how does ibprophen or tylenol react to ms?

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how does ibprophen or tylenol react to ms?

Postby heyray » Wed Dec 28, 2011 12:47 pm

Does any one know how ibprophen or tylenol reacts to ms?
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Re: how does ibprophen or tylenol react to ms?

Postby Maledicte » Wed Dec 28, 2011 4:46 pm

Not well, (if you're referring to nerve pain) aspirin, tylenol, aleve, ect are all for muscles
In found drinking alcohol helped (since it suppresses nervous system) until i got Epitol from my nuero (its $4 - very affordable) Lyrica can make you suicidal - and its expensive

Valium is good for shakes

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Re: how does ibprophen or tylenol react to ms?

Postby heyray » Wed Dec 28, 2011 5:03 pm

Thanks for the reply, I was wondering because a few days ago I had a the flu and a fever and the only thing I had was ibprophen and tylenol so I went ahead and took them. It helped but I don't know if I should have. I have been feeling great after the diet, vitamins, and supplements and am still testing out foods to see which ones give me the symptoms. So far grains, flour, and sugar for sure. I just became dx two months ago so I'm on the experimentation stage.
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Re: how does ibprophen or tylenol react to ms?

Postby NHE » Thu Dec 29, 2011 2:24 am

heyray wrote:Does any one know how ibprophen or tylenol reacts to ms?


Many people take either ibuprofen or tylenol to help counter the side effects from interferon-beta. Ibuprofen, may be more effective than tylenol for this use. I don't think either are a problem with MS in general.


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