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Pain Killer Tablets For Piles
Just had my thrombosed hemorrhoid drained 8 hrs ago and was not prescribed any pain killer or given any advice on how to relieve the pain. Any suggestions on how to tough it out until my apt tomorrow afternoon when they change out the dressings?
How long does pain killer keep you constapated for? After only on dose of two tablets of co dydramal sorry about the spelling not sure how to spell it
Hard to say.: Narcotic are notorious for causing this. They "paralyze" the muscles in the gut that cause food to move through the bowel. Some have less or more problems that others. A single dose can cause it. One may acclimatize to the medication over time if taking chronically. Senoside laxatives help with this. Discuss with your pcp or prescribing doctor. Usually gone in 24 hours after stopping meds. ...Read more
I getting many problems from period pain I can't grow in my career & not concentrate on any my social work so I need period pain killer effective pill?
Non steroidal anti I:
Aspirin like drugs....
But hormonal therapy can drastically reduce the amt of periods ...Read more
I am having left lower rib pain last two days. My doctor prescribed meloxicam to take. Still paining. Can I take pain killer along with this tablet?
What's the best pain killer to have an effect on abdominal pain after taking levonelle which is the morning after pill. Thanks?
See below: I would suggest an otc nsaid. There is no "best" medication. The best is the one that works best for you. ...Read more
Can I take cefalexin, metoclopramide and a pain killer pill together? I currently have a quite hideous infection, nausea and period cramps : (
How long have you been on these meds and are they helping you?
Infection, nausea, and cramps indicates that you must either go first to the Emergency facility or to your Primary doctor.
Please let me know what develops. ...Read more
Is there such a thing as an effective natural pain killer? This is for joint pain, arthritis in my case. I'd like to stop taking naproxen. There was a pill called instaflex some time ago, that seemed to alleviate my pain a llittle. But it was too expensi
Yes: Dulcolax is a brand of bisacodyl which is a stimulant laxative. You can read more here https://online. Epocrates. Com/noframe/showpage. Do? Method=otcs&monographid=2242&activesectionid=10. By "piles", I assume you mean hemorrhoids, which is associated w/constipation for which bisacodyl is a temporary solution. But do not use for a prolonged period of time as your colon will become dependent upon it. ...Read more
I have External Hemorrhoids, Can Diosmin tablets help to treat it, After taking diosmin what will happens to external piles? Thanks
Probably NOT: Diosmin has some mild vasoconstictor properties to help veins shrink-the effect is temporary. And NOT a good long term solution ...Read more
Is there a pill that I can take orally for piles because I don't feel confortable sticking anything up my bum and I have changed my diat already?
No magic pills: (but laxatives sometimes help). Stay well hydrated (at least 8 - 8 ounces glasses of water per day). Try to get in 5 servings of vegetables and 4 servings of fruit per day – get that fiber in. Stay physically active if possible. There are a number of over the counter laxatives that can be taken orally to help pass retained fecal matter. ...Read more
Depends: The answer to this question depends on why you are asking. Obviously the number of pills you take will define the dose, or strength. Be cautioned however that almost all medications have side effects, many of which, given a high enough dose or a long enough exposure period, can be health harmful. Also do not mask pain but rather find the source and treat appropiately. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on source/cause of pain. Strongest narcotic regularly used is probably Fentanyl which does not come as a pill, but as a patch.Oxycodone & combinations of it like Percodan/Percocet come as a pill-but even these aren't as good as simple ibuprofen for some types of pain that are inflammatory. Also, some people just respond better to one med than another. Talk w/your dr. If you need pain relief. ...Read more
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