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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?

Is 1800 mg of ibuprofen a day okay???

Posted 24 Jul 2015 by zumbalove 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?

How does diclofenac compare to ibuprofen?

Posted 16 Aug 2014 by Tsalimom 1 answer

18 mg diclofenac

I am suffering with plantar fasciitis. It is really painful. After looking on the internet I bought?

Posted 22 Aug 2017 by Andypandi 1 answer

... some shoe insoles for this. I put them straight into my everyday trainers but they really really hurt me. Do you think this is correcting my foot or should I stop using them. I also bought a heal strap for this condition to use for exercising and again it is uncomfortable but not as bad. Any ...

Medication - Can I take sertraline 25 mg 5 hours after taking an Advil?

Posted 3 Nov 2016 by Kids813 2 answers

Can I take my 25 mg Sertraline dose if I took an Advil 5 hours ago?

I am sensitive to nsaids and all meds containing aspiring or ibuprofen. What is on the market or by?

Posted 27 May 2016 by lasmart 1 answer

prescription that I can take with joint inflammation and pain that is easy on the stomach?

Can I take warfarin and soak feet in Epsom salts?

Posted 30 Dec 2014 by 123susieq 1 answer

Have very painful plantar fasciitis

What are these pills? Found pills in sons Advil bottle. White, oblong?

Posted 4 Sep 2015 by Question1234 3 answers

Imprint looks like a Roman numeral 1 and two vertical lines. There is a space between what looks like the Roman numeral the other 2 vertical lines.

Naproxen - Foot, Heel pain when bearing weight?

Posted 8 Nov 2015 by fpfiester3 0 answers

Heel of R foot is painful whenever walking or bearing weight on it. No pain when laying down, when sitting a little pain. Walking around without shoes makes pain worse or after laying down and I first get up from laying down it is quite painful. Wearing shoes seems to help lessen the pain.

Can meloxicam be taken long term?

Posted 24 Feb 2015 by jbonderud 3 answers

I have a history of gastric ulcers. I have bilateral plantar fasciitis and arthritis in my hand. The meloxicam seems to help my pain after taking for 30 days. I am concerned if there are any effects if used long term as maintenance drug.

Plantar Fasciitis - I've got moderate symptoms of plantar?

Posted 5 Dec 2013 by heplerted 1 answer

Tendinitis. Apears to be moderately under control with physical therapy. With so many different exercises, I'm looking for the most effective that has a good "track record" for use at home.

Can not wearing my shoes & custom insoles for a week cause knee pain?

Posted 26 Jan 2013 by bipolarbear42 2 answers

I was recently confined to bed for a week, never taping my foot or wearing shoes. I again started taping & wearing shoes with custom insoles when able to get up. 2 days after I began my treatments, I got severe pain behind my knees making it painful to walk.Next day both knees were swollen at ...

I have had plantar faschitis since may of '08 and have been prescribed ibuprofen, sulindac?

Posted 11 Sep 2009 by phillip6103 1 answer

and meloxican and to my dismay i have become immune to their effects. my doctor wont prescribe anything else. is there anything better?

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