Chronic Pain Leads to Higher Opioid Doses and Lower QoL in Sickle Cell Patients
Adult patients with sickle cell disease often experience a complex chronic pain syndrome that is frequently treated with long-term opioid regimens.
Patients with multiple sclerosis-related chronic pain were found to have spectral abnormalities within the dynamic pain connectome regions.
In this prospective, cohort study, patients (N=18) were randomized to receive gabapentin 400-800mg 3 times daily then pregabalin 150-300mg twice daily or vice versa; each treatment regimen was taken for ...
Adverse childhood experiences such as sexual violence, physical violence, serious illness, and bereavement may be associated with urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome symptoms.