Lyrica 75mg And Oxycodone Morphine 15mg 30mg

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glenn Says:


I can't stop sleeping and being really dizzy I take lyrica 75mg twice a day and Percocet 5mg 4 times a day and morphine 15mg 3 times a day and 30mg twice a day. Am I overdosing?



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teacup Says:

Glenn,
Lyrica is awful! I was on the same meds. I refused to touch Lyrica. I hate the stuff. Do yourself a favor and try to get off all of this stuff, as I have done. It ruined my life for the past seven years. The Lyrica didn't take me long to realize how bad that stuff is. I only took it for several months on a couple of occassions. That is how I realized that it was a huge problem with nodding off.
Best of luck.
God bless you,
Dena

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Glenn! How are you?

These symptoms could be caused by the Morphine, it is well known to cause them in some people that take it. I experienced them myself, when I was on it. Unfortunately, they don't usually go away.

Have you discussed the situation with your doctor?

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glenn Says:

I've discussed it with 3 doctors to no avail, they have a lets wait and see if my pain will go away. They still don't know what's causing the pain. It's been going on since October, the last time this happened in 2005 it took 20 days in the hospital to figure out I had stage 3 lymphoma.

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Rocky Says:
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Probably the lyrica I was taking lyrica perocet 10 and morhine 30 lyrica makes u very sleepy talk to the doctor they switch me to gabapentin don't. Make as sleepy


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