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Jessi21
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   Posted 2/13/2009 12:09 AM (GMT -7)   
My doc just put me on methadone for my chronic pain. I thought it was gona be the answer  to all my problems but I feel kind of sick on it..and real drowsy all the time. I'm really hoping this is just the begining side effects and that in time my body will adjust. On the up side it really did seem to do the trick for the mysterious pains I had been experiencing.
Anybody have any experience in this area? please help!
 
Dx w/ UC 2000
J-pouch surgeries in 2002 - colon removed except for last tiny part of sigmoid & rectum which keep inflaming;
Currently in remission from August hospitalization and tappering off Pred. (now 2mg);
Currently battleing: Auto-immune disorders: Crohns-Colitis/IBD & Crohns-related arthritis; anxiety disorder; mild asthma (chronic bronch); & sideffects from Pred :(
Remicade once ever 4 weeks
Prednisone, Cymbalta, Klonapin, Famotadine, QVAR, Ultram/Tramadol

Jessi


straydog
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   Posted 2/13/2009 4:22 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Jessi, yes Methadone can be a very effective pain reliever for someone. We have some people on the forum that are on it and I am sure they will come along later. Nausea seems to be one of the things we get faced with when trying a new pain medication. Give it some time, if it doesn't clear up soon, then give your dr a call. Susie


Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 2/13/2009 5:59 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Jessi ~
I've been taking Methadone for two years or so. It does make me sleepy BUT if
I wasn't sleepy I'd be in terrible pain.
My doctor more or less gives me a choice of med. (I don't think Demerol is included
in this choice thing) I stay with Methadone. He thinks it's the best for pain and
actually so do I but I do continue to have pain. It will never go away. I don't have
"mysterious" pain.
Take Care,
Pamela

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Fibromyalgia,Bulging Discs,Spinal Stenosis,Scoliosis,Osteopenia,Chronic Constipation
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Methadone for Pain, Xanax for Anxiety, and more, of course.


Hello~Kitty
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   Posted 2/13/2009 9:37 AM (GMT -7)   
I was on methadone for several years and it worked great, but I gained 40lbs in the 2 years I was on it. I read that you also take Ultram, if your still taking it, dont take it with Methadone cause it can cause you to go into withdrawals while taking Methadone. Ultram is not suppose to be taken while your taking other pain meds, and I found this out the hard way. There are a few meds out there that cant be taken with Methadone, one of them being Fioricet, and I know theres a couple others but I cant think of it off the top of my head right now. But be very careful, and it can take a month or so before you feel the full benifets of Methadone, it has to build up in your body, and it is very easy to overdose on it. But it is a very wonderful pain med especially for the price, I actually started on it when I had no insurance for a while and a months worth of it was $40, but when I got my insurance back I decided to stay on it cause I loved it. But the weight gain is pretty common with it, espcially in the long run. I'm slowly starting to lose the weight now tha I'm off of it, but not fast enough.

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Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 2/13/2009 9:44 AM (GMT -7)   
Hello~Kitty,

It's great that you gave that warning about Methadone. It probably should
be a thread or something.

P

uniquelyme
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   Posted 2/13/2009 10:53 AM (GMT -7)   
Jessi21
I have been on methadone for a lot of years...too many. Just about everyone has the same problem at first..until you get on the right dose. You tend to nod off and feel sick, if not actually throw up. It will stop eventually so don't worry. You are not alone. And methadone really helps with my pain, but I take oxycodone 15mg for breakthrough pain as well.

What mg. of methadone are you on?

Me.
 
We are all in the same boat...unfortunatley it seems like it's sinking...
 
Rhonda
Post Lamenectomy Syndrome
Hemi Lamenectomy
Spinal Fusion
 
120 mg. Methadone daily
60 mg. Oxycodone daily
Lyrica as needed 

 


