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Which medication is used to deaden pain?
Analgesics or pain-killers. But only your doctor can prescribe them to you.
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Pain is treated with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as aspirin or ibuprofen. If these drugs are ineffective, a short-term prescription for corticosteroids or muscl…e relaxants may be given.
no prescribed medications do not effect the breathalizer test!
Addiction what a bummerin my have been there done that unprofessional opinion, the drug that is killing America today is Oxycontin in any mg. and look out for methadone to try… and take the lead in the near future
Answer A tried and true home cure is olive oil. 2-3 drops in ear, 2-3 times a day. NEVER put anything cold in your ear (very painful). Warm olive oil to body temp… (somewhere around 99o) by placing a small bottle of it in your pocket for a while.
Dilaudid, e.g. hydromorphone
Anything that's not an opiate because suboxone blocks opiates so they wont work and if you take an opiate you can put yourself into withdrawal immediately if on suboxone.
In my studies I have found these conditions to be presumably the most painful known to medical science. In no particular order: Cluster Headache Trigeminal Neuralgia Paroxys…mal Extreme Pain Disorder RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) Hidradenitis Supperativa Dercum's Disease Kidney Stones There are others, but I am convinced that these 7 disorders are among the most painful known to mankind.
Diffuse pain is pain that's hard to point to as being in a single spot. For instance, if someone is sore from exercising the day before, she may have diffuse pain in their thi…ghs; in contrast, if she cut her leg shaving, she might have focal pain at the site of the cut.
If you are wanting to wean off, then you start reducing your dose by half a pill less, each week, until you are completely off of them.
Answer NSAID's which are used for both pain and inflammation but can be uspeting to the stomach and gastrointestinal tract. There is also a medication called tramadol w…hich is also used for pain. I am on Tramadol and it *does* contain opiates. Tramadol falls into a milder version of a controlled pain medication, but it does contain opiate's.
opana er 40mg 4x dilauddid 4 mg x4
Depending on how severe the pain is. It could be something common such as aleve, or it could be an UTC drug like Vicodin.
Not really, it takes 5-21 days detox from oxy ( with serious side-effects ). If you've been on oxy for long a while, then get medical help. MJ will take away your pain only ab…out 2 hours at a time but won't help with oxy withdrawl.
There is no common abbreviation for pain in medical terminology. There may be on for a specific area or speciality. The combining form for "pain" is -algia or -dynia. Ex…amples: Otalgia (pain in the ear -- earache) Cardiodynia (heart pain) Analgesia (no pain) Fibromyalgia (hurting muscles & tendons)