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    Welcome doctor
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    Wa alaykoum al salam wrb akhee,

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    Wa alaikum as salam, welcome.

    I was at the hospital on Saturday morning and they gave me an injection for nausea which sorta made me crazy... Before that I had a high temperature and was very slow in my movement, fifteen minutes after the injection I was rolling around the hospital bed from position to position trying to get comfortable, jumping out of the bed then jumping back in five seconds later, sitting in a chair for a few seconds then popping back up. I felt really uncomfortable and very agitated and I had all these wires connected to me (but not the machinery since i had just come back from the x-ray machine) which I ended up pulling off me. I also had a needle stuck in my hand which ended up getting bent...

    Anyway, what gives? I've never felt anything like that before? What's in this nausea injection that caused me to lose my head?
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    sounds like a potent stimulant
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRaf View Post
    Anyway, what gives? I've never felt anything like that before? What's in this nausea injection caused me to lose my head?
    I had the same thing happen to me when I took Panadeine Forte for the first time recently. Spent the whole night tossing and turning, even though I had a massive migraine and was exhausted. I guess it's the strength of the medication coupled with your body not being used to such heavy medication? That was my theory.
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    Welcome Doc !!

    Haha !!! You'll have all kinds of people asking for a diagnosis
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    Hmm... It could have been the painkillers. They gave me two tablets right before the nausea injection. In hindsight, it looks like Panadeine Forte but I'm not certain. Still, I've had a few tablets since, though (they prescribed some), and it hasn't affected my behavior. Not sure. Although it my case it lasted for about 10 to 15 minutes (although my reaction was very severe). In the end I found a position I was semi-comfortable and was asleep in five minutes.
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    Odansetron (Zofran) is used to treat nausea and vomiting -

    "The serious side effects of this medication include blurred vision or temporary vision loss (lasting from only a few minutes to several hours), slow heart rate, trouble breathing, anxiety, agitation, shivering, feeling like you might pass out, and urinating less than usual or not at all. Stop taking ondansetron and call your doctor at once if you have any of these side effects.
    Ondansetron may impair your thinking or reactions. Be careful if you drive or do anything that requires you to be alert."

    From http://www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/zofran

    And a few other sites mentioned similar side effects.
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    Welcome Doc to the forums Enjoy and care to tell us how you came to Islam?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuBMiSSioN View Post
    I had the same thing happen to me when I took Panadeine Forte for the first time recently. Spent the whole night tossing and turning, even though I had a massive migraine and was exhausted. I guess it's the strength of the medication coupled with your body not being used to such heavy medication? That was my theory.
    Do an allergy tests, Panadeine Forte and other medications with the active ingredient codeine I found out I was allergic to, my reaction was strange, I get fevers, hot and cold flushes, insanely itchy, agitated and antsy. So could be an allergy..

    Lol and to everyone else, I don't think Doc joined to be the AM nurse on call people
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    Welcome to the forum Doc.

    Is your egyptian from your fathers side? From Alexandria?
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    Salam everyone..

    Sorry I am on my (very long) busy shift so in a bit of a hurry but wanted to thank everyone for such a warm welcome..

    Quickly..

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    Welcome Doc to the forums Enjoy and care to tell us how you came to Islam?
    Muslim Princess...more like re-discovered Islam. Both my parents were Muslim born ( a Croatian mother and Egyptian father) but along the way abandoned it - from my understanding they were never religious, they went from the 60's socialists to completely turning their backs on Islam.. May Allah swt guide them back. I am trying my best and there is some progress. Our relationship is still not the best but I am always in touch with them.*

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    Is your egyptian from your fathers side? *From Alexandria?
    Almost right UmmRashid...Dad's family is originally from about 20km further North of Alexandria (Abu Qir)

    Salams everyone...
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    NRaf;
    Looks like you had a side effect from a group of medications called phenothizines most common brand names here are phenergan and compazine and they are known for what is called extrapraymidal syndrome.

    You should mention it to your attending physician

    Now... How about them Aussies? We have a good game if cricket at hand
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    As Salaamu Alikam Doc,
    Welcome to forums - hope you will enjoy it here.
    Were all a bit wacko so hopefully we can make you chuckle every now and then.
    You & Abdrahiem can be buddies both being in the life saving field.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    NRaf;
    Looks like you had a side effect from a group of medications called phenothizines most common brand names here are phenergan and compazine and they are known for what is called extrapraymidal syndrome.

    You should mention it to your attending physician
    That seems quite severe... I don't think my reaction was that bad. I was intending to mention it to the nurse but service was pretty slow at the hospital and by the time I woke up waiting for the results of my blood test / x-ray, it had already been two hours and it sort of slipped my mind.
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