Jessi21
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   Posted 2/13/2009 11:24 AM (GMT -7)   
I take 1 5mg tablet twice a day. My docs were willing to let me go up to three times a day too if it wasn't helping much with the pain, which honestly, at this point, I'm confused on. The pain I experience is this wierd body ache that feels like its coming from my nerves (not muscle or bone ache) it kinda feels like what you go through when you have a real bad case of the flu. They told me I have opioid dependency (yes I have defiantly taken a lot of opioids in my life time) and that my body actually creates pain when I don't take them and thats what this pain I', experiencing is and that it won't go away on its own.
I'm so scared. Although I'm glad to hear that getting sick and sleepy the way I do is normal at first and that it will go away. But what if it doesn't and what if I need to switch meds? Won't it be extremely hard stopping/swtching this med?And weight gain?!?! That makes me want to cry! :(
Dx w/ UC 2000
J-pouch surgeries in 2002 - colon removed except for last tiny part of sigmoid & rectum which keep inflaming;
Currently in remission from August hospitalization and tappering off Pred. (now 2mg);
Currently battleing: Auto-immune disorders: Crohns-Colitis/IBD & Crohns-related arthritis; anxiety disorder; mild asthma (chronic bronch); & sideffects from Pred :(
Remicade once ever 4 weeks
Prednisone, Cymbalta, Klonapin, Famotadine, QVAR, Ultram/Tramadol

Jessi


Tony McGuire
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   Posted 2/13/2009 12:37 PM (GMT -7)   
Jessi21,

I take Methadone 5mg 3 times a day, but 2 pills morning and 2 pills night. Along with that I take 30mg Morphine (one each of those 3 times), which seems to bolster the Methadone.

I also take Cymbalta (60mg twice a day). I take it on top of Lyrica 150mg, three times a day.

The way the pain doctor explained it is the Lyrica is the main medication fighting the pain (neuropathy from diabetes), and the Cymbalta acts to make the Lyrica more effective. Same thing with the Morphine on top of the Methadone.

But I've only started with the intense pain in May 2008, and a pain specialist in November or December 2008 so others here can probably give you better details.

On the Methadone, I almost refusesed to take it. Being a substitute for heroin was the only way I had heard Methadone used. But the doc explained that it is a very common medication for pain. But each of us differ, so we had to test whether it would work for me (I had failed on several other medications and three nerve blocks before we got to methadone; the fentanyl patch didn't do a thing for me either).

I'm fairly big, 6'2"+ and 245lbs, so I've gotten different results. No sick to stomach or other startup issues, although MAJOR dizziness and sickness when I started on Cymbalta.
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Jessi21
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   Posted 2/14/2009 2:14 AM (GMT -7)   
At the moment I am having EXTREME stomach cramps. Its so easy to say that there is no way this much pain could possibly be normal - it feels like I'm being ripped apart inside - and yet some part of me is refraining from calling my doc (or at this point an on-call Doc or even the ER) cause it just might be part of the begining effects of the meth. I don't know.
Do you think that 5mg twice a day will do anything for my pain?? Not this pain I was just describing in particular, but just pain in general. Sometimes I forget why I'm even on it..I mean did we really need to go to this extreme? But then I remember my doc saying that they weren't just giving this to me as a pain med. Its suppose to help with a bunch of other things too. I was originally suppose to be on Suboxone though. Does anybody have any experience with that as opposed to methadone? And does anybody happen to know if Medical covers it??
thanks for all your help
Dx w/ UC 2000
J-pouch surgeries in 2002 - colon removed except for last tiny part of sigmoid & rectum which keep inflaming;
Currently in remission from August hospitalization and tappering off Pred. (now 2mg);
Currently battleing: Auto-immune disorders: Crohns-Colitis/IBD & Crohns-related arthritis; anxiety disorder; mild asthma (chronic bronch); & sideffects from Pred :(
Remicade once ever 4 weeks
Prednisone, Cymbalta, Klonapin, Famotadine, QVAR, Ultram/Tramadol

Jessi


Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 2/14/2009 4:00 AM (GMT -7)   
I don't think 5 mg. twice a day will do anything for your usual pain.

With EXTREME stomach cramps, you go to ER or call the doctor, for heavens sake.
I can't prescribe otc (Over the computer) It could be anything!

uniquelyme
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   Posted 2/14/2009 9:07 AM (GMT -7)   
 
 
You are on a very low dose of the methadone, not meth...I agree with Pamela that it might not help much with the pain at that level..Suboxone isn't covered here in Tn. and it's very expensive... They only give you like 8mg. at a time...maybe 2xdaily, but the people I know that take it say it does help a little...
 
The stomach cramps might be constipation...it happens.  Have you tried a stool softener?
 
I hope you can talk to your Dr. and find out what your other options are for pain relief...You may need to have the methadone increased until you feel more relief...I take 120mg. of methadone a day and sometimes I wonder if that's even enough!!!
 
