How To Treat Mesenteric Adenitis

Medication To Reduce Fever And Pain

While resting and using warm compresses, mesenteric adenitis patients can also use medication, such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen, to reduce fever. Furthermore, these medications will help with the pain caused by mesenteric adenitis. The medications can help with the inflammation of the lymph nodes, which is what is causing the pain. However, patients might want to use this in conjunction with some of the other ways to relieve pain and discomfort. Without medication, patients can suffer the stress of increased pain and fever side effects. But remember while the medication helps with the fever and pain, this does not mean patients can get up and back to normal. There is still some healing that needs to take place.

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