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Posted 13 Sep 2016 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Aleve and ibuprofen are both used for pain relief. But is one more effective or more likely to cause side effects compared to the other?
Posted 15 Sep 2016 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Tylenol and Advil are both used for pain relief but is one more effective than the other or has less of a risk of side effects?
Posted 7 Sep 2016 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Both Motrin and Advil are NSAIDs but is one stronger or more likely to cause side effects compared to the other?
Posted 13 Nov 2012 by • 2 answers
please need for drug report
Posted 2 Nov 2015 by • 2 answers
I came out with hives when I last took ibuprofen. I can tolerate aspirin (if that information help at all). My doctor has now proscribed naproxen for my frozen shoulder. My doctor (and the pharmacist) is aware of my allergy to ibuprofen, but said that it could be just ibuprofen or the whole NSAIDs ...
Posted 16 Mar 2018 by • 1 answer
What helps for a frozen shoulder? I have had it since last August and nothing is helping,Ive had two shots in shoulder & doing therapy! & It's tight on days that I work then on days I'm off! I'm taking tramadol & muscle relaxers & go back to Dr on the 23rd!
Posted 11 Mar 2018 by • 0 answers
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Posted 29 Aug 2017 by • 1 answer
Posted 29 Jul 2017 by • 2 answers
... 66 years old. should
Posted 29 May 2017 by • 1 answer
Posted 11 Apr 2017 by • 1 answer
Which pain pill would be best to replace Advil?
Posted 5 Oct 2016 by • 2 answers
Flector Patch - Can I cut patch and put in 2 places? I have hip bursitis but also pain in lower back
Posted 30 Aug 2016 by • 0 answers
The pain radiates to my hip/IT band and below my waist. Not sure if it's radiating pain and you should treat the source only. Also, my doc suggested to use it 12 hours on and 12 hours off. I'm 72 and he maybe worried about side effects. Is it better to wear at night or during the day when ...
Posted 26 Jun 2014 by • 2 answers
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