Jump to content
CrazyBoards.org

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'itching'.

The search index is currently processing. Current results may not be complete.
  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Stuff That Makes You Feel Like Crap
    • Bipolar Spectrum Disorder - The Pole Dance
    • Depression - Let a WHAT Be My Fucking Umbrella? (Sod You, Perry Como)
    • Self-injury - The Cutting Board
    • Personality Disorders - Fuck Off! No, Wait. Fuck Me Now!
    • Eating Disorders - Hell's Kitchen
    • Substance Abuse / Addictive Behavior - 8-balls, Highballs, Deal Me in One Last Time
    • Panic / Anxiety Disorders - What, Me Worry?
    • PTSD and Trauma- Duck and Cover. Again and Again.
    • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder - Click Here Repeatedly
    • Social Phobia - Behind Paranoid Eyes
    • Dissociative Disorders - Now where was I?
    • Schizophrenia and Various Psychoses -- Jesus Had a Twin Who Knew Nothing About Sin
    • ADD/ADHD - Could You Say That Again? I Was Listening to My Head.
    • Autistic Spectrum Disorders - What Part of English Don't You Understand?
    • Migraines and Other Headaches - Not Tonight, Dear
    • Neuropathic and Chronic Pain
    • Seizure Disorders - Shake, Rattle and Roll
    • Sleep Disorders - Perchance to Dream
    • Allergies: Benadryl? No, But I Have a Cousin Who Was a Dremel.
    • Hormone and Glandular Problems - How Do You Make a Hormone? Kick Her in the Ankle.
    • Not Otherwise Specified - Put your finger on your NOS, on your NOS
  • Meds and Other Crap That Make Life Tolerable
    • Anticonvulsants / Mood Stabilizers - Bodies A-Twitchin', Moods A-Switchin'
    • Antidepressants - If You're Crappy and You Know It
    • Cocktails - Medicated to the Gills and Floundering
    • Antipsychotics / Neuroleptics / Major Tranquilizers - The Acme Pill-O-Matics
    • Miscellaneous Medications & Miscellaneous Questions About Meds
    • Benzodiazepines - Take a Chill Pill!
    • CNS Stimulants - Warped & Wired
    • Side Effects - It Turned Me into a Newt! A Newt? I Got Better.
    • What The Hell is THAT? - Medical, Nutritional, and Lifestyle Alternatives
    • Therapy - The Other Half of the Puzzle
    • ECT etc. - Watt's up, Doc?
  • Crap You Read About
    • Academic Interests - Geek Out While You Freak Out
    • Books Reviews - Self Help and Otherwise
  • Life Cycle: Mate Spawn and Die
    • Family Feud
    • Parenting/Pregnancy/Childhood Issues - Nature or Nurture
    • Relationship Issues - Crazy For Loving You
    • Aging Issues: Hot Flashes and Hot Rods? Midlife Crisis, Menopause, and Beyond
    • Spirituality - Luminous Beings Are We, Not This Crude Matter
    • Grief, Death and Dying
  • Your Crappy Life
    • The Health Care System Sucks!
    • Law, Money, and Employment -- Send Lawyers Guns and Money
    • Technology Sucks! - Luddites Unite!
    • News and Politics - Next on Sick Sad World
    • People Suck!
    • Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Transgendered Issues - Out of the Closet and Out of Our Minds
    • Intro to Being a Crazy Student - Whatsamatta U
    • The Confessional
    • I've *Still* Got Issues!
  • Other Crap
    • Whatever
    • I Got the Good Stuff Here
  • Generic Forum Crap
    • Board News - Incoming Message from The Big Giant Head
    • Suggestion Board - I'm Sorry Dave, I'm Afraid I Can't Do That
    • New User Info - It's Not Easy Being Green
    • Introductions - Who The Hell Are You?
    • Moderators - Pay No Attention to the People Behind the Curtain
    • Test Board - Do Not Push the Big Red Button!
