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I’ve had backpain for the last 3-4 years. It gets worse at times when I tweak it. It gets bad enough that I can’t even walk some days. I had an xray two years ago that said nothing was wrong. I’ve tried tylenol, mot rin, and aspirin. My back pain isn’t getting any better. Are there good prescription drugs out there I can take?

If analgesics are ineffective, there are a number of muscle relaxants on the market that are commonly prescribed for back pain. These include Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine), Robaxin (methocarbamol), Skelaxin (metaxalone), Soma (carisoprodol). They are most effective in increasing mobility and alleviating pain for acute onsets of severe debilitating muscle spasms that accompany low back pain. These . . . → Read More: I’ve had backpain for the last 3-4 years. It gets worse at times when I tweak it. It gets bad enough that I can’t even walk some days. I had an xray two years ago that said nothing was wrong. I’ve tried tylenol, mot rin, and aspirin. My back pain isn’t getting any better. Are there good prescription drugs out there I can take?

I got a bad cold 3 months ago and my doctor said I had Mono. I’ve stopped coughing and all and feel better but I’ve had these pretty big swollen glands on my neck ever since. Should I get them checked out?

Yes, you should have your swollen lymph nodes evaluated. Infectious mononucleosis often causes bilateral lymphadenopathy (swollen lymph nodes) and usually improves within 4 weeks of symptom resolution. Any lymph node that does not resolve is considered abnormal and should be biopsied by a surgeon as they could be a sign of lymphoma.

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What is the best way to treat salmonella food poisoning?

Salmonella enteritis is diarrheal disease that often clears within 7 days. Healthy immunocompetent adults and children older than 12 months who are infected with the Salmonella enteritidis bacteria should be treated with supportive care by replacing lost fluids and electrolytes. The gastroenteritis from salmonella is usually self limited in these individuals and studies have shown . . . → Read More: What is the best way to treat salmonella food poisoning?

How can I get a medical marijuana prescription in New Jersey?

As of July 18, 2010, New Jersey physicians are able to prescribe medical marijuana to state residents. The maximum amount legally prescribable is 2 ounces for a 30 day period and only for the following conditions:

1) Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and inflammatory bowel disease (eg: Crohn’s Disease). . . . → Read More: How can I get a medical marijuana prescription in New Jersey?

I was punched in the jaw last night in a fight. How do I know if I broke my jaw?

The best way to tell if your jaw is broken is to go in to the emergency room for an X-Ray. Short of that, a simple at-home test would be to bite down and see if you feel your bite is misaligned or if you feel there is something between your teeth preventing you from . . . → Read More: I was punched in the jaw last night in a fight. How do I know if I broke my jaw?