Pain Medications That Starts With The Letter C

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the queen used it while delivering her eigth child



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Verwon Says:

Actually, that is a myth. At the time there was a debate going on between doctors who thought it was okay to use pain medication during child birth and those who did not.

Thus, the store was told and perpetuated, to try to encourage people to use it and believe it was safe, however, the store was not actually true.

That said, whether or not the queen did get any medication is something this site does not know.

The thing most commonly used back then did not begin with a C, anyway, it was actually Ether.


https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Ether/­

Is there anything else I can help you with?


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bill Says:

pain med that strat with letter c

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Jenn Says:

I recently had a migraine headache and the ER doctor gave me a shot of something beginning with "C" or maybe "K'.........any ideas

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