Suggest treatment for lower back pain and elevated heart rate
you'd better use paracetamol
if you've had problems with the combination in the past, then you'd better use paracetamol instead (with methocarbamol) or if the pain is severe substitute tramadol for methocarbamol and add paracetamol. So the final regimen should be either of the following ones:
- methocarbamol and paracetamol
- tramadol and paracetamol
Since tramadol is an opioid I would suggest avoiding its use unless absolutely necessary. Using both may result in increased sleepiness and motor coordination problems but will result in better pain management obviously...
I hope it helps!
paracetamol or tramadol are not NSAID
Neither paracetamol nor tramadol belong to the NSAID. You haven't told me what the injected drug will be. A corticosteroid I suppose?
In any case the suggested regimen can be used for additional relief.
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