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Get Infectionafter Drinking A Lot Of Pain Tablets

Get Infectionafter Drinking A Lot Of Pain Tablets

Get infections after drinking a lot of tablets. Pain in lower back so sore but then not sure if it can be my kidneys, I don't drink water - but the pain is so severe. You drink tablets for the pain then you must drink something else for the infection and again and again it is the same thing over and over. Any advise please

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Sorry, very new to this. What pain tablets are you drinking and why are you not drinking water?

posted over 5 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

All I know is taking medication you HAVE TO DRINK PLENTY OF WATER to flush out your system properly. We only have 2 kidneys & 1 bladder. We have to take care of them to live a good life. We already have Fibromyalgia against us, don't put your urniary system in jeopardy because you don't like water. Get a filter system for your house. We have one & then filter it again for the saltwater aquarium. We tasted that water & fell in love with the way it tasted so clean‼️ I drink water all day, up to a gallon.

posted over 5 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I am not a big fan of water, but I do drink flavored water like propel and nestle flavored waters to get what I need in my day. The pain tablets may be allowing you to dehydrate more than you may realize. Certain medications will cause different types of side affects and dehydration is one of them that we may forget. At least, this is my experience. If your taking over the counter pain pills, becareful for your liver, your liver also functions in areas we sometimes do not realize. I have to becareful not to over do water or underdo water...it is a give and take since my liver is enlarged. I have been taking medications since 21 years of age do to RLS and fibro, it affects other organs that you may want to consider talking to your doctor about...take care and I hope this helps

posted over 5 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I am asking about the pills you are taking? And you must drink water I drink a gallon a day but please try and drink 8 glasses a day!!! With us being woman we need water,And please share with us about the pills you are taking?Are they for pain??

posted over 5 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Tramahexal LR and Tramacett/Ultracett. I know I have to drink water but just don't like it. Need to start drinking more

posted over 5 years ago
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