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Panic attack can be treated by Xanax, Clonazepam, Klonopin, Zoloft, Alprazolam (latest reports from 23,853 Panic attack patients)
Spinal stenosis (narrowing of spinal column) has been reported by people with migraine, diarrhea, insomnia, sudden hearing loss, fluid retention (latest reports from 104 Spinal stenosis patients).
On Jul, 23, 2016
No report is found.
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About a year and a half ago I had a spinal stenosis as a result of balance issues. I never had back pain or neck pain. In fact, I was going to the gym just about 5 days/week and considered myself pretty fit. My balance while just walking was the first noticeable thing. I had the surgery and the PT, and still my balance is horrible! I have been back to the doctor and have had additional X rays but it doesn't show anything else wrong. I literally have to THINK about walking so I don't fall over. Does anyone else have this?
Do I have to stop taking methadone in order to stop the panic attacks, or is there something I can do to keep the methadone but make the panic attacks go away? I finally found a combination of medications that help with my pain, but now I have panic attacks so bad that my life is totally ...
I have been on oxycodone for a year, started getting migraine headaches... So Dr took me off oxy and put me on a different pain med and the zorvolex which I also take valium.....one thing he never said was time allowed between the two drugs?
Has anyone started having attacks of panic at first while driving at night and then most of the time that prevent going to work? Is it due to work stress? Vision problems? Because now I also have developed swollen chapped lips as well as headache. Any suggestions?
About a year and a half ago I had a spinal stenosis as a result of balance issues. I never had back pain or neck pain. In fact, I was going to the gym just about 5 days/week and considered myself pretty fit. My balance while just walking was the first noticeable thing. I had the surgery and ...
Hi- my names Jessica and I've been on seroquel for 10 years- I started with a low dosage- 25 mg- when I was 20 years old for my bipolar disorder. My bipolar got worse when I was 27- much harder for me to control and almost cost me my marriage- I began seeing a different psychiatrist about 4 ...
Hi! I had a bilateral mastectomy in April. Since I'm postmenapausal, my oncologist placed me on Femara in May. Some days I'm so sleepy. Could be Femara. Could be life. Noticing some anxiety. Hopefully, that's just caused by life too. I'm concerned about high cholesterol. I will be tested for it ...
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