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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 208,546 Ibuprofen 176,176 Morphine 144,593
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Excedrin
Other name: Ibuprofen (Ibuprofen)
Other name: Excedrin Tension Headache (Excedrin Tension Headache)
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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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Excedrin is an Over-the-counter substance headache pain reliever, typically in the form of Tablet. It contains acetaminophen (paracetamol), aspirin, and caffeine. Until late 2005 it was manufactured by Bristol-Myers Squibb, but in July 2005 it was purcha...
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Numbness
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Depression
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Addiction
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Withdrawal
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Stomach Problems
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Dehydrated
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Rash
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Blood Clots
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Sleepy
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Addiction
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Aura
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Diabetes
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Palpitations
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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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Excedrin is an Over-the-counter substance headache pain reliever, typically in the form of Tablet. It contains acetaminophen (paracetamol), aspirin, and caffeine. Until late 2005 it was manufactured by Bristol-Myers Squibb, but in July 2005 it was purcha...
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keeps me from the good ones like Excedrin. I took some...
" ...keeps me from the good ones like Excedrin. I took some Advil this morning. No help. Enjoy... "

too, was an Excedrin and Advil addict pre-op. I took the...
" I agree with you all about Tylenol. It doesn't work for me either. I, too, was an Excedrin and Advil addict pre-op. I took the combo for my migraines and now I have to take a narcotic.... "

I take it occasionally, but the excedrin works best for me
" ...take excedrin migrain. Tylonol ...it to work. Advil does work and I take it occasionally, but the excedrin works ... "

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Tylynol and Excedrin with no luck. My Oncologist is taking...
" ...taking Debrafenib and Mekinist approximately six ...me shake uncontrollably. My Nurse said to try Excedrin for side effects. I tried Advil, Tylynol and Excedrin with no luck. My Oncologist is... "

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seems to work best for me for headaches. For back pain...
" Excedrin seems to work best for me for headaches. For back pain Advil works good, unless it's really bad, and then I'll usually get prescription strength... "

and Excedrin Tension help the best for headaches! In...
" ...and advil help for most of my pain issues! Suboxone and Excedrin Tension help the best... "

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much powdered excedrin)...anyways...those are what work for...
" ...advil or tyenol work on me...i take bayers aspirin...or ...(pretty much powdered excedrin)...anyways...those are what... "

Excedrin because it is the best thing for my headaches....
" ...be careful - I take Excedrin because it is the best thing for my headaches. ...can hurt your stomach, but Advil is even worse. Try to take a ...or something when you take aspirin to help your... "

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Free Excedrin and that works for me. Pretty much nothing...
" Advil doesn't work worth a shit on me either, but the Migraine stuff ...anyway. I sometimes take Imitrex in pill form ...Extra Strength Aspirin Free Excedrin and that works for me. Pretty much n... "

max. strength Excedrin. Even that doesn't work most of the...
" ...was the only one.....I've had a headache every day for almost 2 weeks. Advil doesn't do anything anymore, have bumped up to max. strength Excedrin. Even that doesn't work most of the time.... "

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