Just because it is sitting on the drug store shelf does not mean it is harmless.
I have been telling my husband for years, not to take Aleve so often, if at all.
Today was the day he admitted,
"Honey, I do have to say I should have listened."
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is ramping up its warnings about the risk of using certain over-the-counter medications and prescription drugs. Some of these "certain" medications include:
These are medications that are very familiar to you and most likely in your medicine cabinet. "They CAN cause heart issues."
I myself have mitral valve prolapse and do not take any of them unless absolutely necessary. These med are used for minor pain and I use an alternative route for that, such as tumeric, magnesium with vitamin D and Omega 3 (salmon oil).
Choose what is right for you. Choose cautiously.
Do you have your 2018 "M" Words calendar?
After 18 years working in the health field as a Med/Surg Asst, I have seen many patients visit their doctor seeking answers but leaving with only a script in hand.
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