If you honestly think you could be pregnant, don't take it if the box says not to. Call your doctor and see what they say. It may be OK to take or they may tell you another type to take in case you are pregnant. If you're pregnant, it's worth the calling around.
I had a cold 13 weeks into my first pregnancy, and the only thing my doctor would allow me to take was Tylenol cold medicine, and that was only because I was past 12 weeks. I would not recommend taking anything until you are sure you are pregnant. Drink extra fluids and try a vaporizer.
aleve is for pain and advil cold and sinus is for well, colds and sinuses. i don't think it's a good idea to take both of these medications. i have taken advil cold and sinus and it works for my sinus pressure and pain, so i don't need any other medications. i think you should ask your doctor or pharmacist to make sure as I'm not a doctor. advil cold and sinus works so well on my husband, he keeps it in stock. he swears by it.
Yes, you can take Advil Cold and Sinus and Mucinex together. However, make sure you're just taking regular Mucinex and not Mucinex DM with Advil. Mucinex DM can cause bad interactions if taken with other cold medications.
You CAN take Maximum Strength Mucinex with Advil Cold and sinus. However, you need to make sure it's just the regular Mucinex and not the Mucinex DM. Mucinex DM has a decongestant in it, and so does Advil Cold and Sinus. So, essentially, you would be double dosing yourself with decongestants because both medications contain a decongestant ingredient.
Your dog will be fine, but make sure they do not hurt themselves (if the pill is meant to make humans go to sleep it might be disorienting to dogs).
are you sure zoloft is good, because there are many television commercials saying that if you take zoloft, porzac e.t.c and you had serious medical issues that you can sue the company for it. Anyways i think you should ask your doctor
In health, be sure you are talking about the correct "sinus" The heart has a sinus, so please be specific about which sinus you are referring to.
I'm not sure
Yes. Just make sure the water is not too cold or hot. When you take her out make sure you do not let her get cold. You can blow dry her with a hair dryer. Make sure again the temperature is not too hot or cold while you do this.
to be honest, you'll live! but even if you feel okay i'd tell someone like your GP, just to be sure
I am not a dr., but I remember clearly that ibuprofen/motrin/advil was a no-no during pregnancy. Pretty sure acetaminophen/tylenol is ok. Check with your dr. or pharmacist.
yes! it is! but I'm not sure what plant though...
Yes you can but make sure to read if the advil is regular strength or extra strength, and always read the back label.
Yes you can. But be sure to read the Advil label as different strengths say different things. Advil extra strength may want you to change the dose you take if you are taking it with Nitrix Oxide.
Im am sure Raven is not pregnant
Im not sure
i sure hope so
The best way to be sure you are not pregnant is to take a pregnancy test.
Yes, you can take Tamiflu and Advil PM together. Just make sure that you follow the dosage instructions on the packaging and to take them at the appropriate intervals.
It is a possiblity that you may be pregnant, but it is not uncommon to feel nauseated or tired when you have a cold. To be certain you should take a pregnancy test and then you will know for sure.
first what you want to do is nothing just lay in bed and hope it goes away that's really the only thing you can do and hey make sure your not pregnant sometimes that's the problem
You may have an unrecognised heath issue such as a sinus infection. If you feel that you may be pregnant take a home pregnancy test just to be sure or make an appointment to see your dr.
If it IS pregnant, sure.
The only way to have a 100% sure diagnosis is to see a doctor.
no i guess, I'm not sure! I do and its fine even Dr. said it was alright
If the tooth is an upper molar, more than likely it is a sinus infection, not a bad tooth. The roots of the upper teeth often sit right in the floor of the sinus, and when the sinus becomes congested, it can exert pressure on the nerve that goes into the tooth. This can feel like a toothache. See your dentist to be sure.