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ECU Notes: Drug research targets neuropathic pain

Scientists at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University are researching a novel approach to treating the debilitating pain that commonly occurs after a spinal cord injury. Their work is supported by a new two-year, $300,000 grant from the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation.

The most common treatment for the ailment, known as neuropathic pain, is as troublesome as it is effective. It involves the use of opioids such as morphine, which can become less effective as the body builds up tolerance to them. Opioids also are considered extremely addictive and put patients at risk of substance abuse.

Kori Brewer, associate professor of emergency medicine, and Stefan Clemens, associate professor of physiology, are working on a better answer.

The researchers will combine opioid drugs with medications that influence dopamine production. Dopamine is a chemical in the brain that affects emotions and the way people perceive feelings such as pleasure or pain.

"The goal is to combine previously developed drugs that have synergistic actions on the nervous system to maximize the benefit at lower doses than either drug would require on its own, reducing the likelihood of unwanted side effects," Brewer said.

bladder control?

its kinda wierd but ever scince i was little whenever i laughed to much or get tickled id piss my pants is there some kind of medicine or somthing that could help?

What that is called stress incontinence. There is no medications for it, But there excersizes called Kegel. Check here for how to do them. ponse/ht/kegelsmen.htm

Bladder Control?

Okay so i dont have a per say "normal" tract system..i dont go often enough no matter how much water i drink i still go the same..almost mayb once a day, and number two i have to force by eating blue berries or drinking cranberry juice...

I have the same problem and i hate it but my dr. gave me a perscription called Enablex hope this works