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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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"Midol" is a brand name owned by Bayer. Bayer manufactuers several different over-the-counter pain relief products under the...
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Hi, Just try leaving off the drugs for a while, let your body reboot itself back up, but it would have been nice of you to say just why your taken...
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Ibuprofen IS the ingredient...the only ingredient. A 200 mg tablet of ibuprofen is available over the counter without a prescription; but a 600 mg or...
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Yes. These two medications are chemically compatible with your antibiotic.
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Yes. This is an appropriate and safe dosage for a 100 pound child.
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Hi There the same, just add them up, the only real difference, is it will take your 5 gulps of water instead of one.Good Luck
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Talk to your doctor about prescription NSAIDS. Antideppressants are not usually the course of standard for OA.
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no because it not ideal for you to take all the vitamins together.
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You can give dogs aspirin, but dosage is different per dog, and the vet may want to put your dog on something else.
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See a podiatrist. Yes, a new x-ray is in order, or perhaps even a more detail imaging (like an MRI). Before worrying about surgery or other...
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Yes a z-pac can cause hives or rashes as I know from first hand experience.  When I was younger I was prescribed amoxicillin when I...
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This question can be answered by reading the paperwork that accompanies the  Meds. and/or asking the Pharmacist where you buy them...
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So sorry to hear you're going through this. It's difficult to cope with severe pain.Unless you're experiencing crushing pain in your...
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