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Unread 11-26-2010, 08:32 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by mrsD View Post
I don't agree about Parlodel. This drug has lost favor for chronic adminstration for other conditions.

This is the reason:

from http://www.rxlist.com/parlodel-drug.htm
true, actually i just mentioned parlodel as it was mentioned on i believe medscape as a treatmetn option, but amantadine is more used, adn what u said is why
dx: fatigue, eustachian tube dysfunction, esophageal motility disorder, neck spasm, , SOB at times, insomnia, anxiety.

fatigue, insomnia and neck spasm:under fibromyalgia

neurontin 300mg twice a day.
omega 3 fish oil, b complex,
acid blocker

need a better inhaler, albuterol causes too much side effects.

generally trying to find out what works for me
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