Drug interactions are reported among people who take Phenergan and Requip together. This review analyzes the effectiveness and drug interactions between Phenergan and Requip. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports of 390 people who take the same drugs from FDA and social media, and is updated regularly.
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Phenergan has active ingredients of promethazine hydrochloride. It is often used in nausea. (latest outcomes from Phenergan 17,738 users)
Requip has active ingredients of ropinirole hydrochloride. It is often used in restless leg syndrome. (latest outcomes from Requip 15,602 users)
On Oct, 22, 2016
390 people who take Phenergan, Requip are studied.
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Hello everyone. I am a 58 year old female living in SW Virginia. I was hit crossing the street in 2003 and was unable to work until 2009. I worked at home taking cust service calls from Oct 2009 until October 2013. Was feeling good and no health issues except in 2012 I had surgery for carpal tunnel, torn meniscus in knee and skin cancer removed on face. Then in June 2013, I went to sit down and chair collapsed and twisted arm behind me and threw me to the floor on right side of face. Next day I went to Dr feeling like a bad whiplash and arm hurt. Saw many different Dr's and was told I had TMJ so I got a bite plate made. Pain kept getting worse and neck started to spasm and grab. Got migrane that lasted 8 weeks and base of skull felt like it was in vice grip. Finally in April 2014 I was diagnosed with a 40% tear in rotator cuff and cervical dystonia and started Botox injections. Then I developed cranial dystonia with blepharospasm in my eyes, Oromandibular dystonia, laryngeal dystonia, dysphagia and my esophagus is spasmodic. I recently read about the trigeminal nerve and wonder if that's part of my too. It's so crazy how a quick accident like a chair breaking can change your like forever! What's really crazy is the chair was in a nurse's office where my mother was being transferred from hospital to for rehab from a fall. That's my story and thanks for letting me share it with you.
I have reckless leg which quit responding due to augumention, ( was taking sinemet in large doses) Neurologist ( new doctor, 2 years of practice) changed me to 6mg og requip. The most given for restless leg is 4mg according to PDR. After about a year, on this gained 40lbs, lost hair, got insomia, Mutiple oter problems. Got ff completely of any meds for 3 weeks to clear receptors in brain, took codeine ( hyracodone caps from when had teeth fixed) doctors won't give codeine yet it is only thing that helps when off requp like meds. Docs should know that coeine only help for reckless leg if off requip- like meds...anyway took this off and on that 3 weeks because only had a small quanity, about went crazy with muscle spasms, jerking. New doc put back on requip... 2 mgday, ear pain now, insomia continues, jerking of leg, muscle spasms either right after taking the requip or awaking after two or 3 hours with them. The ear pain is like knives in ears. I wonder if meripex causes same problems? What has anyone found as a solution?
On eHealthMe, Phenergan (promethazine hydrochloride) is often used to treat nausea. Requip (ropinirole hydrochloride) is often used to treat restless leg syndrome. Find out below the conditions the drugs are used for and how effective they are.
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