Or assume the liability for any advice. Anybody that gets "loopy" from ibuprofen should probably avoid NSAIDs altogether until they can see someone to manage their case.
The best OTC NSAID pain/anti-inflamatory drug I have ever used I got in Mexico when I had a tooth implant. I had zero pain with either the tooth removal or the implant and credit that to the Dorixina the doc prescribed to me (not that you need a script to get it in Mexico).
Dorixina (Clonixin lysine). https://www.drugs.com/international/dorixina.html
My GF was having major issues at the time with plantar fasciitis and nothing she got here either OTC or by prescription worked for her. She tried some of my Dorixina and it relieved her pain. I made another trip to Algodonos and stocked up on Dorixina and that is what she used for months during the process of getting her off the knee walker (her plantar fasciitis really was that bad).
I have no idea why Dorixina is not sold in the USA, it is much more effective at pain management than all of the other NSAIDs I have tried, without adding the issues of opiates.
Dorixina Relax (Clonixin lysine plus Cyclobenzaprine hydrochloride) adds a muscle relaxant effect. This might be even more effective for your issues. I have never used this version so no experience to report.
Too bad the border with Mexico is closed till the end of October due to Covid.
I’m not a doctor, but this works. Two Tylenol and 3 200 mg. Ibuprofen taken at the same time. Do not do this if you have kidney disease or stomach ulcers. Don’t do this on a regular basis either.hi guys , all kidding aside. well local clinic I went to is closed down, I live in a high virus area in NY so hospital is out, could use some advise from a MD , on a over the counter pain killer for a bad back to hold my over.
MUCHLY THANKYOU!I I already PMd you my number, I think?I'll let you know the next time I go to Mexico. Probably around Thanksgiving.
This won't go well. Go see a doctor or use teledoc.
This site has an excellent track record of not killing anyone with medical advice, and no malpractice suits. (is there a link to a list of missing members?)Just what is needed. Medical advice on a gun forum. What could go wrong?
I've always used eye of newt and toe of frog for that type of pain. Here is the whole recipe if you want to use it:
“Eye of newt, and toe of frog,
Wool of bat, and tongue of dog,
Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting,
Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing,—
For a charm of powerful trouble,
Like a hell-broth boil and bubble.
Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn, and caldron bubble.”
My PCP doc recommended this to me! He said to go on Amazon or eBay, get one for $200 or so. I’m going to try it soon!I had a herniated/bulging disc L 4-5. Lower back bothered me for years. Doctors kept giving me Percocet/Vicodin and the muscle relaxant Flexeril. On the advice from a couple guys at work, I got an inversion table and it stopped my back pain. But 2 different doctors I asked about inversion tables said they could not recommend one. I guess not, it puts them out of business.