Doctor insights on:
Is There Anything To Help With Flare Ups Of My Fibromyalgia And Pain
Yes: Studies support the benefits of exercise in reducing pain from fibromyalgia. Other non medication options include but not limited to stress reduction, meditation, acupuncture. There are currently three drugs that are fda approved for the management of fibromyalgia: Pregabalin (lyrica), duloxetine (cymbalta), and milnacipran (savella). Other medications such as tramadol (ultram) may be helpful too. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have fibromyalgia and i get flare ups twice a month. Not able to move. No doctors in the cleveland area believe me, what am i to do with this pain?
Ask 4 help: Fibromyalgia is a widely misunderstood and misdiagnosed condition that causes pain and fatigue. There's no magic surgery or medicine that can fix your condition, but there are treatments that can really improve your quality of life. It can be provided by your pcp, neurologist or pain management specialist, mental health provider. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I am having a fibromyalgia flare I usually take 2 Neurontin at night, but pain is severe can I take another Neurontin or what else can I do to help.
Several actions: 30's female w. fibromyalgia has pain in bed & neurontin ineffective; uses Vicodin. Savella, Cymbalta, & Lyrica approved for FM, which can be associated with Hypermobility Syndrome & pelvic ligament strain when reclined is common. Soft mattress, cannabis, yoga, & aquatherapy oft help FM patients. Opiates are discouraged. Muscle reconditioning paramount. Cannabis topical lotions useful for many. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
See details: Are you under the care of a rheumatologist? If the flares are frequent, medication adjustments can be helpful. The major thing is that no therapy is 100% effective so there will be periods of increased pain and fatigue. Speak with the doctor treating your fibro and see if any changes in meds are indicated. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Get help from a doctor now ›
For fibromyalgia flare ups. I exercise and have been on lyrica & gabpetin. What would you suggest for short term flare ups that happen once a month?
Get help from a doctor now ›
Can fibromyalgia suddenly get a lot worse? Feel like I'm in the worst flare I've ever had, and my energy levels and pain ones are terrible
Fibromyalgia s: there will be flare ups due to change of weather, but , more likely increased stress in your life.The signs of stress /depression are insomnia, fatigue, irritable, physical symptoms(fibromyalgia). Short term acute care would be prednisone -Medrol pack. The main treatment for FMS is usually the SSRI's-Lexapro, Cymbalta , Zoloft, etc. Lyrica is medicine that can somewhat help symptoms,not the cause ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Recently diagnosed fibromyalgia, not on meds and unsure if i want them. Any suggestions for relief from achy flu like flare ups? Exercise, etc?
Natural therapies: ? Newly dx'd fibromyalgia (FM) seeks non-pharmacologic Rx. FM's multifactorial cause needs rehab of chronic soft tissue injury. OSTEOPATH: for major joint laxities (injuries, childbirth, hypermobility). NUTRITIONIST: if overweight. EXERCISE: aquatherapy, walk, gentle yoga. PAIN: trigger point Rx, massage, topical & ingested cannabis. MENTAL FOCUS: mindfulness Rx's & survivors' reports (Amazon). ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Is there a better pain relief for fibromyalgia I take tramadol but only at night or if I have a bad flare up I exercise to try and ease the pain?
Several: Tramadol is a mild narcotic agent and is used for treating many different types of pain. There are currently three drugs fda-approved for treatment of fibromyalgia: lyrica, cymbalta, & savella. Others used include neurontin, elavil, & effexor. They are not habit-forming like narcotics & are better for longterm use. Exercise is effective pain control & also keeps you functional. Cheaper too! ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Possible for fibromyalgia to go into some type of remission? I have fewer days and more time between flare ups, as if it's tapering off
Fibromyalgia: Fibromyalgia is poorly understood and probably has multiple causes. I am hopeful your symptoms will continue to improve, but don't get discouraged if they worsen as the disease can wax and wane. Try to focus on eating healthy (probably organic/non-GMO) and getting as much exercise as you can without causing a flare. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Is there anything i can do to help my shortness of breath?
- Is there anything to get rid of dark skin near my vagina?
- Got a lump on the middle of my penis and there is no pain what could it be
- Is there anything i can do to help heal my broken foot faster?
- What is cause of num and dull pain from my thigh to my feet?
- My husband has a prostate infection is there anything i can do to help him
- Is there anything i can take other than ritalin to help stay awake and focused?
- What is the best drink to numb the throat and help with the loss of voice?
- Talk to a gynecologist online for free