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Anyone using a Vascular Dilator for Pain Management ?

nutcase007nnutcase007 United StatesPosts: 877

As I posted in another discussion, I have been put on a Vascular Dilator (heart medication called Imdur).  I had heart attack symptoms including elevated troponin levels, as the cardiologist put it "as a result of chronic severe nerve pain causing elevated stress levels".  Since using the Vascular Dilator medication, most of my burning/stabbing nerve pain had gone away. 

The drug Imdur is in a class of drugs called "nitrates".  If you google neuropathic pain nitric oxide, you will get results that call the use of nitrates for chronic pain as experimental.  Has anyone else had positive results using a vascular dilator to relieve burning/stabbing pain?   

Do your due diligence, trust you know your body and question everything if it does not fit.  Advocate for yourself and you will be surprised what will be revealed trusting your body and instinct.

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