Pain Gone Pen - For Your Christmas Headache Needs £28.99 @ Chemist Direct - HotUKDeals
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Reduced from £49.99

The Pain Gone Pen is an innovative pain relief treatment that has been proven to work wonders for those experiencing minor, chronic or acute physical pain and for sufferers of arthritis and sciatica, amongst numerous other illnesses.

Your Pain Gone Pen will emit a low frequency electrical impulse each time you click it, activating your body’s natural pain defences and thereby reducing your discomfort and improving your quality of life.

The pen can be used as often as you like, unlike most other pain relief treatments, and even works through light clothing.

Benefits of the Pain Gone Pen:

* Eliminate pain naturally
* The Pain Gone Pen works well on any physical pain
* Use the Pain Gone Pen as often as you wish, unlike most pain remedies
* Small enough to carry around with you, use your pen discreetly wherever you are
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Gets good reviews but cheaper on Amazon £26.60
It's actually just a compact TENS machine - and it's not just the only product of its type
Is the special shape adapted for a pain inthe erm...
Fascinating product - thought it would be rubbish, but as earlier reviewer says it does get a lot of good reviews. Might get one for the inlaws.
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Might get one for the inlaws.
If it gets rid of inlaws, I'll take ten!
Haha, it was mostly a joke post but for some it maybe useful. Christmas is still 10 days away and I need pain relief already.
Is the special shape adapted for a pain inthe erm...

Interesting you should say that. I am a trainee GP and recall being shown whan of these on the wards my response was "is that something that goes in your ass?" (thinking it was a suppositry), the nurse looked rather blushed.

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