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Re: Freezing the Nerves in the Neck for Pain Relief

Re: Freezing the Nerves in the Neck for Pain Relief

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Posted by Victoria on November 02, 2000 at 15:14:04:

In Reply to: Freezing the Nerves in the Neck for Pain Relief posted by Lulubel on November 01, 2000 at 13:50:28:

: This is my next option, since I had the Botox shots a month ago and has a severe reaction. My Neuro is planning on purchasing the machine for this procedure soon. Not soon enough for me though. I was wondering if anyone has had that done or considered it and what their doctor said about it. All I know is that there is constant numbness, that very slowely goes away as the nerves regenerate. I can't imagine the numbness being as bad as constant pain, spasms and headaches from "you know where"

: Lynda

I've posted before, so you probably know that I take Phrenelin for migraines. But, your post brought back a forgotten memory. When I was pregnant with my first child, 15 years ago, I was not permitted to take anything stronger than Tylenol (second trimester). When I got those horrible hormonal migraines, a friend told me to lie flat on my back, with a bag of ice under my neck. Sure enough, within 30 minutes, I was pain free. I had forgotten how well it worked. I can't do that now, because the coldness aggravates my TMJ disorder. What machine were you referring to? Just curious.....


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