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Ingredients: Ibuprofen
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Mount Ibu (Indonesian: Gunung Ibu) is a stratovolcano located at the northwest coast of Halmahera island, Indonesia. The summit is truncated and contains nested craters. The inner crater is 1 km wide and 400 m deep, while the outer is 1.2 km wide. A large parasitic cone is located at the northeast of the summit and a smaller one at the southwest. The latter feeds a lava flow down the west flank. A group of maars are located on the western and northern side of the volcano.

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Druginformer Identified Side Effects: None

Posted By ichope in ic-network.com on September 2, 2002 @ 12:00 am

For me, it all started in 1997 when I started using the internet. I sat at the computer for hours without peeing. Then one day I got a horrible bladder infection. I also found out I had Streptococc...

Druginformer Identified Side Effects: Pain, Musculoskeletal pain

Posted By bethster39 in ehealthforum.com

I have had several episodes over the past year where I get this terrible ache/pain in my left shoulder. I have a very, very slow GI system and have attributed this pain to that. I have no trouble pass...

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Posted By shadowwally in drugs.com

So sorry Becky That was so rude of me not to put Jeff's name there, tired and missed it! Not that if you are over on the nite thread i won't talk....didn't we just? Anyway, I really do have a q...

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