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1765426 tn?1323524382
Prozac + Oxycodone = Negative Reaction for me
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?
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Have you heard about Hylands restful legs to help you with RLS ,
and drinking plenty of fluids. You have more time than I..just passing on what I've been told. I think you can get at GNC?

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Sorry..I read the other post that was started in 2009. Anyway, you do have Hylands..I hope you get some reprieve soon.
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1700643 tn?1464850282
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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1765426 tn?1323524382
Thank you all. just took an epsom salt bath.  not much there. I actually think the hylands has made it worse if that is possible. sux 2 be me.
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