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Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: OTC
Advil is a brand of ibuprofen, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Advil is manufactured by Pfizer and has been on the mark...
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Advil & Vasoconstriction

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and then take some Advil, the Advil will act...
" ...is a vasoconstrictor. Advil is also a ...too much alcohol causes vasoconstriction) and then take some Advil, the Advil will act as a ...the effects of vasoconstriction while under the... "

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it cures my pronounced vasoconstriction but doesn't work...
" ...it =) Try taking an advil or something with acetaminophen in it, it cures my pronounced vasoconstriction but doesn't... "

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I've tried. I took 400mg advil 2x at separate intervals...
" ...As for vasoconstriction I suffer from chronic migraines and the bk-2-cb definitely triggered one on the comedown, similar to other vasoconstricting drugs I've tried. I took 400mg advil 2x at... "

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in your sinuses and vasoconstriction can cause similar...
" ...would experience such a thing chronically. Swelling in your sinuses and vasoconstriction can cause similar symptoms. It's worth giving the advil a try, but it really doesn't work so well... "

sometimes for me was to take advil or two 30 minutes before...
" ...t400 or PROP) also the first step sometimes for me was to take advil or two 30 minutes before the shot to make sure I catch the swelling before it starts. YJ -yes ice causes... "

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lack of access to other psycs. Advil could help with...
" ...of access to other psycs. Advil could help with vasoconstrictio... "

her treatment: Take 600mg of Advil (ibuprofin only, not...
" ...that vasoconstriction... ...Take 600mg of Advil (ibuprofin only, not Tylenol), every 4 hours, then over the course of 2 weeks start weaning it down... every 5 hours, every 6, etc. This... "

before the vasoconstriction started up again in my legs....
" ...like that) and of course, advil, hot baths. I would take ...asleep right away before the vasoconstriction started up again in my legs. Sometimes it ...me. You can take tylenol pm (has bena... "

strong coffee and take the advil...but for you it would be...
" ...they now have these menthol pain patches. You ...coffee and take the advil...but for you it would be tylenol. Another thing that helped me was ...headaches caused by vasoconstriction (whic... "

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with a citation. I mean advil you can use daily on years...
" ...somebody can chime in here with a citation. I mean advil you can use daily on years right without it ...too specific what dosage are you suggesting as triggering measurable vasoconstrict... "

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