You'll get a different answer to this question from everyone you ask. Pain Management is a complex field in medicine, using techniques and drugs from a variety of disciplines.
First, though, it is really important to be in a regular program of exercise and myofascial treatment. You may accomplish this through physical therapy, massage, chiropractic, exercise classes, personal training, etc. Your myofascial therapist (PT, massage, chiropractic) will help reduce any subluxations/dislocations that occur, identify muscles that need to be strengthened to stabilize your joints, and provide heat therapy, ultrasound therapy, cryotherapy, electric stimulation, or other methods to reduce pain.
Second, a specialist in pain management can help manage your overall treatment plan, particularly with medications, injection therapies, and other new treatment modalities. Prolotherapy is fairly commonly recommended in pain management circles for hypermobile joints; I had a really bad experience with prolo, but there are many others who have been helped significantly by it. Expect a pain management specialist to require you to sign a contract before receiving a prescription for any narcotic pain medications. Also expect a pain management specialist to recommend medications from anti-depressant and anti-convulsant families, as these can work directly on the nervous system to change your perceptions of chronic pain.
In all honesty, nothing will ever stop the chronic pain that results from joint hypermobility related to EDS. I'm currently on an amazing regimen that takes my baseline chronic pain level from an everyday 6 out of 10 to about 2 out of 10. In the last couple months, I have even experienced times when I've felt no pain at all. The acute subluxations/strains/sprains/whatever still hurt, and at the same levels as before, but it's a lot easier to live with these now than it was before.
I also recommend spending time on diaphragmatic-breathing and relaxation methods (especially relaxation CDs/MP3s), because these are things you can do for yourself when things are really bad.
Don't give up hope. You will grieve, and you will be angry, and you will be frustrated. You will tick off the people around you. You will be ticked off with your own body. But you are not alone, and there are ways to feel better. I promise.
stop working out
stop listening to usher.
Goldenhar syndrome is not an inherited syndrome, it is just in a persons genes and there is no way to stop a baby from getting it in the womb. Goldenhar syndrome is not developed or passed on to the foetus it is just there. hope this helped you as i am a sufferer of goldenhar syndrome myself! :)
Numbing blocks the nociceptors (pain receptors) so that the brain does not register the pain.
Only if it gets Justin Beiber syndrome.
No. Down syndrome is an Oops type thing. It occurs spontaneously. The only way to keep from having a baby with Down syndrome is abortion or adoption.
take some tangerines and rub over them to stop the pain.
no.b'cos even humans pass throught pain to.
Medicines like aspirin or Tylenol are good for stopping pain.
Stop taking them
As soon as you start to feel pain, stop until the pain goes away then start again.
It is my understanding that people do it because the self inflicted pain distracts them from the emotional pain they are feeling. First you must address your emotional pain. Find out why you are cutting. What is it that you do not want to feel, what pain are you trying to cover up? Then you must address that pain, eliminate that stress from your life. Cutting is an addiction as well. You have to want to stop in order to stop. You just stop doing it, use your will power, be strong. But if you are a cutter you probably need professional help, not particularly to stop cutting but to address the deep emotional pain that you are feeling.
yes. i had/have it. no joke. it's like an addiction...
I think its called Tourettes syndrome
You can take over the counter pain medication to stop the pain after a week of having teeth pulled. If over the counter medication doesn't help, contact your dentist.
They can numb the pain or they can stop the nerve the says "ow" from reaching your brain.
If you have pain in the area of the heart you should get to a hospital IMMEDIATELY.
tape your ankle ... :)
nope its not now stop askin and read a book
spray some savolon on it. It will stop it itching and relieves the pain.
We have no way of knowing what kind of pain you are suffering from, on the basis of your question. Pain comes in primarily two varieties. For physical pain, consult a doctor. For psychological pain, consult a therapist.
It is said it will stop the pain from fire ant bites. Never had a fire ant bite but it does not work on mosquito or blackfly bites.