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what is the strongest pain killer there is?

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Dr. James Marx
47 years experience Pain Management
General Anesthesia: Oral pain killers all are relatively the same in terms of effectiveness if taken in equipotent doses. There are some issues that complicate their effectiveness as some meds are metabolized differently and some individuals are more or less responsive to the medication. Also, the use of other medications may have the same effect. Some meds are more effective for neuropathic pain-the pain from nerves
Answered on Nov 7, 2018
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