What is the best way of controleing the pain from osteoathritis?
The best way is lifestyle - non-impact exercise and weight loss.
The least toxic medication is Tylenol (acetominophen), limited to 2000-3000 mg per day (the 4000mg max dose listed on the bottle can be toxic).
Anti-inflammatories such as Motrin, Advil, and Aleve are effective but can cause bleeding, stomach problems and kidney problems.
It depends what you are taking it for. Ibuprofen (advil) is an anti-inflammatory which will help with headache pain, muscular pain, joint pain, pain from an injury or surgery (where there is swelling), it is the best OTC all around painkiller. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) works in a different way, and will not help pain from swelling so much, which is where the majority of our pain comes from, it is better for nerve pain.
The best way to answer this is with, maybe. And then, it all depends on what conditions you have and what pain medications you are considering. Just because something is available over-the-counter does not mean it is safe so your best course of action is, of course, to seek advice from a health care professional.
Oil of Cloves is one of the best substances for relieving nerve pain from the tooth root. You need the kind from a pharmacy though, not a supermarket. In the end though, a root canal is going to be your best option. If you let it go, you could wind up with a lot more damage, pain, and eventual increased costs to fix it if it gets worse.
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