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  1. Chronic Pain - Topic Overview

    This topic provides information on chronic pain that is caused by factors other than cancer.

  2. Chronic Pain - Exams and Tests

    Many exams and tests are used to evaluate chronic pain. An initial assessment includes: A detailed medical history. Your health professional will ask you about your general medical history, past illnesses, and overall health. He or she will ask you questi

  3. Objects in the Ear - Home Treatment

    Find out how to remove an object from the ear.

  4. Pain Management - Treatment

    WebMD describes some common forms of pain treatment, from medications to alternative remedies.

  5. 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 ...

  6. Pain in a Spinal Cord Injury - Topic Overview

    Pain in a spinal cord injury (SCI) can be complicated and confusing. There are different types of pain,and they are often described in different ways. You may feel pain where you have feeling. But you may also feel pain in an area where otherwise you have no feeling. The pain may be severe at some times. But at other times it may disappear or bother you only a little. The most common type ...

  7. Chronic Pain - What Happens

    In some cases, chronic pain develops after an injury or illness. The pain continues even after you have recovered from the injury or illness. For example, many people who have had a limb amputated report feeling chronic pain in the missing limb.

  8. 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: ...

  9. Chronic Pain - Health Tools

    Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health.Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition.  Chronic Pain: Using Healthy Thinking

  10. Chronic Pain: Using Healthy Thinking

    Living with pain can be hard, especially if it's long-term—or chronic—pain. Chronic pain is pain that lasts for 3 months or longer. It can make you sleep poorly, feel tired and irritable, and have a hard time being active or working. It may strain your relationships with loved ones too, making it hard to be the kind of friend, parent, or partner you want to be. You may feel stressed or get depressed or anxious. And these feelings may make your pain worse, because they can make it harder to manage your pain.Learning how to control your pain can help with all of these things. In most cases, chronic pain can be managed so that you can get on with your life and do your daily activities. One way you can help manage and cope with your pain is through healthy thinking. Your thoughts are something you can control. You can learn techniques to make your thoughts more helpful and encouraging.Cognitive-behavioral therapy, also called CBT, is a way to help you stay well and cope with pain by

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