Re: inflammatory pain

From: Karen Kaplan (
Sat Mar 11 18:37:33 2000

Tara: Ibuprofens act by raising the pain threshold, but they do not tackle inflammation - aspirin works on inflammatory pain.

>----- Original Message -----
From: Tara S <> To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS <> Sent: Friday, March 10, 2000 2:54 AM Subject: Re: chest pain

> Still sounds an awful lot like what I had a year ago. That was attributed
to > an inflammation of the peritoneum. Not that they did anything besides take
a > couple of X-rays before coming up with that.
> After a couple of months it went away, with alot of Advil (for the
> inflammation - like everything else, it does nothing for pain for me), and
> no lifting, no reaching over my head, etc. It still bothers me sometimes,
> though, and I then reach for the Advil again before it gets too bad.
> Sound familiar to anyone?
> Tara
> ----Original Message Follows----
> From: (toni welsh)
> Reply-To:
> To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS <>
> Subject: re:chest pain
> Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 07:34:36 -0600
> I have had alot of pain and burning in the same areas as you, but I was
> contributing mine to smoking, that is why I went on Wellbutrin again. I
> am wondering the same thing as you if it has anything too do with
> adhesions.

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