" NSAIDS are weak GABA agonist, so ...opioid receptors and you get rebound pain from it as well, but I took it in the thick of acute withdrawal and it did help. My vote is on acetaminophen... "
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" ...I take Advil for my ocassional ...naproxen which is a NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug). \"NSAID's when used alone only ...notice an usually small increase in withdrawal symptoms.\... "
" ...and have minimal withdrawal. Don't be afraid to take medicine that really helps you......why suffer when you don't need to. I can't take NSAIDs because they rip my stomach up. Tramadol also... "
" ...my symptoms. I take 1-2 vicodin a day for pain. I can't take nsaid's b/c I have a bleeding disorder ITP. My infant is now 5 months postpartum. Will I/and or my baby suffer withdrawals if I stop... "
" ...2 weeks have been taking a lot of Excedrin Migrane and Aleve. I also have been feeling awful with other withdrawal symptoms the past 2 weeks. I ...be connected to the NSAIDs. Yesterday was my l... "
" ...did some tests, including withdrawing uterine fluid. A lot ...trouble with the other NSAID's, I am going back on ibuprophine right now as acetaminophen is doing doodly-squat for my back and... "
" ...you that caffeine withdrawl gave me a ...after surgery. Also, tylenol does very little for most headaches... its active ingredient works better on fevers. Try an NSAID like Motrin or Aleve... "
" ...are some studies reporting that NSAIDs will impact the anti clotting ...took and I did have some discomfort stopping them - not ...the pain but rather the withdrawal symptoms. Go slow when we... "
" ...I did. Also the chromium nasal spray is probably a safe bet. The non-drowsy antihistamines probably act as a stimulant. Also FYI, my experience with NSAIDs is they aggravated my withdrawal symptom... "
" ...ask your Dr. for some Toradol, it's a pretty potent NSAID, it worked wonders for my headaches and I had no RLS either. Those were two ...I didn't have during CT withdrawl. It can cause stomach p... "
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