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How fast can I make my chronic pain go away?

How fast can I make my chronic pain go away?

Treating pain: Treatment for chronic pain will vary depending on the cause which can be from an injury, inflammation, disease process, cancer, trauma, congenital malformations, etc. Treatment is best done with a holistic approach using pain medications as well as yoga/tai chi, acupuncture, rolfing, feldenkrais, therapy and changing your perceptions to pain and disease. ...Read more

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Dr. Laurence Badgley
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Chronic Pain (Definition)

classic definition is pain older than 6 months. More recent definitions: Pain beyond the normal healing period, pain associated with psychological impact. Any pain that started as acute after and injury to surgery, but continues beyond the healing ...Read more


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What would u say is the best medication for fibro type symptoms is with the least side effects? Also does chronic pain or fibro ever just go away

What would u say is the best medication for fibro type symptoms is with the least side effects? Also does chronic pain or fibro ever just go away

The best is you.: The best medicine is to work on becoming well. Normalize your sleep, eating, exercise, learn to breathe through the pain, and seek joy in the moment. Surround yourself with loving positivity, and learn to separate who you are from the way your body feels. You can make pain go away, but since we do not know what causes the conditions, we have no cure. Your mind is the most powerful medicine. ...Read more

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Listen up please chronic pain that wont go away they say body can heal it self well that's not working is there any type blood work to see ?

Listen up please chronic pain that wont go away  they say body can heal it self well that's not working  is  there any type blood work to see ?

Holstic approach: The body can heal itself from many but not all problems. It's crucial to find the source of your pain. You should have a comprehensive evaluation including appropriate blood work.You will likely benefit from a holistic approach including nutrition, herbs, homeopathy, acupuncture, electromagnetic treatments like frequency-specific microcurrent, prolozone, mind-body approaches etc. http://www.abihm.org. ...Read more

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I have been in chronic pain for 10 years. Can it just go away? I have a doctor who says it can after surgery.

I have been in chronic pain for 10 years. Can it just go away? I have a doctor who says it can after surgery.

Second opinion: The information you provided is vague but typically aggressive interventions such as surgeries are cautioned against due to lack of scientific support. Get a second opinion from a pain specialist. ...Read more

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I had FESS procedure done yesterday morning and have had chronic pain behind & above my eyes that will not go away. Is this normal?

I had FESS procedure done yesterday morning and have had chronic pain behind & above my eyes that will not go away. Is this normal?

Probably: Pressure, plugging and pain are common post-op after functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS). Severe or worsening pain, clear watery drainage, excess bleeding or any visual changes should prompt immediate follow up with your surgeon. ...Read more

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Is chronic pain syndrome caused by anxiety? Keep having 1 type of pain after another which takes a long time to go away - ankle, lower back, neck, etc

Is chronic pain syndrome caused by anxiety? Keep having 1 type of pain after another which takes a long time to go away - ankle, lower back, neck, etc

Possible: Anxiety can definantly cause pain. It is not the only cause and other possibilities should be ruled out before it is blamed for your symptoms. Often doctors are reluctant to confront this head on. You should ask your doctor this directly. This will make it easier to open a frank discussion about the anxiety problems. ...Read more

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Does injury to vessels, nerves and a chronic pain syndrone after arthroscpic knee surgery eventually go away? How long? I am a 49 yr. Old female

Unknown: Without knowing the injury, one can predict when and if the pain will resolve. Unfortunately there is a slight chance of a chronic pain problem following almost any surgery. You should discuss the problem with your surgeon and/or seek treatment in a chronic pain management center. There are many treatments that can be tried for chronic post-surgical pain. ...Read more

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Dr. Praveen Mambalam
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Persistent Pain (Definition)

Persistent pain is a symptom in which a person's pain doesn't come and go, but instead is present all the time. The pain can be mild, moderate, or severe, but its constant presence usually means there is ...Read more