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Is there an alternative anti inflammatory that isn't ibuprofen, nurofen etc?

Posted 28 Dec 2017 2 answers

I had a stroke a year and a half ago and I am not allowed to take any NSAID's. I have had a fall on the ice and am in agony and... read more

Is ibuprofen an anti-inflammatory drug?

Posted 8 Mar 2016 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

List of Antipyretic Drugs?

Posted 8 Aug 2012 2 answers

I am allergic to asprin and need an anti inflammatory?

Posted 10 Apr 2014 4 answers

I have RA and other inflammatory problems associated with Marfan's Syndrome. I cannot take any NSAIDs. I currently take narcotics to... read more

Ischemic Stroke - My 78 year old mother had a stroke Friday she still cant speak what treatment?

Posted 19 Oct 2011 3 answers

... should I be asking doctors to do?

What is the difference between Meloxicam and Ibuprofen?

Posted 12 Apr 2013 5 answers

Aren't they both anti-inflammatory drugs? What is the difference?

What anti-inflammatory ibuprofen medication has less risks than naproxen?

Posted 7 Sep 2011 6 answers

I have taken naproxen for arthritis for years and it has been a God send... I am very crippled without it. Having trouble controling hypertension... read more

I take clopidogrel and I have not been feeling myself?

Posted 28 Jul 2018 2 answers

I had a heart attack in November last year I been on this medicine and 3 others since then last 2 weeks I've been feelin A little pain in... read more

Will my mom survive an ischemic stroke?

Posted 1 Jul 2013 4 answers

My mother had an ischemic stroke 4 days ago that covered 2/3 of the right side of her brain. The same night she over took a... read more

What happened to me? Bell palsy, Tia, mini stroke?

Posted 4 Feb 2012 2 answers

I am a 51 yr old Fem, in over all good health. but out of no where, while having dinner, I had an episode, with all the symptoms of a mini... read more

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