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Description Pain Relief Plus+; Wireless TENS treatment and gentle vibration therapy for the whole body. A brand new, ergonomically designed wireless TENS device that allows the user to self-treat even those areas... more

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“Sticky Pain Relief”

published 04/03/2012

AdvantagesWorks well, tastes nice

DisadvantagesSticky, price

...it states for 3 months and up and this is written to look like a drip of medicine is falling from the wording. The picture on the bottle is of a little boy looking happy which I guess is supposed to mean use this medicine and your child will be happy again. It states on the box, it can be used to relieve the symptoms of colds, flu, headache, toothache, other pains, and to reduce a fever (including f...

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Super

AdvantagesEffective, non greasy, non staining.

DisadvantagesSome chemical components.

...so you may prefer those. This stuff is bright grass green and looks like ectoplasm. Not that I have any major experience of ectoplasm but I have seen the films you know.... Made by a company called Performance health based in Ohio USA, this minty goo is marketed mainly for sports injuries but I have found that it has many uses from topical ache and pain relief to migraine assistance...

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Advantageshelps you when you are in labour

Disadvantagescan leave you with a sore back afterwards

...was telling me that some of the side effects could be headaches. Thinking now any pain relief has side effects as it is medication and you don't know how you are going to react to it. I was told that if I didn't get my epidural then it would be too late so the anaesthetist came in and started the process. It took about 20 minutes to put in and as I was in pain I didn't even feel that it was this...

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