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Postby Lartisha » 21 Feb 2023, 19:40

Hi
Due to not being able to get Diltiazem anymore in NZ specialist suggests I try Rectogesic. There is alot of posts re headaches etc.
I have some Diltiazem cream left from last year that's outdated so just started that yesterday.
Next thing is 2nd round of Botox in 3 weeks. God in never ends. Getting down on myself with the fissure.
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Re: Rectogesic

Postby Rich44 » 23 Feb 2023, 23:14

Lartisha wrote:Hi
Due to not being able to get Diltiazem anymore in NZ specialist suggests I try Rectogesic. There is alot of posts re headaches etc.
I have some Diltiazem cream left from last year that's outdated so just started that yesterday.
Next thing is 2nd round of Botox in 3 weeks. God in never ends. Getting down on myself with the fissure.
Is Rectogesic like Rectiv aka nitroglycerin? That stuff is an instant headache! What a surprise another round of Botox. It's a temporary solution. If you don't break the cycle of the fissure, the Botox will wear off and you'll be right back where you are today. To me it's a waste of time. Get the LIS surgery and get your life back like I did as my suffering is long gone so I'm just saying... My opinion of course! Good luck.
Fissure June 2014 - Oct 2020
Botox, skin tag removed - Feb 2015
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LIS, skin tags removed - Oct 2020
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