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Whether you’re looking for Naproxen, Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen or a lesser-known pain relief medication, we have what you need at the price you want. Relieve arthritis, toothaches, headaches and more today!

Types of Pain Medicines

Pain relief medicines come in several forms. There are pain relief pills, which can be down together with water, and there are also liquid pain relievers, which are perfect for seniors or anyone who finds swallowing pills to be difficult. There are also pain relief tablets, which should not be crushed unless you’ve been instructed to do so by your doctor.

When to Take Pain Medications

Pain medicines are often the best possible method of treatment for chronic or temporary pain. Strong over the counter pain meds, such as Advil or Motrin, are considered by many medical professionals to be the best back pain medicine.

Pain medications can also be used as medicine for lower back pain, and as shoulder pain medicine. Another time to use pain medication would be if you’re looking for an over the counter arthritis medicine. Pain medication is actually one of the best OTC arthritis medications.

Other reasons to take pain medication include agonizing toothaches, migraines, and muscle pain and severe headaches.

Pain Relief Medicine as a Fever Reducer

Pain medications are actually fever reducers, and therefore can be used as fever medicine by any adult with a fever of 102°F or above. They help bring your body temperature down to a healthy level. If your body temperature is below 102°F, there’s no need to take Advil or any other fever medicine; just rest up and drink a lot so you stay hydrated and feel better.

Pain Medicine: Taking it Safely

Taking too much pain medicine is not only addictive; it’s also dangerous to your health. When you need to take pain meds, be it over the counter pain medication or prescribed meds, follow the steps below to ensure that you are keeping yourself and your family members safe.

  1. Don’t overdo it. While taking pain medicine occasionally is okay, it shouldn’t be taken too often, since pain relief medicines can have severe side effects, and can lead to the following: Heart attacks, internal bleeding, strokes, malfunctioning kidneys, and heart-related death.
  2. Keep it in a safe place. Make sure your pain meds are out of reach from children, teens, and anyone else who shouldn’t be taking them. If you suspect someone is taking the pills too often, mark down the date you bought the bottle and then when the bottle is finished, calculate the amount of time it took to get used up. If something’s not adding up, get to the bottom of things.
  3. Use as directed. Follow the instructions on the pain medicine bottle, and don’t take more pain pills than allowed.

Common Questions About Pain Relief Medicines

Is it safe to take Ibuprofen every day? 

Yes, as long as it was prescribed by your doctor, and you’re only taking the prescribed amount. Pain medicines shouldn’t be taken for more than a month straight if no doctor is involved.

What pain meds can you take while pregnant? 

Tylenol is fine, but Advil and Motrin should be avoided as much as possible since they can cause harm to the fetus.

What pain meds can I take while breastfeeding?

Tylenol, Advil and Motrin are all approved by the Mayo Clinic for use while breastfeeding. Naproxen should only be taken for short term use, though.

What’s the strongest over the counter pain medication?

Ibuprofen is the strongest kind of over the counter pain medication available. Other strong pain meds include Aspirin, Tylenol and Aleve, but Ibuprofen is definitely the most powerful.

Is Advil Ibuprofen?

Advil (like motrin) is a brand name for Ibuprofen. Ibuprofen is the main and most powerful ingredient in Advil.

If you’re in pain, there’s no reason to suffer to such an extent. Order pain medicine today from AvaCare Medical so that you can experience true pain relief, and start living life to its fullest. Of course, do be sure to follow the directions that your pain meds come with, so that you can stay safe while feeling better.

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