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Severe body ache, pain in back and length of hands. History of high BP. Treatment for muscular pain?

About every two or three months I have a morning where I wake up and my entire body aches. I feel like every muscles is hurting. Like I ran a marathon in my sleep. The pain is the most severe in my back, the entire length and my hands. Over the counter pain meds help very little. After a few days it goes away as mysteriously as it arrived. I feel a little fatigued but not exhausted. More like I just had a less than great nights sleep. The only health condition I have is borderline high blood pressure and I m about 45 pounds over weight.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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The pains you are having is most probably due to the stress and depression which might also be a cause of your high blood pressure. the ultimate cure is the avoidance of the stress factor and have some physical activity. As you are hypertensive so you are not allowed to use normal NSAIDs like diclofenic sodium or others instead peroxicam or meloxicam is recommended as pain killers

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