Advil Patch

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Bobon Says:


Are there less gi complications from using the patch than taking the pills?



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David Says:

In one way or another the drug itself is going to have to metabolize, but I do believe a patch would present less GI discomfort for the sole reason that there are less binders and fillers than there would be in a tablet.

It is my understanding that these so-called inactive ingredients are the root cause of many side effects. Not only that, but certain "inactive" ingredients that may or may not be present in each brand, are actually detrimental to how the drug is metabolized and used by your body. I think that's why so many people react differently to the same medication. The medication is the same, but the binders and fillers are different in each brand.

I hope this helps to answer your question!

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Maureen Says:
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i have hemochromatosis and must be careful about pain meds and my liver i also have osteoarthritis in my knees i am helped by taking advil but i have concerns about affect on my liver does advil have a patch and would that bypass my liver?

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