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Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 7/18/2008 1:27 AM (GMT -7)   
Hell o All,

OMG my spine itches, my shoulders itches, my chest itches, my arms itch, my little tail itches where I do not want to show the doctor.
My bottom itches.

No new meds. No new foods. No new anything. Arghhhhh.

Ideas?

Pamela Neckpain
MEDICAL INFORMATION
HYPERTENSION, SCOLIOSIS, ARTHRITIS, SPONDYLOSIS,
SPINAL STENOSIS THROUGHOUT THE SPINE,PINCHED NERVES C5-C7, NEUROPATHY THROUGHOUT THE SPINE, ANXIETY DISORDER, DEPRESSION, CONSTIPATION, POSSIBLE KIDNEY STONES (OR CANCER) DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE C3-C7

MEDICATION
MONOPRIL, HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE, METHADONE 10 MG. 3 BY MOUTH 3 TIMES DAILY. XANAX 1 1/2 MG. 3 TIMES DAILY, NEURONTIN 600 MG, 4 TIMES DAILY, FOLBEE TABS, SENOKOT S , 5 TABS AT NIGHT.


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   Posted 7/18/2008 6:34 AM (GMT -7)   
Could be anything from dry shin to possibly shingles. Call your Primary Care Physician and get help.
Allergies can develop at anytime to anything so don't rule that out yet either. But go see your pcp first and if he suspects allergies then go get a good allergy doctor.
Hope the itching stops soon for you.
Keep us posted.
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   Posted 7/18/2008 9:41 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi, Pamela,
I would second Chartreux's post. I never thought of it possibly being the beginning of shingles - is this how it starts? If it is, you want to get it treated ASAP. But I would have thought shingles would be more localized - but I am not at all sure of that. And like Char said, allergies can develop at any time, even to things we've been eating or taking for awhile. Itchy all over just seems to say "allergic reaction" to me but I'm not a doc!

I also have very sensitive skin so the slightest change in soap or cold weather or whatever has me scratching.

By the way Char, thank you for the kind comments on the other thread. I think this site is awesome!

PaLady

Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 7/18/2008 11:25 AM (GMT -7)   
Chartreux & PAlady,

This itching "feels" like an allergy. Oh, I hope not. (Or then again, maybe I hope so)
With my luck, I've probably become alergic to Methadone!
It kinda comes and goes.
With the way things are for me right now, it's whatever
ailment shouts the loudest and for whom. Our ives are
doctor appointments.
Thank you.

PAMELA BADLUCKSKI

I will have to look Shingles up. I know they are bad but I don't know what they are.
MEDICAL INFORMATION
HYPERTENSION, SCOLIOSIS, ARTHRITIS, SPONDYLOSIS,
SPINAL STENOSIS THROUGHOUT THE SPINE,PINCHED NERVES C5-C7, NEUROPATHY THROUGHOUT THE SPINE, ANXIETY DISORDER, DEPRESSION, CONSTIPATION, POSSIBLE KIDNEY STONES (OR CANCER) DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE C3-C7

MEDICATION
MONOPRIL, HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE, METHADONE 10 MG. 3 BY MOUTH 3 TIMES DAILY. XANAX 1 1/2 MG. 3 TIMES DAILY, NEURONTIN 600 MG, 4 TIMES DAILY, FOLBEE TABS, SENOKOT S , 5 TABS AT NIGHT.


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   Posted 7/18/2008 11:27 AM (GMT -7)   
you need to get to the Dr.

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Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 8/5/2008 12:08 PM (GMT -7)   
I have a choice:
Pain doctor
Psychiatrist (for Xanax)
Urologist (havin' problems down thar)
Internist
ER doc.
Orthopedic Surgeon
Dentist ..
Neurologist .
I am obviously not getting younger. It seems like every morning I wake up, take
a scan just to see what the hay is huring.
It seems like just a few years ago I went to the beauty shop on a Wednesday morning. The
only women in there were over .... a certain age.
I thought, "I'll never be like that...jowls, drooping eyelids, thinning hair, walking
slow and stopping the progress of others." Oh, you know if you're of "a certain
age"
Anyway, here I am. Yes. I live one day at a time. I'm not exactly complaining
here I'm giving advice:
BE NICE TO OLD PEOPLE. SOMEDAY YOU WILL BE THEY. (them?)
Pamela Neckpain
Someday you will forget your grammar...you won't even be able to find your grammar
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tom inpain
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   Posted 8/5/2008 9:51 PM (GMT -7)   
Pamela Neckpain said...
Chartreux & PAlady,

This itching "feels" like an allergy. Oh, I hope not. (Or then again, maybe I hope so)
With my luck, I've probably become alergic to Methadone!
It kinda comes and goes.
With the way things are for me right now, it's whatever
ailment shouts the loudest and for whom. Our ives are
doctor appointments.
Thank you.

