Does Advil (ibuprofen) get rid of dizziness?

Advil (ibuprofen) for dizziness. Hello, advil (ibuprofen) is an antiinfammatory medication that probably has little affect on dizziness. Try antivert/meclizine as directed or see your doctor if it persists.

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Sometimes I get a headache late at night before sleeping, supposedly sinus headache, and it can be hard to sleep. Should I be concerned? Two regular Advil (ibuprofen) get rid of it, but Advil (ibuprofen) irritates my bowels.

See a specialist. Any headache must be viewed as a valid medical disorder and the headache assessment must be comprehensive. See an orofacial pain or headache specialist for diagnosis evaluation and preventative treatment. Read more...
Treat the condition . not the symptom. If sinus congestion is causing the pain, let's control the sinus congestion. #1 Pseudoephedrine - not phenylephrine - is good for the short-term, but you can get rebound congestion, so get the 12-24hr. #2 Hypoallergenic dust mite pillows and pillow liners. Wash weekly with bleach. #3 Consider portable Hepa filter air purifier for bedroom. #4 Get ENT eval. #5 Singulair (montelukast). Read more...
Get it checked. We don't know how long you have been having these headches but if these are happening frequently or daily,I will suggest you do not guess and have it checked by your Doctor to find the cause. Read more...

How long does it take to get rid of facial nerve inflammation? I use ice and as needed Advil (ibuprofen) but it keeps coming and going so I can't predict results.

Facial Nerve. Do you have Bell's Palsy and facial drooping? Facial Nerve is mostly motor so what makes you think you have "Facial Nerve inflammation" and not Trigeminal nerve or sensory facial neuropathy? Why do you have this? could it be dental or sinus related pain? Need to see a doctor. Read more...

What can I do besides taking Advil (ibuprofen) to get rid of pain?

Not specific. It depends on the cause, duration, and severity of the pain. Please be more specific in your next question. Read more...

How do you get rid of tooth ache I have tried orajel, advil, (ibuprofen) and benzocaine. The tooth is caped but is extremly painlfull

If . If the tooth is hurting you that much, then it probably has something to do with the nerve inside the tooth. The topical meds and otc pain relievers will not fix the problem. I suggest you see a dentist as soon as you can to determine if the nerve in the tooth is still vital. The tooth may need root canal therapy. Read more...
Appointment. Try to visit your dentist to understand & cure your problem. Read more...
Ibuprofen or tylenol (acetaminophen) Its important to identify the actual cause of the pain. Generally, Ibuprofen is an excellent over the counter pain killer for tooth pain. If you have a swelling of any kind you should seek professional attention right away. Only take these drugs if it's safe for you. If home remedies and over the counter drugs don't work, you need to see a dentist to determine the cause and provide options for tx. Read more...

I've been taking 2400mg of Advil (ibuprofen) a day for 2 months everytime I get a headache now I'm getting heartburn & pain in stomach. How do I get rid of it?

Rebound? Phenomenon is known as rebound headache and occurs when you use daily meds to treat the original headache. Its a vicious cycle. The headache worsens whenever you haven't taken the meds. You become dependent. This amount of Advil (ibuprofen) will also harm protective lining in the stomach. You need to see a physician urgently to 1) work up potential headache causes, 2) adjust pain management plan, 3) treat gut. Read more...

I have a clogged swimmers ear how do I get rid of it I used two drops and one is a pain reliever and one is an antiobotic I used motrin and Advil (ibuprofen)

Ciprodex ear drops. As an ear surgeon, i only use quinolone ear drops. An example of this type of drop would be Ciprodex which is a combination of Ciprofloxacin and dexamethasone. Most swimmers ear responds to this within 3 days. Typically still have you finish a 7 day course. Additionally, if your ear canal skin is very swollen your doc may need to place a wick in the ear canal to allow the drops to enter the ear. Read more...
Fungal. Sometimes patients may also have fungal ear infection requiring oral or topical treatment. Read more...