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Medical Questions (Page 58)

Allegra vs Claritin: What's the Difference?

Both Allegra and Claritin are antihistamines but which one is more effective or has more side effects?

Answered 2 October 2018

Tylenol vs Advil: What's the difference?

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?

Answered 27 September 2018

Humalog vs Novolog (Novalog): What's the difference?

Humalog and Novolog (Novalog) are both insulins used in the treatment of diabetes. But what are the differences and similarities between them?

Answered 9 April 2019

ParaGard vs Mirena: What's the difference?

Both ParaGard and Mirena are IUDs compare which one is more effective or has fewer side effects?

Answered 9 April 2019

Aleve vs Ibuprofen: What's the difference?

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?

Answered 23 August 2018

Modafinil vs Adderall: What's the difference?

Modafinil (Provigil) and Adderall seem like similar drugs - they are both used in the treatment of narcolepsy and covertly as study aids. But is Modafinil more effective and less addictive than Adderall?

Answered 3 October 2018

Dysport vs Botox: What's the difference?

Dysport and Botox both have cosmetic uses. But what is the difference?

Answered 14 July 2020

Flonase vs Nasonex: What's the difference?

Flonase and Nasonex are both nasal sprays but is one stronger than the other?

Answered 6 November 2018

Zyrtec vs Claritin: What's the difference?

Zyrtec and Claritin are both antihistamines, but which one is more effective for conditions such as allergic rhinitis or postnasal drip?

Answered 1 October 2018

Motrin vs Advil: What's the difference?

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

Answered 29 March 2019

Aleve vs Advil: What's the difference?

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

Answered 27 September 2018