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Chronic and acute pain is a severe kind of pain that becomes unbearable if not treated on time. Chronic pain is sustained over a period of time over 6 months. Chronic pain may occur even when the original injury that caused the pain is healed. Chronic pain can be eternal as long as you live and grow in intensity as you age. The most effective opioid pain killer for chronic pain is Tramadol for nerve pain. On the other hand acute pain is a short-term pain that occurs abruptly. It originates owing to a specific cause usually tissue injury. Generally it lasts for fewer than 6 months and disappears once the underlying cause is taken care of. Some manifestations of acute pain include broken bones surgery dental work labor and childbirth cuts and burns.

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Here are some examples of chronic pain: · Frequent headaches · Nerve damage pain · Low back pain · Arthritis pain · Fibromyalgia pain Acute pain is a pain of high potency and intensity such as dental pain. This pain can be instant. This pain is not sustained over time. There is one more classification of pain

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What are the types of pain · Acute pain — Acute pain often starts suddenly and feels ‘sharp’ · Chronic pain — Chronic pain sustained over a long period of time · Breakthrough pain — This is a sudden pain · Bone pain · Soft tissue pain · Nerve pain · Referred pain · Phantom pain You may also experience chronic pain in the form that includes: · headache · postsurgical pain · post-trauma pain

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· lower back pain · cancer pain · arthritis pain · neurogenic pain — pain caused by nerve damage · psychogenic pain — pain that is not caused by disease injury or nerve damage. How is chronic pain diagnosed The doctor will carry out some diagnostic tests including to determine the cause of pain: 1. blood urine and/or fluid from the spinal cord and brain laboratory tests 2. Musculoskeletal or neurological exams to assess reflexes sensation balance and coordination 3. Imaging tests 4. Electrodiagnostic procedures

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How to live with chronic pain I am sure that no one would want to live life with chronic pain. However some people do not have options but to live with it. If you do not want to live with it get the root cause diagnosed to treat it further. Here are doctors would like to know: · how long you’ve had the pain · how often your pain occurs · what brought on your pain · what activities or movements make your pain better or worse · where you feel the pain · whether your pain is localized or spread out

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if your pain is intermittent or constant · when it starts · how long it lasts · how it feels · where you feel it · how severe it is on a scale of 1 to 10 · what brought on or triggered the pain · what if anything made it better · any medications or treatments used

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Chronic vs. acute pain · As I mentioned earlier any pain sustained over 6 months can be termed as chronic while acute pain is within 6 months. · Acute pain occurs suddenly but chronic is with you always either mild moderate or severe. · Acute pain heals when the underlying cause is diagnosed and treated. Chronic pain though treated sometimes and cease to exists may also continue till the end of your life. · Apparently it is preferable to suffer acute pain rather than a chronic one. The bottom line is that no pain is good and should be treated on time before it gets worse. Read More: https://tramadolexport.com/blog/4-easy-yoga-poses-for-neck- pain-relief/ To Shop Email Us: admintramadolexport.com

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