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Old 10-08-2003, 05:00 AM
Mark Rumple
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I was in a severe motorcycle accident which involved broken bones of arm and leg. also back injury (but no broken bones---x-ray showed degenerative par with my 50 yrs. of age)...<br> 3 weeks after accident Md. prescribed this for pain...over the Lor-Tabs.<br> ..of course pain was not relieved...swolleness of arm seemed to increase... moved to regime with codeine for a week for pain..of course it subsided...I on my own continued back I feel relief...and swollenness subsided..<br><br>Yesterday...I decided to take Benadryl..yes. O.T.C. benadryl...R.O.M. <br> Range of Motion of Elbow greatly increased..also pain greatly decreased.<br> ..Will try Bextra tonight...again...hope it catches on like the .25 cent a dose Benadryl does..<br><br> Mark Rumple<br> 1508 N. Battin<br> Wichita, Kansas<br><br> P.S. former Pharmacy Student.
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