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Using Otc Pain Meds (Definition)

Over-the-counter pain relievers Pain relievers like acetaminophen (Tylenol) and aspirin are familiar choices for the treatment of osteoarthritis. * Acetaminophen generally is considered safe, although it may pose risks to some individuals with liver disease or when taken in excessive doses. * Aspirin is a popular medicine for many arthritic disorders because of its ability to relieve pain as well as inflammation (swelling, redness). However, aspirin is not suitable for people who have had a stomach ulcer or aspirin allergy. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) NSAIDS relieve pain as well as inflammation. There are a wide variety of NSAIDs to choose from. Over-the-counter forms include: * Ibuprofen (Advil, ...Read more


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How long does it take for gastritis to heal if caused by NSAIDS?

How long does it take for gastritis to heal if caused by NSAIDS?

NSAIDs-ulcer: I believe it takes about 6-8 weeks for soft/mucosal tissue to heal. I recommend use of PPI or Pepcid (famotidine) like medications with use of NSAIDs to prevent ulcers/gastritis. ...Read more

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Quick question if I have ckd, can a dr verify if it was due to years of taking too many nsaid's? Asking cuz i think that's what may caused it? Thnk u

Quick question if I have ckd, can a dr verify if it was due to years of taking too many nsaid's? Asking cuz i think that's what may caused it? Thnk u

Yes : The answer is yes , if you give a history of taking too many , NSAID , over the years and a biopsy is done of your kidney that shows interstitial nephritis, that is disease not of the cortex of the kidneys but the medulla ie the tubular interstitium there is secondary fibrosis and inflammation that impairs the function as other agents can do the same. Tubules concentrate the urine, simple ua help. ...Read more

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Can nsaids cause headache?

Can nsaids cause headache?

Yes: If you have a history of migraines or even tension headaches, continous intake or abuse of NSAID can actually cause severe rebound headaches. This besides the other potentially severe side effects of nsaids abuse on kidneys, blood pressures, and heart disause.. ...Read more

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How can nsaids cause renal failure?

How can nsaids cause renal failure?

Prostaglandins: Nsaids inhibit prostaglandins, the bad ones that cause inflammation but also the good ones that help make your stomach coating and help maintain good blood flow in the kidneys. Over time, chronic NSAID use can cause kidney failure. ...Read more

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I get headaches every day around supper timetime. NSAIDs don't work. What could cause this ?

I get headaches every day around supper timetime. NSAIDs don't work. What could cause this ?

You might be : Hungry! Please make sure you eat an adequate amount each day. A good example of a standard routine would be three small meals per day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with small 150-200 kcal snacks around 10:00 am and 3:00pm. Try that, see if it works. ...Read more

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What causes fluid retention with longer term nsaids? (and what do they mean by "long term"?)

What causes fluid retention with longer term nsaids? (and what do they mean by "long term"?)

NSAIDS: Long term term means greater than one month. They affect the tiny arteries of the kidneys and cause the kidneys to be less efficient and slow clearing of fluid. ...Read more

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Could an anti inflammatory (nsaid ) cause flushing in the face and is it dangerous?

Could an anti inflammatory (nsaid ) cause flushing in the face
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Possible: Nsaid can cause this but this is uncommon. If the flushing gets worse and you experience other symptoms like wheezing or difficulty breathing see a doctor asap. ...Read more

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Can nsaids cause tachycardia? If so will the tschycardia go away when u stop the nsaids?

Can nsaids cause tachycardia?  If so will the tschycardia go away when u stop the nsaids?

NSAIDS: Tachycardia, which is a rapid heartbeat, is a common NSAID side effect associated with long-term usage, especially in patients already afflicted with cardiac health issues. Low blood pressure and light headedness often accompany NSAID induced tachycardia. ...Read more

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Nsaids (Definition)

Nsaid stands for non steroidal anti inflammatory agent. So the most potent anti inflammatory agents are steroids like prednisone. Nsaids are ...Read more


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Oligohydramnios (Definition)

Oligohydramnios is a condition where there is not enough amniotic ...Read more