Which pain killer is safe to use with chronic gastritis? Have been using Acetaminophen for Menstrual Cramps with no relief.

NSAIDs. You need a NSAID for dysmenorrhea ( menstrual cramps). There are some combination products available now that include a NSAID such as ibuprofen with a medicine to protect your stomach. Discuss this with your doctor since a prescription is required. Hope this helps and your next period is better.

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I've GERD and chronic gastritis and HCV with normal lab results, im also taking Depakote 1000 mg/d, does depakote interact with acetaminophen?

Consider this... Per attached link, the answer is "no" --http://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=918-484,11-12. However, getting treated for your HCV and ongoing gastritis may be bigger issues that need to be addressed. Read more...