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So i take motrin and occasionally tylenol on a daily basis

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So i take motrin and occasionally tylenol on a daily basis for the past couple years due to chronic pain but im in college now and im just wondering if it would be okay to drink wine because of a story i was told about someone who was born with a stomach ulcer but is allowed to drink just wine.


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In order to help you find an answer, could you please answer following:

Where exactly you have chronic pain? Is it above belly button?

Any history of early morning nausea associated?

Any history of stress in your life?

Any other medicine have you been prescribe for such pain?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

My chronic pain is in my left leg and there is no known cause at the moment but there is no nausea and currently i do not have much stress. I was perscribed celebrex last year but it did not work so i am no longer taking that.

OK and thanks for your input.

I hope I can help clear this up for you.

In the current scenario you are in, wine intake should be avoided as it will worse already existing chronic pain. It can also trigger stomach ulcer. If motrin, tylenol and celebrex is not working, you can switch over to the drugs like gabapentin after discussing your doctor physically.

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