There's a range of pain-relief medicines for acute or chronic pain, including over-the-counter and prescription medication. All have possible side effects.
Treating cellulitis with antibiotics and rest.
There are some medicines you don't need a prescription for. These are called over-the-counter medicines.
There are a range of treatments which may be recommended, depending on the cause of the pancreatitis and the person’s condition. Read about them here.
Can medicines be addictive?
Some medicines can cause dependence and addiction. Learn which ones are associated with these risks and how to avoid dependence or addiction when taking them.
Nerve pain medication
There are many different types of medicines used to help ease nerve pain. Find out more about what medicines to take from a trusted source.
Managing period pain
Period pain (dysmenorrhoea) is common but can stop some women from enjoying their normal activities. Here are some ways to manage painful periods.
Arthroscopic release of frozen shoulder
Frozen shoulder can cause severe pain and stiffness. An arthroscopic capsular release should reduce your pain and help you to move your shoulder more easily.
There are many different types of medicines used to help ease osteoarthritis symptoms. Learn more about what medicines to take from a trusted source.
Tension headaches are very common and experienced by almost everyone. Learn more about tension headaches including its symptoms, causes and treatments.