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6708370 tn?1471493810 Australian researchers reviewed three randomized trials that compared acetaminophen with a placebo for the relief of spinal pain, and 10 trials that compared their use for easing the pain of osteoarthritis. All together, the analysis included 5,366 patients. Acetaminophen was given orally in doses between 3,000 and 4,000 milligrams a day, except for one study in which a dose of 1,000 milligrams was administered intravenously.
Avatar m tn Most regular docutors follow the IDSA Lyme guidelines. The tests are very innacurate and the treatment is not adequate. I tested negative on my first Lyme test back in March before testing positive in April on a better test by an LLMD. So..it is something to consider. Google ILADS for Lyme and find the various treatment protocols. Also check out the film "under our skin." Google it or watch the trailer on youtube. Best of luck.
Avatar f tn ) Please know Lyme is controversial and most regular docs do not know how to properly diagnose it or treat it. They follow the IDSA guidelines which are not effective to treating chronic lyme. The good news is 80% of lymies make a full recovery with proper treatment. But it can take a long time and you won't get well unless you get an LLMD.
Avatar f tn Just one example of one of the Many Pains I Suffer every single day......................... thank you for your replies though.
Avatar f tn But we don't have socialized medicine in the US, and therefore we suffer because our doctors can not get insurance approval for our health care costs. We are moving to Canada, I am fed up with feeling bad all the time and paying out money to doctors who can't or won't help.
Avatar n tn I live in Canada, so have more opportunity to cover my arms than someone living in Florida and cover them I do. I am embarrassed by them. I feel shocked when I look in the mirror. So ladies, I empathize fully. If I find a solution, I will post for you all. It seems so unfair when I (and you) have worked out so darned hard to stay in shape and it still happens...