  • Coronavirus: Because You Don’t Have Enough Crap On Your Mind
    • I Need An Adult!: Where to Find Accurate Information
    • Has Anyone Told the Amish?: Covid-19 in the Media
    • Social Distancing: I’ve Never Felt Closer to You
    • Telemedicine: Is This Thing On? Getting the Most Out of Screen Time With Your Doctor
    • Oh, No, I Couldn’t... Well, Maybe Just One More: Hoarding. Or, uh, Being Prepared
    • Casual Everyday: How to Stop Watching Cat Videos and Get Some Work Done At Home
    • Absolutely No One Walked Into a Bar: Best of Coronavirus Humor
    • But I Need a Damn Haircut: When You Don’t Have the Virus, But You’re Still Falling Apart
    • Countin’ Flowers On the Wall: So Bored We Need a Board For It

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 4 results

  1. Hi, I'm new here and hoping one of you can help me out. I've taken Lamictal, 400 mg (max dose) for about 8 years. We added on Neurontin just 4 months ago ( 200 mg). 3 weeks ago I started itching. All over- even between my fingers. No rash but heat makes it worse. I've eliminated all obvious causes - lotions, shampoos, detergent, dryer sheets..so on. I've never been allergic to anything in my life (47). My Dr wants to titrate me off the meds, starting with the Neurontin. Last resort. Has anyone here had a reaction after being on a med for a long time ?
  2. Titrating up on week 4 on Lamictal (50mg). Mood is stable. Unfortunately I'm experiencing intense daily itching (legs/thighs/trunk) after taking it. I do not have any kind of rash at all...I'm also experiencing some Vaginitis :-( Will this go away after awhile? It seems I'm having a mild allergic-type of sensitivity reaction. My doc says to continue unless I get a rash. I am so worried that if this med doesn't work for me, I'll have to go with nothing. I've tried every class of medication and Lamictal seems to have milder side effect profile (apart from the possible rash) I refuse to go back on something that makes me bloat up & gain weight, causes more sedation, or requires regular blood testing for toxicity Liver/kidney problems. (Lithium, Depakote are no-goes for me.) I just don't know what I will do... to make matters worse, I've read several accounts online where people were on Lamictal for many months, and got the same intense itching, yeast infections, "burning sensation" a seemingly benign mouth sore (but no rash yet) and boom - it was the tip of an iceberg. She was admitted to a burn unit on life support and the situation was dire.
  3. I'd been on Topamax for migraines for several months (25mg - it worked). I started itching intensely - first my scalp and then my crotch. I didn't make the connection until I forgot my meds one day. The next day - no itching. At all. It was amazing. (The migraine sucked, but not itching was GREAT!) I forgot the meds a second time about six weeks later and, again, the itching went away suddenly like someone flipped a switch. (That time I didn't get a migraine.) I thought I could hack the itching, but it got so bad I scratched my scalp to the point of bleeding in my sleep. I told the doc I could not continue and she had me switch to Depakote that night (250mg, with the idea of titrating up). The first two days the itching backed off, then came back much worse than before. I also had intermittent intense burning sensations on my butt cheeks - so painful that I actually jumped up and ran around the house! Also, my toilet was full of blood every time I pooped. Six days after I stared, I stopped the Depakote. My doctor is only in one day a week so I could not reach her but I left a message. That was five days ago. I expected the itching and burning to stop. It hasn't. For a few nights I'd been able to stop the itching in my nether regions when I went to bed by putting ice on my crotch, but that no longer works. I woke up tonight with burning pain there and I'm currently in such pain that I can't sleep. Again, no rash. My scalp itches, my back itches, my outer thighs itch. I'm terrified that the depakote did something permanent. Have you had this happen and if so, how long did it take to go away after you stopped the meds? Is this permanent? Because I'd take the migraines any day over this! (Yes, I am calling the doctor tomorrow - but when I told her about the itching she didn't seem to think it was that big a deal so I'm concerned she won't take me seriously and will just think I'm being a baby.)
