CRPS medicines..Naproxen,morphine, amitriptyline,mst continus morphine,Zo morph, Pregabalin,Omeprazole and any adverse reactions when having Yellow fever vaccine and anti malaria tablets..and CRPS
Yellow Fever Vaccine - Anybody know of Yellow Fever vaccinations and reactions to medicines and CRPS
- 22 Jul 2012 by Lyn n Alfie
- fever, malaria, reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome, amitriptyline, morphine, naproxen, omeprazole, pregabalin, yellow fever vaccine, medicine, vaccination
23 Jul 2012
The vaccine is fine to take with your medicines.
You should check with you CRPS specialist how your body will cope with the vaccine and malaria tablets.
23 Jul 2012
Hi Suzanne66... Thankyou for your response to my question. I found your reply very interesting and very Helpful. I have spoken with my CRPS drs who havnt come across this and havnt any answers so it will be down to myself to report anything different.I have an appt in a week to have the vaccine..the rest is down to how or IF my CRPS reacts.Thanks again..Lyn
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