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Panic attack can be treated by Xanax, Clonazepam, Klonopin, Zoloft, Alprazolam (latest reports from 34,124 Panic attack patients)
Spinal stenosis (narrowing of spinal column) has been reported by people with migraine, neuroma, diarrhea, insomnia, numbness and tingling (latest reports from 104 Spinal stenosis patients).
On Sep, 24, 2016
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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?
I have had my first panic attack after taking a 0.3 epi-pen (and an additional dose of epinephrine in hospital) in Banff, Alberta (Canada) after a rather impressive peanut allergic reaction in August of 2016. This is the first time I have had such a reaction from an epi-pen & injections. I ...
Hi, My name is Patty, I take Mycophenolate Mofetil for my Lupus. I'm a Mom to a wonderful 5 year old boy. Not sure what else to say here, I stared getting panic attacks after I started taking the Mycophenolate Mofetil, I've always had anxiety but never this bad.
61 year old female. Severe Panic attacks since I was 17 years old I'm very surprised Im still alive I overeat to sedate myself. I take Zanex very moderately when ATTACK is coming on and metropolol with it to slow my heart or my heart will race for days
My name is Marco, I'm 20 years old and I was in a bad car accident 3 years ago that left me with a rare fracture called a "Hawkins Type 3 Fracture" in my right ankle (sub-talus joint). I'm in pain 24/7 because I've developed arthritis and I also have evascular-necrosis. I have tried every ...
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