Night sweats is found among people who take Oxycodone, especially for people who are female, 60+ old , have been taking the drug for 1 - 2 years, also take medication Cymbalta, and have Pain . We study 23,263 people who have side effects while taking Oxycodone from FDA and social media. Among them, 85 have Night sweats. Find out below who they are, when they have Night sweats and more.
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Oxycodone has active ingredients of oxycodone hydrochloride. It is often used in pain. (latest outcomes from Oxycodone 50,536 users)
Night sweats (sweating in night) has been reported by people with rheumatoid arthritis, depression, multiple sclerosis, pain, high blood pressure (latest reports from 17,193 Night sweats patients).
On Oct, 21, 2016
23,263 people reported to have side effects when taking Oxycodone.
Among them, 85 people (0.37%) have Night Sweats
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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Hi I have bipolar disorder and just got back on meds after 10 years of misery shame and secrecy. I finally got my self so help a short while ago. I was prescribed lamictal and am current working my way up to75 mgs. I am also taking hydroxyl for anxiety. I am still anxious, easily angered ,incredibly paranoid and have gone back to not sleeping.when Ido sleep I have horrible night sweats that wake me up twice a night. Anyone was on this combo? I also suffer from social phobia and do t see any difference. In fact I am currently isolating myself . I still have very little energy. Maybe it's too soon to see results as I've only been back on meds a very short time. Will the night sweats stop? Will I ever feel better?
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 used lamotrigine for 5 years for epilepsy and experienced extensive night sweat which increasee with dosage. Quit approx 2 years ago and are still having regular episodes with night sweats, up to months before getting better for a short period of time. The smell is very distinctive and reminds ...
One week post 3rd open heart surgery 63 yr. old patient given 10 mg. oxycodone at 2:30 pm. At 11 pm, same patient given 7.5 mg. of temazepam. Patient had not slept the night before and hadn't eaten very little for several days other than drink Ensure. Following morning patient was found ...
I have been taking Sonata for my insomnia since November of 2015. I am 64 years old. I noticed almost immediately that I was having night sweats similar to the ones I was having during the onset of menopause. Some nights I have to change my night gown 4 times in one night. Other nights it's ...
iv been trying for years to love weight but my pain has goting worse so my doc wants to put me on butrans patch with my oxycodone if any one knows how the two are togather please let me know I don't even know what butran is any one know
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 ...
Hi everyone, Thank you for letting me join your group. My name is Mary, (Mary1016), the major illnesses I suffer with is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome/RSD, small fiber peripheral neuropathy diagnosed with biopsy two weeks ago. I was told the neuropathy was already severe and the thing to do ...
Hi I have bipolar disorder and just got back on meds after 10 years of misery shame and secrecy. I finally got my self so help a short while ago. I was prescribed lamictal and am current working my way up to75 mgs. I am also taking hydroxyl for anxiety. I am still anxious, easily angered ...
I had a series of TIAs after taking oxycodone ended up with a stroke in Occipital lobe right side. Have damage to left hand mostly it is getting a little better. This is a dangerous drug and needs more warnings.
Let me introduce myself. I'm a "young" 65 year old woman living with chronic pain from back problems. I have been taking oxycodone for about 5 years so I can have somewhat of a normal life. Started on 20mg....now on 30mg. My biggest problem is my memory. In the past... before oxycodone...I ...
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