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Having painful shoulder with swelling hand. I have fibromyalgia

hi my name is Natasha, i have fibromyalgia , im allergic to codine, cymbalta, ibuprofen, i have a stomach ulcer and reflux, my right arm swellls up from carpal tunnel , now im having a problem with my left arm, it started 3 days ago, its really painful in my shoulder with pain to my hand my hand then swells up and sweats quite bad, i went to the hospital but they dont know why my arm is doing this, would you know what i can do or take for the pain, i have no doctors here that can tell me a thing... please help
Asked On : Sun, 27 Feb 2011
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.
You already have a stomach ulcer and reflux.Any pain killer you will take will precipitate this problem further. The best way is take Tab. Omeprazole or Tab. Pantoprazole empty stomach and then go for Tab. Torcoxia 90mg twice daily for pain.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sun, 27 Feb 2011
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