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

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

  2. Sickle Cell Trait - Topic Overview

    What is sickle cell trait? Sickle cell trait occurs when a person inherits a sickle cell gene from just one parent. It's not the same as sickle cell disease,in which a person inherits two sickle cell genes,one from each parent. People with sickle cell disease have just one kind of hemoglobin (hemoglobin S),which turns their normal,round red blood cells into abnormally curved (sickle) ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. Chronic Pain - What Increases Your Risk

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

  5. Objects in the Ear - Topic Overview

    Objects (foreign bodies) inserted into the ear usually do not cause significant damage. However, objects that are inserted forcefully can damage the ear canal or penetrate the eardrum.

  6. Chronic Pain - Prevention

    Chronic pain cannot always be prevented. Maintaining good physical and mental health may be the best way to prevent chronic pain or help you cope with the constant pain. It is important to get enough sleep every night.

  7. 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. ...

  8. Chronic Pain - Medications

    Medications can often help control chronic pain. Many different drugs, both prescription and nonprescription, are used to treat chronic pain. All these medications can cause side effects and should be taken exactly as they are prescribed. In some cases, i

  9. Sickle Cell Disease: Home Treatment for Priapism - Topic Overview

    Home treatment for sickle cell disease includes steps you can take to control some of the complications caused by the disease. Develop a plan with your doctor for home treatment of symptoms,and follow this plan as symptoms occur. Priapism is a condition in which the penis stays erect without sexual stimulation. Priapism is usually painful. If priapism develops,home treatment tips include: ...

  10. Objects in the Ear - Home Treatment

    Find out how to remove an object from the ear.

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