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 What is a pain pump?

Answer The use of a pain pump, also called intrathecal drug delivery, is a way to give medication directly to the spinal cord, according to the Mayfield Clinic. It is used to reduce the need for oral medi... Read More »
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Pain Pump Protocols?

Patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) allows patients to self-administer pain medication through an intravenous device (or "pain pump") regulated by an automatic setting that delivers a preset dosage.... Read More »
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At what point of the painful ovulation is intercourse best for conception before the pain during the pain or shortly after the pain?

Answer Pain during ovulatory times can come before while the follicle is filling with fluid, during while the follicle is actually rupturing to release the egg, or following due to the formation of... Read More »
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How do you stop the pain of trapped wind Dont want cheap jokes im in pain today?

peppermint capsules are good - available from health food shops (and Boots I think). Windeeze from chemists are good, I've tried Deflatine but never had good results from themI also find that sitt... Read More »
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Is pain & numbness from a pinched nerve a sign that injury is more severe than just same intensity pain alone?

I don't know where your injury is, but, for instance if you have a pain down the back of your leg, you could have sciatica, where a nerve in your lower back is being pinched. That is the pain and t... Read More »
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