About Me: Female, 37, Brisbane, Australia, member since Jun 2012
33yr old Mum of 10 yr old boy who suffers from polycystic ovarian syndrome, depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, mild asthma, degenerative disc disease and sciatica due to multiple bulging discs pressing on nerves.
[More] Have been on Aropax since I was 18 and really wants to come off it although I have found it impossible to in the past due to atrocious withdrawal symptoms even when cutting down my dose slowly. Recently have started taking endone (20mg daily) to help with sciatica pain. Was prescribed Norspan patches recently (10mg) to replace the endone as it is found to be more effective and manageable witht the pain. Am curious to know the effects of these drug interactions as I tend to suffer from high anxiety at times and seem to have a low tolerance to analgesic medication. Would like to talk to others who are on the same medications and are experiencing similar problems or any side effects with this drug combination. Effects I get from long term use of Aropax include, jaw clenching, sexual dysfunction, sleep disturbance, speedy like feeling at times, eye sensitivity to light, jittery at times.
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