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Lyrica And Cymbalta
Yes: Cymbalta is an excellent drug. It is a psychotropic medication and the drugs manufacturer will never say it is ok to take. They say you must weigh the risk of stopping versus the risk of continuing. They really would like to say continue but risk to the fetus is very important also. No testing is possible so they say to talk to your obstetrician about it. I would say taper off slowly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cymbalta (duloxetine) is an "antidepressant" medication. However, it is an approved treatment for a variety of indications to include (unipolar) depression, anxiety, and chronic pain (related to diabetic neuropathy, musculoskeletal and/or fibromyalgia). Pharmacologically, it primarily enhances 2 different neurotransmitters (serotonin and norepinephrine). It can cause a ...Read more
What other treatments are there for chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia other than lyrica and cymbalta? How do you diagnose them?
I use 600mg lyrica 60mg cymbalta 40mg oxynorm daily for l5s1hern+sciatica.Have slow urine flow+tonight after peeing i had flow after tucking away.Didnt feel it? Could this be a side effect from meds?
I've tried gabapenten, lyrica, Elavil, cymbalta, oxycodone for sudden onset neuropathy.Guess that's it.Any answers, cause I don't havevany.I give up.
Neuropathy: The important thing is diagnosis FIRST, treatment second. Don't give up. Get to the reason for the neuropathy. Something is causing it. (Nerve compression, chemical damage, diabetes, etc) If nothing else, radically change your diet to gluten free, high protein, low carb all organic for one month. No alcohol/smoking. You might get surprised. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is an option to lyrica and cymbalta for treating comorbid major depressive disorder and neuropathy seconday to surgical errors at l5-s1?
Other med regimens: There are multiple options but you will need to discuss with your physician to see if appropriate for you. Effexor can replace Cymbalta but works in a similar manner, some people prefer one verse the other. Lyrica and Gabapentin are similar and comparable. Topical pain creams, especially those including small amounts of ketamine can help a great deal. Try adjunct therapies like contrast baths also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm not responding to any meds given for sudden onset peripheral neuropathy of the feet. Can dilaten help.Tried gabapenten lyrica Elavil cymbalta.
Dilantin: The use of Dilantin is unlikely to reduce the pain of peripheral neuropathy if the other anti-convulsant medications have failed to relieve the pain. Alternative treatments such as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, capsaicin cream, Lidocaine patches and identifying and treating the cause of the neuropathy may help you feel better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What treatment is available for bilateral burning in the legs and feet other than medication like Gabapentin, Lyrica or cymbalta? I'm 21
What is the cause?: What is the cause for your bilateral burning? Are you a diabetic? Do you have peripheral neuropathy? Those meds that you listed are the standard meds for painful peripheral neuropathy. If you haven't already, go get a nerve test (EMG) to determine if this is true peripheral neuropathy. Bilateral nerve pain is usually neuropathy, and there are a multitude of causes other than diabetes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pregabalin is indicated to treat diabetic nerve pain, fibromyalgia, complex partial seizures, spinal cord injury pain, but also is used to treat trigeminal neuralgia and post-herpetic neuralgia. Psychiatric problems may also be handled with this medicine. Has no significant drug-drug interactions, but may cause drowsiness, dizziness, weight ...Read more
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