What can i do to relieve my migraine All kinds of Headache pain & problems ?

What can i do to relieve my migraine All kinds of Headache pain & problems ?
I have serious migraine All kinds of Headache & verdigo. It hurts from a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being little and 10 worse I rate my pain is 9. I also feel nausea and want to throw up and the school keeps on sending letters saying they going to take us to family court. What can i do to relieve my migraines and problems ?

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Answer by curious
Try this, the flesh between your thumb and fore finger, massage it for a while, till its numb, take some antacids.

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What kind of pain drug can i take with fioricet?

What kind of pain drug can i take with fioricet?
My doctor prescibe fioricet for migrains and my dentist prescibed lortabs for my toothache ,i cannot take them together .MY problem is the lortab helps with the toothache but not the headache and thefioricet helps with the head ache but not the toothache.I have a doctors appointment on friday i am hoping she canhelp with this problem…any advise.?

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Answer by Mary Soilex





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Are there any negative side effects of the pain killer Fioricet?

Get emergency medical help if you have signs of an allergic reaction: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat.

In rare cases, acetaminophen may cause a severe skin reaction that can be fatal. This could occur even if you have taken acetaminophen in the past and had no reaction. Stop taking this medicine and call your doctor right away if you have skin redness or a rash that spreads and causes blistering and peeling. If you have this type of reaction, you should never again take any medicine that contains acetaminophen.

Stop using this medicine and call your doctor at once if you have:

  • confusion, seizure (convulsions);
  • shortness of breath;
  • a light-headed feeling, like you might pass out; or
  • nausea, upper stomach pain, itching, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes).

Common side effects may include:

  • drowsiness, dizziness;
  • feeling anxious or restless;
  • drunk feeling; or
  • sleep problems (insomnia).

This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.

How many pain relief tablets does it take to kill you?

How many pain relief tablets does it take to kill you?
I don’t to take too many pain relief tablets so i was wondering about how many pain relief tablets do you have to take to kill yourself.

AND NO I’M NOT SUICIDAL. I am just scared that i might accidentally take too much.

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How many times has someone told you a “party” drug could lead to more serious problems – like addiction, brain damage, or even death? You’ve probably heard it so many times, it’s getting hard to believe. But all drugs have real potential for harm – even prescription pain relievers. When abused alone, or taken with other drugs, prescription pain medications can kill you. And the death toll from misuse and abuse is rising steadily.

Think twice-because you only die once. Prescription pain relievers, when used correctly and under a doctor’s supervision, are safe and effective. But abuse them, or mix them with illegal drugs or alcohol, and you could wind up in the morgue. Even using prescription pain relievers with other prescription drugs (such as antidepressants) or over-the-counter medications (like cough syrups and antihistamines), can lead to life-threatening respiratory failure. With some prescription pain relievers, all it takes is one pill.

Drugs to watch out for. The most dangerous prescription pain relievers are those containing drugs known as opioids, such as morphine and codeine. Some common drugs containing these substances include:

  • propoxyphene (Darvon),
  • meperidine (Demerol),
  • guaifenesin with hydromorphone (Dilaudid),
  • oxycodone (OxyContin),
  • Tylenol with Codeine, and
  • hydrocodone/acetaminophen (Vicodin, Norco, etc.).

Some common street names for these drugs include:

  • ac/dc,
  • blue,
  • 40,
  • 80,
  • coties,
  • demmies,
  • dillies,
  • hillbilly heroin,
  • o.c.,
  • oxy,
  • oxycotton,
  • percs, and
  • vics.

Whatever you call them, remember one thing – they can be killers.

Symptoms of overdose.

If you, or anyone you know, have taken prescription pain relievers, here are the danger signs to watch for:

  • Slow breathing (less than ten breaths a minute is really serious trouble)
  • Small, pinpoint pupils
  • Confusion
  • Being tired, nodding off, or passing out
  • Dizziness
  • Weakness
  • Apathy (they don’t care about anything)
  • Cold and clammy skin
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Seizures

A lot of these symptoms can make people think the person is drunk. Some people may be tempted to let the person sleep it off, or think they just had too much to drink. But don’t. Your friend could go to sleep and never wake up.

What you can do if a friend is overdosing. Make an anonymous call to 911 if you do not want to identify yourself. Try to get the person to respond to you by calling out his/her name. Make the person wake up and talk to you. Shake him/her if you have to. Otherwise, the individual could suffer brain damage, fall into a coma, or die.

Addiction can be a living death. If you abuse prescription pain relievers and are lucky enough to cheat death, you’re still in big trouble. Prescription pain relievers can be addictive. The longer you take them, the more your body needs. Try to stop, and you could experience withdrawal symptoms.

Addiction to prescription pain relievers is like being hooked on heroin and the withdrawal isn’t much different: bone and muscle pain, diarrhea, vomiting, cold flashes, and insomnia.

If you, or someone you know, is abusing or is addicted, get professional help. You can also ask for help from parents, doctors, relatives, teachers, or school guidance counselors. Substance abuse ruins lives. Don’t let it happen to you or someone you love.

If you, or someone you know, is hooked on prescription pain relievers, call the substance abuse treatment 24-hour helpline: 1.800.662.HELP, or visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health website, http://www.findtreatment.samhsa.gov/.

Is it a good idea to take pain relief drug while doing a football condition?

Is it a good idea to take pain relief drug while doing a football condition?

I have muscle pain in my knee and both of my arms probably from running and weightlifting. Is it a good idea to take pain relief drug while im doing football conditions

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Answer by msmer m
It should be alright to take an anti inflamatory like ibuprofen or tylenol, which will not alter your mental status. but you may want to avoid any norcotic medication, drink lots of fluids to avoid dehydration of the muscle.

