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Excerpt: OK so I managed to again strain or badly pull several muscles in my back and neck. The same general area that took about 2 months to heal last time and I thought I was better. This time I think I did it with a bit of sheep turning for ultrasounds or perhaps the extra hay lifting I had todo since hubby is so sick he can't even get out of bed right now. Anyway, on to the question, for fairly severe muscle soreness, and shooting pains do you prefer to take aspirin or ibuprofen? Why would

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    Badly pulled muscles

    OK so I managed to again strain or badly pull several muscles in my back and neck. The same general area that took about 2 months to heal last time and I thought I was better. This time I think I did it with a bit of sheep turning for ultrasounds or perhaps the extra hay lifting I had todo since hubby is so sick he can't even get out of bed right now.

    Anyway, on to the question, for fairly severe muscle soreness, and shooting pains do you prefer to take aspirin or ibuprofen?

    Why would you chose one or the other?

    And lastly should I be using a heating pad or ice on the injured area?

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    I prefer ibuprofen as it may be less tough on the liver. Personally I would go with a heating pad at this point as well. If this is a nagging/recurring injury, it may be worth considering physical therapy to rehab it.

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    Re: Badly pulled muscles

    you sure you pulled muscles and it isn't disc related?

    a lot of times when you herniate discs it will cause pain around the area and it will seem like it is muscles
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