A few suggestions for you ma'am
Hello ma'am and welcome.
Thank you for writing to us.
I completely understand what you are going through ma'am. And I would love to help as much as possible, but the really tricky part here is whether or not you will be able to get the medications that are usually used from the pharmacy without a prescription.
I shall go ahead and list out all the pain management medications that are typically used to help with sciatica
pain, along with a few suggestions to help prevent irritation of the sciatic nerve
itself. They are:
(acetaminphen): Should be easily accessible as it is mild and does not have any serious side effects to it at all
b. Naproxen: Is in my opinion the best pain management medication for sciatica, but may be a little difficult to get your hands not
c. Ibuprofen: Also quite effective, but may be slightly difficult to access
a. Warm compress: Apply for 15 minutes every 3 hours
b. Do not sit for prolonged periods
. Keep introducing short walks in between long duration's of sitting (especially if you have a desk job)
c. Choose between sitting and standing if you have an option. Avoid sitting if you can stand
I hope and pray your sciatica does not interfere in your daily regimen and life any further. Wishing you nothing but the best. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications, I would be more than happy to help you.
Best wishes ma'am.