7 Dec 2012
Just for clarification, an NSAID is a non steroidal anti inflammatory drug. That is a pain med that is not a narcotic, or acetaminophen (Tylenol). IF your doctor gives you something for pain, tell them that you cannot take NSAID's due to ulcers. Also, tramadol can cause problems with ulcers.
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