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What Are The Risks Of Mixing Ibuprofen With Alcohol
Yes: Ibuprofen is part of the anti-inflammatory drug family known as nsaids, which can cause tears in the stomach lining if taken on an empty tummy. Add alcohol to the mix, and the potential danger is heightened. If you take Ibuprofen when drinking more than the recommended amount for women (about two to three drinks), you increase your risk of stomach irritation and bleeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Accidently took around 4, 600mg ibuprofen in 1 day for about 5 days straight. Now what?(i have stopped)what are the risks and when will they appear?
Need more info: To answer your question adequately, I need to know why you had surgery, what operation you had, what medications you are already taking, and what, if any, medical problems you have. Generally speaking, the most common side effects of ibuprofen are gastrointestinal in nature. The benefits, I guess, are limited to relief of postoperative discomfort. Ask your surgeon for more details, please. ...Read more
My pain relievers (Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Paracetamol) have expired on August 2014. How safe would it be to use them and what are the risks if I do?
Taking around 3600 mg ibuprofen and 8 naproxen sodium a day for 4 days for pain. What are the risks with this?
NSAID: These meds are similar and do the same thing. The problem is that they may irritate the lining of the stomach and cause a gastritis, burned stomach. If you take too much it could affect your blood pressure or kidneys. These meds can affect the blood clotting. Get checked to find out why you have the pain and what to do about it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
BP is 150/80 and I'm 19 years old. what are the risks involved. I don't smoke or drink alcohol, nor am I fat. Please help.
Confirm it!: First, be sure it's real. Check your cuff against a known standard that's accurate. Measure your BP after complete rest for at least 10 minutes. Check it 3 times and average them. Measure it for several weeks and average them. If it's still >140/>90, you will need treatment. ...Read more
Liver toxicity: The biggest risk would be liver toxicity. ...Read more
Below: Younger brains will have more pronounced neurotransmitter effect when exposed to the same amount of drug, which will lead to more significant establishment of cravings in persons who are more impulsive. Since brains are still developing, one may be moe likely to see long eterm neurological deterioration. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There is a guy on youtube named shoenice who downs ful botles of hard liqor, eats tampons, rubin alcohol, cat liter, windx, n more. What are the risks?
Not good: Risks are not in his favor. Would be a case of "don't try this at home.". ...Read more
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