Provigil For Chronic Fatigue

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Chronic fatigue and chronic pain

I have degenerative arthritis throughout my body. Latest MRI, yesterday. I've had four spinal fusion surgeries starting at the bottom of my spine. I'm scheduled for neck injection next week. I'm 69 years old and my only income is Social Security. I stay so very tired/exhausted all the time with no idea what to do. My pain clinic doctor gave me a prescription for Nuvigi, but my insurance denied it, and my doc said they would also deny Provigil. I have taken a short course of each of these several years ago, and they helped. If anyone has any suggestions for anything that does not require a prescription, I would really appreciate hearing about it. No pity party here, just want to live the life I have left. Thank you. ## Hello, Mimi! How are you? I'm very sorry about the pr... ...

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drug to help fatigue ## I have Lupus and rhuematoid arthritis and suffer from chronic fatigue and pain. I am going to my pain management doctor tomorrow morning and I want to see if he will perscribe me something for fatigue,what do you recommend? I take Adderall but that's for my ADHD and I have been on it for 30 year's and it does nothing for fatigue. Should I ask for generic provigil? And can he perscribe this medicine? Thank you so much. ## Hello, Sarah! How are you? It isn't likely that your doctor will prescribe both, most likely it will be one or the other, the Adderall, or Provigil, since they are both in the same medication class. The FDA warns that these medications carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, weight ... ...

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Provigil - modafinil

The dosage for this medicine varies from how much low to what? Thank you so much in advance for your time and assistance. {edited for privacy} ## Pamela, Provigil tablets exist in 100 mg and 200 mg dosages. For more information about this drug you can read the page on Provigil. Hope I was able to answer your question. Abe ## I have chronic fatigue, because I have auto-immune disorder, and many illness so that I have chronic pain. I was seeing a Physchiatrist who prescribed Provigil-my insurance denied it but I was able to get by with coupons, now he has moved, my current pain physician gave me a prescription for it but again ins would not precert, way to expensive for me as I am on disability. My family Dr. gives me Ritilin, but it's no good. I am tired all the time, mind mind can... ...

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Provigil (modafinil)

Is this used for treating a cough from leukemia? ## You can see the page on Provigil for more information about this medicine... ## I personally tried this drug and I feel no doping effect after taking it. On the contrary, I felt energized and more focused. This is in contradiction with the World Anti-Doping Agency which prohibits the use of Modafinil. Actually, FDA approved the use and intake of Modafinil as a drug that enhances wakefulness, mental energy and focus. ## I have recently been given a generic brand of provigil that is football shaped and has 200 MG on one side and APO on the other. The label has APTX2 as the manufacturer. I have been taking modafinil for quite a few years for chronic fatigue and hyposomnia. This brand is not even close to being worth taking. I'm curiou... ...

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Found White Broken Oblong Prov On One Side And 200 Other

I found a broken white oblong pill, the half I have has a PROV on one side and 200 on other ## Based on the description provided, I've identified your pill to be Provigil (200 mg); which is used primarily in the treatment of shift work sleep disorder, depression, narcolepsy, adhd, chronic fatigue syndrome, and many others that you can view in the link below: Please post back if you have any other general questions or concerns about this drug. ## thanks for the reply, I had a hard time finding that one. ...

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