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  1. Sickle Cell Disease: Pain Management - Topic Overview

    Sickle cell disease pain varies from mild to severe and can be difficult to treat. When developing a pain treatment plan with your doctor and/or pain treatment specialist,consider the following: Treat mild pain with over-the-counter ibuprofen and/or acetaminophen,by mouth (orally). Do not give aspirin to children and teens younger than age 20,because it can cause Reye syndrome. Treat mild ...

  2. Pain Management - Following a Treatment Plan

    WebMD discusses how to successfully stick to a pain treatment plan and get the best pain relief possible.

  3. Pain Management - Getting Support

    Needing other people for emotional support is a normal part of life. You may have to lean on family and friends if you're getting over an injury or surgery or if you live with pain much of the time. It can be hard sometimes to ask for help. But don't be afraid to reach out. Other people can help you-and they may be eager to help. Along with your family and friends,you can seek support from: ...

  4. Chronic Pain - What Increases Your Risk

    Factors that may increase the risk of chronic pain include several things.

  5. Objects in the Ear - Prevention

    Tips to help prevent children from inserting objects into their ears.

  6. Bodywork and Manual Therapy - Topic Overview

    What are bodywork and manual therapy?Bodywork and manual therapy are general terms that refer to body manipulation therapies used for relaxation and pain relief. Massage and chiropractic are well - known forms of bodywork.The idea behind bodywork is that people learn-or are forced by injury or stress into-unnatural ways of moving or holding their bodies. This unnatural movement or posture changes

  7. Serotonin and Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors (SNRIs) for Chronic Pain

    Drug details for Serotonin and Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors (SNRIs) for Chronic Pain.

  8. Pain Management - Knowing When Pain Is Worse

    WebMD shows how to know if your pain is getting worse and how to keep track of it.ebMD shows how to know if your pain is getting worse and how to keep track of it.

  9. Sickle Cell Disease: Preventing Problems and Staying Healthy - Topic Overview

    Home treatment for sickle cell disease includes steps you can take not only to control pain symptoms but also to prevent some of the complications caused by the disease. These complications include painful sickle cell crises. Have a pain management planIf you and your doctor have developed a pain management plan for home treatment of symptoms, be sure to follow your plan. For more information, see Sickle Cell Disease: Pain Management.Prevent severe childhood infectionGive your child with sickle cell disease regular doses of a prescribed antibiotic until age 5.Get your child immunized on schedule. For more information, see the topic Immunizations.Avoid contact with anyone suspected of having fifth disease, which is caused by parvovirus. A serious condition called aplastic anemia can develop.Prevent adult infectionCheck your immunization schedule and keep your immunizations up to date..Prevent vision problemsGet routine eye exams as a child and as an adult. Early detection can help

  10. Pain Management Clinic - Topic Overview

    Chronic pain often requires both counseling and medical treatment,because it can have a wearing effect on both the body and the mind. At a pain management clinic,you can get multidisciplinary treatment from a team of specialists,including: Physiatrists. These medical doctors specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation. They often coordinate a chronic pain treatment team. ...

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