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How Often Can You Take 800 Mg Ibuprofen
After simple Dental implants on #12& #13, how long do you take 800 mg Ibuprofen. When should you stop days if you will be taking Amoxicillion for 7 d
Ibuprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (nsaid). It works by reducing hormones that cause inflammation and pain in the body. Ibuprofen is used to reduce fever and treat pain or inflammation caused by many conditions such as headache, toothache, back pain, arthritis, menstrual ...Read more
I have arthiritis and find that taking an NSAID helps. Is taking an NSAID daily ok? If so, is it better to take 800 mg ibuprofen or 25 mg diclofenic?
?Ibuprofen is safer: Some studies, including an FDA study several years ago with 1.5 million people followed over many years, show ibuprofen to be safer, cardiac wise, than diclofenac. The safest in terms of cardiac issues AND GI side effects is celecoxib, celebrex. Regardless, your PCP should monitor your kidney and liver functions annually. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a toradol l60 mg injection this morning how long before I can take 800 mg ibuprofen it's for siatic nerve I also take 50 mg lyrical twice a da?
My sed rate keeps going up now is it 90 doctors believe I suffered a TIA . Is it possible to take 800 mg ibuprofen to lower sed rate or predisone ?
Don't treat yourself: A TIA won't raise sed rate, certainly not to 90. Such a very high level usually indicates severe systemic inflammation, typically a rheumatologic or autoimmune disorder (especially polymyalgia rheumatica, AKA giant cell arteritis) or sometimes severe infection, malignancy, etc. Some of these problems could cause TIA. Don't treat yourself; best Rx depnds on exact diagnosis. Work with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How long do you really need to take 800 mg Ibuprofen for inflammation after simple dental implants 12&13, if there is no pain and on Amoxicillin 7day
Yes: I know this online forum is here to answer questions but i think it's also imperative that patients tell their physicians everything they're taking. And buy all their medications from same pharmacy so pharmacist can look for interactions too (doc should do so too). And in this day & age, patients have same access to drug interaction database as physicians. Yes, vicodin & Ibuprofen can be taken tog. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Few questions:: #1: Allergic to aspirin? Sometimes those folks react poorly to other NSAIDS. #2: How are your kidneys? If they are totally fine, you don't need renal dosing. #3: What other drugs are you taking? Will they interact? Go to my drug interaction link on my site to check. #4: How are you timing doses? If there are no issues, you can take 800mg every 8 hrs, or 600mg every 6 hrs. Max pain benefit at 600mg ...Read more
Ibuprofen 800 mg for what source of pain? Different pain medication works differently for different people. Regardless I would not recommend more than 600 mg.
More than that will not likely help. You can add 300 mg extra strength Tylenol for better pain control. However find out what is causing your pain and address the cause. Speak to your own doctor for recommendations. ...Read more
Who prescribed this for you.
If it was your doctor who prescribed just one dose you should not take 2 doses.
If your doctor did not prescribe any do not take any. ...Read more
Mixing Medication: Yes, but make sure you are taking them for the right reasons and you are not allergic or other contraindication. Hydrocodone, tylenol, (acetaminophen) and Ibuprofen all work to decrease pain, but from different approaches. Multimodal treatment approaches are more successful than single therapy for complex pain syndromes and symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ibuprofen: Advil and Motrin are actually different brand names of the same medicine, a NSAID. Generally, ibuprofen should not be taken in lesser than 4-6 hour intervals and the total dose should not be more than 2400mg per day. Excess or long term use can result in stomach and kidney problems. ...Read more
If my dr told me to take 800 mg of Advil (ibuprofen) every 8 hours is there a big difference if i take 2 every 4 hours? They total the same amount?
Advil (ibuprofen): As long as the total daily dose is the same, i see no problem taking it the way you want. ...Read more
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