PAMELA BADLUCKSKI

I will have to look Shingles up. I know they are bad but I don't know what they are.
Helloooooooo BadLuck'Ski, Shingles are painful You would know from increased pain. Itchin can make Ya crazier than me ! so watch out seek out a Doctor with a sense of humor as You rub Your backside.
Sorry but it could be the methadone ! too much i Your system ??? maybe ? i do not mean from taking too many --it could be Your body is not breakin down the methadone correctly. I personally hated methadone. I'm a takin Kadian with morphine I/R for break thru /never ending pain. Wish i could help. honeychile
Tom Lasko


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   Posted 8/6/2008 12:53 AM (GMT -7)   

I doubt it's shingles, Pamela. 

I've been there and done that, and it hurts like hell.  Not just an itchy problem.  Red, scaley skin, small blisters that scab over, and lots of nerve pain.  I had them on my head, which is the most painful place for them to break out.  Whenever my skin starts to itch, normally, I hit it with a sunburn remedy of aloe infused with lidocaine.  The aloe moisturizes the skin and the lidocaine numbs out the nerve endings.  I'd try something like this before I'd head to another doctor.  It could be something as simple as dry skin.  My skin doesn't look dry, but some days it itches the heck out of me.

If you do go see a doctor, I'd see a general practitioner first.  If the itching is serious, he can refer you to the right kind of specialist.

Just my opinion,

Leigh Ann cool


Basic info:
  • On Disability for: Chronic Migraines, serious Back and Knee problems (will need surgery eventually), moderate Depression, Anxiety/Panic disorder, TMJ, stomach problems 
  • Divorced, 43, spawn-free 
  • Surgeries: Gastric Bypass, Gallbladder Removed (followed by a week in the hospital for a Blood Clot), Impacted Kidney Stone Removed, Broken Ankle, Major Dental work(ten molars pulled, multiple cavities, root canals) 
  • Current Meds: Prozac, Klonopin, Atenelol, Stadol Nasal Spray, Lortab/Percocet, Trazadone, Buspar, Protonix, Tramadol, Visteryl, Carafate Suspension, Co-Q10, B2(Riboflavin), Remifemin(Black Cohosh)
  • PROHIBITED FROM ALL NSAIDS
  • Current Problem: Mysterious Internal GI Bleeding, possible ulcer in location of Gastric Bypass
 
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Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 8/6/2008 3:30 PM (GMT -7)   
Tom,
OMG, I think you're right. The Methadone has been helping me a little more
with my pain. I do think it's built up and has become almost an allergy.
One of my worst fears is going off Methadone. I've taken it for about
two years. But what will be will be.
Someone suggested that I go to the doctor about this itching. I DID GO.
I went yesterday. I didn't itch so I neglected to mention it. She's a DO, MD
and I don't think she particulary agrees that any opiods could help a problem.
I'll brave the situation next week and ask my pain doctor. Nothing shows
on the outside.
My pain doctor wants to insert a pain pump in my tummy. He wants one in
everyone's tummy. (He must have a fleet of yachts) Anyway, I'm not real
sure he'll graciously assist me to Kadian and Morphine.
I itch plenty today. My spine itches but mostly the top part of my back
where I would sprout wings if I could.
ARGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
Pam

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   Posted 8/6/2008 6:28 PM (GMT -7)   

Hey Pamela,

I think I am one of the people that you were referring to about suggesting you go to the doctor.  In your original post, you just mentioned your symptoms.  In your second post, you mentioned all the different choices in doctors that you could go see.  You never posted that you had already been to the doctor and since you didn't mention the itching during your appointment, technically, you still haven't addressed the problem with a medical professional.  You can't fault us for suggesting intervention by a doctor.  We can only give our advice based on what details you share with us.  In the future, try making a list of all the things that you need to discuss with the doctor ahead of time.  That way, you don't have to trust your memory to cover all your issues.  A list is especially helpful if things with the doctor get you flustered or upset, or if you really feel bad that day and just aren't on top of everything.  Just something to keep in mind.

