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Allergic To Pain Killers
Is hydrocodone an anti-inflammatory in addition to pain reliever? Can i take it if i'm allergic to tramadol?
Allergic to nsaids and most narcotics; pain from inflammation & headaches alot. Tylenol (acetaminophen) isn't working. What natural or drug remedies will treat inflm?
Stop them from occur: Make sure you have migraines. The first thing i would do is look at what you are eating . Certain foods can trigger a migraine attack Your menstrual cycle can also cause a migraine attack If your migraines are coming frequently you may want to see a Neurologist . He can give you a medication to take to stop the migraines from occurring at all .They may even be able to diminish the migran ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can help severe tooth nerve pain until i can get to the dentist. Ibuprofrin and Aleve (naproxen) is not helping. Pain from tooth throbbing radiating to ear.?
Need help: There is only so much you can do for yourself. You most likely have an abscessed tooth. If you have a dentist, call him up for an antibiotic. Controlling the infection will knock the pain down. If not see urgent care or er, for medication until dentist can be seen. Do not hesitate. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Depends: Depends on type of pain. In general, tylenol (acetaminophen) and nsaids are first line. Just because on NSAID does not work does not mean another one wont work. Caffeine can help with pain too. Heat is also good for muscle pain. In the end, you need to find what works best for you. ...Read more
Good question.: Medications, called, nsaids of which Aspirin is the best known, work by directly blocking an enzyme, called cox, cyclo-ogenase, which its products produce the 'ouch', swelling, reddening, increase in temperature at the site of injury. Also known as rubor, calor, dulor, tumor. ...Read more
Taking Ms Contin (morphine) for chronic pain. I'm allergic to it. Can you suggest an alternative pain medication other than oxy, perc, vicodin?
Herbs: Medicinal cannabis if it is legal in your state is an alternative to narcotic pain medications. Also eating a more alkaline diet my help. Acupuncture. Deep meditation. There are various herbs but this is not my specialty. Recommend following up with a pain management specialist and/or homeopathic specialist. There are also doctors of natural medicine possibly in your area. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain medication: There are many pain medications depends on each painful conditions. For nerve pain, we have anti-seizure medications, tca .... For muscle spasm, we have muscle relaxers such as cyclobenzaprine, tizanidine ... For inflammation, we have nsaids, steroids ... For general pain, we have tylenol, (acetaminophen) opiate. Percocet is a powerful opioid, but there are many other opioids. ...Read more
Pain killers painful: There is something called opiate induced hyperalgesia. This means that taking opiate pain killers for long time causes increased pain sensitivity. Gradually tapering off the medication may help. My advise would be to seek a non-drug solution to your pain such as interventions done by a qualified pain physician. ...Read more
Several choices: Although Nucynta, an opioid, is approved for diabetic nerve pain, many other choices work well. Gabapentin, Lyrica, Horizant, Grailse, Cymbalta, Savella, (milnacipran) and even a potent muscle relaxant such as tizanadine, or Amrix. If pain mainly localized, could try a Lidoderm patch. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check stool color to: make sure it is not tarry black indicating ulcer bleed. You must call your doctor to help you manage this medically as you may be past the stage of DIY remedies, and need to protect against the consequences of the ulcer. Plus, you may need further work up for H. Pylori, and small bowel dysbiosis. Make sure to hydrate. Go to the ER if still in pain for IV and further medical triage. ...Read more
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