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Re: Cel/Well Gnshing Tth, Jaw Pain Buspar or Klonopin? Mitch

Posted by Simcha on January 8, 2002, at 10:23:04

In reply to Re: Cel/Well Gnshing Tth, Jaw Pain Buspar or Klonopin? Simcha, posted by Mitch on January 8, 2002, at 10:09:50

Thanks Mitch,

I also have restless legs during the day. I know they use Klonopin for that too.

Also, I think that a bite plate will not relieve the pain in my jaw. I do think it would stop me from biting my cheeks and my tongue. I'm just not sure that I could sleep with it in my mouth.

Thanks for answering. I know I can talk to my pdoc. He listens well. I've been reading about other possible treatments too:

Buspirione (This one could interfere with the Celexa as you said so I'm even less sure about this one)

Thanks for responding!

> > I've been reading about all of the options for this problem.
> >
> > I'm leaning toward Klonopin only because it seems to work fast and it is shown as very efficacious for this problem.
> >
> > Buspar seems to take 4 weeks and then it is a crap shoot as to whether or not it will work.
> >
> > My fear is that if I ask my pdoc about Klonopin, he might see me as a possible "druggie." I want the most effective treatment possible. I want to be able to eat without pain again.
> >
> > Does anyone have any suggestions.
> >
> > Please help. :-|
> They make these things you can pop in between your teeth before you go to sleep that *prevents* your teeth from being ground together. I think they use it a lot for kids who are taking Ritalin or other stimulants that grind their teeth badly. I seen some at the pharmacy I go to. I don't know if you can sleep comfortably with them or not. That way you wouldn't have to take any additional meds or change the ones you are on. I am not sure it would be very helpful or not. Do you grind your teeth during the day, too? If so it is probably the Wellbutrin. Klonopin would help. Buspar hits a lot of receptors and might interfere with how your Celexa is working.
> Mitch




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