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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 23 Feb 2015 by • 5 answers
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, several times a day. Or stays for about an hour or two. I won't go more than 2-3 days without ...
Posted 7 Aug 2013 by • 4 answers
Does it matter if I take it: 9 am / 1pm / 5pm / 9pm ?? Does it have to be spaced further apart? Its being given to reduce inflammation in colon due to microscopic collitis.
Posted 8 Mar 2013 by • 4 answers
i have severe back issues. get a lot of pain from inflammation. dr. gave me lidocaine gel and voltaren that dont do much.
Posted 24 Jul 2015 by • 3 answers
My podiatrist told me to take 600 mg of ibuprofen three times a day for two weeks to get rid of my inflammation for plantar fasciitis. This is only my second day of doing that, and I'm feeling nauseous and having stomach cramps. He IS a doctor, but that sounds like way too much?
Posted 5 days ago by • 0 answers
Posted 29 Sep 2017 by • 1 answer
I was prescribed both of these from a doctor for inflammation and bacterial imbalance. I'm paranoid that you can't take them at the same time?
Posted 17 days ago by • 0 answers
Has anyone used Macrobid and had lasting inflammation for a long time?
Posted 25 Aug 2017 by • 0 answers
... lupus, I'm curious if it works. Any thoughts?
I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease 16 years ago. I started Humira 4 months ago. Physically I have?
Posted 5 Aug 2017 by • 0 answers
... had no change in my symptons. I did go for 8 years dealing with it on my own the best I could prior to being placed on Humira. Now all my markers come back normal, stating no inflammation, CT scan shows no blockage, doc says HumIra has put the Chrohn's into remission, but I still have the ...
Posted 4 Aug 2017 by • 1 answer
Pain in both knees. Can't bend. Can't go up and down stairs without feeling discomfort. Bloodwork shows all autoimmune diseases negative. Some inflammation has been reduced with this med but pain still there.
Posted 10 Jul 2017 by • 2 answers
Two main side effects are weight loss and possible Pancreatic Inflammation, or possible Thyroid cancer! I'm curious to know how is it working after we stop the drug: is it sustainable? Also, any instances of pancreatic inflammation? What was the solution for that?
Posted 5 Jul 2015 by • 1 answer
Posted 27 Aug 2015 by • 1 answer
I have been told it can take up to 6 weeks for inflammation to subside
Posted 19 Jul 2017 by • 1 answer
I don't have insurance so I can't see a doctor but I know prednisone and an antibiotic usually gets rid of this no longer have insurance need to know what to do