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I can attest to how horrible sciatica pain can be!! It is caused by pressure on one of the lumbar vertebrae (the lowest five in the back above the tailbone also known as L1-L5) from what can often be a mild injury. That swelling in turn puts pressure on the sciatic nerve, one of the largest nerves of the body that travels from the lumbar section of the back down the legs. Depending on which vertebrae was injured, the pain might run down the side or front of leg and often through the buttocks. IF IT IS SCIATICA IT IS ALMOST ALWAYS ON ONLY ONE SIDE!!!! The bad part is there is very little to do to ease the pain. NSAIDs can help some, but generally time is the only healer. Mine took almost 6 months to heal. I started out crawling, finally went to a walker, then a cane and now I am back to completely normal. I walk 3-4 miles a day to keep my back strong. VERY IMPORTANT: Do not rush into surgery!!! If your doctor says you need surgery get at least one and even two opinions. Surgery is NOT the best method many times and can often cause lifetime troubles when just time would have healed the original injury. I have a friend who went the surgery way and has has many surgeries now. He is aware he should not have had them, as they caused more problems than the injury itself. Take care & good luck!!
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Rest, Painkillers, are an approach used by some. Most studies show that maintaining a level of gentle activity results in less pain and sooner return to normal than rest. In a…ddition, ice or heat, depending on the patient's preferences, are equally effective. Gentle stretching exercises can also be helpful for back pain. Painkillers are effective only to the extent that they allow the patient to maintain gentle activity.
Ice is always what doctors recommend. Alternating between ice and heat every 20 minutes or so also helps with aches. Depending on how intense the pain is, taking something lik…e Aleve (Naproxen) is also very helpful for minor pain and discomfort. If pain is more chronic, you may want to consider wearing a knee brace while you exercise or put any kind of pressure on it.
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Well, first I'd like to tell you why I'm answering this... Right now I have bad growing pains. In my legs! All over. Ouch! Well I know how to help your pain go away. Her…e are some ways you can help you relax and get rid of the pain. 1. Massage the place it hurts the most. 2. Put a heat pack on the spot. 3. Take an aspirin or Tylenol or Motrin 4. [Most people don't like these but it helps a lot] Eat a pickle or drink pickle juice [only a little] 5. Stretch your leg or back. [or where ever the pain is] Okay! There you go! That's what I do every time. I know It hurts right now but once you do all of this you'll feel much better.
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One of the most effective approaches is pyridium, available both over the counter and by prescription. Ask your pharmacist or health care provider.
Pain is usually well controlled with prescribed medication.
Usually a pain doctor treats pain. Their training lies in Anesthesiology.
Some of the most popular treatment options include herbal therapies, nutritional therapies, homeopathy, acupressure and acupuncture , massage, chiropractic, guided imagery , a…nd relaxation techniques, such as yoga , hypnosis, and meditation .
Some forms of neck pain can be treated by medication. Osteoporosis is often treated with a combination of hormone therapy and such compounds as alendronate
You should first see a chiropractor or physician to determine the cause of your back pain. Your pain could be due to many different types of back issues such as joint problems… in your back, muscle problems in your back, or an injured nerve in your back. Other things may also cause back pain such as prostate disease, uterine disease, kidney disease, and many more! So it is very important to see a doctor to first see a cause of your back pain and then let your doctor design a treatment plant for you!
Treatment exists to either control the pain or eliminate the cause. Pain control may be dangerous if an underlying condition exists of which the pain is a warning sign. Nerve …blocks and a variety of drugs are other options to control pain.
There are many drugs aimed at preventing or treating pain. Nonopioid analgesics, narcotic analgesics, anticonvulsant drugs, and tricyclic antidepressants work by blocking the …production, release, or uptake of neurotransmitters.
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In order to treat hip pain it would be best if you went to your doctor to have him/her look at it. If its bad enough they will give you certain medications to deal with the pa…in.