Kicking log day 10:
After a very negative interaction with prozac, I had to cease 20mg oxycodone cold turk. Bad thing for me, couldn't wean down because if the adverse reaction which seems to have made my w/d longer resulting in fatigue, insomnia, horrendous migraines, restlessness, fever, nausea, and stage 4 - terminal RLS. Have decided to cut off my legs, but am now sure best way to do so. I am thinking maybe a circular saw, but fear that might leave me with soreness. Perhaps a cleaner way would be guillotine or rail car. Was wondering if anyone else has had a similar reaction with Prozac and Oxycodone?? Just spent 40 bux on pepto, hyland's, excedrin (migraine and pm.) Nothing really helping. How bout some cabernet?
RLS is rough if the highlands isnt helping I can only think of hot baths.Can u drink wine on w/Prozac?If so I would say give it a shot.btw I used excedrin for my headaches but it has a lot of caffiene in it which may makes the RLS worse.Not sure just a thought.
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