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Expiration dates on products, whether it is medication or food, are printed on the package for a reason. It is to protect you from damaging your body...
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There currently are no reports of these two medications interacting together. Consult your pharmacist to make sure there are no new updates...
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You should be able to take all of these. The most important one is the penicillin, which will treat any possible infection that you may have. It is...
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Can I ask why you are taking four ibuprofen a day and if you were advised to do so by a doctor or health care provider? How long have you been taking...
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The most important piece of information that I need to know is "how old is the child and how much does he weigh?" I will also need to know...
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Because you are allergic to most of the medications used to treat pain, the only option that would be left is acetaminophen or Tylenol. Thanks for...
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The maximum daily dose of ibuprofen is 3,200 mg. However, if you are taking that much ibuprofen, I would be asking you a lot of questions as to why...
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Due to the fact that you have tried ibuprofen and that did not seem to help, I am concerned with the level of pain that you are having and the area...
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This is a good question that you can always ask your pharmacist. Yes, you can take ibuprofen while taking Tamiflu.
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Great question! You can take acetaminophen (Tylenol, others) for pain. You will want to avoid nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as...
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No, you cannot take Advil if you are diclofenac. They are actually related to each other and are in the same class of what we call an NSAID...
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This is not common with Advil PM. Now, there are other products in the market though, so once again, we have to encourage consumers and patients to...
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There is no problem taking Claritin-D with Tylenol or Claritin-D with Advil. In fact, combination products (i.e. Advil Allergy Sinus) exist with the...
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I have to question why we are giving Motrin. Unless the doctor specifically advised you to use Motrin, I would use Tylenol. We have had cases of...
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Acetaminophen is used more as a fever reducer and for pain. Ibuprofen, which is also known as Motrin or Advil, can be used for pain that's caused by...
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