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OP likely helps. See Drug Side Effects. by larx ..... Oil Pulling & Oil Swishing Forum

Date:   4/16/2007 12:04:48 PM ( 14 years ago ago)
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I just posted "What to Expect from OP, Based on Survey Results" last night at

Also, I suggest you see an alternative doctor or a chiropractor. You may be suffering from side effects and drug interactions of your dangerous medical drugs. Below I list some of the side effects of Dilantin and Paxil. Many drugs these days need to be weaned from gradually.

The best directories of alternative doctors that I know of are:
[Type in HOLISTIC and your city].

A doctor at the Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential near Philadelphia wrote a report for doctors and parents of brain-injured children called A Bill of Particulars on Seizures and the Discontinuance of Anti-convulsant Drugs, in which he showed that, on a normal good diet and without any drug intervention, seizures naturally reduce in severity after each occurrence until they no longer occur at all. During seizures, healing seems to be occurring, as he noted that brain function often improves considerably immediately after a seizure episode. Anti-convulsive drugs appear to act like a dam across a stream: they suppress healing, so seizures become less frequent, but they become progressively more severe. Other drugs act similarly, such as pain relief drugs which may make headaches less frequent, but progressively more severe, so that a dependence is created.


__Central Nervous System: usually dose-related.
.Often: nystagmus, ataxia, slurred speech, decreased coordination and mental confusion, Dizziness, insomnia, transient nervousness, motor twitchings, and headache
.Sometimes: dyskinesias
.Long-term: peripheral polyneuropathy
__Gastrointestinal System: Nausea, vomiting, constipation, toxic hepatitis and liver damage.
__Integumentary System: measles-like and other rashes sometimes accompanied by fever. Other more serious forms may be fatal: dermatitis, lupus erythematosus, Stevens-Johnson syndrome , and toxic epidermal necrolysis.
__Hemopoietic System: sometimes fatal: thrombocytopenia, leukopenia, granulocytopenia, agranulocytosis, and pancytopenia with or without bone marrow suppression, anemia: usually respond to folic acid therapy. .Lymphadenopathy, including Hodgkin's disease
__Connective Tissue System: Coarsening of the facial features, enlargement of the lips, gingival hyperplasia, hypertrichosis and Peyronie's disease.
__Cardiovascular: Periarteritis nodosa.
__Immunologic: Hypersensitivity syndrome with fever, liver dysfunction, etc
__DRUG INTERACTIONS: tricyclic antidepressants may precipitate seizures

Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Stevens-Johnson Syndrome is a serious medical condition commonly caused by an allergic reaction to drugs. The drugs associated with Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) are Antibiotics (penicillin and sulfa's), anti-convulsants, and pain relievers. Prescription pain relievers, such as Bextra (valdecoxib), Celebrex (celecoxib) and Daypro, as well as over-the-counter pain relievers, such as Motrin, Ibuprofin, Children's Motrin and Advil, have reportedly been associated with Stevens-Johnson Syndrome. Cocaine has also recently been added to the list of drugs capable of eliciting Stevens-Johnson Syndrome. SJS can also occur in response to infections or illnesses. Twenty-five to 50% of all cases derive from unknown origin.


* Apathy, Loss of empathy, Flattening of emotional response
* Nocturnal salivation and teeth grinding
* Pupil dilation
* Nausea, Drowsiness
* Headache
* Muscle weakness, Muscle ache
* Changes in weight and appetite
* Reduced libido
* Involuntary muscle twitching
* Restlessness
* Rash, itch
* Sodium depletion, Sweating
* Initial Depression and anxiety
* Nightmares, Suicidal ideation and/or Suicide, Schizophrenia
* Uncharacteristic aggression (especially in children and teens)
* Uncharacteristic risk taking
* Serotonin syndrome:


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