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Lyrica and Weight Gain? Yes or No?

Posted 27 Jan 2010 by snowgoer68 36 answers

I would like to find out how many here on lyrica are gaining weight. I have seen multiple sites on the internet with people gaining tons of weight, some saying they were even eating less, exercising more. Although it helped the pain some could not take the weight. I am an above knee amputee and ...

Which drug is stronger? Oxycontin or Dilaudid?

Posted 7 Nov 2011 by chabellb 6 answers

I was diagnosed with RSD/CRPS1 (Reflex Dystrophy Syndrome)/Complex Regional Pain Syndrome back on January 30, 2004. I have been on oxy's since 2005. My neuorologist (who happens to be the absolute best doctor in the USA, of course this is solely my opinion.) I see him once a month to obtain my ...

What medications will cause heart flutters and irregular heart beat?

Posted 19 Apr 2014 by Slow train 5 answers

Have CRPS and have taken many meds over eth years - since on tramadol I ahve had heart flutters that now lead to racing heart, missing beats and it goes on for hours. I have no energy, feel faint and am totally exhausted doing nothing. Dr's say its a benign PVC - I did NOT have this before the ...

What is the differnce between OC 15 MG and OP 15 MG?

Posted 14 May 2012 by BoppDee04 7 answers

I was looking on DRUGS.COM and they showed Oxycontin in pill form. On one side of the pill has OC & OP. What is the diference? Please try and explain in detail. Thank you. Christine A. Bopp CRPS Since January 30, 2004

Do trazodone side effects wear off with time?

Posted 21 Jun 2017 by MAT54 5 answers

Taking very low dose less than 25 mg. Initially too groggy next day so stopped. Decided to give another try due to insomnia. Also depression. Started with even lower dose, titrating up slowly. Less grogginess but after a few days less effective for sleep so kept increasing very gradually. After 10 ...

Why have most doctors stopped prescribing carisoprodol for severe muscle spasms?

Posted 7 Sep 2011 by curios george 9 answers

Why do they prefer Lyrica over soma for muscle spasms, and severe neurological painful conditions, because Lyrica has many terrible side effects according to my own experience between the two!

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome - Suicidal Depression. I have severe RSD in my feet and take?

Posted 7 Dec 2009 by alana21 14 answers

... an assortment of pain medicines, including the highest allowed daily dose of Neurontin (3600 mg.) I have had chronic depression all my life and usually found relief in anti-depressants. However, for the last 12 months that is not possible. The SSRIs and SSDRIs cause a horrible reaction and make ...

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome - Why is it so impossible to get medication for pain? I swear?

Posted 26 Jan 2010 by melia357 9 answers

... some doctors have no clue what we go through. I recently lost my doctor of 6yrs. I am lost on what to do, these doctors are making me feel like I'm crazy. I guess the real question is, does anyone know of a doctor that will help me?

RSD/CRPS Progressing?

Posted 12 Apr 2010 by lmintz66 10 answers

I have have had CRPS II since 8/07. I have been dx full body for a yr., but my pain is becoming more intense than when I was diagnosed. I started with a sunpoison type of burning. Now it is a more solid burn, sometimes with a crushed feeling, but I am always so cold, even in my head and face.I can ...

Dilaudid for RSD/CRPS Pain?

Posted 27 Nov 2009 by Steelersfan1214 7 answers

Hi, I am an RSD/CRPS unfortunate sufferer for close to 2 years now. I've been through just about every opiate including, but not limited to; morphine,methadone,percocet,lortab,hydrocodone,oxycodone,etc. When my pain spikes I end up in the ER on a regular basis, (an aggitating subject in itself ...

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome - Did anyone see Dr OZ with Paula Abdul talking about RDS for?

Posted 24 May 2012 by SoMuchPain 8 answers

... about a minute? Ice is our enemy!! it makes our nerves go crazy!! I am so mad I thought she would talk about the pain more and yes eating good and vitamins are good but they do not cure us or put it into remission. Dose she really have rsd?? I am so mad I have been waiting years for her to talk ...

I'm trying to find a breakthrough pain med. ?

Posted 1 Aug 2014 by tj_1159 8 answers

I'm on Nucynta ER 100mg every 12 hrs. ( 11am/11pm) I have CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) I have burning pain 24/7 in my right foot/ankle . Also I have Neuropathy. Would Tramadol be a good choice for breakthrough ? I was taking it before I was diagnose with CRPS last January. Thank you ...

Can I take 800mg Advil and tylenol arthritis at the same time?

Posted 10 Jan 2015 by Phillygirl15 5 answers

I have to take the Advil for lower back pain. However it don't help with arthritis in my hips. If I can't take together is there a time frame which I can take both

Fibromyalgia and RSD PLEASE HELP!?

Posted 8 May 2012 by SoMuchPain 9 answers

..I was wondering how may have had there c-reactive protein checked for inflammation. I am thinking it will come back high in most of us (Mine was). I think RSD and Fibro could be an autoimmune issue anyone else... Seems they do not know much about either really, so if you have't already and ...

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