Leigh Ann cool


Basic info:
  • On Disability for: Chronic Migraines, serious Back and Knee problems (will need surgery eventually), moderate Depression, Anxiety/Panic disorder, TMJ, stomach problems 
  • Divorced, 43, spawn-free 
  • Surgeries: Gastric Bypass, Gallbladder Removed (followed by a week in the hospital for a Blood Clot), Impacted Kidney Stone Removed, Broken Ankle, Major Dental work(ten molars pulled, multiple cavities, root canals) 
  • Current Meds: Prozac, Klonopin, Atenelol, Stadol Nasal Spray, Lortab/Percocet, Trazadone, Buspar, Protonix, Tramadol, Visteryl, Carafate Suspension, Co-Q10, B2(Riboflavin), Remifemin(Black Cohosh)
  • PROHIBITED FROM ALL NSAIDS
  • Current Problem: Mysterious Internal GI Bleeding, possible ulcer in location of Gastric Bypass
 
"The weather is here, I wish you were beautiful."
                                             - Jimmy Buffett
 
 


tom inpain
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   Posted 8/6/2008 8:49 PM (GMT -7)   
Pamela Neckpain said...
Tom,
OMG, I think you're right. The Methadone has been helping me a little more
with my pain. I do think it's built up and has become almost an allergy.
One of my worst fears is going off Methadone. I've taken it for about
two years. But what will be will be.
Someone suggested that I go to the doctor about this itching. I DID GO.
I went yesterday. I didn't itch so I neglected to mention it. She's a DO, MD
and I don't think she particulary agrees that any opiods could help a problem.
I'll brave the situation next week and ask my pain doctor. Nothing shows
on the outside.
My pain doctor wants to insert a pain pump in my tummy. He wants one in
everyone's tummy. (He must have a fleet of yachts) Anyway, I'm not real
sure he'll graciously assist me to Kadian and Morphine.
I itch plenty today. My spine itches but mostly the top part of my back
where I would sprout wings if I could.
ARGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
Pam
Hi Pam: I'm in the planning stages for a pain pump-- Ive researched the pump and my wife and i agree the pump should improve my quality of life. I have been told that one must exhaust all the medications available for a course of time before a pump can be considered then there is the Psyco eval.
which i finally got the okay since I'm nutter then a fruit cake. On Kadian with morphine I/R for Break-thru is the best i have had in awhile.. One thing with the pump is the cost of the medicine refills- beware- last time i checked and I could be real wrong the morphine installed in the pump cost is somewhere around $1,000.00 every three or four months ! If You find out it's cheaper please email me. Based on what ya wrote about it is time for a blood test not next week or a month from now right away Your body is warning You about something ? Please take care of Your self as this world is a much better place with You in it. Your HoneyChile
Tom Lasko


Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 8/7/2008 3:53 AM (GMT -7)   
Leigh Ann,
I had a list of subjects to talk to the doctor about. I was wrapped in a tiny bit of
tissue paper and did not feel like hiking across the doctor's office to get my list and,
of course, at THAT time I didn't itch. Leigh Ann ... It is good to know that you have
all the answers. Yipeee.

Tom. Yeah, my body is giving me a strong warning. I wanna stay around.
As for you, keep researching that pump. I have this deep down feeling that it's not
for me - not from my pain doctor anyway. I wonder where we go to get a second
opinion. Our pain doctors most likely will want to give us $$ pain pumps, but getting
a second opinion isn't easy because I believe you have to be referrred to a pain
doctor. If another doctor (say your internist) refers you, that news will get to your pain
doctor. I believe in staying in good with the inplanting doctor.
My psych evaluation will be just fine. I've been fooling my psychiatrist for five years. I play sane
in order to get a medication. I'm good at it!
hc:)

tom inpain
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   Posted 8/7/2008 10:35 AM (GMT -7)   
Pamela Neckpain said...
Leigh Ann,
I had a list of subjects to talk to the doctor about. I was wrapped in a tiny bit of
tissue paper and did not feel like hiking across the doctor's office to get my list and,
of course, at THAT time I didn't itch. Leigh Ann ... It is good to know that you have
all the answers. Yipeee.

