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Old 11-09-2007, 11:49 AM   #1
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Hi there,
My name is Alison, I am 12 years old and I suffer from RSD in my right arm/left leg.
I am currently on Tramadol and Lyrica to try and stop the neuropathic pain I am experiencing, however they are not working and my pains gone up.
Me and my mom have spoken to my Physiotherapist about this problem and she saws it could be that I am experiencing Withdrawal symptoms or my body may be tolerant to the medications. Is this common? I really don't know what to do, I am sick of the chronic pain.
I am also experiencing severe balance problems and poor co-ordination, is this a side effect of any of those drugs?
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Old 11-11-2007, 04:59 PM   #2
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I really dont think its the Tramadol but combined with the Lyrica yes. You should take one or the other. I have known many that cant take Lyrica , weight gain and dizzness
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I agree, probably the Lyrica. Lyrica is very similar in structure and action to a very cheap drug called Neurontin, so that may be a better option.
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I agree, probably the Lyrica. Lyrica is very similar in structure and action to a very cheap drug called Neurontin, so that may be a better option.
Neurotion can be expensive. Lyrics has lots side effects!
I know most drugs can cause tolerance withdrawals and increase pain if taken long enough at same dose.

I am tapering off Tramadol bc I got just those issues plus mood and fatigue!
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