Since Surgery, Regular Pain Meds not as effective??

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by Kimba4318, Dec 15, 2006.

  1. Kimba4318

    Kimba4318 New Member

    This is weird to me but true... Anyone else experience this? I am back on my regular pain medication since my surgery last Wednesday and it seems like I am taking NOTHING.

    Does anyone know the reason for this? I took 1 more dose of my meds, which I am allowed to do, but it made me a little nauseated, but not really helping with the pain.

    I find it odd and cannot figure it out. I was only on stronger meds for 3 days after surgery and then back to my normal dosage.

    Just puzzled and wondering if they will be effective again soon (I really hope).
    Hugs
    Kim
  2. AllWXRider

    AllWXRider New Member

    If you have a pinched nerve, sciatic/vertebrae, meds really won't quiet it down.

    Ischemic is a lack of blood flow. Nerves starved for oxygen will also hurt with out any relief from meds. Fibrin blockages or scar tissue usually. Fibrin is a blood clotting factor, but our bodies use enzymes to dissolve it away. As we age or get "compromised" (mercury toxicity?) our enzymes levels decrease and we have a harder time dissolving them.

    Scar tissue from surgery is dead tissue.

    Melons, papaya and pineapple have great natural enzymes.
    In capsule form, there is Virastop:
    http://www.enzymedica.com/products/Virastop?PHPSESSID=8d53a2f6fff2a94d410e32958b3d38e4

    Vitalzym is touted by Dr. William Wong N.D. as the best:
    http://www.totalityofbeing.com/FramelessPages/Articles/FibrosisEnemyArt.htm