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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Every 4 hours, surely ?
#2
what strength are they? Are they extra stength? You take them less.
#3
if its three a day it would be one every 8 hrs?

They must be extra strong, like cuprofen or something.
1 Like #4
Depends on the strength, i couldn't even sit up with my trapped nerve, i slept laid and spent all day on the floor for 4 days...!
#5
jellybaby22
can you not take paracetamol in between taking ibuprofen? That way it will help a bit more...Im doing that just now...with the pain from my wisdom teeth.... xx

i know when i trapped a nerve in my neck doctor gave me ibuprofen the strengh was 400 3 a day and was told to take paracetomol in between
#6
Get some voltarol gel as well :)
or some other pain reliving gel
#7
Yes, I find it's really helpful to take ibruprofen , then 2 hrs later take paracetamol, four hours after that, paracetamol, 2 hrs after that, ibruprofen... and circle round like that.

Also, hot and then cold wraps can help ease the pain too.
#8
I have had a trapped nerve in my back a few times. Codeine seems to work better for me.
banned#9
NHS site
You may wish to use both paracetamol and ibuprofen at the same time to reduce pain and fever. There is no known harmful interaction between paracetamol and ibuprofen in people over the age of 16.


it also states you should take paracetomol first as it has less side effects
#10
Just take a couple with a can of special brew :thumbsup:
#11
Predikuesi
I have had a trapped nerve in my back a few times. Codeine seems to work better for me.


Codeine is a strong painkiller, knocks me flat.. comes from the opiate family, I think.
#12
ClarityofMind;4509510
Codeine is a strong painkiller, knocks me flat.. comes from the opiate family, I think.


I think you are right - from the poppy.
#13
ouch you poor thing never had a trapped nerve but i have nerve damage and pain in my head its not nice take it easy hun x
#14
starsparkle2311
ooh wisdom teeth, nasty!!! Been there done it

To everyone else, I don't know, I got the big pink smartie pills, 3 times a day I was instructed

I'm taking one at 12, they are working, my arm is killing, do you think I can sue HUKD?lol

Regardless it is so painful, I'm quite a fit, busy person, jees I'm a single mum, my kids have had a big lesson in self-responsibility this week I can tell you!!!!

Their "slave" has been out of action this week!!!!


I hate being dependent, I have no-one to be dependent on, hahahaha, that's what makes it worse - I wanna get better, jees it's not until;,you get ill, you realise how lucky you are to be healthy!!!


awww, I hope your kiddies are old enough to help you out x x
#15
ClarityofMind;4509510
Codeine is a strong painkiller, knocks me flat.. comes from the opiate family, I think.


Predikuesi;4509530
I think you are right - from the poppy.


correct I get 200 codeine phosphate a month on prescription.
#16
starsparkle2311
are you buying?


Only if they are on offer at the Co-op...
#17
i feel for you hope you get better quick but remember to take it easy once you start to feel better or you will back to square one
#18
the funny thing is having a drink helps you relax then which helps muscles relax if only they could perscribe alcohol lmao
#19
starsparkle2311
you are so cheeky, I am not an alky, you tinker, although thier £3.99 Las Moras wine is helping at the mo'


Not a wine fan myself. Just cracking open a bottle of Staropramen :thumbsup:
1 Like #20
starsparkle2311
funnily enough I felt ok on Tuesday, I decided to catch up on ironing, housework, computer work, and yeh you're right, straight back to square one +10, big time pain, getting better now tho' thanx



good glad to hear it :thumbsup:
#21
starsparkle2311
Eh? What the heck is that?


Best lager in the world :thumbsup:
#22
ClarityofMind
if its three a day it would be one [SIZE="2"]every 8 hrs[/SIZE]?

They must be extra strong, like cuprofen or something.


Yes
#23
starsparkle2311
I know, but I figured if I take one at 12 it will help me sleep, then I can take one when I wake up again at 8, and then start the routine again!! I've ran out of deep heat, boo hoo.


I thought women had a high pain threshold anyway? Or so you keep on informing us. Just take the pills and get on with things :whistling:
















(insert broken winky smiley here)
1 Like #24
starsparkle2311
I know, but I figured if I take one at 12 it will help me sleep, then I can take one when I wake up again at 8, and then start the routine again!! I've ran out of deep heat, boo hoo.


TB absolutely BH, I reckon that you can do that and slip in a few extra - just not every 4 hours which was one suggestion.
What's the max for the dose that you have per 24 hours? Take the max that you can, just not all at once.
Pain like that is horrible. You can get an ibuprofen gel as well which is good.
Fingers crossed.
1 Like #25
chesso
TB absolutely BH, I reckon that you can do that and slip in a few extra - just not every 4 hours which was one suggestion.
What's the max for the dose that you have per 24 hours? Take the max that you can, just not all at once.
Pain like that is horrible. You can get an ibuprofen gel as well which is good.
Fingers crossed.

