Migraine And Pain Meds

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disgusted Says:

I need to take pain meds for server pain I have been diagnoised with ( peripheral neuropathy) due to a m/c accident. I've had 13 operations. my body from the waist down is filled with rods/pins/and plates, this last operation they gave me percocet and i thought i would die.,, (it was on my bracelet i couldn't take it ) . I need and have been perscribed pain meds like oxy, percocet, percadan, vicodan, etc and the results have caused major migraines,,I also am on meds (topomax 200mg daily and maxalt for the migraines,, Does anyone suffer from the same problem and if so is there or have you found a solution...

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donna s kopenhaver Says:

@disgusted... Migraines are devastating..IMETREX that could be the wrong spelling but It did help my hubby within 30 mins!.. so maybe you could get a few samples to try.. good luck

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disgusted Says:

Thks but i've been on that no help. its just seems to be when i take the pain meds. the migraines are so bad the er knows me ..I have my special cocktail as they call it depending on how server the pain is ativan,toradol,reglan, if really bad they add morphine i just wish there was something i could take for the pain i have for the neuropathy... but i appreciate your suggestion greatly.

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donna s Says:

so sorry that you have to go thru such pain that is unbearable..hopefully someone will read your post and will know something or someone to help you.Good Luck

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Verwon Says:

I tend to have the same problem with most pain medications, but usually found that adding just plain Acetaminophen would often help, though it can take awhile to kick in and get them to ease off.


Have they tried having you use Dilaudid for them?

It is contains the narcotic Hydromorphone and here in the state of Washington, it's the first choice of ERs to treat severe headaches and migraines.


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disgusted Says:

mmm Worth a try i think that is the only thing i haven't tried or mayb have and just haven't checked my list ... but i will keep that in mind.... i will try anything ,,,, woke up with a headache this morning had to take a vicodin last night was in such pain.. was hesitate because i knew what the outcome would be but i just couldn't stand the pain... .. thank you everyone i REALLY DO appreciate all and any suggestions

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Deb Says:

Have they prescribed you methadone for your pain? I would think if you can tolerate morphine that methadone would work or even just morphine ES pills

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