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Fioricet Withdrawal and Pain Pills?

Fioricet Withdrawal and discomfort Pills?
I have been getting Fioricet with codeine for the past year or so for my every day Migraines/Headaches.

My doctor reduce me off from the medication all of a sudden. I went through the particular withdrawal symptoms that I have been reading about. I did not want to call my Dr . about it, because I did not want him to get me personally back on it to try and taper off of it. I thought that I got that much without tapering off and I wanted to be off of all of them and never take them again. we wasn’t taking a lot of the particular medicine. Maybe 2-3 per day, if needed (I has been reading about people who get about 30 per day.. ) I was vomiting and using the bathroom a lot, I guess so the medication can get out of my program.

I got so dehydrated, we went to Urgent Care and they gave me an IV and some Tylenol 3 and Percocets for the Migraine pain I was having during the withdrawals. we took a percocet when I got home and I has been finally able to fall asleep.. I am wondering if I was getting withdrawals from the Butalbital or the Codeine in the Firoicet?? we stopped taking the Fioricet over a week ago.

I am sensation better. I took two Tylenol 3s a few days back for a bad headache. we haven’t had any given that.

I feel okay, no withdrawals at all. I am thinking it was the Butalbital I was depending on, and not the codeine….? furthermore, I just went through all of this…. I just found out that I need nose Surgery in about a 30 days and a half. Now, I know that they will be giving me discomfort pills for the recovery (probably Percocets or Vicodin), we don’t want to fall back into what I just went through.

we doubt I will, because these discomfort Pills are different ingredients compared to what I taking for over a year (Fioricet). Is the Butalbital more difficult to withdrawal from than the Codeine that is in Fioricet?

Addiction is a disease that impacts your behavior because your brain is pushing you toward continuing to use the drug that triggered the reward response again and again.

Addiction to opioids is difficult to escape from, and it can lead to overdose and death. Another element of the use of opioids is tolerance and dependence. While these aren’t the same as addiction, these scenarios often go hand in hand with one another.

An opioid tolerance means that your body has become somewhat immune to the effects of these drugs so that you require higher doses to feel anything. A physical dependence means that in many ways the presence of opioids has become your new normal.

If you suddenly stop using opioids when you’re physically dependent on them, whether or not you’re addicted, you may experience very uncomfortable symptoms which are categorized as withdrawal. Some of the symptoms of opiate withdrawal can include nausea, vomiting, goose bumps, cramping, diarrhea, agitation, anxiety, insomnia, and yawning. Withdrawal from opioids can range from annoying to very painful. During a medically-supervised opioid detox, doctors can prescribe certain medicines that can help keep the person more comfortable and help them be more successful at stopping their use of the drugs.

Some of the medicines that may be given to patients during opiate withdrawal include methadone, buprenorphine, clonidine, and naltrexone. These drugs do everything from providing a maintenance system for opioid addicts, to helping with the actual symptoms such as muscle aches and anxiety.

Some people may attempt to manage their own withdrawal from opioids, and not only can this be dangerous, but it is also often ineffective.

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Answer by Wulfgar
Codeine will be worse. I take Vicodin 2 & 4 a day depending on how i feel. Percocet and Vicodin are both drugs. I started on seven. /500 then went to 10/500 mg. Oh yea them great ole withdraws. Take Care.

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What pain relief drug should i order for extracting my wisdom teeth?

What pain relief drug should i order for extracting my wisdom teeth?

Rebound headaches
Rebound headaches

I just extracted two of my bottom wisdom teeth and i the doctor didn’t give me a prescription for pain relief drug. Can you guys recommend what i should get?

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Answer by coco pops
codis,or cocodamol or iburofen….works a treat

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How do you reduce pain when you have a migraine headache?

How do you reduce pain when you have a migraine headache?
I’m looking for a home remedy to reduce the pain for a migraine headache. I went to the doctors and the medicine he gave me does’t work. Please help me. I have had this migraine for a week.

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Answer by Pam
I used to have bad migraines also. I have been using breathing exercises and started seeing a Chiropractor. Also went the healthy route! Drinking a health food juice that has been a big help. I think the key for me was blood circulation. Doc says I have pinched blood vessels that cuts off blood circulation to my brain therefore causing the headache. He showed me that my gums were real pale in color. After the adjustment they were pink again! Lack of blood to the head! Amazing! Hope you feel better soon!

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will Anti-Inflammatory Medications for Pain reliever help?…?

will Anti-Inflammatory Medications for Pain reliever help?…?

I’m 25 y.o. i don’t have money to see a doc. I have a sharp pain in left upper side of my body for 5months without any break.

most of the time it’s like a huge hole close to the shoulder. I can’t lye down on the back or left side. i’m always tired. even though it’s a muscle problem can Anti-Inflammatory Medications for Pain reliever help?…

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Answer by Danelle G
First of all, most places will not turn you down if you say you don’t have enough money to visit a doc. Second of all, internet costs money, so I’m surprised you can’t manage to find any money available for something this important! For 5 months, you REALLY need to see a doc because this is important. Go to ER if you have too!

If it is a muscle problem, an anti inflammatory like ibuprofen can be helpful, but they are usually not intended to be used as the only treatment for severe or debilitating pain. Take two extra strength as the bottle recommends. even though you are truly and majorly broke, I would suggest going to the drug store and asking your pharmacist. They can not diagnose you but they have so much experience in medications (way more than dr’s) so they could give you better advice than anyone on here. By the way, their advice is free… so good luck!

I just wanted to say one more time that working in the nursing field has taught me that pain like this for 5 months IS a BIG deal and you really need to make seeing a doc your number 1 priority. It might not be anything, but it could be. And it is affecting your life, so get on that… be a mooch and borrow some money from someone.
Good luck!

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