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  1. 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.

  2. Opiate Pain Relievers for Chronic Pain

    Drug details for Opioid analgesics for chronic pain.

  3. Chronic Pain - Surgery

    Surgery is not often used to treat chronic pain. The decision to have surgery depends on your condition and the cause of your pain. Surgery is usually considered only after other treatments have failed, or if it is considered medically necessary.

  4. Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) - Topic Overview

    What is TENS?Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a therapy that uses low - voltage electrical current for pain relief. You do TENS with a small, battery - powered machine about the size of a pocket radio. Usually, you connect two electrodes (wires that conduct electrical current) from the machine to your skin. The electrodes are often placed on the area of pain or at a pressure .

  5. Chronic Pain - Cause

    Learn about chronic pain and how it develops.

  6. Chronic Pain - Symptoms

    The symptoms of chronic pain include: Mild to severe pain that does not go away as expected after an illness or injury. Pain that may be described as shooting, burning, aching, or electrical. Discomfort, soreness, tightness, or stiffness.

  7. Objects in the Ear - Prevention

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

  8. Chronic Pain - Home Treatment

    Learn what you can do to manage chronic pain.

  9. Sickle Cell Disease: Vision Problems - Topic Overview

    People who have sickle cell disease can sometimes have vision problems. Blood cells that change shape, or sickle, can get trapped in blood vessels, blocking the blood flow. When this blockage occurs in the small blood vessels in the inner lining (retina) of the eyes, it can cause vision problems. This most often occurs in people who have hemoglobin SC disease, a type of sickle cell disease.In the worst cases, the retina may come loose, leading to permanent blindness. This may happen suddenly, without any warning.Early detection can help prevent these problems. Have your child's eyes checked during the newborn period and again at all routine well-child visits.1 And get routine eye exams as an adult. Try to go to a doctor who specializes in eye problems (ophthalmologist).

  10. 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: ...

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