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Daypro Pain Medication
Tramadol related: Depending on the type and severity of pain there is no reason why they cannot work. ...Read more
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Both are good: Both Aleve (naproxen) and Advil (ibuprofen) are anti-inflammatory medications and either can be used to treat arthritis pain. Aleve only needs to be taken 2 times per day (every 12 hours) where as Advil can be taken 3 times per day (every 8 hours). Do not take them both together but try them both separately and see which is more effective for you. ...Read more
Might v pain: but probably won't fix problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
I took percocet (an opioid analgesic pain killer) and Zanaflex (tizanidine) (a muscle relaxant). Will I be okay?
You will be OK: There is no interactions between these 2 drugs. ...Read more
Good question.: Medications, called, nsaids of which Aspirin is the best known, work by directly blocking an enzyme, called cox, cyclo-ogenase, which its products produce the 'ouch', swelling, reddening, increase in temperature at the site of injury. Also known as rubor, calor, dulor, tumor. ...Read more
Replacing 500mg nabumetone w/ OTC nsaid. Treats neuroma pain as needed (a 30day supply of nab. Lasted 6mths) ibupro? Aleve (naproxen)?
Sclerosing injection: Why are you putting up with the pain when you can see a podiatrist have a series of 4-7 sclerosing injections and be done with the pain? Sclerosing injections are anhydrous alcohol injections that dehydrate, hence removeing the conductive layer on the nerve known as myelin and will stop the pain forever. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer