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I Have A Stronge Back Pain What Should I Take
NSAID : For most back strains that do not involve leg weakness or bowel/bladder problems, and are not caused by major trauma, over the counter antiinflammatories like Ibuprofen should be the first step. Continue activities as tolerated and see your doctor for any of the red flags noted above, or for persistence of symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rest, ice it first..: Rest your back, try icing it down to decrease any swelling om strained muscles, then after time, heat may help the back.. You can try an Over the counter nsaid lie Ibuprofen until you can get in to see your doctor for a more thorough examination and assessment of what is most likely, at the least a sprained back. best wishes, ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If i get pregnant and i have to take a pain killer everyday for my chronic back pain. What should i do?? Is there any med which is safe for the baby?
Need OBGYN: Acetaminophen is considered to be one of the safest analgesics for pregnant women to take, however, your OB/GYN provider will help make decisions as far as anything stronger is concerned. You may wish to consider alternative approaches for chronic pain management and control which do not require analgesic use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes & no: So, is TEVA834 the name of the pill prescribed for you? Or is that imprint on pill? http://www.drugs.com/imprints/teva-834-16543.html states that TEVA834 is actually imprinted on round white pills of Clonazepam 2mg (which is huge/largest dose! also made as small as 0.125mg) used for panic disorder. Benzodiazepine class also used for muscle spasm. Dangerous addicting drug esp w/o doctor's supervisi ...Read more
Medications?: Likely, you're talking about meds.The answer depends on type of pain, location, duration, severity, etc.Simple joint pain-most people take nsaids.Muscular pain - nsaids + muscle relaxants & heat or cold, but nsaids can prevent healing. Best bet? See your local osteopathic doctor for a proper eval and treatment.You might not even need meds after a good history, hands-on diagnosis, & manual treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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