Hysingla Er 40mg

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Yolie Says:
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This medication has not really helped me much at all. The first few days I noticed I wasn't hurting as bad in the morning. It doesn't keep pain away my break through pain has had me crying 4 days last week alone. I only have ibuprofen for break through pain and I'm suffering uncontrollably. I've had chronic pain issues for 9 years now . My anxiety is at a all time high since I can't get pain relief. I felt my Dr was pushing me to take this medicine. Then to top it off I'm nauseous and get headaches more frequently. I'm tired all the time and irritable from pain. Another horrible experience is that I have been soo constipated that I've almost passed out and bleed . I'm slowly losing my mind due to extreme pain. My Dr is not the easiest person to talk to since she's soo busy with too many patients! I need a better Dr at this point who can see me asap instead of weeks .



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BL Says:

Hysingla Er does come in higher doses. There are also drugs that might be able to help with the constipation.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Yolie! How are you? I'm sorry that you're in so much pain.

When I was on pain management years ago, the best thing I found to help with the constipation was upping my fiber intake, via supplements. It's generally safe, according to the FDA, unless you're on a restricted diet, for some reason. It also doesn't cause as many side effects as medications would.

As to the doctor, can you please post back with your general location? Someone else that lives in your area might be able to recommend someone for you.

Hyslinga is classified as a narcotic analgesic, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause other side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth.

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Yolie Says:
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I'm living in Lubbock,Tx , I am supposed to be getting a new pain doctor sometime soon.

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