At Tue, 19 Apr 2011, email@example.com wrote:
>I also agree with nasids being daogerous. I took naproxin for two years and
>still have ulcers and stomach issues five years later.
>Date: Sunday, April 17, 2011 10:12:03 am
>To: "Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS"
>From: "IAS Admin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Celebrex preventing adhesions
>From: email@example.com (DonnaG)
>Subject: Re: Celebrex preventing adhesions
>When Celebrex was getting ready for market, the big news was that it was a
>high performing anti-inflammatory without many side effects other than
>stomach discomfort. I believe this was before Naprosyn was approved for
>over the counter use as Aleve, another pain reliever. Naprosyn helped me
>with pain and inflammation, Aleve helps, too. Celebrex proved to be VERY
>hard on the stomach (including stomach and intestinal bleeding and
>perforation) and, in some cases, greatly increased of heart attack &
stroke. >The serious side effects increased with usage - so the dream of a low-side
>effect, long term use NSAID for those of us suffering from adhesions was
>It is great for pain and inflammation, BUT very dangerous, in my opinion.
>At Thu, 31 Mar 2011, Fern wrote:
>>At one time there was a widely circulated article written by Susan
>>Craig who stated a controlled study of Celebex having a "dramatic"