Pain and aches
There are many different kinds of pain. Some are sharp, others are dull. Pain might come and go, or it might be constant. Here’s information about pain, as well as pain relief medicines.
Tramadol is a pain relief medicine. This page explains what tramadol is used for, how it works, its risks and other treatment options available in its place.
Oxycodone is a painkiller. To get oxycodone, you need to have a prescription written for you by your doctor. You can find out more by reading our trusted partner pages.
Leg pain can be described as any feeling of pain or discomfort in the area between your groin and ankle. Depending on the cause, leg pain can vary from moderate to severe. Learn more about the causes of leg pain.
Underlying causes of abdominal pain
There are many different causes of abdominal pain. Some cause short-term pain, some cause long-term pain or pain that comes and goes (recurring pain) and others cause sudden and severe pain.
Nerve pain treatments
Treating nerve pain can be difficult, but underlying conditions can often be managed. Here’s how to control nerve pain, and a list of pain clinics.
Neck pain is relatively common and can affect anyone.
Chronic pain continues long after your body should have completely healed. Learn more about living with chronic pain and how to manage it.
Painful periods are most common in young women, and the pain tends to ease as women get older. Learn more about the symptoms and treatments.
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.