Well woke up today with a really pain full left eye,i looked in the mirror and it was just really red and puffy.The day before yesterday it was realyreally dry so i put some E45 on it..Whats happened ...
i feel a little pain on my left eye few days ago.. and today there is a small bulge on my left eye lid. its red and swelling. It is quite painful when i touch it.. it make my eye look smaller than my ...
I need some seriouse help i just can not sleep i am in agony everynight with my back i need some serious sugestions on ways to sleep i am on strong pain killers already the only thing that helps is ...
im due to get surgery tomorrow at 11,30 to wire my finger back together after a fall im not aloud to eat or drink anything from 6.00am does this mean im not aloud to take pain killers i forgot to ask ...
Make two small balls of boiled rice and eat it one by one.dont drink water for 15 minutes
Just be glad it wasn't a Viagra or equivalent.
Well, before you go to the doctor, if it does not go down on its own - I would drink a lot of liquids, preferably water. The liquid should push the pill through in time.
If there is still pain and the pill has not gone through for a considerable amount of time, I would get it checked out.
I would suggest eating something such as chips or bread. These usually do the trick for me. It doesn't work right away, but it does help to push the pill down.
go to the doc.hope u'll be well soon
I would eat some bread and keep drinking lots of water. I know it's uncomfortable, but eventually it will do down or dissolve
try drinking some milk this may help, if this dosn't phone nhs direct they will be able to give you advice . hope this helps x
A hot liquid, as hot as you can stand without burning, preferrably soup
Drink a lot of Pepsi. Or lemon juice. Something acidic that will erode the pill and unlatch it from your throat. And don't worry. You won't get sick or burna hole into your stomach.
try drinking warn liquids, this should help speed the process of "melting/dissolving" the pill
Drink carbonated or hot beverages. If the pill is still lodged try tilting your head back and use your hand to gently apply some pressure under the chin (or where you feel the pill is stuck) and kind of massage it down. I am a nurse and we do this sometimes in our older patients who have trouble swallowing pills. If this doesn't work, the pill should eventually dissolve enough to dislodge. Keep drinking liquids.