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Suffering from asthma, arthritis, sciatica, depression, anxiety, back pain. Taking venlafaaxine, solpadol. What is going on?

Hi I m a 40 year old female, suffer from asthma, arthritis , sciatica , depression & anxiety. Take meds venlafaxine , quetiapine , solpadol, diclofenic, Robaxin, dyhidracodeine. Have pain in right shoulder blade, radiating down arm & across my chest & down my right side. Feel exhausted as if I m not getting enough oxygen. Have had to just sit but it is still uncomfortable. Morning are bad anyway. Have severe pain in my back & mobilizing is hard. Thanks in advance for any information you can give me . Kay
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
all these are side effects of medicine you are takling

but if you have to take medicines you get checked your blood gas analyses
like oxygen and nitrogen and carbon di oxide
You also get your sleep studies which tell the level of oxygen in your blood in 24 hrs
after the test reports i can guide you further
Answered: Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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