Tom. Yeah, my body is giving me a strong warning. I wanna stay around.
As for you, keep researching that pump. I have this deep down feeling that it's not
for me - not from my pain doctor anyway. I wonder where we go to get a second
opinion. Our pain doctors most likely will want to give us $$ pain pumps, but getting
a second opinion isn't easy because I believe you have to be referrred to a pain
doctor. If another doctor (say your internist) refers you, that news will get to your pain
doctor. I believe in staying in good with the inplanting doctor.
My psych evaluation will be just fine. I've been fooling my psychiatrist for five years. I play sane
in order to get a medication. I'm good at it!
hc:)
Hey Pam: You are so right just try and get a second opinion from a pain specialist what a nightmare. I tell it as it is and my original Psych
evaluation ..well did not go so good between my weird sense of humor and the pent up rage I have over a medical system designed line the pockets of the insurance companies I was denied the pump and had to kiss a lotta butts to get re-Psyched again and while getting approved I raised a lot of eyebrows as I have a hard time containing my disgust with the medical system. thank God i do not have to "Shrink" myself anymore. One psyco md i went to was very obese and suggested that I try and deal with my pain thru excercise ! Now I'm certified bonkers and this MD opened the door so the fun began. Needless to say I was not invited to make another appointment.
On the bright side I'm writing a soap opera using the persons from this forum and another consisting of the lives and times of us. I truly look like Brad Pitt and was wondering if You would sign on and be a member of the cast ?? If so What actress would You say best represents You? ( just tryin to have some fun ) bound to piss someone off no matter how hard i try not too ! Yours in life, Tommy aka ( Honey buns ! )
Tom Lasko


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   Posted 8/8/2008 1:11 PM (GMT -7)   
Pamela Neckpain said...
Leigh Ann,
I had a list of subjects to talk to the doctor about. I was wrapped in a tiny bit of
tissue paper and did not feel like hiking across the doctor's office to get my list and,
of course, at THAT time I didn't itch. Leigh Ann ... It is good to know that you have
all the answers. Yipeee.
Dear Pamela,
I realize that CP tends to make all of us irritable from time to time, but there's no call to get snarky or sarcastic with fellow posters that are just trying to help out.  My posts on this thread were strictly mean to be helpful and supportive.
 
Yes, I did suggest that you should go see a doctor, which is perfectly logical, considering your first post in this thread indicated that you had not seen a doctor about the itching problem.  Your second post listed a whole bunch of different specialists that you were considering going to see for the itching problem.  I suggested a general practitioner first, who has a wider base of general medical knowledge.  I recommended taking a list of topics to cover with your doctor, because I have memory problems, and if I don't take a list, or take my dad with me, I'll forget things that I need to discuss with my doctor.  I wasn't insinuating that you have memory problems, just that sometimes people get flustered when talking with the doctor, and forget things they meant to discuss.
 
In response to my suggestions, you slammed me for being a "know it all", stating that it must be nice for me "to have all the answers".  Frankly, I don't deserve that kind of sarcasm.  The added "Yippee" was insulting and nasty.  I was merely trying to make some helpful sugggestions, not telling you were wrong and you needed to do things "my way".  I don't know all the answers, but I do have a great deal of experience in dealing with doctors. 
 
I offered my support and was commiserating with you.  You turned on me like I had called you stupid or something, or that I was putting you down in some way.  I can forgive you because I know that pain sometimes clouds how we read things or distorts the intention of those of us trying to give you the benefit of our experience.  No, I don't know it all, but then neither do you.  If you take the time to reread my posts, I don't see how you could take them as condescending or superior in nature.  However, the next time you read a post that somehow offends you, take some time to cool off and read the post again.  You might just see that your innitial reaction doesn't hold true upon review.
 
I was simply trying to be sympathetic and helpful, and if I respond to one of your posts in the future, please keep that intent in mind.
 
Leigh Ann sad

Basic info:
  • On Disability for: Chronic Migraines, serious Back and Knee problems (will need surgery eventually), moderate Depression, Anxiety/Panic disorder, TMJ, stomach problems 
  • Divorced, 43, spawn-free 
  • Surgeries: Gastric Bypass, Gallbladder Removed (followed by a week in the hospital for a Blood Clot), Impacted Kidney Stone Removed, Broken Ankle, Major Dental work(ten molars pulled, multiple cavities, root canals) 
  • Current Meds: Prozac, Klonopin, Atenelol, Stadol Nasal Spray, Lortab/Percocet, Trazadone, Buspar, Protonix, Tramadol, Visteryl, Carafate Suspension, Co-Q10, B2(Riboflavin), Remifemin(Black Cohosh)
  • PROHIBITED FROM ALL NSAIDS
  • Current Problem: Mysterious Internal GI Bleeding, possible ulcer in location of Gastric Bypass
 
"The weather is here, I wish you were beautiful."
                                             - Jimmy Buffett
 
 


Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 8/13/2008 9:11 AM (GMT -7)   
Tom...Tom...
Well, I might like to look like Angelina but I simply do not. No.
I am a Carmen Diaz look-alike with a dash of Whoopie humor and sarcasm. : )
I'm at least twenty pounds heavier than Carmen and mmmmm maybe ten years
older. (I didn't want anyone to accuse me of bragging or not being accurate in
my story telling.)
Your psycho Psychiatrist story could be a New Yorker cartoon. Look up Readers' Digest
and send it in. Share the spoils with me! : )
I'm so kiss hiney(trying to find a word that won't be bleeped and realize that
hiney is a stupid sounding word) Anyway, I'm so sweet, good, kind, payful, truthfu andl,
likeable when I go to the doctor ... any doctor ... you would barf. Tom, that is
the way to play it with them docs out there. It's a war and a winning smile is
our weapon for survival.
CD
P.S. Maybe twenty years older
P.S.2 I got bleeped from another area of the boards. You seem to know your way around. Do you have a list of the
words that cannot be used on forums.

Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 8/13/2008 9:21 AM (GMT -7)   
LeighAnn wrote:

I offered my support and was commiserating with you. You turned on me like I had called you stupid or something, or that I was putting you down in some way.



Oh my .... I am stupid so please forgive me for whatever it was I said.
Ahhh .... It's on the "Itchy" thread. Can't remember what I said. Sorry
anyway. I appreciate support and commiserating! Honest.
Sincerely,
Pamela Neckpain

Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 8/13/2008 9:26 AM (GMT -7)   
Tom ...
I'm in a bout of pain. Look at WRITERS' DIGEST not the other digest. The other
digest has too much competition. I've sent one million things to them.
Pamela

Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 8/13/2008 6:10 PM (GMT -7)   
OK ... The doctor says my itching is Neuropathic Pain. He prescribed
Benadryl. Benadryl?
Pamela Neckpain

PAlady
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   Posted 8/13/2008 6:30 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi, Pamela,
Well, let me know if the benadryl works for neuropathic pain! Because that's not something I would have ever thought of, but I sure don't know everything. I usually think of benadryl for allergies or maybe an inflammatory reaction. Hmmm....
Let's see what others have to say.

PaLady

Tirzah
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   Posted 8/13/2008 7:45 PM (GMT -7)   
I haven't heard of Benadryl for nerve pain either.
Maybe he's just trying to rule out any other causes of itching.

I do know that it does help pain a little bit, though because I get allergic reactions to a whole bunch of meds & the pain does get a somewhat better when I'm on the Benadryl. Maybe there's something to that?
Anyways, my PCP has said it's not good to be on Benadryl long term, though, plus it can be really sedating -- but hey, if it works maybe there's a substitute they can use long term.

Keeping my fingers crossed for you,
frances

ladyred
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   Posted 8/13/2008 8:06 PM (GMT -7)   
Just looked up neuropathic pain anyone have a manual lol..got the jist of some of it.
 
I have been having some itching as well aroung my neck of late exp. with heat like from shower or heating pad.  Then I have the opposite reaction at times when I get the tingles I get cold and if I have a fan on because in SC its about 110 with heat index I actually get so cold in my upper body that my teeth chatter! So Im covered up top with 3 blankets trying to warm up and then lower body is sweating like no tomorrow.  I hate it!  But the itching is new this last few days for me.
 
Seems like everyday its something new!
 
Lara

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   Posted 8/13/2008 8:09 PM (GMT -7)   

Ps just wanted to second that you can get an allergy at any time to any med.  I have several allergies to antibodics and some of them new and have taken them all my life.

Took a sulfa last yr for a sinus infection and ended up in the hospital getting pumped full of tons of stuff because my throat closed up and I looked like the USA map the hives were that large and they were everywhere! IT sucked!

Lara


Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 8/13/2008 11:07 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi All:
Neuropathic pain is pretty serious. I think it's serious because of the degree
of pain in produces.
First the doctor said it was a problem with the nerve root (s?) and he said, "It
feels like someone pouring a pitcher of water over the effected part."
Mine doesn't feel like that at all. Mine is just that intense itching. When I start the
day out with the itching, I am so hobbled that I can't do anything but lie there.
Miserable. All day. Sometimes two or three days.
Sometimes I wonder if my pain doctor (The one who would put the pain pump in
me) knows every thing he needs to know. I worry.
My internist didn't know a thing about the itching.
Some days I just wanna ... oh heck.
PN
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