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    Somebody tell me a instant pain relief solutions ?
    provailenreview posted:

    I am new one of this forum, And happy to here for discuss my questions..
    periwinkle52 responded:
    At least not to my knowledge!
    Anybody out there know of one?
    Perhaps you need a Pain Mangement Dr.
    good luck to you, I will watch your replies to see if anyone may know anything else, periwinkle
    davedsel responded:

    As the other poster said, there is no such thing as an "instant" pain reliever. It also depends on what is causing your pain as well.

    What type of doctors have you seen and what is your diagnosis?
    Click on my username or avatar picture to read my story.


    hise1973 responded:
    Hello! First of all there is no instant pain relief solution. However, you can try out some medication intended to relief pain, depending on how severe the pain is. For example, tramadol is a good pain reliever. You can get more information through this link:

    But take note that it would be better for you to discuss first with your doctor the source of pain, especially if it gets worse so you can arrive at the right medications.
    cweinbl responded:
    IV Fentanyl will provide near-instant pain relief. Good luck obtaining it. Then you'll need to start an IV on yourself. Careful about respiratory depression.

    The above, of course, was in jest. Almost nothing works instantly. However there are some new delivery options that are faster than IM injections, medication that you digest or use transdermally. I'm talking about transbuccal delivery (ex. Fentora). Takes about one or two minutes to start working.

    Ask your doctor about an Rx.

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