People who have mesothelioma can feel the pain due to illness. If you are in pain (and a lot of pain you are) may depend on the type of mesothelioma, stage (extent) of disease, and your pain threshold (tolerance for pain).
For people with mesothelioma, pain can be caused by several factors, including:
*Tumor that is pressing against nerves, bones or other organs
*Things are not related to cancer, such as headaches or muscle pain.
The doctor (or a specialist in pain management) can relieve pain or reduce mesothelioma in several ways, including:
In most cases, medications and alternative treatments can reduce the pain of lung cancer.
Medicines can often relieve pain mesothelioma. Ask your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before taking any medication against pain. The drugs are safe when used correctly. You can buy effective painkiller without prescription or medical prescriptions. These drugs are called nonprescription or prescription analgesics. For other analgesics, is a doctor's prescription required.
Although these medications can make people drowsy and constipated, resting and taking laxatives can help. Many people are afraid of becoming addicted to pain medicine, in fact, it happens rarely.
It'spossible that a person can feel the pain of mesothelioma. In most cases, mesothelioma can be controlled with pain medications, alternative therapies, and (rarely), radiation, or a nerve block.
Communication is an essential part of addressing the pain of mesothelioma. Doctor and nurse does not know how much pain occurs if you do not say. You must also tell them what medications or treatments work and which do not. With your help, doctor and nurse trying to understand why you have pain and how best to address it.
If you have questions about mesothelioma pain in your particular situation, please contact your doctor, nurse, social worker or pharmacist for more information.