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Do Painkillers Cause Constipation
See below: Check with your doctor to be sure you can use these medicines safely, particularly if you have kidney disease. Heavy or long-term use of some of these medicines, such as ibuprofen, naproxen, and higher dose aspirin, can cause chronic kidney disease known as chronic interstitial nephritis. The warning labels on otc analgesics tell you not to use these medicines for more than l0 days for pain. ...Read more
Many: Best to discuss with the Dr. who would be prescribing them for you. Ibuprofen is an nsaid painkiller the would not cause weight gain and the Benzodiazapine class of anti-anxiety meds do not particularly cause weight gain, etc. Discuss with your Tx Doctor, best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No relationship: If you want to take it for a miscarriage to occur, don't do it. ...Read more
My breasts cause me intense pain at the end of the day when I take off my bra. Painkillers don't work, is there a solution to this issue?
Life mods,not meds.: if this isn't cyclical with your periods, might be as simple as wearing the wrong size bra. If you can, be sure that your bra fits right- most department stores have a fitter. Avoiding caffeine and processed foods (things with salt, sugar, artificial stuff) may help. Exercise daily (wear a good sports bra!), and then removing your bra as soon as you get home/don't need it may help. see your doctor ...Read more
I have heard that redheads are resistant to pain killers and need more anesthesia. Being a redhead what can I do cause painkillers do nothing for me?
BS: Tihs is simply not true. hair color has absolutely nothing to do with one's response to pain killers. ...Read more
What could cause a very severe headache across the front of head not relieved by painkillers but relieved by pressing on the area?
Tension headache: Headache can occur as a result of many conditions, and further assessment by a specialist should be considered if symptoms persist. Relief with direct pressure may indicate muscular tension as being one of the many causes, however, again, this can be accompanied by other conditions. Regardless, if symptoms persist then consultation with a neurologist or headache specialist is advised. ...Read more