Lloydspharmacy TENS Dual Channel Digital Pain Reliever £12.94 @ Lloyds Pharmacy
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Lloydspharmacy TENS Dual Channel Digital Pain Reliever £12.94 @ Lloyds Pharmacy

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Found 31st May 2013
This machine is fantastic, I have on going back problems with slip disc etc; I was going to purchase some replacement gel pads for my three year old tens machine and I saw they had reduced the actual machine with pads down to a crazy low price... made sense just to buy a new machine again.
If you suffer with back pain I highly rate this little mercy machine!

Was £19.94 with delivery, now reduced to a special offer price of £12.94 delivered.

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if i wanted to electrocute my wife while she's giving birth i'd just jam a toaster in her face.

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Heres the direct link, I can't seem to alter the direct link...A probably a MOD can? Lloyds Pharmacy
Edited by: "Wowhats" 31st May 2013

mrzootsuit

if i wanted to electrocute my wife while she's giving birth i'd just jam … if i wanted to electrocute my wife while she's giving birth i'd just jam a toaster in her face.



Aaaaah, you old romantic you X)

love my tens machine and the new one is at a great price, voted HOT

6.06% topcashback too!

I bought a few weeks back for a slipped disc, too. Only used it a couple of times. Gives a few minutes relief but that stops as soon as the cycle does. You can't really have this running all day so I just learned to live with the pain. Might suit more acute problems.
A set of replacement pads was about half the cost of this.

It is now £9.99

Sadly for me TENS never worked for me, no effect on my back pain at all. I wonder why some of us have good results and others nothing at all?

Treating pain can be very difficult.
Sometimes it's not obvious where to place the pads etc...
It's worth getting your GP to refer you to a specialist pain clinic

pjlhot

Treating pain can be very difficult.Sometimes it's not obvious where to … Treating pain can be very difficult.Sometimes it's not obvious where to place the pads etc...It's worth getting your GP to refer you to a specialist pain clinic



I go to a pain management consultant, but sometimes spinal nerve pain just can't be helped much. I keep trying any alternative pain remedy I see though in the hopes that something will help more than strong opiates which only take the edge of, on a good day, mostly they don't even do that!
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