OTC Pain relievers - what to use and avoid?

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twoply
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Date Joined Jun 2008
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   Posted 7/5/2008 8:49 PM (GMT -6)   
I know I've read this on the forum but my search could not find anything.

What should we use and avoid for basic pain relief (i.e. headaches, back aches, etc)? What tends to cause more problems than help (Aspirin, tylenol, motrin)?

Thanks.
Dx w/ UP in 2005; Dx with UC in 2008
Currently taking: Lialda and Mesalmine Enema (1x per day); Tricor for Cholesterol
Male; age 42; Located in Atlanta


bellski
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Date Joined Apr 2008
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   Posted 7/5/2008 9:08 PM (GMT -6)   
My doc said no ibuprohen (advil) and no aspirin. You can use tylenol.
Lori (Bellski)-age 43 from Illinois
Diagnosed February 2008 with Ulcerative Proctitis,
Currently: mild symptoms / flare ?
Medications:  Asacol 400mg X 6, Canasa X 2 
Vitamins:  Calcium 600 + D X 2, Centrum, Citrucel caplets, Probiotics
High fiber diet
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jujub
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   Posted 7/5/2008 11:19 PM (GMT -6)   

Here's the link. You can always reach it through the "Resources" thread, too.

http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=38&m=1154208


Judy
 
Moderate to severe left-sided UC (21 cm) diagnosed 2001.
Avascular necrosis in both shoulders is my "forever" gift from steroid therapy.
Colazal,  Remicade, Nature's Way Primadophilus Reuteri. In remission since April, 2006.
 
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