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    I just tried some of the new Motrimax and I have to say that it certainly works fast. I think I will be keeping some in stock from now on.
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    I picked up some $4 coupons for Motrimax at SDM but didn't price it.

    The hard dry tablets take an hour to kick in for me. I have been using the Motrin liquigels and really like them.

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    I tried the samples, and for my type of pain/condition, it was not good. Slow-release isn't great for me, I guess.

    Glad it worked fine for you.
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    I thought they would be the answer for my son's migraines, especially when he has one in the evening, I thought he could make it through the night to reload on meds. He did not find them overly effective, we will stick with a Tylenol with codeine and ibuprofen cocktail.
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    I have so many different types of sample pain medications now that it looks like a bag of Skittles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lecale View Post
    I picked up some $4 coupons for Motrimax at SDM but didn't price it.

    The hard dry tablets take an hour to kick in for me. I have been using the Motrin liquigels and really like them.

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    I just tried one of the many samples I rec'd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thriftygranny View Post
    I thought they would be the answer for my son's migraines, especially when he has one in the evening, I thought he could make it through the night to reload on meds. He did not find them overly effective, we will stick with a Tylenol with codeine and ibuprofen cocktail.
    I have prescription medication for my migraines...sorry that you son has them too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thriftygranny View Post
    I thought they would be the answer for my son's migraines, especially when he has one in the evening, I thought he could make it through the night to reload on meds. He did not find them overly effective, we will stick with a Tylenol with codeine and ibuprofen cocktail.
    Yeah we tried the liquigels and they didn't even touch the migraine hangover so I think would be useless during a migraine
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    I just checked and the Motrimax is liquid naproxen 200mg and the Motrin is liquid ibuprofen 200mg or 400mg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lecale View Post
    I just checked and the Motrimax is liquid naproxen 200mg and the Motrin is liquid ibuprofen 200mg or 400mg.
    That explains it...
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    I just tried the sample for back pain. it is helping but not eradicating it. I suspect that is the slow release. I don't typically suffer back pain, so I am not sure what to use & since I had the sample it made sense to try.
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    @Lilo 003 - I find Robax platinum the best for back pain
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    Quote Originally Posted by lecale View Post
    I just checked and the Motrimax is liquid naproxen 200mg and the Motrin is liquid ibuprofen 200mg or 400mg.
    Make sure you take this with food - Naproxen is very hard on the stomach. Neither is recommended if you have stomach issues such as ulcers.
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