Medication

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Yesterday my doctor gave me Methypedisone which after taking 3 pills the first day, I vomited after each in about 15 minutes. I immediately stop taking the rest. All day and today I have been in bed , sick to my stomach and only eating and drinking a little. I am also weak. Since yesterday I haven’t taken my Tramadol as I am so sick and really not in pain. I have only been on Tramadol for about a week.  Ima, wondering if I should just discontinue with it or resume taking it. Anyone have any knowledge or advice.

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    Nausea, vomiting, heartburn, headache, dizziness, trouble sleeping, ​are known side effects of taking Methypedisone​. Ask your doctor to change your medication.
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    What are you taking the tablets for exactly? I have no knowledge of methypedisone but have the same reaction with almost all pain killers. I have settled on Tramadol both for the last knee and this one. However I am permanently feeling nauseous with it I just manage to not actually vomit. Even water seems to react, but, without it I am in too much pain at only just 17 days past surgery. You have to force yourself to eat good, healthy food, lots of protein. I also try dry salted crackers first thing when I wake up before taking my first tablets.

    Its awful but it is only short term until the pain gets better. If you are not in pain then stop them all!

    good luck.

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      I stopped everything and just so sick until it is out if my system hoping it won’t last many more days. I am so frustrated as most medicines make me so ill, I just want to feel well and get on with recovery .
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    Consult your GP ifn in UK about pain management they are best placed to advise you . Hope it gets sorted soon!
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