I had a drug rash that presented itself like that, red lines on my chest and under my arms on the sides of my breasts. Eventually it started to scale and peel. You may want to have a doc see it because that bad bad scary allergic rash (I forget the name, but it can be serious) starts like that--oh Stevens-Johnson rash starts like that. You might check your elavil and other stuff. Tremors can be caused by tricyclics. Maybe a lower dose might help. I would call the doc that gave you the elevil or the pharmacist and see what they say, don't wait for it to come back. Some of those old medicines can cause parkinsons with time and that is not another thing to add to problems. Thats why I had to go off my, I was on for 15 years and was developing tremors. Some I can't take at all because they cause tremors right away. It might be a vascular problem too, so its worth having them look at it. I'm glad your feeling so much better and I'm sorry this weird new thing has developed. Again, might be liver-- with all the meds we are on it usually is it seems. Maybe you are getting some inflammation from a med and it is raising your blood pressure a little. I hope you feel better soon and don't forget to check with the doc right away. You might be able to avoid becoming allergic if you taper down to a half dose. I onlly took 1mg of imipramine and with my liver, it was like being on 25mg. Take care and let us know. Also, you might want to question the combination of the neurontin with the elavil, you may not need the neurontin if the other is working well.
--Doctors are men who prescribe medicines of which they know little, to cure diseases of which they know less in human beings of whom they know nothing.--Voltaire (1694-1778)
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