Good luck, and I hope you feel better today,
Me.

 
We are all in the same boat...unfortunatley it seems like it's sinking...
 
Rhonda
Post Lamenectomy Syndrome
Hemi Lamenectomy
Spinal Fusion
 
120 mg. Methadone daily
60 mg. Oxycodone daily
Lyrica as needed 

 


Jessi21
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   Posted 2/14/2009 7:54 PM (GMT -7)   
turns out it was constipation...i think. I still feel the pain but difinitely not as much as last night. I know 5mg twice a day is real low, but if that is causing mr THIS much drowsiness, (can barely keep my eyes open all day) than what will more do?? I really do hope though these sideffects (or at least the extremeity of it) will fad in time and that I will see more effects of the med. I have an apt. coming iup in two weeks so I figure i'll wait it out and see how I'm doing with it then. This was supposed to be a temporary fix for me until they were able to get me on suboxone..IF its covered by my Medical. Even my docs say that they've had their patients tell them how much better it was than meth. Again, if anybody knows if its covered or not here in Cali, then please let me know. Otherwise, I would love to hear more about what to expect from the methadone. How long will I have to take it...do you think they plan on keeping me on it indefinitely?
Thanks guys.
Dx w/ UC 2000
J-pouch surgeries in 2002 - colon removed except for last tiny part of sigmoid & rectum which keep inflaming;
Currently in remission from August hospitalization and tappering off Pred. (now 2mg);
Currently battleing: Auto-immune disorders: Crohns-Colitis/IBD & Crohns-related arthritis; anxiety disorder; mild asthma (chronic bronch); & sideffects from Pred :(
Remicade once ever 4 weeks
Prednisone, Cymbalta, Klonapin, Famotadine, QVAR, Ultram/Tramadol

Jessi


pjs1
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   Posted 2/15/2009 8:52 AM (GMT -7)   
hi, just read everyone's take on methadone, wanted to give my advise. i am on a large amount and it has worked well for 2 years but then stopped working as well. doc is now switching me to other meds. watch out for the weight gain, it creeps up. i gained 26 lobs in 3 years and am hopeful when i go off it it will go down. does anyone know what causes the weight gain from it? love to all, pjsboca

uniquelyme
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   Posted 2/15/2009 9:02 AM (GMT -7)   
 
 
pjs1
When you take methadone you eat more sweets...why? I don't really know, but you do gain weight.  Also, there are a lot of things that Docs will tell you are not true...but take it from people that take methadone for a long time.... Watch out for your teeth, brush them a lot. and use that toothpaste that has calcium in it...If I can remember the name I will post it.  Also, take vitamins, and DO NOT DRINK GRAPEFRUIT JUICE...it will counteract the methadone...
 
Take stool softeners, not laxatives....take one every day to stop constipation...The sleepiness will wear off, and it's not because of the dose you are on, it happens at every dose.
 
Just be aware of what is going on in your own body, if something feels wrong write it down and talk to your Doc....
 
Methadone can be taken short term as well as long term, just keep it in your mind how long you want to be on it...For chronic pain it is indefinite...Good Luck, and I'll answer any questions you think of..
 
Me.

 
We are all in the same boat...unfortunatley it seems like it's sinking...
 
Rhonda
Post Lamenectomy Syndrome
Hemi Lamenectomy
Spinal Fusion
 
120 mg. Methadone daily
60 mg. Oxycodone daily
Lyrica as needed 

 


Jessi21
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   Posted 2/15/2009 9:26 PM (GMT -7)   
Me and PJs,
thanks for all your advise. What vitamin do you take?? I don't know whats safe and whats not with the methadone. My docs said that there was no cure for my pain so that pretty much answered my question as to how long I would be taking this for - no answer to it basically. What are the sideffects you guys experience? And I want to do some research and understand how it compares to Suboxone.
Dx w/ UC 2000
J-pouch surgeries in 2002 - colon removed except for last tiny part of sigmoid & rectum which keep inflaming;
Currently battleing: Auto-immune disorders: Crohns-Colitis/IBD & Crohns-related arthritis; anxiety disorder; mild asthma (chronic bronch); & Chronic pain
Remicade once ever 4 weeks
Methadone 5mg 2x daily(for Chronic pain); Cymbalta 40mg; Klonapin(as needed), Famotadine 40mg; QVAR,

Jessi


Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 2/15/2009 9:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Me ... O M G ... I thought grapefruit did just the opposite.
Every now and then I buy some and think Ahhhhhh. Relief. NOT! (I guess)

Jessi: I don't understand why your "doctors" say your body creates your pain on its
own when you don't take Opiods.

