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Pain Relievers Could Increase Risk For Stroke And Heart Attack But Here Is A List Of Which To Take First – Aspirin Tylenol Aleve

Pain Relievers Could Increase Risk For Stroke And Heart Attack But Here Is A List Of Which To Take First – Aspirin Tylenol and Aleve

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(Best Syndication) Pain relievers could increase the risk of stroke and heart attack, according to researchers at Harvard. Recently Vioxx was pulled from the market, but a report from the American Heart Association (AHA) suggests that there could be problems with other pain relievers as well.

The AHA recommends starting with either aspirin or acetaminophen (Tylenol) for muscle or joint pain. They say that aspirin is good for the heart, and acetaminophen doesn’t affect blood clotting. If the pain persists, they recommend most people take a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).

There are lots of NASIDs on the market, but the report suggests Aleve (naproxen) first and then ibuprofen (Advil). Down the list they say try diclofenac, but more caution is needed with this drug (which is available only by prescription only).

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