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I was given Baclofen 10 mg TID, among other meds, for my alcohol detox/withdrawal. They told me it?

Question asked 16 days ago 2 answers

Support groups: baclofen, withdrawal, alcohol, detox, hyperhidrosis

Delila's answer: Actually one of the side effects of Baclofen IS sweating, so this is a bit confusing? I agree with 'determined', it is primarily prescribed for treating muscle cramps, so this is most likely the reason you were given it, to treat stomach cramps ...

What side effects are there with isoniazid when taken with tramadol?

Question asked 1 day 1 hour ago 2 answers

Support groups: pain, isoniazid, tramadol, side effect, tuberculosis - latent

Delila's answer: Hi, i second that, you should be fine taking the combination of these 2

Escitalopram or Amitriptyline?

Question asked 18 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: pain, amitriptyline, escitalopram, sleep, energy, reaction, chronic pain, generalized anxiety disorder

Delila's response: Hi, Amitriptyline is a good medication for treating pain and helping to induce sleep. I used to take it for a back injury and it was very effective. I haven't taken Escitalopram, but take it's 'sister' medication Citalopram. This has been great for ...

Possibly took 200mg of Tramadol this morning vs my usual dosage of 100mg...Wondering if okay?

Question asked 2 days 9 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: tramadol, dosage

Delila's answer: Hi, i'm sure you will be fine. You may feel a bit lethargic, & possibly a bit of nausea/hangover like symptoms, but it shouldn't last too long if at all

Can I take 20mg of citalapram I am 76yrs old?

Question asked 2 days 5 hours ago 4 answers

Support groups: antidepressant, citalopram, anger, anxiety

Delila's answer: Hi, it could be because of the risk of heart complications at higher doses, although 20mg isn't a high dose. My father is 65 & takes 20mg and he has A/F & a heart murmur. I would ask your doctor the reason for he dose alteration...

Vivitrol - Are there two shots? one for opioids and one alcohol or is the same shot?

Question asked 3 days ago 2 answers

Support groups: vivitrol, alcohol, opioid, opiate dependence

Delila's answer: Hi, it is the same shot but used at different strengths depending on which substance you are treating

A question or questions about Doctors?

Question asked 2 days 23 hours ago 3 answers

Support groups: doctor

Delila's response: Hi, i agree. It is difficult because (especially where i live, in the UK) there are such densely populated towns now and even though some practices have several doctors there is still a short fall in doctor/patient equivalency/availability. I often ...

Feeling like I cant breath... is this just anxiety?

Question asked 5 days ago 5 answers

Support groups: anxiety, oxygen, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, sleep

Delila's comment: Wow that's fast! Have you had any tests on your heart? Not wanting to worry you but my mum has A/F and this is what happens with her. Do you suffer with palpitations? It could be the result of anxiety/panic attacks, but that is crazy fast... i would ...

Tremadol 200mg CR?

Question asked 3 days ago 2 answers

Support groups: medication, tramadol

Delila's answer: Hi, i was going to suggest the same thing as Kaismama, i've heard of this happening

Tramadean- not tramadol?

Question asked 2 days 21 hours ago 3 answers

Support groups: tramadol, muscle, muscle relaxer

Delila's answer: Hi, Tramaden is a non prescription muscle & joint relaxer, which contains the following ingredients: Celadrin®, MSM, Hyaluronic Acid, Bromelain, Holy Basil, Tumeric, Ginger, Green Tea Extract, Boswellia Serrata Extract, Resveratrol and Berberine ...

Fluoxetine - Insomnia & muscle twitching?

Question asked 6 days ago 3 answers

Support groups: insomnia, sleep disorders, fluoxetine, sleep, muscle twitching, muscle, sleep disorder

Delila's answer: Hi, one of the side effects that should be reported to your doctor immediately is overactive reflexes:muscle twitching. Insomnia is an unusual side effect, and i'm sure will subside with time, but it is best to make an appointment with your doctor ...

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