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[IP] Whats in a Commerial Medicine Label: like ADVIL?

Eddie writes that he has protein in his urine and was told that he could take advil.

No doubt about it, you could take advil but even the Advil instructions warn of kidney damage. It is best if you have kidney problems not to take any non sdteroidal anti inflammatory drug such as advil, naprosyn, asperin, etc. these drugs damage the filtration apparatus in the kidney and can eventually elevate your blood pressure which will complete the kidney destruction process. If youy think dyalysis might be an interesting experience go ahead and use these drugs. the newer cox2 inhibitor drugs are somewhat safer but are not entirely without problems. spot

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