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Literature reviews suggest neuropathic pain in 1/4-1/3 of post breast cancer surgery patient. A review of the effectiveness of neuropathic pain found only 23.7% achieved any significant relief from usual pyramid schemes of treatment for neuropathic pain Severe Neuropathic Pain … Continue reading
metanalysis of studies shows positive effects of cervical traction.
For years people were told they needed 400 u/day; Now it looks like 8000 is more like it. There are all sorts of cures for disease’s with taking vit d which is probably just making up for deficiency.
35% could bring on their SVT by flexing trunk – a sign they called “sign of lace-tying.”
I have used frequent B12 shots as an analgesic for resistant pain cases. For men over 40, 10 yr. use of injectable B12 is linked to doubling lung cancer risk.
I have a case of long term piriformis syndrome that I have been whittling away for some time. To be fair, she has seen multiple specialists and is some better but not enough to improve quality of life, (old sad … Continue reading
Magnesium oxide is (surprisingly) better absorbed than citrate –
Using vinager for hiccups is a Japanese folk medicine treatment. After testing in regular subjects for safety, 0.1 ml; of vinerger (4.2% acetic acid) was used in a cancer patient with persistent hiccups with effect.
Putting together info on using newer agents. Note: DPP4 and SGLT2 combo not allowed by EDS. Lectures from Dr. Sue Petersen 2017
If you take cases of cervical radiculitis – if imaging shows possible reason for it, they give a history of having had shingles at about 18.4%. In cases with normal imaging, the prior incidence jumps to 81.6% (p<0.01) – most of … Continue reading
Below is a recent email of someone with multisystem undiagnosed problems that would be daunting to say the least;
Friedrich Nietzsche – What I got out of his Sayings
Certain Orthopedic Issues over 70 yr Old – Easy Pain Help – low Dose Radiotherapy- But Will you ever see it?
Low dose Radiotherapy over age 70 has minimal risks but can often drop pain by 1.9/10 in following issues – sore heel and achilles pains, knee pains, and trochanteric bursitis.
Pain in butt and hamstring is not uncommon and usually involves hamstring. However, neuropathic level pain in areas can happen after surgery or injection suggesting nerve damage to Posterior Femoral Cutaneous Nerve. Present article used cryoablation successfully to treat.
In the mouse model of Multiple Sclerosis, Pramipexole, a antiparkinson drug, stops the brain neuroinflammation and that form of MS called “Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis”. This agent is used extensively for restless legs – Got MS and restless legs? – I … Continue reading
Some LTC facilities are reluctant to be involved in end stage care as they already have a reputation as the place the old go to die. Those that embrace it, require more staff, as the dying have rights to increased … Continue reading
A Fokl DNA gene polymorphism in the Vitamin D receptor would reduce its sensitivity to vitamin D. Vitamin D supports many metabolic processes beyond calcium and gene variations are even associated with certain cancers. In athletes, the FF Fokl genotype … Continue reading
Protocol from Anodyne Headache and Pain Care in Texas gave 0.3 mg – 0.4 mg/kg ketamine divided into 3 deltoid IM shots separated by 15 minutes for headache and neuropathic pain. A remarkably successful ketamine IV treatment for depression gave … Continue reading
6-8 years ago a brief neuralgic pain in the scalp that radiated to front or back of head was described. I wrote about it here: http://painmuse.org/?p=1516 Now a facially originated version has been defined and sounds very much like trigeminal … Continue reading
Some specialists will leave patients in abject pain with the implication that the imaging they have ordered will in some way help their pain. It does not. However, an Alzheimer victim was subjected to 4 head CT and has made … Continue reading
Came across this while searching pain. It is so deadly, I had to write it up. Catastrophic antiphospholipid syndrome (CAPS) is a rarely occurring condition leading to death in up to to 1/3 of cases. It can be confused with … Continue reading
New cases series of patient twith chronic headache that oft went thru a litany of doctors without success with a clearly treatable disease. Each gave a history of headache on arising and relieved by lying down that was discounted because … Continue reading
Less than 30% patients respond to antidepressants. Study cataloged depression scale and other features and came up with predictors of depression response particularly to Escitalopram. They included Demographics like black, unemployed, and uneducated; Depression severity and persistence all day ; … Continue reading
With Medical Marijuana, migraine frequency dropped from 10.4 to 4.6 headaches per month.
Odd as it sound people allergic to aspirin and arthritis pills can tolerate Sodium salicylate and is non- acetylated. Pharmacy College assures me it is still available as Dodd’s sodium salicylate which is still available through pharmacy suppliers so pharmacy … Continue reading