Medical Emergency

businessdr

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Hello Everybody

Happy New Year

A Family Member Has a Medical Emergency

He Has Pain in His Anus

Its in the Sphinster Muscle

Muscle Relaxants Are Needed

It Seems Thats Not Available In DR

Can Someone Recommend a Gastrointerologist?

Thank You Guys 🇩🇴
 

lifeisgreat

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In mean time go to pharmacy ask for muscle relaxers no prescription needed unless narcotics.. good luck
 
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NALs

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There is one in the HOMS in Santiago, assuming you are on the north coast.
 

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could you give even more details! by the way, I don't believe your request is serious.
 

keepcoming

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I am sure the comments are not what the OP is asking for. Best to go to a pharmacy and ask about muscle relaxers. Maybe ask local physician for a recommendation.
 

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If he is self-medicating it might be better to use an anti-spasmodic medicine.

Anticholinergics/antispasmodics​

What are Anticholinergics/antispasmodics?​

Anticholinergics are a broad group of medicines that act on the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine. They are also called antispasmodics.
By blocking the action of acetylcholine, anticholinergics prevent impulses from the parasympathetic nervous system from reaching smooth muscle and causing contractions, cramps or spasms. Anticholinergics are used in the treatment of some gastrointestinal and bladder conditions. They may also be used in the treatment of some respiratory or movement disorders.