Ibuprofen

Last Update February 4, 2016
Ibuprofen is an anti-inflammatory and fever-reducing medication. It can be used to treat pain and inflammation associated with many conditions such as menstrual cramps, headaches, ...
Read more
Satisfaction Score
?
3.0
5 1 474724
Moderately Satisfied
based on 474,724 conversations around the web
Rate and review
Your rating:
Your rating has been added!
Share your experience
Share your experience
Last Update February 4, 2016
Satisfaction Score
?
3.0
Moderately Satisfied
based on 474,724 conversations around the web
Share your experience
Share your experience

Ibuprofen and Vasoconstriction

73 discussions around the web mention both
Ibuprofen
Vasoconstriction
Read more about :
Vasoconstriction
content loaded dynamically
Filter
Filters:
Gender
Role
Age
All
We found 73 discussions
?
d juducious use of ibuprofen really really helped. My do...
| www.mumsnet.com
" Depends on symptoms. I had nipple vasoconstriction which was horribly painful and ...diagnosed for DS1. I had nipple pain but a deep intense ...top half, and juducious use of ibuprofen really really helped.... "

?
unlikely, ibuprofen can cause renal artery vasoconstriction...
| forum.bodybuilding.com
" Take paracetamol (acetaminophen I think Americans ...it) instead. Although highly unlikely, ibuprofen can cause renal artery... "

?
e ibuprofen to try and counteract vasoconstriction, wh...
| www.bluelight.org
" ...in awhile. I always use ibuprofen to try and counteract vasoconstriction, which I would advise or ...another vasodilator. Wish I had adderall or dexedrine available, but... "

?
you experienced uncomfortable vasoconstriction (i.e. cold,...
" ...effects) and instead you experienced uncomfortable vasoconstriction (i.e. cold, tight hands and ...uncomfortable feelings and problems that vasoconstriction can cause. Related to that, ...and contrastingly,... "

?
evenings and took 1 dose of ibuprofen for it. You also ne...
| forum.bodybuilding.com
" ...would say no. EC causes vasoconstriction. When it wears off, the ...dilate and you can get a headache. I used to get ...on most evenings and took 1 dose of ibuprofen for it. You also need... "

?
then I take a couple of Ibuprofen although I didn't know...
" I have Clonidine which I have tried and it works well. And normally if I ...headache/tense neck then I take a couple of Ibuprofen although I didn't know that it possibly helps with vasoconstriction.... "

?
then I take a couple of Ibuprofen although I didn't know...
| www.bluelight.ru
" Quote: I have Clonidine which I have tried and it works well. And normally if I ...headache/tense neck then I take a couple of Ibuprofen although I didn't know that it possibly helps with... "

?
diagnosed with vasoconstriction (I'd written vasospasms...
| www.mothering.com
" Hmm, I was just diagnosed with vasoconstriction (I'd written vasospasms b/f ...since I've tried everything. She said recent studies show people with chronic pain to be deficient in vit D. veganone,... "

?
does admit to using Ibuprofen!!!\" Makes me laugh every...
| forums.dinet.org
" ...drugs but does admit to using Ibuprofen!!!\" Makes me laugh every time ...catagory. Seiously though, GI bleeds from ibuprofen can be pretty nasty and ...It is good stuff! Besides the vasoconstriction... "

?
question is, can you also take ibuprofen as it has the same...
| www.bluelight.ru
" ...not a good idea. The vasoconstriction also causes cramps, which is what my leg pain was. Well, as weed is a vasodilator, it makes the blood vessels larger, it's definately a good idea to smoke some... "

Your Saved Posts ()
Treato does not review third-party posts for accuracy of any kind, including for medical diagnosis or treatments, or events in general. Treato does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Usage of the website does not substitute professional medical advice.
The side effects featured here are based on those most frequently appearing in user posts on the Internet. The manufacturer's product labeling should always consulted for a list of side effects most frequently appearing in patients during clinical studies. Talk to your doctor about which medications may be most appropriate for you.
Treato does not provide medical advice, diagnoses or treatment. Services are ranked based on reviews gathered from around the web and may refer to different aspects of each service (Price, waiting time, general satisfaction, etc.) Treato does not guarantee any specific rate or promotion. In addition, prices for some services provided by the listed Telehealth companies may vary, please check with the Telehealth site for the exact price for the desired service. Treato is not responsible for promotions validity, application of the promotion code varies among the different Telehealth sites (for example during registration flow). It is your responsibility to apply the promotion code. Treato is not responsible for content on external web sites.
Back to Signup
Please wait...