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Well the only logical thing for pain relief until you can see a doctor is to take some panadol/Neurofen or something, and if its a muscle thing, put heat on it and if its swelling ice it.
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hey kid, i think you should hit it with sticks, or sleep with a chicken bone under your pillow...

I think thats all the bases covered...
hehe (and i didn't mean you).

by the way, while you're here....what does it mean if you cough up black sputum?
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i have really bad cramp in both my knees. its just started last nite and is gettin worse. ne ideas what could be causin it?
i want to be a lawyer. I think that answers your questiong.

good luck with your knee
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(Original post by timeofyourlife)
hehe (and i didn't mean you).

by the way, while you're here....what does it mean if you cough up black sputum?
if you cough up black then its probably soot or tar. saw dust too is surprisingly dark. I worked as a carpenters apprentice for a few weeks once, and by day 3 everytime i blew my nose or coughed i had black mucus/snot.
If by cough up you mean vomit, then its a sign of a duodenal ulcer - coffee appearance vomit
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