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I Need Advice On The Severe Leg Pain That I Experiencing. Injections In The Back For Leg Pain? Tramadol & Hydrocodone Together?

I Need Advice On The Severe Leg Pain That I Experiencing. Injections In The Back For Leg Pain? Tramadol & Hydrocodone Together?

I recently consulted with a different rheumatologist who sent me to a neurologist and a pain specialist. The neurologist wants to do a sleep study. My problem though is the pain in my legs. I also have pain at times in my shoulders and neck, and I have arthritis in my right foot at the base of my big toe which is hurting a lot lately. In the past I have taken hydrocodone, but my former rheumatologist switched me to Tramadol. I was taking 300 mg per day. The pain specialist allowed me to… read more

posted over 6 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I get alot of pain all over my body but leg pain seems to come out worse with flare ups. I go to a pain clinic weekly for shots, I'm on a butrans pain patch, and that all usually keeps me pretty settled, but for flare ups I take tramadol in between. This is pretty much the best and most (normal) I have felt since getting fibro. If you have a pain dr, talk to him about shots, and butrans pain patch. It's really changed me

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Try magnesium. When my legs and arms are hurting and being restless I take 3 400 MG magnesium. You probably shouldn't take that much to start. Hopefully it will help

posted 9 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Hydrocodone and ms voting work in high enough correct dosage and calm all the other fibromyalgia effects the ms voting calms the neurological system it is a net glitch

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I experience leg pain and bruising. I get injections from my Rheumatologist in all the tender or sometimes they are called trigger points in my Rhomboids, in my sciatica notch and my IT band, I get leg pain mostly in my left leg. I also have Osteo in both of my big toes that my podiatrist gives me and my shoulder doctor gives me an injection right into the insertion of the rotator cuff. They are temporary but that's my only option due to my GI doctor which I cannot take any meds for pain.

posted over 6 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Tonic water is good...I hate the leg pain and there are times it feels like all the nerves in my legs just want to jump out of your skin...crazy feeling makes you want to scream. Yes I take Tramadol and Hydrocodone low doses along with cymbalta and lyrica. Getting back epidural tomorrow.

edited, originally posted over 6 years ago
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