Muscle spasms is found among people with General anaesthesia, especially for people who are female, 50-59 old, take medication Propofol and have Gastrooesophageal reflux disease. We study 9 people who have Muscle spasms and General anaesthesia from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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General anaesthesia (latest reports from 2,728 General anaesthesia patients)
Muscle spasms (muscle contraction) has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure (latest reports from 105,005 Muscle spasms patients).
On Sep, 21, 2016
9 people who have General Anaesthesia and Muscle Spasms are studied.
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Hi there I got akathisia after compazine for dizziness in Jan 2014 and then got put on ssris due to being suicidal. I tapered for one year and got off the Ssri in October 2015 and am now in withdrawal very very sick and still have mild akathisia which got really bad again in December 2015 after a dentist injected me with local anaesthetic and adrenalin. I now need breast surgery and am terrified of all medications and anaesthetic. I can have local or general and I just don't know which will be best. They have said it would be propofol for general or bupivocaine for local. Any suggestions would be much appreciated thank you.
I'm on suboxone/subutex for opiate withdrawals & 2 stop opiate cravings. I have muscle spasms in my back & have been prescribed a few different relaxants n the past including, baclofen, flexeril, zanaflex, & soma. I have found baclofen 2 help my muscles not feel as tense when I'm on it. Zanaflex ...
My son, 54, committed suicide while on Baclofen. No one saw this coming and it was very unlike his usual personality. Several days prior to his suicide he told me that he was hearing his neighbors talking about him through the walls of his duplex. That proved to be impossible so these were ...
I take zanaflex and remron at bedtime. after falling asleep I am awaken to severe ligament, tendon and muscle spasms. all my doctors are confused what is going on with me. I am trying to figure this out myself. I was wondering if I have serotonin syndrome going on. I have had this in the past ...
Hi there I got akathisia after compazine for dizziness in Jan 2014 and then got put on ssris due to being suicidal. I tapered for one year and got off the Ssri in October 2015 and am now in withdrawal very very sick and still have mild akathisia which got really bad again in December 2015 ...
Hello, My doctor started me on Singulair and I can't believe how well it treats my allergies and breathing but I am having terrible muscle spasms that are causing problems. I hate to get off this because it helps so much but the pain of the cramping and spasms is horrible. I am hydrated ...
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