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Is There Ever Going To Be A Pain Tablet That’s Going To Work 90% .
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I have a lot of different pain going at the same time and so not all pain tablets work for all different types of pain in your body. I have transplant kidney so I get pain there from stones and kidney and bladder infections and then bowel pain and adhesions and back pain and groin and legs so you can see I get a lot of different pain happening all at once
I was born with a lot of different problems so I’ve been going through chronic pain since for a very long time. I use to be able to handle… read more

posted January 7, 2023
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No, I do not believe there will ever be a "cure-all" pain relief . I think that the sooner you try and then accept the inevitable - that it is better to distract your mind with interests/conversations etc , the better it will be for you . I think the description pain relief is a misnomer and that it does not truly exist - the sooner you can accept that , the better you will feel overall . Good luck with it . Part of the problem I believe is that , for every chemical high ( as in prescribed drugs / medication ) there is a corresponding chemical low ( or depression ) - its called life . Take care my friend and I do wish you well .

posted January 20, 2023

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