Back Pain

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Back pain (also known as dorsalgia) is pain felt in the human back that usually originates from the muscles, nerves, bones, join...
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Tylenol 10,557 Ibuprofen 8,538 Acetaminophen 5,933
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Icy Hot
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Salonpas
Other name: Ben Gay (Ben Gay)
Other name: Ben Gay (Ben Gay)
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Back Pain
Muscle Pain
Arthritis
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Back Pain
Arthritis
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Headaches*
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Method of use:
Ointment
Method of use:
Ointment
Prescribing mode:
OTC
Prescribing mode:
OTC
IcyHot is a topical rubefacient heat rub meant for relieving pains such as arthritis, backache, muscle strains, sprains, bruises, and cramps. IcyHot, produced and marketed by Chattem, now a subsidiary of Sanofi-Aventis, is known for its dual action pain...
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Salonpas is a brand name of a line of over-the-counter (OTC) Transdermal analgesic patch manufactured by Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. of Tosu City, Japan. Introduced to the Japanese market in 1934, Salonpas is now sold in approximately fifty countr...
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Top Concerns
Icy
Nausea
2
Addiction
1
Withdrawal
1
Diabetes
1
Contractions
1
Paranoia
1
Bloating
1
Not Sleeping
1
Pins And Needles
1
Blood Clots
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Sal
Burning
8
Tendonitis
5
Depression
3
Nausea
3
Bleeding
2
Vomiting
2
Blisters
2
Heart Attack
2
Addiction
2
Tingling
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About Icy Hot
IcyHot is a topical rubefacient heat rub meant for relieving pains such as arthritis, backache, muscle strains, sprains, bruises, and cramps. IcyHot, produced and marketed by Chattem, now a subsidiary of Sanofi-Aventis, is known for its dual action pain...
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About Salonpas
Salonpas is a brand name of a line of over-the-counter (OTC) Transdermal analgesic patch manufactured by Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. of Tosu City, Japan. Introduced to the Japanese market in 1934, Salonpas is now sold in approximately fifty countr...
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tight. I put on Salonpas patches (think Icy/hot patches)...
" ...day today. Woke up with HIIT on my mind but my calf was really tight. I put on Salonpas patches (think Icy/hot patches) and see if I get my run in before my kid's track practice. Carrie, sorry ... "

than a dog. I'm using Salonpas OTC pain patches (like Icy...
" ...an injury pulling a dock rope that dislocated my shoulder. Can't take NSAIDS...Tylenol doesn't cut it. Darvocet or Percocet make me sicker than a dog. I'm using Salonpas OTC pain patches (like... "

I'm at work I alternate between salonpas and icy hot, seems...
" ...have a question. I've been off methotrexate for over a month now and we've started back up with prednisone 30 mg a day ...when I'm at work I alternate between salonpas and icy hot, seems to mak... "

typically use Icy Hot. I know a few people here swear by...
" ...typically use Icy Hot. I know a few people here swear by SalonPas, which convinced me to... "

have been using these salonpas along with icy...
" ...surgery, went thru 3 months of daily traction last winter.......and have been using these salonpas along with icy hot etc. In Wally they are near the other 'rubs' and creams to help... "

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and she used these patches called SALONPAS that you can...
" ...I am working. But Taxol made my sister's legs hurt and she used these patches called SALONPAS that you can get at ...did help her where the icy hot did not. Her onc said... "

to use the SalonPas patches, but one of the ingredients...
" ...a heating pad on my back was fine (just not the abdomen). He also said I could use any sort of hot/cold cream as ...use the SalonPas patches, ...the icy hot patches did, but I haven't checked... "

as well. I use them at work on my low back and it helps...
" ...that is much like icy/hot patches, but provides a ...pain. It is 100% natural. Salonpas patches are great for this as well. I use them at work on my low back and it helps with sitting a lot,... "

salonpas at CVS which helped, the doc sent me home with...
" ...I also found icy hot type patches called salonpas at CVS which helped, the doc sent me home with lidocane patches but they didn't stick well at all. I just took it easy at work and didn't push myse... "

pad as well. I also use salonpas (I think they are sort of...
" ...my mother had 2- 14 hour aortic aneurysm dissection surgeries ...do take ibuprofen and ...I also use salonpas (I think they are sort of like Icy Hot). My husband also suggested Icy Hot. So pe... "

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