Don't ever take more tablets in a day than it states on the label...

i'm a nurse and believe me I've seen patients and heard of patients having kidney problems after just taking a couple more than they should in 24 hours!! (I didn't realise it was too bad either before seein it happen....!).

Taking the 2 brufen and 2 paracetemol together is fine - this is how you'd get it if you were in hospital. However at home folk can find spacing them out (paracet then 2 hours brufer then 2 hours paracet...) like someones mentioned helps the pain not get to a bad point before you're due to take more...

hope you're back eases up soon
1 Like #26
You know I'm only joking :p
#27
starsparkle2311
yeh right, you little tinker!!!! I'll remember when you get old and suffer!!!!


I'm in pain today so you don't have to wait any longer :w00t:
#28
starsparkle2311
ah bless, so am I, hope you get better soon,we're both troopers tho'. Posting on here!!!


It's my leg hurting at the minute so not as bad as your pain I suppose :thumbsup:
#29
starsparkle2311
taking another tablet soon, hope your leg gets better!!!
Funny how you don't appreciate your body until it stops working isn't it?


I've just recently got my shoulder sorted out.

It's as if someone upstairs is laughing at me picking a different body part for pain every few months :w00t:
#30
extra strength Co-codamol washed down with a few wheat beers is awsome.

Seriously awesome.

I sat with an inane grin for hours, just soaking up the sheer awesomeness.

(don't take other peoples prescribed drugs)

Girlfriend was NOT chuffed.

But it was still awesome.

I'm actually kinda hoping for something else to give me pain so I can do it again!

Awesome. :)
banned#31
you know that you actually havent trapped a nerve dont you? Thats physically impossible- when a doctor says you've 'trapped a nerve' it just means some non-specific pain that they cant be bothered diagnosing properly.
Nerves cant get 'trapped' in anything- basic anatomy.
If I were you I would be on co-codamol, codeine is the shizzle
#32
Mascherano
you know that you actually havent trapped a nerve dont you? Thats physically impossible- when a doctor says you've 'trapped a nerve' it just means some non-specific pain that they cant be bothered diagnosing properly.
Nerves cant get 'trapped' in anything- basic anatomy.
If I were you I would be on co-codamol, codeine is the shizzle


codeine is gr8! :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

hic
#33
starsparkle2311
NO, I didn't need the doctor to tell me what was wrong, I knew, I just needed the prescription!!!

Taking the pill now, she advised me to wear a scarf, take hot baths etc, totally useless information, nothing I hadn't tried, but jees, the pills are working!


+beers=AWESOME

did i mention awesome?

man, I'm a junkie waiting to happen :oops:
#34
Mascherano
you know that you actually havent trapped a nerve dont you? Thats physically impossible- when a doctor says you've 'trapped a nerve' it just means some non-specific pain that they cant be bothered diagnosing properly.
Nerves cant get 'trapped' in anything- basic anatomy.
If I were you I would be on co-codamol, codeine is the shizzle


How about a 'squashed nerve' then due to pressure of the skeletal and connective tissues? Plus there are channels where nerves can be trapped at the vertebral exits and channels in the shoulder. I think that 'trapped' is a perfectly adequate description.
banned#35
chesso
How about a 'squashed nerve' then due to pressure of the skeletal and connective tissues? Plus there are channels where nerves can be trapped at the vertebral exits and channels in the shoulder. I think that 'trapped' is a perfectly adequate description.


Unless he has a serious spinal defect; that.s a myth
2 Likes #36
Hi,
You can take 400mg of Ibuprofen 3xday 6 to 8 hours.Take Paracetomal 1g aswell and it will work better.If your really struggling you can take 600mg but only for few days.Otherwise,ask for Diclofenac (Volterol).Make sure your having something to eat though.
#37
go and have accupuncture, works wonders!!!
1 Like #38
Havent read all the comments above, you can take ibuprofen every 6 to 8 hours. Add another pain killer to it if they are not working properly (paracetamol, co-codamol, paramol) (weak, stronger, strongest OTC)
#39
Mascherano
Unless he has a serious spinal defect; that.s a myth


I have Thoracic outlet syndrome on my right hand side and the brachial nerve bundle and brachial vein are both affected. The surgeon recommends nerve decompression to help the pain, so in effect the nerve is at the moment 'trapped'. I have no skeletal defects, spinal, serious or otherwise. so it is infact possible.

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