Lloyds Tens Machine Digital Pain Reliever Reviews
Product Type: Lloyds health products
Description:Electronic Pain Relief Systems / TENs digital pain reliever - user manual - output cable - 2 adhesive pads - belt clip Can also be used as a massager to help relax you. Not for use during pregnancy or labour. Not suitable for people with pacemakers or other ... more
Newest Review: ... difference, but if I wanted one for longer, I would need to purchase my own. =Lloyds Chemist= While I was down in Devon, I ... more
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Customer Lloyds Tens Machine Digital Pain Reliever Reviews (12)
by - written on 28/03/13 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I first experienced the joys of a Tens machine when in labour with my now 3 year old daughter. I had decided on a homebirth and no pain relief ( fool ) and had begged a Tens from the Community Midwife team. The one that they gave me was a dual channel machine (better for labour ) and it was a bit battered. Considering the life that it had led ( howls of agony and much foul language I imagine ), it did the job well. The whiskey and hot baths helped too of course. My daughter was delivered safely and I achieved my aim of minimal pain relief (bar whiskey and swearing) so all was well that ends well. Or maybe not. Having my daughter left me with a permanently ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/10 (Very useful, 288 readings)
My doctor advised me to buy one of these machines as I have a lot of pain in my shoulders and elbows and have had to have a lot of surgery on both. He said that it could help to relieve the pain along with my medication. I bought the machine in Lloyds Pharmacy at the end of 2008 and have used it quite a lot since then, may be up to 4 times a weeks, sometimes more depending on how bad my pain is. The letters TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. It works by passing harmless electrical signals into the body via some small pads which you attach to your body. These pads feel sticky and cold to touch but they come off easily ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/10, updated on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 253 readings)
I have been a regular user of the Lloyds Tens machine for quite a while now, plenty long enough to offer my humble opinion on its merits I currently suffer from Osteoarthritis in my Lower back, upper spine / neck area, left wrist and both hands - more locations to follow in due course no doubt....The pain is usually manageable with exercise and painkillers but not always. These are the occasions on which external assistance is required, enter the Tens machine... I was advised, by my physio, to obtain one and give it a go. I duly complied, trained to obey orders you see, and these are the results / observations of my ownership and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/10, updated on 26/02/11 (Very useful, 295 readings)
I was involved in a car accident a few years ago and ever since have suffered with terrible lower back pain. I've tried acupuncture, physiotherapy and visited a chiropractor; none of which worked for me. When I initially had my accident TENS machines were extremely expensive and cost well over £100 and as I had heard so many negative things about them it had never crossed my mind to try one. Whilst I was collecting a prescription from Lloyds Pharmacy around 4 months ago, I saw their TENS Machine Digital Pain Reliever for sale at £14.99 and decided it wasn't a lot of money to lose if it didn't work for me. For those of you who are not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/08 (Very useful, 423 readings)
I absolutely love my Lloyds Tens Machine to pieces so I thought I would share my experience with others in case it helps them to make up their minds that this might be good for them too. I have suffered from a bad back for some years now and I seem to have weakened joints at the base of my spine and this aggravates the nerves causing me repeated and often intense pain. Unfortunately there is nothing that can be done to cure this problem, I will have it for the rest of my life and it is unlikely to get worse or merit medical intervention. I can manage the pain though and my physiotherapist encourages me to use my tens machine as often as I feel the need to because we .. Read the complete review
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