How can you reduce menstrual pain without using medication?
menstrual pain with out medication is posible but it is at safring capacity at normal condition ,heat pad,janger,basil leaves .sanamin tea ,etc
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Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents such as ibuprofen or naproxen; propoxyphene products such as Darvocet; pentazocine (Talwin); buprenorphine, meperidine, morphine. Also, …hydrododone (Vicodin, Lortab) may often be given to patients with claimed codeine allergies who often merely experience nausea from the latter, without having any side effects from the related compounds.. Aspirin leaps to mind, too.
Aspirin, Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen all do this very well, are reasonably safe, and are sold over the counter. These medications are of the NSAID class (Non-Steroidal Anti-In…flammatory Drug). Remember to read the labels :}
Plenty of fluids by mouth and a tepid, not cold, bath. However, a fever above 102 to 103 needs to be monitored closely, especially in a child, since fevers can cause febrile s…eizures in children.
Yes, this is quite possible. But it requires the patient to drastically change their lifestyle in regards to eating habits. A completely new low-cholesterol diet is needed. A …balanced diet along with cholesterol-decreasing medication, Statins, will be very effective.
Anti-Inflammatory The answer is Acetaphetamine
This depends on which pain medication you are alternating with. Alternating with another opiate (morphine, hydrocodone, codeine, etc..) will not reduce your tolerance to Perco…cet because opiates possess a cross-tolerance with each other. Substituting an over the counter NSAID such as ibuprofen for Percocet will slowly reduce your opiate tolerance but the dosage of NSAID needed to even come close to the pain relieving effects of Percocet would have serious detrimental effects on your liver and stomach. The best and safest way to reduce your Percocet tolerance is to slowly reduce your dosage and space dosages out.
Yeah. If you want. I don't really care. Just make sure you read the bottle first. Go ahead though...
You can use asprin, but it is having many side effects. It's better if you go with Meftalspas.
Phenazopyridine Hcl can be taken as it is a analgesic and it is over the counter. There is a stronger prescription drug available as well. A pharmacist can provide you with a …better detailed answer.
After a woman has a baby, however, the cervix opening is larger.
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Analgesics or pain-killers. But only your doctor can prescribe them to you.
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It provides potassium, which is effective for regular cramping, but I feel that eating a banana helps with menstrual cramps.
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Aspirin is a very popular choice for reducing chest pain. However, if a person is experiencing chest pain, said person should see a doctor first because chest pain is very ser…ious.
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Replace saturated fats with healthier fats. That means trimming all fat off of meats and chicken. Use olive oil instead of other vegetable oils. Eliminate margarine, butter, a…nd lard from your diet. Greatly reduce the red meat (beef) in your diet and eat lean poultry, fish, and lean pork instead. Eat lean red meat only one meal per week or less. Limit your red meat to no more six ounces (the size of a deck of cards). If you drink milk change to non-fat milk. Reduce your intake of cheese and other dairy products just as you did your red meat. Add rolled oats to your diet and increase your intake of fresh fruits and vegetables. Try low-fat Greek yogurt as a substitute for sour cream and mayonnaise. Broil and pan cook meat and vegetables instead of frying. Become knowledgeable about how to use spices and herbs to add flavor to meals because at first a low-cholesterol diet will seem bland to you. Also, exercise helps to reduce cholesterol when combined with a healthy diet.