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Transverse Myelitis Questions

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Gabapentin, tramadol, and amitriptyline?

Posted 5 Apr 2018 by Jaki78 1 answer

My daughter has been prescribed tramadol and gabapentin for a damaged nerve on her back she is only 20 and I'm worried about the interaction of using the three drugs together

I just started taking Cymbalta for diabetic neuropathy. I am now constipated.

Posted 25 Oct 2017 by BillHeys 2 answers

I just started taking Cymbalta for diabetic neuropathy. I am now constipated, and have not had a movement in over two days. What should I do? I have been taking Gabapentin and Celexa. My doctor wants to wean me off these two drugs and taper up the Cymbalta.

Is baclofen a good choice to treat MRI interpretation of resolving transverse myelitis?

Posted 18 Mar 2017 by mzh75 0 answers

I have been experiencing bowel and bladder dysfunction since the onset of resolving transverse myelitis 2 years ago (2015). The cause is unknown for the condition. Can one suspect transverse myelitis is caused due to long-term use of combination of clonazepam and escitalopram, with clopidogrel at ...

Should I still be worried about any affects gabapentin will have on me after all this time?

Posted 8 Nov 2016 by Pepper pigs 0 answers

I have been taking them for 4years after a major operation.Why does it say you should wear a tag and where do you get them

Long term Baclofen?

Posted 4 Jan 2013 by Shaklee 4 answers

I take Neurontin for nerve pain from Transverse Myelitis. It helps, but doesn't take all the pain away. Doctor put me on Baclofen. Everything I read said it's not good to take this long-term, and I've been warned by others on the drug that it's AWFUL when you try to get off of ...

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