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Re: Dealing with the frustration...

Postby StevePain » 03 Jun 2010, 15:09

Movicol, high fibre intake, plenty of water and POSITIVE thinking have helped me in the battle against my fissure, having tried ALL the conservative treatments of creams and ointments and not getting the result i'd hoped for I thought i'd just go it alone (no creams/ointments) and so far i'm pretty much in control of the pain, it's not easy, but keeping a positive attitude is the best way forward.
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Re: Dealing with the frustration...

Postby Deleted User 5 » 03 Jun 2010, 15:30

I would say, from my own experience, that while nefedipine (pretty much the same BP med as diltiazem) didn't cure me, it did lessen the severity of my spasms, although it takes about 1 1/2 to 2 weeks for it to begin to be effective. I stopped using it once, and the pain levels shot up, so I resumed using it, although I did have surgery within a month.
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