A drug called Decongestants is a safe, inexpensive alternative to prescription opiates.
And now it’s gaining some traction in the medical community.
But a new study published in the Journal of Pain suggests you can save penn if you can’t afford it.
And that means there’s a real opportunity to help more people get the best possible results, said Dr. John Siegel, co-director of the Pain Management Center at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
If you’re interested in getting a prescription from a doctor, he said, there’s also a great chance it might work.
But if you’re just interested in saving money, it might not be the best way.
The drug is the most common type of painkiller in the U.S. but there are many others, said Siegel.
There’s also fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that is also used in heroin.
Siegel said the drugs are a good alternative if you need them for a few days, but they are also a risk.
If you use a lot of painkillers, the chance of a severe infection increases.
In a survey of more than 2,000 Americans by the Kaiser Family Foundation, more than 80 percent of people who received pain medications reported they had used them within the last year, and nearly 70 percent reported they’d used at least one prescription drug.
The researchers found that people who had never taken painkillers before were less likely to say they used at the prescribed dose, and they also reported more frequent use.
The painkiller pill is a generic form of a class of medications called opioids that are generally painkillers.
Many are prescribed for acute pain, such as back pain, arthritis, or headaches.
But they are often abused.
And there’s an increasing number of people using them to treat pain that isn’t acute.
Sauer said prescription drugs can be expensive.
And the prices vary widely.
So it can be tempting to take a drug that’s not safe, he added.
But Siegel said he’s concerned about people who don’t need the drug, and those who can’t pay for it.
“A lot of people are making decisions based on price alone, but also whether they need it, whether they can afford it, and whether they have a family or kids,” he said.
So the researchers wanted to see if it was possible to reduce the risk of serious infections from painkillers and other painkillers by making them available at lower prices.
To do that, they tested the effect of a pill called Tramadol on infections in people who were over 18 and under 18 and had not taken any prescription painkillers in the past 12 months.
People who had used Tramads in the previous year were significantly less likely than people who hadn’t used them to report a serious infection in the next 12 months, compared with people who didn’t use Tramadicol.
In fact, the Tramadel pill was associated with an 80 percent decrease in infection rates in people over 18.
And it wasn’t just the young.
The researchers found people who used Trampadol had a 75 percent lower chance of becoming infected in the year after taking it.
People were also less likely if they used a prescription painkiller and a prescription opiate that was a fentanyl replacement medication, compared to those who used a nonprescription opioid and a nonfentanyl medication.
So if you don’t use drugs, and don’t take them for longer than needed, you could have a lot more problems, Siegel warned.
And this could be especially important for people with conditions like HIV or Crohn’s disease.
The study is the first to look at the effect on people who have already taken a prescription drug and aren’t taking it anymore.
Safer to take?
Not everyone is convinced.
The authors of the study acknowledged that they could not prove the effect was a result of Tramaderol.
But they said the study did not control for any other factors that might affect the results.
And the researchers noted that they didn’t include the pill in the data that could be associated with increased infections.
Still, the study does offer some insight into the effect Trampaderol has on infections.
It showed that people with HIV had a 20 percent higher chance of infection after taking Trampadel.
And it showed that Trampaders are associated with a 75% lower chance that someone will get a serious disease, such a pneumonia or HIV.
And Siegel told CNNMoney he was “extremely confident” the study’s results can be generalized to the wider population.
So while you might think you need to take your pill to be safe, there may be a lot to be optimistic about.