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What Is Your Back Pain Telling You?
You may have heard that it's our body's way of sending us a message. But
when back pain first arrives, what it tells you may not be the truth -- or, at
least, not the whole story.
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Duragesic (fentanyl topical)
Flector topical (diclofenac patch)
MS Contin (morphine)
Percocet (acetaminophen and oxycodone)
Tylenol with Codeine (acetaminophen and codeine)
Ultracet (acetaminophen and tramadol)
Vicodin (acetaminophen and hydrocodone)
In general, narcotics are not recommended for back pain.
WebMD Medical Reference
National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases: "Handout on Health: back Pain."
Mayo Clinic: "Back pain."
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