I'm in total agreement with Charles. I've gone back to school and started a brand new career all while being on pain medication. Nobody was the wiser and I'll be graduating at the very top of my class.View Thread
Chiropractors go to medical school for as many years as someone who has a doctorate in mathematics. That is zero years. They are not medical doctors but Doctors of Chiropractic.Big difference.View Thread
The problem I have with Tramadol is that it is absolutely useless. I think the same can be said for many others on this forum. It is not very strong and for many of us it does not even touch the pain.View Thread
If they're swollen and red then she needs to see a doctor to rule out blood clots. Otherwise, it sounds like muscle cramps. Often they can be caused by dehydration so she needs to make sure she is drinking lots of water. I don't know a person on earth that has never had a muscle cramp.View Thread
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