there is a relatively new gel called VOLTERAN GEL that works great on hands, knees, & other hard to treet areas. It does require a prescription but discount cards for it are available online or from your doctor. When i put it on before going to bed, I put on cotton gloves at first to prevent me from rubbing it into my eyes. Many times I will also wrap my hands in a heating pad; this takes care of my pain without any side effects. Wearing gloves to bed took a little getting use to, but now I go right to sleep. Thanks everyone for your suggestions! One other medication I'm using for my Fibro pain was prescribed by a neurologist is NAMENDA. Its use is for early demintia, but it works great for headaches & Fibro pain. Keep in touch-this is the best way to find help! Bless you all & HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!View Thread
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