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Pain Killer Induced Constipation
Takin a lots of pain killer (norco, (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) kepra, metformin, stool softener) have a constipation and rash on the face. What shoul I do to help my skin?
Side effect: Rash could be side effect of one of the meds. Try to remember time frame of when rash started and if it corresponded to starting one of these meds (like kepra). Talk to your doctor about it as well. Good luck. ...Read more
There are many: There are many type of pain killers it depends upon the type of pain your trying to eliminate. Most dental pain is caused by localized inflammation in a particular area do to infection or trauma to a specific area. If your trying to eliminate pain from the central nervous system then you need something in the codiene family. Otherwise the nsaids work fine. ...Read more
Not a good question:
For what purpose, for what indication, how administered?
And why? ...Read more
The human brain: In traumatic situations (after a car accident) people report that they did not feel pain, until help arrived. The unconscious brain goes into action and numbs the pain, possibly to insure survival as much as possible. Hypnosis activates this unconscious mechanism in helping people manage chronic pain. It can be used for migraines, back pain and dental work. ...Read more
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generally yes: Neurochemistry of addiction and physical dependence are different. You need to start with a very truthful conversation with yourself as to why you are taking these medicines really. If it is for actual pain relief, and you are getting some degree of relief and improvement of function, they may be appropriate. Once you understand why you are taking them, have an honest conversation with your md. ...Read more
Arm pain: A simple injection in the arm should not produce severe pain. Please have it checked out to make sure you are not developing crps. ...Read more
Combo meds: Anti-inflammatory meds are typically the most useful agents to combat the pain of menstral cycle symptoms. But if otc nsaids do not giving you the relief you need, try mixing them with acetominophen products taken at same time. They work by different mechanisms and can have additive benefits. If still problematic, ask you doc for some toradol (stronger nsaid) to be taken for only few days/period. ...Read more
Shoulder Pain: Most common causes of shoulder pain are inflammation, SLAPS tears, Rotator Cuff tears, and shoulder dislocations. If you are having pain make an appointment to see an Orthopaedic shoulder surgeon for an examination and treatment options. Many times therapy, NSAIDS, pain medications, or a steroid injection can give you great relief. Ultram for pain works well. Take care, Joe Wilson. ...Read more
Different for reason: Different causes for pain will respond better. Voltaren is a non steroidal anti-inflammatory, muscle pain tend to respond well to it. Synaleve is a combination pain killer that works central in the brain (also muscle relaxant). They are sometimes co prescribed because of synergistic working in for instance back pain. ...Read more
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 more
It depends: It is best to see a dentist for your toothache, as pain meds provide only temporary relief. If you have a swelling or a fever, even more of a reason to see a dentist asap, who will diagnose the problem and accordingly deal with the issue. Antibiotics are often needed when there is a fever and or swelling. If there is no fever or swelling, then you can combine 600mg Ibuprofen with 1000 of tylenol (acetaminophen). ...Read more
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