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Bloated or puffy feeling

I have a bloated or puffy feeling 24/7...
I am on 90 mg baclofen a day
1800 Gralise a day
60 mg. of oxycotin
60 mg predisone a day
Anyone else with similar effects
Also I feel heavy
I'm 5 11. 200. Pounds
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  • Mike, I felt this way when I was taking 800 mg ibuprofen 3 times a day. It caused terrible stomach pain and bloating, and really didn't help my pain anyway. I also felt/feel heavy, but that's most likely due to gaining 10 pounds since my neck pain began! I blame it on the gabapentin and can't wait to be off of it. Until then it's a necessary evil.
    ab1988
  • dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 13,527
    There is no one here who can give you the medical answer. We are not medical professionals or trained as such.
    You need to ask those questions to your doctor.

    Any answer you get here will be based solely on personal experiences. I think you owe it to yourself to get more formal answers, especially since this is disturbing to you.
    Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
    I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences 
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  • but as we keep telling you, you need to discuss these issues with medications and symptoms with your doctor. They write the prescriptions for them and you need to keep them apprised of any side effects or complications or increased symptoms.
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