few years prior to my accident and I was like, just another way to...

Nerve Shield

I suffer with TMJ disorder. I am taking acetyl l-carnitine, probiotics, and nerve shield. None of this seems to be helping me. I don't know what else to do. Please help me!!! ## Hi Tee, I'm so sorry to hear that these supplements haven't been working for you. Did a doctor recommend that you take these supplements? Based on my research, the best supplements for TMJ are ones that will reduce inflammation of the jaw as well as relax the muscles. All of the supplements you've mentioned seem great, but I don't quite understand how they can be effective for TMJ. Have you tried any other treatments like acupuncture or essential oils? The essential oils lavender and chamomile may help you to relax and release the tension in your jaw. Also, copaiba oil has immense anti- infla...

what medication is recommended for tmj

I grind my teeth, day and night. I use a guard at night and suffer from major migraine headaches where I need injection against the pain and vomiting. I have found that Botox can help TMJ and I know that its the principal cause of my migraine... Can you recommend any other treatment apart from Botox injection or muscle relaxer.

Botox Side Effects

Has anyone suffered from side effects after receiving Botox? ## Hi Liz, Although I don't have any personal experience with Botox, I did find information regarding the possible side effects associated with it. Listed below are common side effects that you may have to check with your doctor about if they become bothersome or persistent: "Anxiety; arm or leg pain; back pain; constipation; dizziness; drowsiness; dry mouth; dry or irritated eyes; facial pain; flu-like symptoms; headache; inability to focus the eyes; increased cough; indigestion; mild sore throat; nausea; neck pain; pain, redness, swelling, or tenderness at the injection site; runny nose; sensitivity to light; stiff or weak muscles at or near the injection site; sweating; tiredness." More serious side effects (tha...


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