  4. Hallo, first of all, please excuse me for bad english. I am from germany and I translate all my symptoms into english, because I recognized that on english internetsides there are more people dicussing and speaking about seroquel withdrawal, than on german sites. In fact, on german sites, I cannot find a lot of information, there are more english sites, where I can find similar symptoms which I have by seroquel withdrawal. Ok, I don´t really know, if my symptoms are really caused by stopping taking seroquel. I took it for 4 years and I did not take any other medicine. Also today I don´t take any other medicine. After several therapies and rehabilitations I really feel healthy, phsyically solid. Also my contacts in the rehabilitaion confirmed it to me, my familiy and all the other people I have contact to. It is not, that I need this confirmation because I know and I feel that I am fine and stable. I just mention it, because some people scrutinize that I am physically healthy, because of my symptoms. I never had so symptoms before and I really feel so physically good as in a way never before. The reason I got seroquel was my mood changes. The doctors said that it woul help me- if I feel bad then I don´t feel too bad. It was good and I am thankful, that there are medicines like seroquel. I reduced seroquel in little steps from 400 mg to at least 50 mg and stopped taking it then one day, that is about four months ago. I reduced it with the help of a social worker, who made it with me after consultation with a doctor. The social worker works for a hospital and takes care for physically ill people. The last four months I had following symptoms: - scam - shivering, it begins in the morning, when i wake up, it often goes through my backbone and into my head - itching inside (!) my stomach and my brain - feeling like there is electricity on my body, prickling in my legs - headaches - feeling like there is pressure on my thorax - feeling like there is a lump in my throat - allodromy - often extremely tired, esspecially when I have this shivering inside. My sleep is ok, I recognize I have problems wiht fall into sleep but I can handle it and sleep well and long if I want to. When the symptoms got more and more extreme, I was in Italy for six weeks so I went to a doctor in Italy and he could not really help me. It got problems with my stomach and one day I ate something and got fever and chills. So I had to stop my travel and go to Germany. I could not eat something expect gruel for two weeks because I had the feeling my stomach breaks and my heart began to race, when I eat something, also the gruel. My doctor in germany says I have a gastritis and he said, I should take seroquel again, he thinks that I am nervous and so on... But -I am really not. My doctor knows me for several years of physically illness and now he don´t recognize that I am healthy in a way. I understand him, really. Its hard to believe for him. Everybody who gets out of a physically illness might know, that the doctors have prejudices or they put us in a drawer. Ok, I changed my doctor, got a gastroscopy, and there is no problem in my stomach. Also all the blood level tests, they are all ok. I don´t really know what to do. Today I can eat all again, but I still have problems with the same symptoms - headaches - shivering - electricity feeling in my body - lump in my throat - allodromy - itching - really bad itching inside my stomach and my brain. It is bad, I can´t do anything. The symptoms are not during all the day, they are coming and going, but really every day and one day more bad, one more less. I can´t really live with this symptoms, no. They are getting in a way better, it was worse last months, yes. I want to help me, so I am looking for help, also in the internet. Can anybody help me, tell me something? Have an idea? I talked to a neurologist, but when I mentioned Seroquel, he just said I should take it again. I never had such symptoms before, I don´t have any more problems with mood changes, I cannot believe that this is his serious meaning. That is the answer from the doctors? Taking the medicine again, also if you are feeling stable and there ist no physical problem? He saw me the first time, he made no real study of my body and thats it?! By the way, I also visit one of my contacts of one rehabilitation. He is a social worker and he and his team saw me every day for one year and three months. I made a professional rehabilitation where they helped me to get more stable and find a job. It was hard work and I learned a lot. The social worker knows me in a way, he talked to me every week for minimum one hour, often more. He said, that he don´t think that taking seroquel again is a solution. He also don´t really understand this thoughts. He encouraged me, that I always had a good self-assessment. And I did not ask him for his opinion, I only wanted to visit him. He confirmed me in what I am thinking. Oh, you can see by the last lines, I am in a way angry about the doctors reactions. So, I feel myself again in the last months, I feel better than before, but my body has now problems. And I don´t know how to help him. I eat healthy, I am a vegetarian and take care of it. I go out every day with my dog for an hour. I make things with my friends, it is all really ok and fine, but my body is ill I also went to a homeopath who thought of histamine intolerance but my doctor don´t want to test me because he sees no sign for it. But if I read of the symptoms in the internet, I see signs. And- there are also the discussions about seroquel and his effect on the histamine receptors?! Uff, sorry, I wrote a lot. and my english, oh no ;-) Do you think I have seroquel withdrawal for so long? Are that symptoms for withdrawal. Please I need help, what can I do? Bye and thanks a lot for answers Baba!
×
×
  • Create New...