Brain damage is found among people who take Oxycontin, especially for people who are male, 30-39 old , have been taking the drug for < 1 month, also take medication Ultram, and have Pain . We study 40,866 people who have side effects while taking Oxycontin from FDA and social media. Among them, 49 have Brain damage. Find out below who they are, when they have Brain damage and more.
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Oxycontin has active ingredients of oxycodone. It is often used in pain. (latest outcomes from Oxycontin 41,770 users)
Brain damage has been reported by people with shin splints, heavy or prolong menstrual bleeding, tired eyes, weight loss, breast pain (latest reports from 1,009 Brain damage patients).
On Jul, 20, 2016
40,866 people reported to have side effects when taking Oxycontin.
Among them, 49 people (0.12%) have Brain Damage
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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I recently found out that my grandaughter has taken an overdose of fentanyl about 1 and a half years ago. They said she has permanent brain damage. She talks and talks normal but doesn't know who anyone is.
I have been taking oxycontin for break through back pain for 15+ yrs. I currently take 90 mg of morphine sulfate ER three times per day to alleviate the pain caused by multiple back surgeries due to spinal stenosis from disc disease and spondylolisthesis. Two yrs ago I suffered multiple fractures with implanted hardware that broke through previous fusions and into my sacral joints. This resulted in two major surgeries, which required fusing my SI joints and hardware & fusions from S2 up through T12. I was prescribed Cymbalta for neuropathic pain over 10 yrs ago. So now I'm taking oxycodone with Cymbalta, which is highly dangerous because BOTH can cause hypertensive crisis when taken individually.
I had started with methaextrate and Otezla, and this worked great for me and I was soon psoriasis free and able to walk without crutches. The insurance however had told my doctor that I could not take the Otezla and would have to go with something else that goes with methaextrate. I did not ...
I WAS TOLD BY A QUALIFIED MEDICAL OFFICIAL THAT THE SUICIDE RATES FOR MY CONDITION WERE HIGH , ......THIS MADE ME LAUGH ....WHY AT THE TIME I DIDN'T KNOW WHY I FOUND IT FUNNY ..... I THINK BECAUSE I ALREADY KNEW THIS ......ANY THOUGHTS ON WHY STATE SUCH AN ABSURD FACT AFTER JUST BEING ...
I am taking oxycontin, oxycodone, cymbalta, lyrica, and now vistaril. Does anyone know what the vistaril will do for my pain? What I found about Vistaril is that it's an antihistamine? My chronic pain seems to worsen, doctors can't tell me what's wrong with me. I've gone through physical ...
I have been taking oxycontin for break through back pain for 15+ yrs. I currently take 90 mg of morphine sulfate ER three times per day to alleviate the pain caused by multiple back surgeries due to spinal stenosis from disc disease and spondylolisthesis. Two yrs ago I suffered multiple ...
I have been taking Oxycontin 20 mg for about a year. I switched from another pain medication because of ringing in the ears. Now I am getting ringing in the ears again, 24 hours a day. Is there any help for this?
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