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Intercostal muscle tear after fall,severe pinched nerve pain

I had a fall & feel I have some intercostal muscle tear. I had taken Mobizox before when I had a sever pinched nerve pain from my c4 c5, & it helped relieve the pain without any side effects together with Physio. I am taking Mobizox now for my intercostal muscle tear & it is helping relieve the pain. The pain relief is temporary & returns the next day. Am I doing the right thing & how long should I continue with taking Mobizox/
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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Mobizox is a muscle relaxant and it doesn't have much role in relieving the pain. You need to take pain medications along with it, if you desire effective pain relief. You also need to get an X-ray done to look for any rib fractures, in which case you need to visit a doctor personally.

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Answered: Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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