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Suffer from Lupus, Raynauds and carpal tunnel syndrome. Had cortizone injection. Can tylenol be taken?

Yesterday, my husband had a cortazone shot in his behind. He also took another pill for sleep, I forget the name. Today he slept through his alarm and has been sore all over and has a headache. His doctor thinks he has Lupus but it could be Raynauds with some carpal tunnel mixed in. When he catches a chill his fingers turn blue. He wants to know if he can take Tylenol or ibuprophen for his pain. What do you think?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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i think he can take either of tynelol or ibubrufen to alleviate the pain
they are mild painkillers that will no problem with the medical issues he is currently having,
but not to take the drugs in overdose either as the have their side effects.
shouldnt be taken with alcohol and if taking any other painkiller for arthritis.
hope have answered your query
Answered: Tue, 5 Feb 2013
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