Central nervous system

What is Central nervous system?

Anatomically nervous system is divided into two main systems . 1 Central nervous system consists of the brain and the spinal cord. Brain has three basic functions : 1 Detection and processing of sensory information from inside and outside the body. 2 Orientation and control of movement which is brought about by muscle-action. 3 Brain is also the seat of consciousness and the mind is in some ways .

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does gabapentin interact with hydrocoton

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Brief Answer:
it may potentiate some side effects

Detailed Answer:
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these drugs may indeed interact and increase the potential for central nervous system side effects like dizziness, confusion, drowsiness, etc. This doesn't mean that you wouldn't be able to tolerate the combination. You...

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I want to know if there is drug interaction between buspirone tramadol gabapentin over the counter asprin or tylenol

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Brief Answer:
there are some interactions

Detailed Answer:
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there are some rather minor interactions between them. Buspirone, tramadol and gabapentin may cause drowsiness, dizziness and other symptoms that relate to central nervous system suppression when used separately. When used in...

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Spell of vertigo in November and lasted about a minute when I woke which left me off-balance and lightheaded. I went to a neurotologist yesterday cleared me from having anything related to my inner ear (he did rotary chair testing) and said its from my central nervous system... He referred me to neurologist... I feel like I'm moving but i am not... My neurologist doesn't know what it could be...do I have to worry if it is something bad

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Brief Answer:
Further tests are needed...

Detailed Answer:
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I have gone through your medical history carefully.

If MRI and MRA, and blood work resulted normal, then, there is nothing to be worried about. If there was anything bad, it should have been shown in the MRI or MRA.

If peripheral...

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How dangerous is it to mix alcohol with ambian?

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Brief Answer:
it depends

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first of all you must be talking about ambien which is zolpidem. Zolpidem is a drug that causes sleepiness. Alcohol may cause sleepiness (depending on the amount consumed). They are both central nervous system suppressants. Alcohol and zolpidem...

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Can you take Duloxetine HCl 60MG and Zyprexa 5mg together?

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Brief Answer:
there is no absolute contraindication

Detailed Answer:
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duloxetine and zyprexa are both central nervous system suppressants. Using them together may increase the risk for side effects from central nervous system suppression like alertness, mental capability, motor...

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Why do my legs and feet kick around sometimes when I am sleeping, but I cannot walk and use a wheelchair during the day?

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Brief Answer:
Spontaneous neurologic activity, or disinhibition.

Detailed Answer:
Hello and thanks for using HCM.

I have read your question and understand your concerns.

Spontaneous legs movements are noticed in patients where there is damage, or interrupted neuronal transmission between central nervous system...

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I am having a terrible panic attack because 6 and a half hours ago I took 40mg of Oxycodone and just 1 hour ago I took 1mg of Xanax and 1mg of Ativan I also took 60mg of Cymbalta 8 hours ago. I am so scared that I am going to overdose! please help me!

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Brief Answer:
probably not unsafe...

Detailed Answer:
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these drugs can be used together although the likelihood of adverse effects is higher than if used individually. The only thing that concerns me is the high (?) dose of oxycodone. If you've never used oxycodone before this is high......

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I just put these symptoms in! I'm tired, stumble a lot, confused with my words and familiar driving routes. It seems my mind has word but they come to me eventually. My sister has dementia at age 62. I have been diagnosed with chronic depression of which I have been under a doctors care since age 40. I have arthritis in lower back and neck.

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Brief Answer:
Neuropsychological tests for dementia

Detailed Answer:
I read your question carefully and I understand your concern. Given the diagnosis of dementia in a close family member and at an early age, your worry is understandable.

It is true that there are no routine laboratory tests for...

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what malfunctioning cell causes the syptoms in M.S. usually there is a protein, enzyme or organelle that isn't produced properly and how do the syptoms relate to the malfunctioning cell, protein, or enzyme

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Brief Answer:
Multiple sclerosis (MS) central nervous system demyelination

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Dear A.gros6644,

Thank you for trusting us in HCM with your question. I will answer your question to the best of my knowledge.

Multiple sclerosis (MS) results from immune system attacking the axons (wires)...

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My doctor kept me overnight after my day-surgery hysterectomy because she was worried about me having reaction to anesthesia / pain medication r/t PTSD. Didn't know this was something I needed to worry about (she didn't see I had PTSD till anesthesia pointed it out). Otherwise I was ready to go home (actually less pain than when I walked in - yea surgery was needed). Kinda glad later that she kept me because I started throwing up about 0200 the next AM.

Is it common for someone with PTSD to have poor reactions to anesthesia or pain medications?

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Problems related to central nervous system may interfere.

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for asking on HeathcareMagic.

Anesthesia paralyzes the central nervous system (CNS). So, any problem of the CNS, including PTSD can mess with the anesthesia or may precipitate associated problems....

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L3-L4 = Disc bulge with left sided protrusion resulting in severe narrowing of left lateral recess with protrusion abutting and moderately displacing the descending left L4 nerve root. Moderate-severe left sided neural foramenal narrowing. L4-L5 = Large extrusion extending inferiorly with obliteration of left lateral recess. Severe left greater than right neural foramenal narrowing. L5-S1 = Protrusion and left sided facet arthropathy with mild to moderate narrowing of the left lateral recess and moderate-severe left sided neural foramenal narrowing. My Dr. consulted with a neurosurgeon, and he reccomended oral dexamethasone taper with follow up in 2 weeks. Now 2 weeks out and my foot is still numb and tingling. What questions should I ask about next steps

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Dear Dr, my son have Jacksonian left sided seizures since he was 19 months old. He is 3.5 yrs old now. He had seizure attack 4 times since then. He is on Keppra n Trioptal medication... since last year may he is fine with the medications. My hubby who is 34yr old now, had 1 attack of seizure in last november. My question is is seizures hereditary? If we have another child, will that child also tends to get the seizure? If so means how much percentage of chances are there the other child also getting the seizures? Please waiting for the reply...

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13yr.male had head injury 3.6.12. Glasgow scale 4. MRI capilary haemorhages frontal and parietal lobes of brain. Now recovered and doing well, he is on eptoin and therefore feeling very drowsy. NO HISTORY OF CONVULSIONS. hOW LONG SHOULD EPTOIN CONTINUE?

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Hi my son suffers from epilepsy, he was taken off 800mg of epilim chrono as we were told his seizures would proberbly go away once he reaches puberty, the problem is his seizures have returned but he refuses to go back on the medication as it made him very tired and put on weight.

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I have a mild Giddines ( head mild dull and like rotating a bit and feel like balance not working) . i was in touch with ENT .. looks all clear mostly from there end ( still under medication ) may i know should we contact Neurologist or Ortho Or...

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