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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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Tylenol 199,364 Ibuprofen 168,778 Morphine 139,384
22,972,584 conversations around the web about Pain to help you make a decision
22,972,584 conversations around the web about Pain to help you make a decision
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Pain & Tenesmus

30.6% of the posts that mention Tenesmus also mention Pain (427 posts)
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bowel regularity. I have had tenesmus, and it is extremely...
" ...you so much, contributors. Tamara, I wish you success in your attempts for pain control and bowel regularity. I have had tenesmus, and it is extremely painful. I hope that complete healing... "

You NEED treatment... This is tenesmus. It is only going to...
" ...is tenesmus. ...for pain, but ultimately, you need treatment. I have an infusion Tuesday, so I am trying to hang tough... feeling like you do now... Might look into CBD oil soon. I am a 15 in... "

both pain and d were put under control. However, as I'm...
" ...then from abdominal soreness, d and severe pain after a bm. I took it and noticed that both pain and d were put under control. However, as I'm always lucky, I got tenesmus, difficulty in... "

I now have to suffer constant tenesmus and abdominal pain,...
" ...where it was legal, I now have to suffer constant tenesmus and abdominal pain, whereas with MM I could smoke and feel better, having enough energy to exercise and all. The pain relief alone makes... "

I used it and felt immediate relief of tenesmus and pain...
" ...mesalamine while the enemas, if administered all of it, supplies 4g mesalamine at once. Ask about cortifoam as well. I used it and felt immediate relief of tenesmus and pain very low in the... "

anyone have any suggestions regarding tenesmus? Bms for...
" ...anyone have any suggestions regarding tenesmus? Bms for me always ...suppositories to decrease the pain. A few days ...sit down comfortable. Is there any tips to relieve this pain? Ive had... "

When I was having tenesmus, my doctor also put me on a high...
" When I was having tenesmus, my doctor also put me ...a rest? Some people have tenesmus without an infection though..I am ...home from work and had a painful commute home..I feel for... "

far as symptoms, I am having horrible pain in my abdominal...
" ...I was given cymbalta to help increase my pain tolerance and something else for the pain. I am also taking protonix but nothing else. As far as symptoms, I am having horrible pain in my abdominal... "

do, usually. I was also getting tenesmus a lot for several...
" ...later. Sometimes I have intense pain without passing anything, but ...when I do, usually. I was also getting tenesmus a lot for several months till my doctor started me on dicyclomine for it. ... "

and my symptoms included more pain/tenesmus, liquid instead...
" ...doctor explained that Colazal is broken down to mesalamine (which is Asacol), ...any drugs. On Colazal, I felt sicker immediately, and my symptoms included more pain/tenesmus, liquid instead of ... "

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