Inflammation

Can you take Voltaren and Ibuprofen together?

No.Stay away from Voltaren. It is to dangerous. If you must take an NSAID take Brufen it is the safest in the group. And start using generic names. Voltaren is diclofenac and Brufen is ibuprofen. If you want to know how you can use paracetamol and ibuprofen together to get anananalgesic effect that isas strong…

How to treat a 99.6 fever

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Why do I get really hungry when I’m sick?

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Why does my phlegm suddenly leave a foul taste in my mouth?

If phlegm leaves a foul taste in the mouth, then it is often a symptom for a bacterial superinfection of the nasopharynx. If the body’s own defense system does not control this bacterial infection within a week, then probably a broad-spectrum antibiotic for 5–7 days will solve the problem. If that broad-spectrum antibiotic also does…

What happens when water goes in your lungs?

It depends on how much and for how long. more than about 300ml for more than about 5 minutes will probably kill you. Less, and you still might die from inflammation set up by the fluid in lung chambers not built to handle it. That’s called aspiration pneumonitis. Very small amounts of fluids are aspirated…

How does ibuprofen affect routine blood tests?

What companies will send people money when they’re asked nicely?Here are five companies that will help.At normal doses, it should not affect any routine blood tests. Ibuprofen belongs to a class of drugs called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs, which includes aspirin too. It is a non-selective inhibitor of cyclo-oxygenase (COX), inhibiting both COX-1 and…