What if you were crying in pain and no one would hear you?
Ethical questions about nocioception and ASD.
The Second Pathway within the Somatosensory System (touch) is called… 547 more words
Foria wants you to know they are selling vaginal suppositories of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) called Fiora Relief for menstrual cramps. Each suppository contains 60 mg of THC and 10 mg of CBD. 800 more words
Look what the amazing Dr. Jen Gunter has to share again! The idea of marijuana via vaginal suppository is quite interesting. At times, I'm sure I would have been very desperate to try such a thing, but today is the first I've ever heard of this ... plus I don't live in a state that allows medical marijuana. Anyway, if anyone tries or has tried this, please let me know -- I'd really like to know how well it worked! But it's not like I'm going to go get a uterus transplant so I can try it myself! My dsymenorrhea (painful periods) are a thing of the past -- and it was all done legally!
This has been open to interpretation for me and I have struggled with this, it goes without saying that I wish the health and happiness for my famiends, and as small amount of pain daily throughout the year as possible for me. 191 more words
2TheApex: Use a bite block
Whenever a patient can tolerate a bite block/mouth prop, aka “tooth pillow”, we use one. Since using them routinely, I perceive a decrease in post-op myofascial pain complaints. 99 more words
Pain is not transmitted to the brain. Injury information is transmitted to the brain. The brain then interprets and translates the information. This means, pain is in the brain… it is a perception. 442 more words