Coanalgesics are medications that were developed to treat conditions besides pain but have been found to have pain-relieving properties. They can be taken on their own or along with other analgesics. On the following pages, you can read more about different kinds of coanalgesics and how they may be used.
- Antidepressants for Pain
- Anticonvulsants for Pain
- Corticosteroids for Pain
- Anti-Anxiety Medications for Pain
- Stimulants and Amphetamines for Pain
- Bisphosphonates for Pain
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