As of 2015, the medications doctors use to treat an inflamed bladder are pentosan polysulfate and dimethyl sulfoxide, according to University of California Los Angeles Urology. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a... More »

Treatment options for an inflamed bladder include bladder instillation, bladder distention, surgery and nerve stimulation, according to WebMD. Medications are also used to help treat the condition. More »

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The three most common causes of bladder pain and pressure are urinary tract infections, interstitial cystitis and bladder cancer, according to WebMD. Urgency and frequent urination are other symptoms of these conditions.... More »

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Some treatments for overactive bladder include behavioral interventions, medications and bladder injections, according to Mayo Clinic. Other treatments include nerve stimulation and surgery. More »

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Some medications doctors prescribe to lower blood sugar levels include metformin, sulfonylureas and DPP-4 inhibitors, states the Mayo Clinic. Metformin improves the body's sensitivity to insulin, which subsequently decre... More »

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While doctors generally recommend that pregnant women focus on preventing migraines rather than treating them through medications, acetaminophen and triptans are possible treatment options that are not strongly linked to... More »

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The strongest narcotic pain medications prescribed by doctors are opioids. The drugs bind to opioid receptors in the brain, spinal cord and other areas, reducing the transmission of pain signals to the brain, explains We... More »

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