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Aleve vs Ibuprofen: What's the difference?

Posted 13 Sep 2016 1 answerFAQ by

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?

Aleve vs Advil: What's the difference?

Posted 7 Sep 2016 1 answerFAQ by

Aleve and Advil are both NSAIDs but which one is stronger or less likely to cause side effects?

Tylenol vs Advil: What's the difference?

Posted 15 Sep 2016 1 answerFAQ by

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?

Motrin vs Advil: What's the difference?

Posted 7 Sep 2016 1 answerFAQ by

Both Motrin and Advil are NSAIDs but is one stronger or more likely to cause side effects compared to the other?

On and off cramping normal after Plan B? AND is it normal for some women to have this b4 periods?

Posted 28 Aug 2016 by Josef7 3 answers

My girlfriend and I had unprotected sex. We were not using any form of birth control. Before sex, I hadn't ejaculated for days, I also urinated before sex. During sex, I never ejaculated nor got close to the "ending" path. I pulled out several times to check my penis, of course, ...

Can you take ranitidine and ibuprofen together?

Posted 30 Jul 2013 by ashleylett 1 answer

Naproxen vs Ibuprofen: What's the difference?

Posted 31 Aug 2016 1 answerFAQ by

Naproxen and ibuprofen are both NSAIDs, but which one is more effective or more likely to cause side effects?

Is this normal - spotting & stomach cramps from starting birth control pills?

Posted 27 Jan 2011 by yellowowl 1 answer

I have been taking the birth control sprintec for about two months now. The first two weeks i was completely fine, no side effects at all. Then i started light spotting and its only grown worse from there. I have bled everyday and now it is like my regular period. I also get terrible cramps on and ...

Can Plan B delay your second period?

Posted 6 days ago by Em101 1 answer

I had protected sex on the 6th of October, took Plan B that night even though there were no breaks I was just worried, I got my period a little late from the 15th-20th. Now I had sex on the 27th, condom didn’t break (it also was a spermicide Trojan condom) and he pulled out like 10 minutes ...

What is the difference between aceclofenac and diclofenac sodium?

Posted 13 Nov 2012 by thomasjacobolisarph 2 answers

please need for drug report

Can I take over the counter pain reliever such as Tylenonl, Advil, and Alieve while on Citalopram?

Posted 27 Jan 2013 by CP117 3 answers

Sorry for this minor question. Its just not something I thought to ask my doctor. On the warning labels, nothings is mentioned about not taking them along with SSRI's. Has anyone here ever had an issue with taking the otc pain reliever and Citalopram together?

I had a mirena fitted just over four years ago... now spotting?

Posted 28 Oct 2014 by hayleyc1964 1 answer

My periods stopped immediately. But for the last six days I have had dull period pains and spotting all of a sudden. Is this something to worry about as I thought it lasted 7 years!?

Did you know Vioxx is available OTC and cost 25 cents a dose in Ukraine?

Posted 2 Apr 2012 6 answers

I had severe neck pain from a pinched nerve while in Ukraine. The doctor at the pharmacy (yes each pharm has one there at all times) gave me vioxx. It cost 27 hyvrina for 10 pills. (that's about $2.50 total). US law says you can bring back a 90 day supply of drugs from overseas. If you use the ...

Diclofenac - How long after taking the pill does it kick in??

Posted 19 Nov 2015 by Jessicaauala 4 answers

I've had back issues for years tried every over the counter drug possible and tried tramadol which works but makes me extremely hyper I got diclorfenac today and I just took my first dose I got 75 mg tablet!

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