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how long to use NSAID's for??

comedycentral

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along with recoup and sport specific excercises to assist with a prolonged injury i am thinking of running a course of NSAID's to try to reduce inflamation.

my chiro believes i have possible nerve damage in my upper back causing pain and discomfort. i have decided to take 4 weeks away from the weights other than some bodyweight dips/chins and work on rehab stuff.

i am just wondering what proples thoughts are on using painkillers to assist and how long should you run them for
 

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you want to be on them for as little time as possible. long term use causes stomach issues, ulcers, kidney and liver issues. especially if you are using AAS you don't need more stresses on your organs.

Look into using fish oils (4grams of omega 3 daily) to reduce inflammation.
 

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over the counter and i am not using anything else i.e. AAS

i use fish oil now along with ice etc
 

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If your chiro thinks you have nerve damage you really should get a mri done. My dad waited too long to have surgery and still has no feeling in a couple fingers. No drug is going to make it all better.
 

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What do you mean by "nerve damage"? Disc issues, impingement, etc? If so, I think you will need to address that to get any real relief.

I have used NSAIDS for years off and on. More on lately though. :eek: I like the 50 mg Cataflam, but its a script. I think the less you can take them, the better off you are. But sometimes it comes down to dealing with pain or the ability to function well. Like all meds, with the upside, there is a downside. Have you tried Cissus?
 
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You know there is certain types of food that have the same effect with reducing inflammation.

Do some goggling about it.
 

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along with recoup and sport specific excercises to assist with a prolonged injury i am thinking of running a course of NSAID's to try to reduce inflamation.

my chiro believes i have possible nerve damage in my upper back causing pain and discomfort. i have decided to take 4 weeks away from the weights other than some bodyweight dips/chins and work on rehab stuff.

i am just wondering what proples thoughts are on using painkillers to assist and how long should you run them for
I would just take them as needed personally. If you have a nasty injury you may want to use it on a regular basis for awhile.
 

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