List Of Painkillers

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Jay Says:


my mother has a cut in her left thumb and is much paining her. We had taken antibiotic tablets but still her pain is not decreasing. The Doctor cut the layer of her skin rudely without applying anything on her thumb and so now she is suffering from much pain. So please suggest me some Best pain killers for my mom....



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ronan wilson Says:

I will suggest to try Soma medication because it really help to get relief from injury pains.But it will be better if you ask your doctor about it as it will be unsafe to consume without doctor prescription.

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EDDY Says:

Re: ronan wilson (# 1)

So getting a prescription makes it safer, that's a new one. Soma is not a pain medication although some compound versions have some OTC pain relievers in them, and Codeine is also available with Soma

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