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help please, it hurts so bad, ive taken painkillers, i dont have a water bottle with me atm, why arent the painkillers workingg, idk what to do, why do we have to suffer and go through pain like this
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If you can, lie down. Maybe a heat pack, call someone to get you water too. Hope it fades soon.
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I know the feeling. I used to get horrendous cramps to the point I could barely move. The only thing that helped a little was painkillers (ideally ibuprofen), followed by a hot bath which would relax my muscles, and after that I'd be about ready for a nap to sleep it off. I'm not the nap type so I never actually intended for them to happen, but I'd just go and lie down after the bath and it seemed to happen naturally.
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