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Ingredients: Ibuprofen
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Midol is a brand of an over-the-counter drug for menstrual cramping and other effects related to premenstrual syndrome and menstruation. Midol is distributed by Bayer.

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Posted By taytay in drugs.com on August 21, 2004 @ 12:00 am

diuretics How long does lasix stay in your system? I was in the hospital for a chronic low potassium count and they did a diuretic urine drug screen that came back positive for lasix, but the probl...

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Posted By Beeblebrox in drugs.com on August 10, 2004 @ 12:00 am

I agree with xheavenxsentx. I dont think your daughter is abusing meds. There are worse things she could get her hands on (as it is easy for anyone to get meds these days) to abuse. Is she WERE abusin...

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Posted By mojojesso in drugs.com on August 9, 2004 @ 12:00 am

Naproxen side-effect Hello everyone. A month and 1/2 ago the campus doctor at my college perscribed Naproxen and Duradin for tension headaches and migranes that were interfering with my daily life. ...

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Posted By NancyK. in forums.heartburn-help.com on March 5, 2003 @ 12:00 am

GW! No! No! No! That's not true. Where the heck did you read that? Drugs such as Gaviscon, OTC Zantac and Midol PMS can be bought off the shelf just like in the States, but not drugs like Ce...

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Posted By waterflow in ic-network.com

Midol always helped me with it all but then I went to using 550 mgs of Naproxen that I got from my Gyno way back in the beginning of this all. The thing is it works the best if you can take it two-thr...

Druginformer Identified Side Effects: Dyspnoea

Posted By taurus in healingwell.com

... I started the birth control pill called Yaz about two weeks ago. It was my first time on it. Three days later I had my first severe panic attack. Shortness of breath, heart palpitations, sweating, s...

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Posted By DoctorQuestion in ehealthforum.com

For around 3 yrs I have accumulated up to 1-3 headaches everyday. I never went to a doctor before because after doing research I figured it was only because I wasn't drinking enough water, my sleeping...

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Posted By tangerine3 in ic-network.com

pre-menstual symptoms I have a question about pre-menstual problems with IC. My main symptoms of this IC/PFD are bloating, backpain and just over all feeling of inflammation and throbbing i...

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Posted By jameson77 in ic-network.com

I am like you and have horrible menstrual symptoms. My cramps start a couple days before my actual flow, and the first and second day of my period is nearly unbearable. I have tried taking Aleve and M...

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