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... ior to and after my surgery and was off them pretty much within month or so after surgery for a couple of months, just taking tylenol or tylenol with codeine and OTC muscle relaxers. ... (5 replies)
... to take those daily long term, especially for folks with certain conditions. There should be a multitude of other options to treat your pain and cut down on the otc painkiller use. ... (11 replies)
... rescription for you to take to a compounding pharmacy for a topical cream or gel or whatever, and there are lots of ingredient options, like Lidocaine, Ketamine, muscle relaxers, Amitriptyline, Gabapentin, etc...not all pain docs are familiar with that though, and insurance typically doesn't cover compounded prescriptions. ... (10 replies)

... of laxatives if they take opioids regularly. However, note that the pain management community is moving away from prescribing them for chronic non cancer pain. Best wishes. ... (2 replies)
... Some doctors just won't prescribe more though, even if its less often. Some folks find some otc like Icy Hot is helpful. ... (12 replies)
Awful Treatment
Jul 3, 2012
... l this started and feel it is important to give them the qualify of life we promise when agreed to and them to our family. They are super special and deserve the best of what we have to offer. Sorry for the rant. But thanks for listening. A little off topic... Butt thanks for the info I will tall to my pcp next month. ... (27 replies)
Ouch!!!!
May 10, 2006
... any doctor should be able to prescribe you some pain pills and muscle relaxers, then you can try just flexing the foot and trying to lift it up and down for an hour a day or so, kind of do your own physical therapy. ... (3 replies)
... LOL I'll just print this up and show my doc LOL I got totally confused and thats a lot for me to write down so will print it and show my doc your ideas. but thanks anyways. I will do research on all that stuff as soon as I can hopefully later today. Thank yu very much. You have been veryu kind in here. :angel: (17 replies)
... ss out of his neck and back. Muscles go into spasm or contracture to protect an injured area, It's the bodies way of protecting an inured area by contracting the muscle and bracing. Just like you would naturally brace if you saw you were going to be in a car accident. ... (17 replies)
Shoreline ?
Jun 30, 2004
... So part of my states guidelines is simply manageing the patients pain, in the patients best interest. ... (5 replies)




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