To use ibuprofen safely, it is recommended you not increase the dosage set forth by your doctor, according to Mayo Clinic. It is further advised that the drug not be taken any more often or for any longer than what is pr... More »

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It is not recommended to take over-the-counter ibuprofen for more than 10 days for the purposes of pain relief, states Drugs.com. The National Health Service recommends older people who have been given long-term ibuprofe... More »

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Long-term or abusive use of analgesics such as ibuprofen can cause chronic interstitial nephritis, according to the National Kidney Foundation. Interstitial nephritis occurs when the spaces between kidney tubules become ... More »

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It is not recommended to take over-the-counter ibuprofen for more than 10 days for the purposes of pain relief, states Drugs.com. The National Health Service recommends older people who have been given long-term ibuprofe... More »

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For pain and menstrual cramps, the average recommended dose for ibuprofen is 400 milligrams every four to six hours in adults and teenagers, according to Mayo Clinic. For children, dosage is based on body weight, and sho... More »

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Clomid is started after the beginning of a menstrual cycle and taken as directed by a doctor, according to Mayo Clinic. Clomid is the brand name of the fertility drug clomiphene, which is taken orally. More »

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A local, licensed medical doctor or an authorized health care professional can administer the hepatitis B vaccine, according to the Mayo Clinic. As of 2015, there are four main brands of the vaccine that doctors in the U... More »

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