Some medications, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, can irritate
the stomach lining, so administering with or immediately after a meal or with an antacid minimizes the possibility of irritation.
But for years it has been suggested that they can irritate
the skin and might worsen the symptoms of people with eczema.
Language expert Dr Jeremy Smith, of Glasgow University, added: "This MP is really saying it's the people that irritate
him, not the accent.
HIBS will play a danerous game at Parkhead his afternoon - by doing heir best to irritate
the 0,000 Celtic fans.
Berger, linked many of the skin problems they were seeing to the '60s styles - greasy hair, belted hip-huggers that chafe, headbands that irritate
ORAL sex, especially if it's vigorous, can irritate
the head of any penis.
A skin-delivery system for NSAIDs may be an important advance in the management of arthritis symptoms, because oral NSAIDs can irritate
the stomach, said Dr.
THIS might irritate
you but in the light of recent events 3am has suspended our Most Irritating People in Britain poll for a week.
Any assault on my integrity irritates
me, to say the least.
I will leave you with this thought, and probably live to regret it, what irritates
you about me?