Citalopram for Pain (back) treatment

We have 1383 consumer reports for treatment of Pain (back) with Citalopram. Pain (back) used in 0% of cases.

Patients statistics on Pain (back) for Citalopram

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
136.69
152.12

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 10″

Average age
54
70

Citalopram Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 1383 reported about Pain (back)

  1. Shelia R. Camp says:
    3.0 rating

    Citalopram for Thyroid dysfunction; Pain (back); Borderline; Sleep disorders; Depression

    I tolerate Mydocalm relatively well. I do NOT take it regularly, but only in acute cases. In addition, take other medications, but for back pain, generally Mydocalm. Now and then a certain amount of fatigue sets in, which is certainly also dependent on the shape of the day and the other medi’s. I take citalopram for almost 1 year and am very satisfied with it. I have no side effects. I’m still skeptical about zopiclone. Meanwhile, I can not sleep without Zopiclon, I feel the next day usually a little blown.

    Side effects: No side effects
  2. Daniel L. Petty says:
    3.0 rating

    Citalopram for Pain (back); High blood pressure

    For all of the drugs I have a side effect particularly noticed namely weight gain. I have in the 3 months 10 kg increased. But otherwise I can only recommend them except citalopram because I know nothing of side effects.

    Side effects: Increase in weight
  3. Carlos G. Simonton says:
    2.0 rating

    Citalopram for Pain (back)

    Citalopram gave me a terrible depression for 2 weeks. Before, I did not know what depression really was.

  4. Belinda D. Lareau says:
    3.5 rating

    Citalopram for Pain (back); Nausea; Sleep disorders; Depression

    I have been taking Palladon Retard 8mg for 2 years as a permanent medication & amp; Palladium 2,6mg (up to 4 capsules, after consultation with my pain therapist) if needed. Not even in the first few weeks after the start of intake, very serious side effects occurred. The only are digestive problems (constipation) but I have very well with psyllium, whole grains, dried fruits and of course a lot of drink. The only thing that really bothers me is my libido loss. Since I also got a depression a year ago, my doctor gave me, after previous contact of a psychotherapist, the drug Citalopram. She prescribed me 1×1 in the morning and then I should dose myself higher if I realized that this dosage would not be enough for me. In the first weeks I was totally knocked out and tired and I had to force myself to get out of bed, but when this was over I started to feel really good. Today I take 2 Citalopram for several months in the morning and I can cope with it without any side effects. I have been very bad at Ein & amp; By sleeping. Wake up several times a night and can not fall asleep again was part of my everyday life. Accordingly, then was my mood, mood as well as my desire for my husband. A friend I complained of had the same problem and she took Doxipin 50mg. She gave me three tablets so I could try them over the WE. Then I took half a tablet on Friday evenings and I was able to fall asleep pretty well and (which joy) also sleep through. Saturday and Sunday the same. On Mondays I am then to my doctor and have told her about this weekend and she has then also written me a pack of 100 Doxipin 25mg. The 25mg lost their effect after over a year, so I took two and got to sleep again. At the next prescription my doctor told me about it and she also approved it. I also tolerate the doxipin without side effects. Because of my crooked spine, I have a lot of heavy and painful muscle tension, so I’ve been taking Tetrazepam (Musaril) every now and then for more than 30 years and I still have the best experience with it. Of course, on days when I take the tetrazepam I leave the doxipin off. Even with this drug, I have no side effects. Since I often had a headache as a child, wrote me my former HA Novalgin (Novaminsulvon) against it. To date, and now over 40 years old, I still manage very well and have not had any side effect in the years. MCP drops & amp; I always have MCP suppositories in the house. Should I feel sick, because I accidentally overdosed myself (and only then I feel sick or I have to spit) then at least I have help for an emergency. Personally, I am very good with all medicines and I am grateful that they are there for me. Without these meds my life would not be so worth living. I can only recommend it to anyone. Now I want to say something to my family doctor and to my pain therapist: They trust me and they know that I would never operate with the drug abuse. Dewegen also often leave the decision to me to dose higher. Both say again and again that I know my body the best and could assess and dewegen leave me a lot of free hand. I am very grateful to them. Thank you for reading this long and I hope I could help you a bit. Biggi