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Posted 3 Nov 2012 by • 5 answers
I was taking 400mg 4x a day for years until it ate my stomach out. I now take Naproxen 500mg 2x a day. 2 a day just do not last, can Ibuprofen be take inbetween the 2 Naproxen.
Posted 26 Sep 2010 • 5 answers
My doctor said I could alternate Tylenol with Motrin for my child, but I am not sure what he means. Do you give them at the same time so that you use less of each? Or can you give them more frequently by alternating them?
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Posted 26 Mar 2012 by • 1 answer
In other words, how do you make the swelling go down. Looking for tips / suggestions, thanks.
Posted 25 Mar 2014 by • 2 answers
I'm 18, 120 lbs, so I'm small. I'm concerned that 2400mg/day is too much for someone my size. I have a sinus infection that is causing my face to swell and giving me headaches so that is what they are prescribed for.
Began as a toothache, moved to my gums, now my cheek is swollen & I can't open my mouth. What is it?
Posted 28 Oct 2013 by • 1 answer
2 days ago, I complained about 3 teeth on the top left side hurting. I figured it was my wisdom tooth trying to come in and moving my teeth to do it, so I took ibuprofen and used some orajel and dealt with the pain. The next day, I had the same toothache, but there was also a sore spot along my ...
Posted 25 May 2010 by • 4 answers
If the pain is really bad?
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Posted 27 Oct 2012 by • 4 answers
Having surgery a week from today. I have pain from a muscle strain in lower back. I can't take ibuprofen because I'm having surgery in a week. Can I take Tylenol for pain? I think the issue is taking meds that are blood thinners.
Posted 29 Sep 2013 by • 4 answers
In other words, does it thin your blood?
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 12 Apr 2013 by • 2 answers
Aren't they both anti-inflammatory drugs? What is the difference?
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