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Pulled Muscl Ibuprofen Acetaminiphen
Can i take tylenol (acetaminophen) or Advil with blood pressure medicine? I was exercising and now I have sore muscles
Tylenol (acetaminophen) : Tylenol (acetaminophen) is safer to take if you have hypertension since it has no effect on the kidneys. Advil (ibuprofen) and all other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications can effect the kidney's production of prostaglandins which can cause a rise in blood pressure. Follow prescribing directions and avoid excessive use of tylenol (acetaminophen) since high doses can cause liver damage. ...Read more
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 pain in my pelvic bones and the muscles in my legs are sore making ithard to walk I have taken Advil and tylenol (acetaminophen) that helps a little
This : This question is posted under the OB section; if you are pregnant with those symptoms then you need to call your doctor and be seen immediately. If you are not pregnant, then tylenol (acetaminophen) and advil are fine to try. Try to think back if there is any reason you could be sore such as heavy lifting. If you developed worse pain, spinal pain, any numbness or weakness, changes in bowel or bladder control, or any abdominal pain then please be seen immediately. ...Read more
Having tight muscles in upper back/neck For a month. meds are not responding well. Stretches help a little also Tylenol (acetaminophen) and Advil sometimes. Help?
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How many days of ibuprofen can you take before for it affects your kidney? I had my tooth pulled last Wednesday and I'm still having pain.
I'm taking last day course of prednisone for a bad chest and pulled a musle coughing in my side can I take ibuprofen ?
I am on 200mg of Tramadol daily. Today i had a tooth pulled. Am in lots of pain. Can i take advil (ibuprofen)? How soon?
I'm exclusively breastfeeding my three-month-old. I pulled my lower back this week. How much is the safest maximum dose of ibuprofen I can take for it?
I had my tooth pulled at the dentist Friday, I wanted to know can I take a Excedrin extra strength after I took a 400mg ibuprofen 6hrs ago.
Which one is stronger... Ibuprofen 800 mg or vicodin 7.5/300 mg?? Which one should i start with for a pulled muscle in my shoulder
Recommend Ibuprofen: For muscle stains, recommend an anti-inflammatory like ibuprofen (Motrin) or naproxen (Aleve). Narcotics, like Vicodin, are only pain relievers and do nothing for inflammation brought on by a strain. Vicodin also has other undesirable side effects like constipation, drowsiness, and is not advised for a muscle strain. ...Read more
I felt something pull in the center just below the base of my skull and now it's real painful in that area ibuprofen/naproxen doesn't help
I've been drinking green, ginger, and turmeric tea daily for a month. My doc just told me to take 2400mg Ibuprofen/day for pulled ab muscles. Danger?
Had a tooth pulled out doctor said take vicodin, if stillin pain after an hour of taking vicodin can I take also Advil (ibuprofen) 400mg? If yes how many mg?
I got my wisdon teeth pulled today so i was thinking of taking reg advil (ibuprofen) before going to bed and if i wake up in pain to take hydrocodon-acetaminoph?
I slept funny and pulled a pectoral muscle it is so tender on my chest and kills to put a seatbelt on. I have taken a 800 mg ibuprofen and a tramadol?
I got my wisdom teeth pulled 10 days ago. Since then I can barely open my mouth and my tounge has had a numbish feeling. Been taking ibuprofen ?
Hi. I seem to have pulled a muscle in my left buttock. It could be sciatica too. I have taken Ibuprofen (800mg) but it is not relieving it. I need to keep moving today. I have Prednisone on hand. I know it's not advisable to take both together due to sto
Shifted Sacroiliac: "Sciatica" is a broad term. Many times a pain in the buttock is referred pain from the sacroiliac joint that has shifted out of its normal anatomic position. This is actually very common, and often flared by going up stairs. Usually a result of trauma or lifting things that are too heavy. Ibuprofen is a good Rx. I would avoid using the steroids without first seeing your medical pro ...Read more