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Posted 20 Nov 2012 by • 8 answers
I am a member of the U.S. Navy, that being said I have to wake-up at a specific time and be on time always(my command has a zero tolerance for being late and will not hesitate to write you up.) I am wondering if I take a 10mg dose of Melatonin is that going to hinder my ability to wake-up to an ...
Posted 23 Jul 2014 by • 10 answers
I started taking Topamax to control my migraines. Since I have a very low tolerance to medication, I was only taking 25mg per day. My migraines stopped, along with any sinus pain & pressure. However, I instead of losing weight blew up like a balloon. Has anyone else experienced weight gain on ...
Posted 1 Jan 2018 by • 3 answers
I have been on Zoloft for 5+ years. I started to feel like it was not working. Not sure if it was the dark long winter days or just that I built up a tolerance. My Dr increased my dose from 50 to 75 mg. Day 1-6 no noticeable change but the last 5 days I have been anxious, shakey and not sleeping ...
Posted 23 Jan 2018 by • 0 answers
I am on Butrans now for 16 months and although effective it is not as effective as a year ago. Does full tolerance develop or can Butrans be used for years?
Posted 22 Jan 2018 by • 0 answers
I am 18 with PMDD and have tried several different pills that just dont work. So a GYN said that the IUD Skyla would be best for me. However, i do not have a high pain tolerance and I dont want to get pregnant. Would this really be my best option? I also thought about getting Nexplanon. Which i ...
Posted 14 Jan 2018 by • 0 answers
I suffer from insomnia and quetiapine has been the only thing to put me to sleep and keep me asleep. It also helps with my nighttime anxiety and I don’t want to build tolerance to this effect. Does this sedation effect ever go away (with tolerance)?
Posted 3 Dec 2017 by • 1 answer
Having a horrible time sleeping remembered a few months ago I had been prescribed bromfed dm and never used it. So I'm wondering if it will help me sleep? FYI I have an extremely high tolerance for most anything. Thanks in advance
Posted 30 Dec 2017 by • 1 answer
My medical history was the following: Anafrnil(dropped because of significant weight gain) Zoloft for 5 years till tolerance built up Wellbutrin 2 years till no longer working Effexor 2-3 years till tolerance happen Cymbalta 9 years till tolerance happen. My doctor and I tried adding Ablify to no ...
Posted 5 Jan 2018 by • 0 answers
Is this normal?
Posted 29 Jul 2017 by • 2 answers
On a similar subject.. I've been taking tramadol for back pain for 2 years and been getting on well with it. Was taking 100mg a day but recently been feeling like I've built a tolerance to what I used to get off 100mg, so have increased to 200mg. Thing is it still doesn't give me the ...
Posted 3 Oct 2017 by • 2 answers
With a low tolerance, should I be safe and take half the capsule and sprinkle it on food of mix it in a drink? I have to take it at work and don’t want to overdue it. Any suggestions? Thanks!
Posted 14 Oct 2017 by • 2 answers
If you take Miralax everyday could it stop working for you?
Posted 27 Sep 2017 by • 1 answer
I have great difficulty getting up from a seated position. Sometimes the pain in my lower back and hips is almost unbearable and I usually have a high tolerance for pain. I also have difficulty walking. The severity of this pain has been since I started Trulicity about 4 months ago. Also, as a side ...
Posted 20 Aug 2017 by • 2 answers
I have to buy online (£110 for 56 300mg) after 4-5 days on 1 300mg it no longer worked and anxiety, panic and severe sweating and paranoia were back. Is it common to build tolerance so fast? Dont want to keep uping the dose...
Posted 25 Dec 2016 by • 2 answers
I have been taking Lyrica for about 10 years now and even with increased doses over the years (currently at 150 mg 3X day) it appear that either I have built up a tolerance or it is no longer working as well. At these higher doses side effects are worse than before, i.e. weight gain, tiredness, ...