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Question about what you take for pain

Discussion in 'Your Living Room' started by Star, Jun 13, 2021.

  1. Star

    Star New Member

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    As someone you gets lots of headaches, I'm not sure how to treat the pain. It seems nsaids are out, caffeine is out, excedren migraine is out due to aspirin. So there is tylenol which can help with milds pains. But want about worse pain? What do you?

    Thanks
     
  2. IvanNew

    IvanNew Active Member

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    All these compounds are considered non-ototoxic in my country:

    ACECLOFENACO
    CLONIXINATO DE LISINA
    DEXIBUPROFENO
    DEXKETOPROFENO
    DIACEREINA
    FEPRAZONA
    ISONIXINA
    LORNOXICAM
    MEFENAMICO, ÁCIDO
    MELOXICAM
    NIFLÚMICO, ÁCIDO
    TENOXICAM
     
  3. Weeba

    Weeba Member

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    Check out GABAPENTIN
     
  4. Onedayatatime

    Onedayatatime Active Member

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    If you are a known migraine sufferer, read David Buchholz, “Heal Your Headache”. He explains much about migraine triggers and the vertigo connection. My neuro/oto discovered my MAV activity and i treat it with diet and 25mg of topiramate daily. Pretty much cleared me up for about 2 years now.
     
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  5. verti

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    Neurontin/Gabapentin
     

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