I have hypothyroid, and high bp
Hi, there are several things you can try, prescription muscle relaxant medications, OTC medications, such as Ibuprofen, Paracetamol, Voltarol, heat therapy, physiotherapy, using a TENS machine... Have you discussed treatment with your doctor or a physiotherapist? It may be a good idea so you know you are using the most effective method for you individually. I had an accident resulting in prolapsed discs in my back and was prescribed Amitriptyline as it was a long term condition causing me pain daily. Amitriptyline are primarily an anti-depressant, but are also used to treat pain (alongside other treatment options) and to help you sleep when the pain is keeping you from a good night sleep. There are so many options these days, discussing these with your GP really would be the best idea.
Back pain is one of the worst places for an injury. I dont know the current state your in right now but I can honestly tell u, starting to just pop pain pills to take away the pain is just temporary relief. You'd be surprised at the power of stretching out your muscles twice a day, and then on top of that maybe an anti-inflammatory like iboprofen would work. but please try and stay away from those heavy PK's. Western medicine is so corrupt, theyll give prescriptions out to anybody
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