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Anti-Inflammatory Overview

Anti-inflammatory or antiinflammatory refers to the property of a substance or treatment that reduces inflammation or swelling. Anti-inflammatory drugs make up about half of analgesics, remedying pain by reducing inflammation as opposed to opioids, which affect the central nervous system to block pain signaling to the brain. Contents 1 Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs 1.1 Side effects 1.2 Antileukotrines 1.3 Immune selective anti-inflammatory derivatives (ImSAIDs) 2 Bioactive co...

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naproxen withdrawl
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my 78 year old father has been taking naproxen for 3 years. because he had elevated levels of an enzime the Dr. took him off naproxen. what kinds of withdrawl symptoms will he have. ## I have the same question. I have been off of Aleve for a week now in prep for surgery and am having terrible back pain, muscle spasms/quivering, general aches. Is this from withdrawal. I have taken 2 Aleve twice daily for about a year ## I ve been taking aleve gel caps daily for last 6 to 10 months and am experiencing horrible muscle pain and spasms. Wondering if stopping aleve is a contributing factor ## Same is happening to me. Can barely get thru my work day. Thank goodness surgery in two days ## This is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, the FDA warns that it may carry side effects, such as nausea, diz...
Updated 3 minutes ago in Naproxen.
Zerodol Tablet Uses
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Want to know the uses and side effects of zerodol tablets. ## The active ingredient in Zerodol is Aceclofenac, this is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used to relieve pain and swelling. Side effects may include: nausea, headache, dizziness and stomach irritation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## what is the action of Zerodol tabs, uses and side effect? ## can I take Zeradol for fever around 100 F insted uf Paracetamol? ## can I take Zeradol for fever around 100 F instead of Paracetamol? ## Hi. For the last 4 days I've been feeling pain while swallowing food and drinks, due to what may be a throat infection. Is zerodol-p useful for me? ## Is there any difference between Zerodol M and Zerodol MR? My doctor has advised me to take Zerodol M, so I am confused. Please advise m...
Updated 11 hours ago in Aceclofenac.
p t 5 pill
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Prednisone for my cat. Can prednisone 5 mg for humans be substituted for the cat since medications are running low? ## Prednisone will kill cats. It's for dogs only according to my vet. The one for cats is called Prednisolone 5 mg. ## In veterinary manuals, it is warned this it should be avoided in pregnant cats, and kittens, but it can be used in adult cats, if your vet approves. There are risks associated with giving any medication to you pet, just like there are with people, but both Prednisolone and Prednisone can be used in cats and dogs. However, your vet really has the final say on that, so I would suggest asking them, just to be careful. Your cat may not need a longer course of it, or they may want to explore a different treatment option. How is your cat doing?
Updated 2 days ago in Prednisone.
Zerodol Th
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I want to know what this medicine does and what the side effects of this medicine are? ## Zerodol TH combines the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory Aceclofenac, with the muscle relaxant/analgesic Thiocolchicoside. It is used to treat pain, swelling, muscle spasms and fever. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Read more: Are there any comments or questions? ## will i get delay in my periods if i intake more zerodol Th ## i took 4 zerodol thod 16 tablets on the suggestion of a doctor,after that I came to khow that I am four weeks pregnant.Is it harmfull for my pregnancy? ## I am suffering from upper backache for last six months,consulted rheumatologist and orthopedic ,blood test and X-ray reports of the spine are normal,paracetamol was of no u...
Updated 2 days ago in Aceclofenac.
deriphyllin injection is usually given in vein but it is given in intramuscularly
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deriphyllin injection is usually given in vein but it is given in intramuscularly? ## There are very few cases of medications where this can actually cause problems or make a difference. Those that are normally injected into the vein are normally used that way, so that they act faster. If it was given IM, it just means that it will take longer to work and be processed into the body. If can also cause some more irritation of the injection site, such as a bubble of medication, sore muscles and some minor swelling. Does anyone else have anything to add, concerning this medication? ## Can Deriphyllin- Decadron injections be given to patients with pacemaker? ## dibetic patient hving bronchial asthma,now suffering injury(orthopedic) ,Age-78 can i give her deriphylline inj through intermoscula...
Updated 2 days ago in Decadron.
Diclofenac Sodium 75mg
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I just took 2 diclofenac sodium 75mg at the same time. Since only one doesn't work at all. Could that hurt me? ## Hello, Turquita20! How are you? Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. This medication may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. It also carries some risks, such as causing stomach damage, increasing the risk of bleeding, causing liver damage or liver failure, so it is very important that you not take more than your doctor has prescribed. Doubling up once likely isn't very risky, but only your doctor can say for sure. It would be best to inform them, as they may want to run some blood work to check your liver function and clotting factor. Is there anything else I can ...
Updated 3 days ago in Diclofenac.
Medrol, Possible Side Effects
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Recently, I had a scheduled appointment with my primary physician. I had a chest cold, which is rare for me. The doctor gave me an Albuterol nebulizer treatment, a Medrol 6-day pack, and an inhaler as treatment for the chest cold, which I didn't need. I consider this too many medications for just a chest cold, and that wasn't the reason I was seeing her. But I took the first two, but did not use the inhaler. During the next few weeks, I had two episodes where my throat seized up, once when a bit of water went down the wrong way, and then when I swallowed salad dressing with a hot pepper flake in it. My throat went into strong spasms with sharp, quick intakes of air - and I could not control it. It stopped on its own, eventually, about the time I decided I would dial 911 and gasp...
Updated 3 days ago in Medrol.
Trypsin Bromelain Rutoside Trihydrate Diclofenac Tablets
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Kindly provide the brand name and label claim for Trypsin Bromelain Rutoside Trihydrate Diclofenac Tablets, Thanks ## There is a product made by APOR PHARMA and the brand name is REVOZYME FORTE tabs costing 10T 299.08 ## Youmay contact , Apor Pharma, Mr. Dinesh Dhiman 103, CHALLENGER 1, THUKUR VILL. SCHEME, KANDIVALI EAST, Mumbai - 400101, Maharashtra, India Ph Mr. Dinesh Dhiman Ph 918059780001 SYTXB ## Please provide the use/effect of trypsin bromelain, rutoside trihydrate & diclofenac sodium tablets. ## Please give me information regarding doses of tab revozyme forte in paediatric patient ## Enzoflam-SV ## Trybr-D tabs are combined with Trypsin Bromelain Rutoside and Diclofenac sodium. Product is of Indico Remedies India... ## Take ' Disencher ' its a dispersible form of t...
Updated 4 days ago in Diclofenac.
Prednisone 20mg/can I stop?
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I had a allergic reaction to some makeup or cream and had very swollen and red eyelids/skin. Was prescribed 8 pills of 20 mg prednisone to take 2x/day for 4 days. I look so much better after taking the 3 pills, can I just stop now or is it like an anibotic and I need to finish the course of the pills? Kind of want to hold on to the rest in case I have the issue again, which is likely! ## You should take the full prescribed amount as directed by your doctor, then consult them if you experience a similar issue and need more of this medication. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, nausea, mood changes, insomnia, and weight changes. Were you prescribed any other medications?
Updated 5 days ago in Prednisone.
oblong blue pill ip 194
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naproxen ## Yes, this tablet contains 550mgs of Naproxen, a generic for Naprosyn. This is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. You can read more on it here: Do you have any questions? ## Your very close but not right, it's a small light blue oblong pill, yes but it has the letter A on one side and a 1 line down the middle and then a 7 the line is indented.
Updated 6 days ago in Naproxen.

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