-Thanks hun. A gentle hug is needed right about
-I'm not sure if I can handle percocet or anything strong like that. I'm very sensitive to these medications. It would probably knock me out for days, lol. Thanks for the response though. McJane:
-I have never tried a pain patch before. I tried the Lidoderm patch though for my rib pain and it made me feel funny. I'm just very sensitive to so many things. Ugh! Thanks though!Vin:
-Thanks for the info. I will google it and see what I find. If it's like Tramadol, I may be able to take it. Not Again:
-I have a full bottle of Vicodin in my cabinet. Actually, I have a few strong pain meds in there but I don't think I can take anything that strong. I'm so very sensitve to everything. My body would probably react to Vivodin like I was on Morphine or something like that. When I take strong stuff like that...it's like I've taken two pills instead of just one. It's like my liver is not filtering the medicine out like it should and it's just staying in my system the entire time. Martha's Vineyard:
-I think I will give Cymbalta a try. I think it would help me with the rage
and crying spells I have while on treatment. I'm so hoping it helps the pain too! Thanks for the
info. Raw Vegan:
-I have never heard of that. I will definitely look that up and research it. Thanks for the info:)Lyme:
-Oh no! I'm not driving myself. My husband will be driving me there. Thanks for being concerned about
that. Thanks also for the tip on coating my stomach. Maybe your way will work best. I try to eat and drink some milk when I take advil but my problems start hours later. It's so weird. Maybe it's my intestines? I don't know. Your way may work though. Sandwiching....I like that! lol. Thanks again!
Thanks again to everyone who took time out to reply and give me suggestions. I didn't think I would get this many. Im very appreciative!!
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