Hello and welcome to the forum. Someone else posted the same thing awhile back and I am not sure what they said about this one but there are plenty of informed people here so I am sure someone will have an anwser for you shortly.
LONG_TIME drug user i was~~~~I have been on Suboxone since dec.(wonderful med) have ADD also so the doctor put me on Provigil a month ago.for the ADD and my lack of energy. I have noticed for the past couple of weeks that my hands and feet are swelling.I went to a regular M.D. and he put me on a diuretic to get the fluid off, but i did not reveal to him the meds i am taking, ONLY my psych. knows, but the fld. pill is not getting rid of the excessive flds i am having more in my feet and ankles. Has anyone who is on either/or one of these meds notice fld retention. For sure i do need to have a liver study, i did have a kidney test done with no signs of renal failure. All those yrs of abuse i feel is catching up with me.I am praying that this(edema) will resolve!!!!. for once i am content and really enjoying LIFE. without depending on "happy-pills" All i can think of is the way ELVIS looked (the drug puff)```------WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER--THANKS FOR ANY INPUT---AND ESP THIS FORUM -A GOD-SEND IT IS TO KNOW THAT I AM NOT ALONE.KEEP THE FAITH--LOVE FROM ALABAMA
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