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Wed Oct 22, 2014, 07:41 PM

3. Isn't it funny how one's body responds to different pain relievers?

I have learned that for my body, a very effective short term pain reliever is Toradol
There are several meds like Toradol which act on the opioid receptors of the brain, I have tried them but my body responds best to Toradol.

For "normal" aches and pains, aspirin is effective
for definite joint pain, Meloxicam really works.
So I alternate, depending on what the day and weather are doing to my body.
The most important thing I learned was to make sure to take them all with food and lots of water.
And the doc orders lab work to check on the kidneys and such as appropriate.

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