By saying that, I suppose they mean that you go into withdrawls all the time. Do
they know what they're talking about, girl? You have Chrohns-Colitis, IBD, and
Crohns-related arthritis. Those sounded painful! I don't really see how Crohns could
cause Arthritis - but I guess it does.

I hope the doctors aren't telling you that your pain isn't real. ( It sounds like it.)
How many doctors have told you that?

Why are you so afraid of switching meds? Have you heard that it is difficult to go
off Methadone? I take 120 mg. of Methadone daily and it definitely doesn't do the
job of keeping my pain down. We all have different pain, of course.

Your doctor's assistant will tell you if any med is covered by Insurance. (or medi-cal)
Pamela

Post Edited (Pamela Neckpain) : 2/15/2009 9:49:56 PM (GMT-7)


uniquelyme
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   Posted 2/16/2009 1:35 PM (GMT -7)   
 
 
Hey Pamela,
I think that Dr.'s mean that when we depend on opiates to get rid of our pain they fill up the pain receptors in our brain...then our own endorphins (our body's pain killers) have nowhere to go so they stop working.  Then when we finally stop taking opiates our body forgets how to
make endorphins on its own...then we have more pain...until we have been off of the opiates for a while, and our endorphins start working again...
 
And about the grapefruit juice...it really isn't good to drink it when taking methadone. I have researched methadone for several years and that is one of the first things I read.  Also, tagament will increase the methadone...don't ask me how, but that's what my Dr. told me.
 
Me. 

 
We are all in the same boat...unfortunatley it seems like it's sinking...
 
Rhonda
Post Lamenectomy Syndrome
Hemi Lamenectomy
Spinal Fusion
 
120 mg. Methadone daily
60 mg. Oxycodone daily
Lyrica as needed 

 


bamaskies
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   Posted 2/28/2009 5:48 PM (GMT -7)   

Hi Jessi21, I took methadone for almost 10 years. The only severe problem I had with it was dry mouth. In turn I had many dental problems and lost many teeth; even with constant dental care. Methadone finally quit working for me and I had to switch to another pain med. Wish you the best.

Frankie


all cervical disks removed and L4L5 removed. nerve damage from surgeries and nerve root blockage on siatic nerve in left leg.
chronic pain from failed back and neck surgeries. spinal stenosis, sciatica
depression
 
Look for the better times; they do come. God bless you. 


uniquelyme
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   Posted 2/28/2009 9:32 PM (GMT -7)   
bamaskies
If I might be so bold...what medication did your Dr. switch you too? I have been taking methadone for a long time and it just doesn't seem to hold like it used to. I also take Roxicet 15mg. 4xdaily for the BT pain. I really would like to get off the methadone and try something else as I am on the highest dose they will give, 120mg. a day.

Me.
 
We are all in the same boat...unfortunatley it seems like it's sinking...
 
Rhonda
Post Lamenectomy Syndrome
Hemi Lamenectomy
Spinal Fusion
 
120 mg. Methadone daily
60 mg. Oxycodone daily
Lyrica as needed 

 


Jessi21
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   Posted 2/28/2009 10:20 PM (GMT -7)   
My docs pretty much give me two options to these types of meds: Methadone or Suboxone. Right now I am on Meth, and we are in the process of seeing if my Medical will cover Suboxone or not with Doctor requests and T.A.R. forms. The main reason I've been thinking about switching is because of itching and little tiny bumps from the itching all over my body after I started the meth, of course. I've been on benadrill for the past two days to see if it will go away or not and the doc says that if it doesn't on the benadrill then its definitely from the pill itself. Also when I first started the meth I would complain of extreme fatique and it not helping much with the pain. Well, now, I'm more alert and its been helping OK with the pain - I think if we up the does just one, I will be ok on that. Sooo..not sure what to do now..continue giving methadone a chance, or just switch to suboxone..?

Meanwhile today I found a great naturalist who through a few tests told me I had severe problems with my adrenal gland, and gave me good enzymes according to what was acceptable to MY body, and I really have high hopes for this. I believe that the little things really have to do with the big things - like being diagnosed with Colitis/Crohns!

