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Exercise caution whenever using different medications at the same time. Most available pharmacologic information suggests no...
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In my opinion, a 17 month old child should not have any "over- the- counter" medications given to them without the approval of a...
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No. THC will show up as THC, but not ibuprofen.
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If the bleeding is coming from those hemorrhoids, they may need to be surgically removed. The colonoscopy is going to determine if you have internal...
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Has he seen a doctor? and if so has the doctor sent him to see a rheumatoid doctor as his problem could be some thing else and not arthritis 
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Assuming they were ALL prescribed to you for a particular reason, and assuming you are taking the proper dosage, the drugs are compatible.
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No. Ibuprofen 800mg is the maximum single dose....never take TWO.
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Hi Why not just call your doctor first, just try sicking to the Ibuprofen for the next 24 hours, and take it from there.Good Luck
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Ibuprofen, taken over time, can cause a stomach bleed, but blood from the stomach will not show up bright red in the stool. It would be BLACK as tar...
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Sure...assuming you can medically take ibuprofen, it will be just fine for orthopedic pain control.
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Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used for temporary pain relief, fever reduction, and protection against...
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Hi Having had this, and does this happen around 11oc? if yes then get back to your doctor for some more meds, decongestants and pain killers, its the...
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Good for you. I've always got this situation that their parents are drug addicts and the outcome is surely their offspring is a drug addict...
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No, ibuprofen will not thin the blood. However, there are other pain relievers that will.
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Sure. If you can medically take ibuprofen at other times, you can certainly take it after a flu vaccine if you need it.
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