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Living with chronic pain not only drags down quality of life, but it is also linked to poorer HIV-related health outcomes.
Aspirin is an effective pain reliever, but taking it comes with potential risks as well as benefits.
Menopause in women living with HIV can worsen pain.
Between 39 and 85 percent of the HIV population experiences chronic pain.
Call me crazy, but I’ll never forget how thrilled I was the day I discovered I could crack my own back.
It’s important to discuss any side effects you may have with your health care provider.
Not only is pain common among people living with HIV, it increases the odds of no-show clinic visits.
For decades, marijuana has been legally—and illegally—smoked, ingested and vaporized to treat the symptoms and side effects of HIV...
The FDA probably will not approve Qutenza as a treatment for HIV-associated peripheral neuropathy, but the novel pain patches can still...
An application supporting approval for a skin patch containing the chili pepper-derived chemical capsaicin to manage HIV-associated...
A recent POZ.com blog, “New Empathy for Neuropathy,” by Laura Whitehorn, hit a nerve—pardon the pun—with our readers.
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