OH! QUICK QUESTION: Does anybody know if your colon grows BACK after you've removed it (or pieces of it)??????
Dx w/ UC 2000
J-pouch surgeries in 2002 - colon removed except for last tiny part of sigmoid & rectum which keep inflaming;
Currently battleing: Auto-immune disorders: Crohns-Colitis/IBD & Crohns-related arthritis; anxiety disorder; mild asthma (chronic bronch); & Chronic pain
Remicade once ever 4 weeks
Methadone 5mg 2x daily(for Chronic pain); Cymbalta 40mg; Klonapin(as needed), Famotadine 40mg; QVAR,

Jessi


Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 2/28/2009 11:10 PM (GMT -7)   
Uniquelyme:

I just found the link to Methadone information that you sent on 2/16.

And I simply HAD to have my grapefruit juice -- I knew I'd heard not to and Me
you certainly reminded me tonight.

Why didn't my doctor warn me when he prescribed the Methadone? He did mention
my weight gain! He should have told me the possible reason. Grrrrrr.

Why didn't my dentist warn me?

My warnings had to come from Cyberspace. The only place we can trust. Thank
you for the information, Me.

Pamela
MEDICAL CONDITIONS

Osteoarthritis all levels of spine right down to Coccyx,Spondilytis,Myofascial Pain
Fibromyalgia,Bulging Discs,Spinal Stenosis,Scoliosis,Osteopenia,Chronic Constipation
Carpel Tunel Syndrome, Attention Deficit Disorder,
Depression & Anxiety

Methadone for Pain, Xanax for Anxiety, and more, of course.


Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 2/28/2009 11:23 PM (GMT -7)   
Me:

I couldn't retrieve the infomation about Methadone.

Pamela
MEDICAL CONDITIONS

Osteoarthritis all levels of spine right down to Coccyx,Spondilytis,Myofascial Pain
Fibromyalgia,Bulging Discs,Spinal Stenosis,Scoliosis,Osteopenia,Chronic Constipation
Carpel Tunel Syndrome, Attention Deficit Disorder,
Depression & Anxiety

Methadone for Pain, Xanax for Anxiety, and more, of course.


straydog
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   Posted 3/1/2009 4:33 AM (GMT -7)   
Jessi no your colon will not grow back. Once its removed its permanently gone. Did your gi and surgeon not discuss this with you prior to surgery? I hope you are feeling better....Susie


bamaskies
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   Posted 3/1/2009 7:45 AM (GMT -7)   

Hi Uniquelyme

Like your name. Is very unique. I don't mind sharing that I now use the fentynal patches 50 every 48 hours with norco for breakthrough pain. I was on oxycontin and morphine but the stomach upset was too much for me. I take aricept to offset the memory problems that I was having. So far the fentynal has been very effective for me. Hope this helps.   frankie

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all cervical disks removed and L4L5 removed. nerve damage from surgeries and nerve root blockage on siatic nerve in left leg.
chronic pain from failed back and neck surgeries. spinal stenosis, sciatica
depression
 
Look for the better times; they do come. God bless you. 


Becoming undone
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   Posted 3/1/2009 10:49 AM (GMT -7)   
Pamela: Crohns is an autoimmune disease akin to rheumatoid arthritis...all that inflammatory stuff...it mainly sets our bodies to attack our GI systems, but it can be indiscriminate. For me, it is these extra intestinal symptoms that make it worse for me (the polyarthralgias and the liver dysfunction just to name a few...)

Jessi: Adrenal fatigue is common after taking prednisone for awhile. How have you been tapering down? Even people 6 mo later who were on the drug only a week, can have problems with adrenals after the prednisone. Me, I'm still on it 2 years later, and the biologics, though quite helpful, have not enable me to leave the stuff.

I feel for you. I have not had as much removed as you. (I only had anal rectal surgery and I still feel horrid.) Not only do you have active disease, but with removal, you have adhesions to think about too and the nerves they cut when they removed it.

I hope it works for you. I like the effect of the opiates on the GI as it slows it down (only have to go about 3x/day instead of the >10). I too would not know what constipation feels like. I know it is painful, but sometimes I just wish for a little back up.

I wish nothing but the best for you...
"The earth laughs in flowers"

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