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Old 10-18-2003, 05:00 AM
Malcolm Dale
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My wife won't let me take Bextra after reading these messages posted here. What is this medication?!*&@%%!<br>What is so wonderful about it? What can it do that Tylenol or Advil or Naproxen Sodium can't do?<br>.... This is crazy.<br>I think this time I will have to give in and FOR ONCE agree with my wife!<br>Ha!
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Old 10-12-2005, 05:00 AM
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Default Pain medications

Bextra like any other medication like Tylenol which is acetaminophen, Motrin which is iboprofen and any other medication for pain are not safe for the stomach,the liver or the Kidney if taken very frequently. Once in awhile using other methods of pain control such as water exercises,massage and rest can be alternatives to constantly taking pain meds. All these meds have to be processed by these organs and they eventually take a toll if use too often. Some people can have very violent reactions but the frequent usage can be also very detrimental. Therefore sometimes tolerating some pain might be better than the side effects these medications can provoke.
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