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There is a tendency to see pain medications almost as "fast food." Do not assume that non-specialists can safely provide appropriate pain treatments any more than you might assume that Mc Donald's food is appropriate for those with special medical needs.
An accurate diagnosis is critical when treating pain.
A complete list of side effects and warnings will be found on the package insert.
Acetaminophen, the chemical name for Tylenol, is also an analgesic.
Doctors define chronic pain as lasting longer than six months.
It is also one of the safest medications know but does rarely cause problems. Acetaminophen is reported to be safe for short-term use in pregnancy and when breast feeding but check with your doctor first.
Chronic pain can stop a person from returning to work and even to their hobbies and pastimes.
Headache, neck pain, arm pain, low back pain, arm pain, arthritis pain, cancer pain, and neurogenic pain (from damaged nerves) are common types of chronic pain.
Nonsteriodals may not be used in those with allergies to aspirin or any other nonsteroidal, anyone on anticoagulants, anyone with peptic ulcers, or some who have other stomach conditions.
Do not use these medications if you might be pregnant or are breast feeding.