Salsalate

What is Salsalate?

Salsalate is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Salsalate is in a class of drugs called salicylates. Salsalate may work by inhibiting the production of and release of prostaglandins.

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About a week ago, I was participating in a 5-K fun run with my grand-daughter (I am a 60 y/o male - 6'1", 190 lb male in good physical condition -...

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In a blood test done in February, my CPK levels were in the abnormally high level. I have been taking Daypro for inflammation in my hip (I have...

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I THINK DAYPRO IS THE HULK OF ALL THE NSAIDS(PAIN KILLERS) U R TAKING AND U KNOW THAT HULK DRINKS A LOT OF WATER AND CAUSES ALOT OF BREAKDOWN.SO...

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