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I don't know if I've posted this, if I did, I can't find it, but some doctors will prescribe Tramadol/Ultram for IH headaches. The maker of Ultram has a warning about this. This drug is known to raise CSF in people, and is not to be used for those with head injuries, or people who have high CSF. pressures. I was given this drug.
if he trys to prescribe it again i will l him about this!! thanks.
It makes it hard to know for sure if we are even being treated right. Most docs haven't dealt with IH much.
It is good to balance your own research with the recommendation of your doctor. My own doctor wasn't even aware of this until I pointed it out to him, and he looked it up. now i know!!. You really do have to be your own advocate.
These Docs may be some of the best in their field, but I don't think this particular group has dealt with much IIH cases.
I was given this drug before I was diagnosed, and stopped after 1 dose due to the excruciating headache it gave me. 2 years later, after I was diagnosed, I read this warning, and it made such sense! So, if you've ever taken this drug, and gotten a worse headache, this is why.
I had a bad experience with it, I immediay got a severe headache, within like 30 minutes. You have to scroll down, but it says to use it with caution.
My daughter was getting them every 6 weeks and it built up again within two weeks. If the pain is not relieved it may be time for a tap. Luckily you have a gone a long time without one.
It makes me wonder if the headaches would be less if they were not taking it. Some people do take it, and say it doesn't bother them, yet they still have headaches.
Don't be afraid to push the docs. They are paid a handsome salary.
So, each person has to do what works, I just know that it was seriously one of the worst headaches I've ever had, so that is why I'm kind of hyper vigilant about it.
This drug is known to raise CSF in people, and is not to be used for those with head injuries, or people who have high CSF pressures.
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