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I am looking for an OTC pain killer such as Advil to take for back pain and occasional arthritis pain. I have just been prescribed Plavix.
Posted 26 Mar 2012 • 5 answers
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Posted 30 Jan 2013 • 4 answers
Can I take two Tylenol#3s and one 200mg Advil Ibuprofen at the same time after wisdom teeth surgery?
I just got my wisdom teeth out about 10 hours ago, and I was prescribed Ibuprofen and Tylenol #3. I am currently taking two Tylenol #3s for pain, but I was wondering if I could take one 200 mg Advil ...
Posted 22 Feb 2012 • 1 answer
Why is Advil bad for your kidneys if it is processed by the liver and Tylenol not so harmful when i?
When Tylenol is processed through the kidneys?
Posted 10 Jan 2014 • 1 answer
I recently was in a minor car accident, my shoulder has been hurting for 22 days now. It often goes right below my shoulder towards my inner arm. Some days im in excruciating pain. It comes and goes, ...
Posted 6 days ago • 6 answers
I am taking Tylenol #3 equivalent, 2 tablets every 4 hours and in the hours between those doses, I take 2 Advil Extra strength, 400 mg ea. This strategy is to try and get overlap of relief as the ...
Posted 8 Feb 2015 • 1 answer
I just found out I had one kidney at age 25. They tell me I'm not allowed to take Ibeprofen anymore. Of course I was an avid Advil user as it worked best for me. Now I can only take Tylenol. ...
Posted 27 Jan 2015 • 2 answers
Posted 3 Feb 2015 • 1 answer
I have to take the Advil for lower back pain. However it don't help with arthritis in my hips. If I can't take together is there a time frame which I can take both
Posted 10 Jan 2015 • 2 answers
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