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Elegant way to push naproxen( Aleve )
once it was subliminal publicity , now they use articles like this one. Where is the truth?!
I’ve got a stent in my right coronary artery and hvae been taking ranexa for angina as well as altace , toprol, and zocor for 10 yrs.
But now I have developed severe OA in my hands , wrists, neck,and back. I have used tylenol, ultram, and celebrex.
Celebrex works great, but sometimes gives me heart pressure or slight pain. I try to alternate on a day and off a day with it . Any ideas?
I was just wondering. My dad has been prescribed add Ville for Joint pain. I need takes two pills daily what type of affects with this lead to in the long-term
Thank you very much for serving and information.
healthy and successful greeting always
What are long term (2 yrs.) affects of taking Acetiminafin /Hydrocodone HCL 5-325
1 and 1/2 pills / day?
Addiction to opiates is possible, liver damage, constipation (chronically), impaired mental state,etc.
Is there a better anti- inflammatory or one that is equivalent to Celebrex?
If you live in one of the many states that now allow it, the Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil that is used for Epilepsy, Alzheimer’s and other brain and inflammation issues, works well for muscle and joint pain too. It is all natural, so the positive side effects may surprise you. And as always, do your research first!
There are many good studies available on the National Institute of Health database (PubMed)…
You sound like a fascinating individual with a great story to tell.
I’ll reach out to a contact I have at MGM.
I have a life and project that is possible give oportunity to student…..
After years be víctimas of almost all crimens against the human lífe..I decided to use muy history todo help people
Student to take experience un all áreas
Belive me if you take me to fix all problemas
and make a film of my life,a lot things will changer in the world
Think and answer me
Thanks a lot
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