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Pain Medication And Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia: The current feeling is avoid using opioids in fibromyalgia. This does not mean that in severe cases opioids should not be used. Docotrs have to justify their prescription - so if the exam shows no objective findings then there would be no indication to write for an opioid - just saying "i have pain" is not enough. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I was recently diagnosed with fibromyalgia. My doctor did not prescribe any medication for the pain, its there anything you would suggest I ask for?
I have fibromyalgia and my body does not metabolize most meds unless thru iv. Fentanyl works wonders how can I get doc to prescribe it for my pain?
Overall program: Sounds like you need to be working with a pain medicine physician -- many of whom are also psychiatrists. This physician can review your whole case and personal situation, and help you develop a treatment plan that is more comprehensive than opiates (such as fentanyl) alone. There are many facets to healing from fibromyalgia, and you need all of them to get well. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Three medications (non-opiate pain pills) are approved for fibromyalgia. In my opinion, fibromyalgia treatment via lifestyle changes: weight loss if obese & general musculoskeletal reconditiong via aquatherapy, walks, gentle yoga, tai chi, & biofeedback. Cannabis helpful with pain, sleep, & depression. Mindfulness therapies help attitudes. Study sacroiliac joint belts if having low back pain. ...Read more
My doctor prescribes me #10 10mg norco a month. I take them for my uc and fibromyalgia on really bad days.I have 0 addict history. Is this reasonable?
Are drugs prescribed for long-term pain management addictive? I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and i'm a little worried that i'll end up addicted to whatever pain medication the doctor puts me on.
I agree with the : Previous answer. I would add that being dependant and being addicted are different. Addiction is consumption of drugs in a pattern that makes life worse. You can ge dependant on meds while they make life better. Insomnia improvement is key, do u clinch teeth at night? Tramadol is a partial opiod stimulator that builds up brain transmitters and decrease pain. You should b able 2 tx w/o ful opiod. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am 40 years old. Recently, I have started having my periods every 18 days. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia 5 months ago and my doctor prescribed antidepressant. Will antidepressant help me? Do I need to take some other medication as well?
It seems that: Increasing serotonin can be part of the treatment of fibromyalgia. The term antidepressant has much less meaning than it used to. What is important is which neurotransmitters does the medication work on. Different antidepressants work on serotonin, norepinephrine and/or Dopamine as well as others. These are the classifications that are important, as these neurotransmitters do very different thi. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No easy answer: It is difficult to say why your doctor won't prescribe a stronger pain medication without knowing the details of your specific clinical situation. However, rarely is pain medication the answer as these are only pain "maskers", whereas we want to look for the source of the pain and treat the cause of the pain. Discuss this with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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