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Welcome to the Pain Channel

Pain is something everyone experiences at one time or another. In some cases, the pain is short-term (also known as acute pain); in other cases, it is long-term (also known as chronic pain). Pain can be the result of injury or illness, or the causes can be unknown.

Welcome to the Pain Health Channel on eMedTV. Because pain is such a common occurrence in people, and because many people take medication to help relieve it, this eMedTV resource contains hundred of articles on the different medications used to relieve pain. These articles discuss both prescription medicines (like Relafen® and Toradol®) and non-prescription medicines (like Motrin®). The circumstances under which these pain medications are taken are described, as are precautions and warnings to be aware of with the drugs, potential side effects, and indications of a possible overdose. This Health Channel also contains information on various causes of pain.
You may choose to begin your eMedTV pain experience by clicking any of the featured pain links located on this page. You can also use the health topic section on the left side to find a specific topic of interest. If you do not find the pain information that you are looking for in these two locations, use the search box at the top of this page. We also have a Health Channel devoted to one of the most common types of pain -- back pain
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Pain Articles A-Z
  • Alternative Treatment for Fibromyalgia to Bowel Injury From a Laparoscopy for Endometriosis
  • Buy Darvocet Online to Clinoril and Pregnancy
  • Clinoril and Weight Gain to Darvocet Medication for Pain
  • Darvocet N to Darvon Without a Prescription
  • Darvoset to Dosing With Oxaprozin
  • Drug Interactions With Anaprox to Embeda
  • Embeda Abuse to Feldene Side Effects
  • Fibromyalgia to Fibromyalgia Treatment
  • Generic Anaprox to Generic Vicodin
  • Generic Vistaril to Indocin Drug Interactions
  • Indocin Medication to Ketoprofen and Pregnancy
  • Ketoprofen and Weight Gain to Loratabs
  • Lorcet to Lodine Side Effects
  • Mefenamic Acid to Morphing
  • Motrin to Norco Drug Information
  • Norco Drug Interactions to Oramorph Side Effects
  • Oramorph SR Drug Information to OxyContin Indications
  • OxyContin Medication for Pain to Percocet and Pregnancy
  • Percocet and Prozac to Precautions and Warnings With Anaprox
  • Precautions and Warnings With Diclofenac Potassium to Relafen Drug Interactions
  • Relafen Information to Side Effects of Diflunisal
  • Side Effects of Etodolac Extended-Release to Suboxone Withdrawl
  • Subutex to Tramadol Addiction
  • Tramadol and Alcohol to Tramadol/Acetaminophen Dosage
  • Tramadol/Acetaminophen Drug Info to Vicoden
  • Vicodin to Warnings and Precautions With Diflunisal
  • Warnings and Precautions With Mefenamic Acid to What Is Pegloticase Used For?
  • What Is Percocet Used For? to What Is Voltaren-XR Used For?
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