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LAPD Investigate 8 Drugs in Brittany Murphy’s Death

Did Prescription Drugs Cause Her Symptoms-

Did the Combination Kill her?

Did she Overdose?

Mystery of Brittany Murphy’s Death-

Politicol News Investigates Brittany Murphy’s Death

December 22, 2009 7:00 p.m., LAPD have found over 9 prescription drugs at Brittany Murphy’s house while investigating the cause of death of the young actress of an apparent heart attack.

Brittany Murphy Died -Drug Interactions SuspectedBrittany Murphy Accidental Overdose?  Or was it a combination of very powerful drugs that are restricted in use similar to Michael Jackson’s death. The LAPD Coroner’s office has completed an autopsy on the body of Brittany Murhy and the results will not be released for one month.   The investigation also included a toxicolgy report which will be made available to the publin ina  few weeks.

The speculation is that Brittain’s home contained over 10 prescription drugs but some flaky doctor has submitted that she died of the H1N1 Swine Flu which is laughable.  The overwelming evidence is that she died of a combination of prescription drugs that were very powerfully addictive like Vicoden.  Murphy’s physician will be interviewed as well her medical history will be explored to identify who prescribed the deadly prescription drug mixture.

Again after the death of Michael Jackson in July we have another celebrity dead of prescxription drugs that are often on the list when it comes to a celebrity death.  The drugs found in Murphy’s home include prescription drugs such as:

Topamax is a drug that prevents antiepileptic seizures and migrane headaches. The side effects are fatigue, abdominal pain, flu like symptoms, nausea,  dizzyness, mood problems, loss of co-ordination, slowing of movements,  viral infecdtions, skin disorders, weakened reflexes, and urinary incontinence.  Why was Brittany Murphy taking epileptic drugs when she did not suffer from epilepsy that anyone knew about in her public appearances.

Methylprednisonlone is a man made steroid – or corticosteroid that modify the immune system,  and block inflamation, is prescribed from anyone for rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease of the bowels.

Fluoxetine- or PROZAC is a anti-depressant, for panic, anxiety, major depressive disorders,  bulimia nervosa,  and obsessive-compulsive disorders.  Prozac side effects are  linked to suicide. major depression, and taking this drug actually makes depression worse.

Klonopin a benzodiazepine that affects the brain and used to treat seizures, akinetic disorders and panic disorders. However studies show it is only effective in 30 % of patients with 70 % not responding at all and causes significant liver disease.  Warnings: Konopin can produce : CNS depression and also affects mental awareness and can also produce birth defects in pregnant women.  Caution is indicated with patients with kidney disease as this drug can cause kidney damage.  This drug also should be used with caution for people that have impaired breathing or respiratory illnesses.

Ativan or Lorazepam as it is also called,  is prescribed for people with anxiety and is a sedative in the benzodiazepine class of drugs similar to valium or xanax to help with panic disorders.  This drug is addictive in nature and when stopped too quickly can result in seizures and the side effect is : depression.

Vicoprofen prescribed for Fibromyalgia pain and is a tri-cyclic anti-depressant and how this drug works is not clear on its affects on the brain.  This drug is used as a sleeping aid, depression and for migraine headaches  but it  is not approved by the FDA for any of these uses.  Whomever the doctor was that was prescribing this drug – it was not an approved drug for Murphy’s symptoms.

Propranolol side effects of propranolol is a racing heartbeat, and this drug is prescribed for again migraine headaches but in this literature we find that the drug increases migrane headaches which can become a constant daily event which makes them worse.  (click on link for more information).

Biaxin or Flagyl as it is called is also a synthetic antibiotic prescribed for bacteria, and parasites  in particular Giardia.  This drug causes nausea and if taken with alcohol causes vomiting and should be avoided with people with liver diseases.  Biaxin or Clarithromycin  is used to treat bacterial infections such as chlamydia.

Hydrocodone or Vicodin should not be taken by people with a heart condition because it causes heart problems and can lower blood pressure. Some doctors prescribe this drug for pain when other pain drugs can be used such as ibuprofen.   Hydrocodone or Vicodin is a synthetic opiate made from opium, codeine and thebaine.  Vicodin is not prescribed for long periods of time due to the fact that it is a narcotic and is usually prescribed for pain.  Vicodin is highly addictive and even though the literature we researched says ” it reacts well with anti-depressants, anticholinergics, and anticonvulsants these statements are made by drug company’s to sell more drugs.  It is very dangerous for any person to have all these drugs in her system and especially a very thin women who weighs very little.  Vicodin side effects are> nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, dizziness and light headedness.

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NOTE: Vicodin Drug Interactions: Source Pain Emed TV.com

Taking certain medications in combination with Vicodin may result in dangerous (and even life-threatening) complications. These Vicodin drug interactions can increase your risk of side effects, such as difficulty breathing, memory loss, and drowsiness. Other interactions can also cause liver damage or even death. Alcohol, antihistamines, antipsychotic medications, and barbiturates are among the medications that can lead to Vicodin drug interactions.

Over 10 prescription drugs were found and again we have doctors over prescribing drugs to celebrities and the stories are the same -a mixture of these drugs caused death.  It is obvious she did not die from the vitamins and more than likely she was “over prescribed” causing her ultimate death.

Weeks before Brittany had been suffering from shortness of breath and symptoms of stomach pains.  There are no confirmed results yet, but the toxicology report will reveal the drugs which made it into her tissues before determining the actual cause of death.   Police have ruled out “foul play” as there was no trauma to the body.

In our estimation Brittany Murphy died of “over medication from prescription drugs” which were easily available from her doctor and she was aided by the person’s who allowed their names to be used to obtain these drugs.  In the short of it prescription drugs are killing people because their are no controls on obtaining these drugs especially Vicodin.

Whether Brittany was not getting relief from her doctor and took matters into her own hands to obtain prescription drugs by asking her mother or husband to get them for her -she was still playing with deadly drugs.  Perhaps her pain was great but perhaps the side effects of each drug as you can read here, caused the side effects she was seeking relief from in the first place. Several of these drugs make symptoms worse and do nothing to prevent the initial complaint

This calls for much needed legislation to control the sale and prescription of drugs and also for a national system that records each drug a person is prescribed to avoid these deaths in the future.   Again Brittany Murphy-like Michael Jackson took an overdose of prescription drugs and this will continue until we have laws to protect people from popping pills all day long.

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