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Pain

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Pain is an unpleasant sensation often caused by intense or damaging stimuli such as stubbing a toe, burning a finger, putting iodine o...
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Common Pain treatments discussed around the web
Tylenol 196,902 Ibuprofen 166,643 Morphine 137,614
22,745,491 conversations around the web about Pain to help you make a decision
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Neurontin
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Voltaren
Other name: Gabapentin (Gabapentin)
Other name: Diclofenac (Diclofenac)
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Satisfaction
124,011
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Pain*
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Anxiety*
Depression*
Fibromyalgia
Neuropathy
Seizures
Numbness
Withdrawal*
Headaches*
Bipolar Disorder*
Migraines*
RLS*
Tingling
Chronic Pain
Epilepsy
Leg Pain
Back Pain
Pain Burning
Shingles
Peripheral Neuropathy
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Pain
Inflammation
Arthritis*
Swelling
RA
Allergies
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Tendonitis*
Cramping*
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Gabapentin (brand names Fanatrex, Gabarone, Gralise, Neurontin, Nupentin) is a pharmaceutical drug, specifically a gamma-Aminobutyric acid Analogue (chemistry). It was originally developed for the treatment of epilepsy, and ...
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Diclofenac (marketed under many brand names, see below: number Trade names) is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) taken to reduce inflammation and as an analgesic reducing pain in certain conditions.The name is derived from its chemical name...
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Top Concerns
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Arthritis
5
Suicidal
2
Suicide
2
Psychotic
2
Hallucinations
2
Blurred Vision
2
Hair Loss
2
Memory Problems
2
High Blood Pressure
2
Dry Mouth
2
Top Concerns
Vol
Nausea
7
Numbness
7
Depression
5
Stomach Problems
5
Burning
5
Sciatica
4
Vomiting
4
Itching
4
Addiction
3
Dizzy
3
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Suicide
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Vol
2
0
Psychotic
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Vol
2
0
Hallucinations
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Vol
2
0
Blurred Vision
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Vol
2
0
Hair Loss
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Vol
2
0
Memory Problems
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Vol
2
0
High Blood Pressure
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Vol
2
0
Dry Mouth
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Vol
2
0
Nausea
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Neu
7
0
Numbness
Vol
Neu
7
0
Depression
Vol
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5
0
Stomach Problems
Vol
Neu
5
0
Burning
Vol
Neu
5
0
Sciatica
Vol
Neu
4
0
Vomiting
Vol
Neu
4
0
Itching
Vol
Neu
4
0
Addiction
Vol
Neu
3
0
Dizzy
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About Neurontin
Gabapentin (brand names Fanatrex, Gabarone, Gralise, Neurontin, Nupentin) is a pharmaceutical drug, specifically a gamma-Aminobutyric acid Analogue (chemistry). It was originally developed for the treatment of epilepsy, and ...
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About Voltaren
Diclofenac (marketed under many brand names, see below: number Trade names) is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) taken to reduce inflammation and as an analgesic reducing pain in certain conditions.The name is derived from its chemical name...
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" ...Neurontin before, and had good success with taking it in combination with another drug. The reason that I took it was to take care of the breast problem that I was having at the time. The only ... "

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" ...Voltaren pills. I have not noticed them helping me at all. I have been on them and the Neurotin... "

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" ...take Neurontin and I guess that's ...much... that and I just love food I was taking Cymbalta and it really ...the medications. I also take voltaren for pain. It doesn't help like the cymba... "

" ...that I have had a stroke but couldn't tell ...very scary. I had a grand mal seizure that almost killed me when I had an allergic reaction to voltarin. I am now taking Nuerontin and that makes m... "

" Trying To Adjust Prescription Voltaren gel helps some people. Neurontin did nothing for me, I was up to 1,500 mg. Have you tried a good knee brace? There's a few you can purchase at Walgreens... "

" ...voltaren and 100mg of Lyrica. We also scheduled a nerve block for next week. My husband got in to speak with someone workwise today and they are going to hold off on him deploying until January for... "

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ehealthforum.com
" ...effect for other issues..My last shot did not last as long so Its not work the money at this point..I will probably have to try it again...I have my good days and bad. I just got put on Voltaren... "

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" ...voltaren too. You name it i tried it. I have a whole pharmacy in my closet haha, mostly of NSAIDS. I have given up on most of these meds because nothing touches it. I have found muscle relaxants he... "

" ...DOSES OF NEURONTIN WERE PRESCRIBED, I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SLEEP BETTER. MORE RESTED, LESS RLS. IT HAS HELPED TO A ...WITHOUT IT. GOOD LUCK TO YOU, I DO SUGGEST TRYING BOTH VOLTAREN AND NEURONTIN... "

" ...an anti-inflammatory? I was taking 12 advil a day and was switched to Voltaren. Seems to be less effective ...of course and I am on 900mg of Neurontin a day. Any helpful hints... "

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