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    Advil,tylenol,aleve,benedril...which is best.??

    So I was trying to pick out a good pain killer+muscle cramp killer. Reading all the labels and such, but they all contain different ingred., ibuprofen, acetamphen(sp?), asprin, etc, etc.
    They all claim to relieve those symptoms, but what works best for you?

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    ibuprofen is what my team seems to like the most

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    aleve is pretty good cause its main ingred. is Naproxen a
    nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory.

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    FYI, all OTC anti-inflamatories stop protein synthesis dead in its tracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMC78
    FYI, all OTC anti-inflamatories stop protein synthesis dead in its tracks.

    thats what i've heard too bro....so just stick w/ good old asprin?

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    MMC78 FYI, all OTC anti-inflamatories stop protein synthesis dead in its tracks.
    Whoa..is that right?!Doesnt sound good..esp being on AAS.
    So which pain killer is OK to take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfyEVH
    thats what i've heard too bro....so just stick w/ good old asprin?
    I don't know if asprin has an affect on it or not. You can look for studies on pubmed/google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gettin swolle
    Whoa..is that right?!Doesnt sound good..esp being on AAS.
    So which pain killer is OK to take?
    Dude it's a whole different ballgame on AAS. I'm sure the effects of ibprofin/tylenol are more than offset by what you're taking.

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