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How to alleviate the strong pain of spondyloarthrosis in a patient suffering from high blood pressure, when acetaminophen doesn't work?
Other modalities: It is true that one may wish to avoid nsaids for back pain (if that is where it is), because of the side effect of of possible salt retention and increasing the blood pressure. Other approaches not affecting BP would be skeletal muscle relaxants, topical analgesics; acupuncture, physical therapy modalities. Sometimes a short course of steroid or opioid analgesics may be considered. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My date of birth is 2/3/45 accidentally took my friends 0.1 mg Clonidine. I do not have hypertension and take no meds except Xanax 0.5 mg what to do?
What is the safest painkiller for headache and backache especially for those having hypertension?best regard.
Analgesia: If you have chronic lumbago or tension headaches that cause an unacceptable amount of discomfort, I would start with the lowest effective dose of an NSAID, assuming you have no allergies to medications. Ibuprofen is one such drug. Acetaminophen could also be used, but it might exacerbate your blood pressure problem. Besides, ibuprofen has anti-inflammatory properties that acetaminophen does not. ...Read more
I have high BP and they gave me oxycodone/acetaminophen 325 for kidney stone pain is that safe for me?
Anyone: Anyone can develop hypertension. It becomes more common as we get older and there are certain risk factors like obesity that make it more likely. Most forms of hypertension are called essential hypertension, meaning the exact cause of the condition is unknown. For some people with hypertension, things like weight loss and exercise can help allieviate the need for medication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If pregnant, lots: If a woman has a history of hypertension in the past and the blood pressure suddenly increases, she needs evaluation by a specialist in hypertension and/or maternal-fetal medicine specialist. She might be developing superimposed preeclampsia which can worsen quickly placing the woman and baby at risk. Or she might not have that but may need medication change. Only expert evaluation can tell which. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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