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Pain is an unpleasant sensation often caused by intense or damaging stimuli such as stubbing a toe, burning a finger, putting iodine o...
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Tylenol 208,646 Ibuprofen 176,315 Morphine 144,656
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Celebrex
Other name: Ibuprofen (Ibuprofen)
Other name: Celecoxib (Celecoxib)
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Advil is a brand of ibuprofen, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Advil is manufactured by Pfizer and has been on the market since 1984...
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Celecoxib International Nonproprietary Name is a sulfa non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and selective COX-2 inhibitor used in the treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, acute pain, painful menstruation and menstrual symptoms, and...
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Adv
Numbness
5
Depression
4
Addiction
4
Withdrawal
3
Stomach Problems
2
Dehydrated
2
Rash
1
Blood Clots
1
Sleepy
1
Tingling
1
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Cel
Depression
8
Nausea
6
Bleeding
6
Stomach Problems
6
Heart Attack
5
Weight Gain
5
Weight Loss
5
Numbness
4
Diabetes
3
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Cel
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8
Addiction
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Cel
4
0
Withdrawal
Adv
Cel
3
0
Stomach Problems
Adv
Cel
2
6
Dehydrated
Adv
Cel
2
0
Rash
Adv
Cel
1
3
Blood Clots
Adv
Cel
1
0
Sleepy
Adv
Cel
1
0
Tingling
Adv
Cel
1
0
Depression
Cel
Adv
8
4
Nausea
Cel
Adv
6
0
Bleeding
Cel
Adv
6
0
Stomach Problems
Cel
Adv
6
2
Heart Attack
Cel
Adv
5
0
Weight Gain
Cel
Adv
5
0
Weight Loss
Cel
Adv
5
0
Numbness
Cel
Adv
4
5
Diabetes
Cel
Adv
3
0
Rash
Cel
Adv
3
1
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Advil is a brand of ibuprofen, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Advil is manufactured by Pfizer and has been on the market since 1984...
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About Celebrex
Celecoxib International Nonproprietary Name is a sulfa non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and selective COX-2 inhibitor used in the treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, acute pain, painful menstruation and menstrual symptoms, and...
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Honestly, Advil liquid gel caps help me as much as...
" ...It really has helped me. Celebrex really helped with the swelling but caused a rash on my tummy. So no more Celebrex. Honestly, Advil liquid gel caps help me as much as anything... "

tried it. I tried advil, it did nothing. did the doctor...
" ...is that helping you any?. I've never tried it. I tried advil, it did nothing. did ...you really suffering or celebrex helps you ... "

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developed a terrible skin reaction to NSAIDS (Advil, Aleve,...
" ...a terrible skin reaction to NSAIDS (Advil, Aleve, Mobic, Celebrex). I took those for several years for osteoathritis and for some reason I started getting a horribly itchy skin reaction that... "

pain, I am unable to take Advil because of damage to my...
" ...to chronic pain, I am unable to take Advil because of damage to my stomach, so I take Celebrex, and once I got a clue to do so...wow did that help! It still hurts ...big!! I feel better in gener... "

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Tylenol or Advil have never worked for me. Posting a pic...
" ...been diligent with the meds and from today I have been on Celebrex for pain as Tylenol or Advil have never worked for me. Posting a pic of the girls. Happy with... "

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to Celebrex) can I take advil too? I have been taking...
" ...good website ? I am taking Relafen as an anti-inflammatory (allergic to Celebrex) can I take advil too? I have been taking it with Tylenol... and sometimes tylenol pm.... "

tooth pulled, taking antibiotics, advil, celebrex for pain....
" ...Had tooth pulled, taking antibiotics, advil, celebrex for pain. Lead to ...ago started having horrible gum, jaw pain in the ...tid....no fever, take advil and Celebrex for pain without relief... "

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would certainly have trouble weaning off the advil, but for...
" ...much with the specific Celebrex issue-- I only had ...to be able to take advil after that-- the celebrex didn't do much for me. I would certainly have trouble weaning off the advil, but for the ... "

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when you can go back on the Advil. I didn't find Celebrex...
" ...will improve as your op hip gets stronger, and when you can go back on the Advil. I didn't find Celebrex to be very helpful to me, either. But I'm glad your new hip is happy. That's great news... "

doing okay-still taking a lot of advil. Yesterday I took...
" ...I am doing okay-still taking a lot of advil. Yesterday I took some leftover celebrex and that really helped with the pain and I am sure it helps ...aloe vera. But I am still bleeding after goi... "

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