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Re: [IP] Whats in a Commerial Medicine Label: like ADVIL?
Responds from our mail list go from both extremes: (1)Kathy B- I can't do without ADVIL
nothing else works (-1)if I take ADVIL my protein in urea can be followed quantatively. There were many examples of effects on the kidney than use of ADVIL. My ENDO's say there is always a trade off beween reduction of pain and side effects on the kidney. Question is effect on kidney reversible? I would go to a kidney specialist.
Take good care
> email @ redacted writes:
> > Are you sure about that? My impression is that there is not a consensus in
> > the medical reserach about this. My current endo (and a slew of previous
> > doctors) told me not to take ibuprofen except for the occasional ache.
> > Ditto
> > for Naproxen.
> Did they tell you why??? My son had a reaction to Ibuprofen and we found his
> diabetes the next day. We tended to think the dm was brought on by the
> allergic reaction or the steroids they gave him for swelling. My 16 year old
> daughter is having elevated sugars now in the 150 range and still takes
> ibuprofen. She is not allergic to it. Any info would be appreciated. There is
> not a warning on the bottle for diabetics either. Thanks, Trena(mom to Jake
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