Knee Pain

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Knee pain is a common complaint for many people. There are several factors that can cause knee pain. Awareness and knowledge of knee p...
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Common Knee Pain treatments discussed around the web
Ibuprofen 1,930 Glucosamine 1,606 Tylenol 1,092
138,122 conversations around the web about Knee Pain to help you make a decision
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Ibuprofen
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Tylenol
Other name: Advil (Advil)
Other name: Acetaminophen (Acetaminophen)
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Method of use:
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Ibuprofen (International Nonproprietary Name) ( or from the nomenclature iso-butyl-propanoic-phenolic acid) is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used for relief of symptoms of arthritis, fever, as an analgesic (pain...
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Tylenol is a North American brand of drugs advertised for relieving analgesic, reducing fever, and relieving the symptoms of allergy, common cold, cough, and flu. The active ingredient of its original, flagship product, paracetamol (called ''acetaminoph...
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Numbness
7
Depression
5
Addiction
5
Withdrawal
3
Stomach Problems
3
Rash
3
Blood Clots
3
Dehydrated
2
Sleepy
2
Tingling
2
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Addiction
6
Liver Damage
4
Contractions
3
Paranoia
2
High Blood Pressure
1
Blood Clots
1
Diabetes
1
Liver Failure
1
Loss Of Appetite
1
Febrile Seizures
1
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About Ibuprofen
Ibuprofen (International Nonproprietary Name) ( or from the nomenclature iso-butyl-propanoic-phenolic acid) is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used for relief of symptoms of arthritis, fever, as an analgesic (pain...
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About Tylenol
Tylenol is a North American brand of drugs advertised for relieving analgesic, reducing fever, and relieving the symptoms of allergy, common cold, cough, and flu. The active ingredient of its original, flagship product, paracetamol (called ''acetaminoph...
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Dr prescribed ibuprofen. It helps better than tylenol....
" ...had hip and knee pain since I started taxol. Dr prescribed ibuprofen. It helps better than ...ibuprofen so I'm taking... "

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pain. Ibuprofin does nothing for my headaches. My DS...
" ...a headache for me, while Ibuprofin is better for muscle pain. Ibuprofin does nothing for my... "

I love ibuprofen for headaches though, Tylenol doesn't...
" ...feel better with the ibuprofen. I only took the ...meds for pain. I love ibuprofen for headaches though, Tylenol doesn't work we... "

or Ibuprofen that works for me. I do think Excedrin...
" ...say Tylenol works but for me it just doesn't work once I get a strong headache. It's either Excedrin or Ibuprofen that works for me. I do think Excedrin Tension Headache only has Tylenol and... "

ibuprofen. Sleeping it off doesn't always work either....
" ...dealing with the headaches. I had a pretty bad one last week but just took Tylenol, which doesn't really work for me. I much prefer ibuprofen. Sleeping it off doesn't always work either. Perhaps lo... "

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are down. I don't tolerate ibuprofen well (upsets my GI...
" ...Up from 500mg tylenol every 4-6 hours to 1000. Thats keeping a lid ...down. I don't tolerate ibuprofen well (upsets my GI tract) ...Aleve (naproxsyn sodium) and Tylenol. Still horseshoe... "

I'm probably addicted to ibuprofen, it does help chronic...
" ...probably addicted to ibuprofen, it does help chronic pain I deal with...but it also keeps inflammation going. Just ...they work against \"healing\"...he says better to take tylenol but then th... "

exercise. I have tried ibuprofen and that isn't helping. I...
" ...My left foot feels like a rock. I have been googling if running/walking makes it worst no answers. I figured I?m in pain either way, so might as well do some sort of exercise. I have tried ibupr... "

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I am allergic to asprin and ibuprofren all I have to...
" ...I also have Arthritis and syatica ...seriously but on treatment, and because I am allergic to asprin and ibuprofren all I have to work with is tylenol which we all no does not help, if anyone ha... "

ibuprofen? I've usually found that more effective than...
" ...tried ibuprofen? I've usually found that more effective than tylenol.... "

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