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Today’s HealthNews For You – Cannabis Use Linked to Post-Surgery Pain #shorts

Today’s HealthNews For You – Cannabis Use Linked to Post-Surgery Pain #shorts

Cannabis Use Linked to Post-Surgery Pain

Does cannabis increase post-surgery pain?

Cannabis has increasingly been used as an alternative treatment for chronic pain; however, a recent study of adult surgery patients who used cannabis experience more postoperative pain, not less.

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A study presented at the Anesthesiology 2022 annual meeting revealed patients who used cannabis within 30 days before surgery experienced 14% more pain in the first 24 hours following surgery than non-cannabis users, and also consumed 7% more opioids post-surgery.

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