November 15, 2014 at 3:49 pm #29316
The reason I am suggesting Serratiopeptidase is that it’s a enzyme that dissolves necrotic tissue (scar tissue). IF the reason for the pain is inflammation is a build up of scar tissue this supplement will work wonders without drugs…
The worst thing that will happen is the supplement won’t work, but the supplement doesn’t cost that much and won’t do any damage to his health. A week or so and he will know one way or another.November 15, 2014 at 4:10 pm #29317
Thanks for the recommendation, I think I try it out.November 15, 2014 at 6:13 pm #29321
74, if the pain is really bad, take a very large dose three times a day. A high doses for short term will not be harmful at all, but will give you an idea very quickly if Serratiopeptidase will work in your situation. You can lower the dose later for a maintenance dose.
BUT don’t stop there! You MUST find what is causing the inflammation and stop it. The source might be vibration or repetitive strain injury, complication or undiagnosed diabetes (pre-diabetes, metabolic syndrome or obesity), rheumatoid arthritis, or some other cause. (If it turns out to be diabetes or RA, I can give you some leads that you can follow up with research.)
Serratiopeptidase is just a band-aid. It will give some pain-free time to find the root of the problem.
I am very fond of dietary solutions to chronic health problems because getting my diet right solved all my health problems included asthma, allergies, chronic sinus infections, yeast infections, osteoarthritis and epilepsy. I was in chronic pain for over six years. All these “illnesses” are just symptoms of chronic inflammation. If I hadn’t changed my ways, I was on the road to some horrible, health crisis.
Good luck, and keep us posted as to how your dad is doing.November 16, 2014 at 12:32 am #29356
<div class=”d4p-bbp-quote-title”>tweva wrote:</div>The way antidepressants give pain relief is completely separate from the anti-depressant effect. The dose required for treating depression is much higher (often over 150 milligrams (mg) a day) than the doses used for pain relief. Also, there are many different antidepressant drugs available that are effective for treating depression, but only a small number are also effective pain killers.
<div class=”d4p-bbp-quote-title”>tweva wrote:</div>It is important that the patient is given a full explanation of the rationale for antidepressant therapy. It is not that the doctor believes your pain is due to depression. So do not think that you are not being taken seriously and that the pain is “all in the mind”.
ty tweva, that was a perfect response. i really appreciate that.
it sucks that the first thing that comes to my mind every time we are given the option of a treatment for something is trust. you just don’t know whether your kidney needs to come out, or the doctor is trying to pay off his car…
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