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Advil

Advil

How were do I get this medication

A myRAteam Member said:

It is indeed a very sad and difficult time but we're clever enough to beat this virus as a species I'm sure God has more plans in store be safe love to you all xx

posted over 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

The same as the others your GP

posted over 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

Hi Diana. Advil isomer the counter in some pharmacies the US, but I never take it. I prefer Tylenol, and I try to use small amounts. Are you doing any Physical Therapy (PT)? I do low impact PT. I have a stretchy piece that I can get on my foot, and then do some pulls to help my ankle feel better, if only for awhile. I have used these PT aids for other exercised as well. I have to be careful to avoid bending over because I have already popped my hip out of joint 7 times in 2 1/2 years. So I use a "grabber"to help get my foot in the loop before I do the exercises. The grabber has a hook in one end and a plastic thing on the other. I am pretty short (< 5 ft) and I use this as a reacher to get unbreakable items down if I need to.

posted over 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

Hi Diana. Advil isomer the counter in some pharmacies the US, but I never take it. I prefer Tylenol, and I try to use small amounts. Are you doing any Physical Therapy (PT)? I do low impact PT. I have a stretchy piece that I can get on my foot, and then do some pulls to help my ankle feel better, if only for awhile. I have used these PT aids for other exercised as well. I have to be careful to avoid bending over because I have already popped my hip out of joint 7 times in 2 1/2 years. So I use a "grabber"to help get my foot in the loop before I do the exercises. The grabber has a hook in one end and a plastic thing on the other. I am pretty short (< 5 ft) and I use this as a reacher to get unbreakable items down if I need to.

posted over 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

Yes with new evidence that medication such as advil can damage your liver, heart, and effect outcomes if you get COVID-19 we all need to check with either are PCP of Rheumatologist before we take any over the counter pain medication. Please check with your Dr.

edited, originally posted over 1 year ago
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