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Hi, Get to the ER then, no waiting a week there.Good Luck
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I used the interaction checker and found this: Significant - Monitor Closely: Potential for significant interaction (monitoring by your doctor is...
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you probably have eczema. Eczema is a disease that you itch youself and have rashes on you arms and stomach and what you should do is go to the store...
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It might be that the THC was still in his system from before?  Or was he tested clean previous to this?  I'm very sorry this happened...
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Ibuprofen will help the inflammation but won't relax the muscle.  One medication is different than another, so 700 mg of one thing could be...
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Hi Please read this link below it should help you.http://patient.info/blogs/sarah-says/2013/05/taking-ibuprofen-don-t-panicJust copy link into google...
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If this happened only once, and you didn't have any side effects then I would think its  fine. However,  If you do it on a daily basis...
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Hi Its best you let your doctor have a good look at this before it gives you more trouble, if not a urologist as the penis is there field.Good Luck
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You were probably given specific instructions for your colonoscopy, so it would not be wise to take any medications at this point until you can...
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Probably not, but you were given the instructions for your procedure, so it would be wise to follow them since there are no universal instructions...
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It is not safe to take 5400 mg of ibuprofen per day, so you would be wise to see a rheumatologist for a better (and safer) way to control your...
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I believe Tylenol [acetaminophen] is what the National Kidney Foundation recommends for those with kidney disease.   
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Hi I think it would be best to get to your doctor or gyno, just to see what has happened to your IUD, it would be a good place to start and look for...
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Allergies are not something we are born with, but rather a sensitivity  that is acquired over time from repeated exposure. There is really...
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Hi have a good read of this link from the UK's NHS, packed with info on mumps and how to treat it.http://www.nhs...
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