Sometimes an antidepressent or a steroid medication can be used to help control pain. Or a strop opioid medication. Careful, some of them, especially the weak opioids have codeine in it. Hard to locate, but MSM cream has helped me in the past. If you are brave, you can go all natural and try accupuncture. If that is a little freaky, there is a thing called accubeads. THere are many nerves that are in your ears, these beads get put in your ears depending on what kind of pain your having is where the
location is. It actually does lessen the pain. You get the beads by going to the accupuncturist (go figure). If you want a medication, I strongly suggest calling and making an appointment with your doctor. He or she can prescribe a proper medication that you can take. Make sure they have alll your medical records updated. That you cant take codeine or anti inflammatories. Hope this helps.
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