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  • I paid about 15 dollars for a bottle of the Kirkland Extra Strength Rapid Release Pain Reliever tablets
  • I noticed immediately that they are very similar looking to the Tylenol Rapid Release tablets
  • I like this medication, but think it could just last a bit longer
  • The best part is that if you take it every 6 hours it is like it starts to hit you immediately after a while
  • I think this medication can be beneficial and would take it in the future for minor aches and pains


    • by adrean_j
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      I have had a lot of problems in the past with arm pain. I am not quite sure of it, but it seems that I am developing carpal tonal syndrome. I hate dealing with the pain and will take almost anything I can get my hands on to kill the pain. I purchased this really expensive over the counter pain killer on eBay that I have never seen before in stores. I guess they don’t sell it locally, or I just missed it completely. I paid about 15 dollars for a bottle of the Kirkland Extra Strength Rapid Release Pain Reliever tablets. There were

      a total of 50 tablets in the jar. I noticed immediately that they are very similar looking to the Tylenol Rapid Release tablets. They are cylinder shaped pills that are half red and half blue. I took a dose of two caplets. They were both very easy to swallow and did not feel bulky in my throat. I felt that they glided down smoothly. I didn’t even have to drink a lot of water, one gulp was more than enough.

      I was hoping that the pain would go away quickly since the pain reliever was supposed to be real fast at releasing into my ...


      • body. Surprisingly the medicine worked very well. After only 20 minutes I started to feel that my pain was drifting away. I felt more relaxed and was able to move my harms and hands around more freely. I was even able to do some writing, which usually causes my hands to cramp up. I really liked how I felt using this medication until the pain started to come back. It did not come back right away, but snuck up on me after about 4 hours. I expected it to keep the pain away longer, since I could only take them every six hours, but
        it did not. I took them for a few more days to ease the pain and it was very helpful in keeping my hand from throbbing.

        I like this medication, but think it could just last a bit longer. The best part is that if you take it every 6 hours it is like it starts to hit you immediately after a while. I think this medication can be beneficial and would take it in the future for minor aches and pains. I have taken it for really sever pain and it did not work as good, but still did bring the pain down a few notches.




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