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Are you finding it difficult to manage your pain?
One may not be able to get rid of the chronic pain completely. Chronic pain may be difficult to treat at times, although there are a wide range of medication and treatments available to help reduce the symptoms and the effects of pain.
There are many different treatments to ease your pain, the most common being medicines. You will also need to do more like reducing your stress level or changing how you think than just taking medicine to feel better.
The prescription for your pain will depend on…
Not all medication works for everyone and it may take a while to find what works best for you.
Pain may be treated with over-the-counter and prescription drugs, mind/body techniques, and acupuncture. When it comes to treating chronic pain, no single technique guarantees complete pain relief.A combination of treatment options may be used for pain relief. Remember that you may not be relieved of your pain straightaway, when you are taking medications for pain. It may take some time for the medication to work, perhaps several weeks. Here are a few points to keep in mind:
To achieve good pain control, it is important that you take your medication as advised even if your pain doesn’t feel as bad. You should not be changing the dose of your medication or the time you take your medication without consulting.
Treatments other than medicines that could help you relax and ease chronic pain...
(Consult your doctor before you try any of these)
Following your treatment plan and giving it time to work is the best way to control your pain
Some of you with persistent pain may need a more specialist approach and may be referred to a pain clinic, where you may be seen by a number of specialists i.e. doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychologists and occupational therapists where each of them have a different role in managing your pain.