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 Posted 1/28/2012 6:44:33 AM
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What do you do and take after you pull your back to the point of great pain and difficulty in just breathing?

Would the muscles spasms go away by taking, say, lots of  Wobenzyme and Bromelain?What else is there to do?
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Although bromelain helps with inflammation, my suggestion is to consult a chiropractor.

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What do you do and take after you pull your back to the point of great pain and difficulty in just breathing?

Would the muscles spasms go away by taking, say, lots of  Wobenzyme and Bromelain?What else is there to do?


Dear rainbow, Well, there is codeine and it does work for back pain. Of course there are the well known long term addiction risks of using codeine. I have been taking the codeine off and on since 1968 for back back pain and other chronic pain resulting from a very bad injury.
   Like I said it does work. Now, you do NOT have a severe injury where there is NO hope of complete recovery from this injury. The reason I say that is: There is very good reason to think that some short term use of codeine may very well provide the necessary pain relief required for the damaged tissues to stop cramping up and allow for the necessary healing of said tissues to occur. I am not promising anything, but this codeine may be worth a try.
   Also and importantly: There are specific exercises you can do to help promote this healing process. The best one I know is to get on your hands and knees. Then, slowly push the middle of your spine upwards as far as you can while pushing your chin toward your chest, and then, slowly push your stomach down toward the floor as far as you can while pushing your head backwards. I think it is called cat stretches or something close to that. This codeine and cat stretches really worked for me when I was having some really bad back pain and had to do moving jobs for a living. It kept me going. It worked.   ...Oscar


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