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Amazon [amazon.com] has 200-Count Advil Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer Liqui-Gels for $7.71 when you 'clip' the 25% off coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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Advil is ibuprofen which is in the class of drugs called NSAIDs. Aleve / naproxen is another popular NSAID.

NSAID use causes stomach irritation and can lead to GI bleeds. When we use an endoscope to look inside stomachs, essentially 100% of all regular NSAID users have visible inflamed stomach tissue, even if they had no symptoms. There is also increased kidney and heart fish, just to a lesser degree.

Point being, check with your doctor if you take NSAIDs more than once a week, especially if you have heart or kidney disease.
Acetaminophen is not an NSAID...it's for pain/fever relief only....does not reduce inflammation
2 different drugs, apples to oranges

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Thanks OP! For comparison, I bought this (2x120 count) at Costco for $14 on sale.
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Advil is ibuprofen which is in the class of drugs called NSAIDs. Aleve / naproxen is another popular NSAID.

NSAID use causes stomach irritation and can lead to GI bleeds. When we use an endoscope to look inside stomachs, essentially 100% of all regular NSAID users have visible inflamed stomach tissue, even if they had no symptoms. There is also increased kidney and heart fish, just to a lesser degree.

Point being, check with your doctor if you take NSAIDs more than once a week, especially if you have heart or kidney disease.
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Mine is showing up as free due to "AMEX Promo". Any idea what that promo is?
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I dont see 25% coupon...Am I missing anything?
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What difference between this and Kirkland acetaminophen?
2 different drugs, apples to oranges
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What difference between this and Kirkland acetaminophen?
acetaminophen is compared to Tylenol
advil is ibuprofen

they are two different pain reducer
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Walmart's Equate brand is generally far cheaper for OTC medication and it has the same ingredients.
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Advil is ibuprofen which is in the class of drugs called NSAIDs. Aleve / naproxen is another popular NSAID.

NSAID use causes stomach irritation and can lead to GI bleeds. When we use an endoscope to look inside stomachs, essentially 100% of all regular NSAID users have visible inflamed stomach tissue, even if they had no symptoms. There is also increased kidney and heart fish, just to a lesser degree.

Point being, check with your doctor if you take NSAIDs more than once a week, especially if you have heart or kidney disease.
Fellow GI doc here... and not to mention should probably not be used in liver patients and those with IBD
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Fellow GI doc here... and not to mention should probably not be used in liver patients and those with IBD
In day to day living, if I do yard work and ache the next day, is a better alternative Tylenol/acetaminophen? Like maybe once to twice a week sort of thing.
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Acetaminophen is generic Tylenol, another NSAID, but certainly different. Please see The Lab's post above yours and Wikipedia for more details.
Acetaminophen is not an NSAID...it's for pain/fever relief only....does not reduce inflammation
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In day to day living, if I do yard work and ache the next day, is a better alternative Tylenol/acetaminophen? Like maybe once to twice a week sort of thing.
As a general rule of thumb, for an otherwise healthy individual with no specific concerns, ibuprofen tends to be better for aches/pains, and Tylenol for fevers. Again, very broad rule thumb - YMMV
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