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Can You Take Advil With Diclofenac
Yes, BUT: You should discuss with your dr. to assure continuity of care. The NSAID naprosyn (naproxen) can be used as directed for pain, and hydrocodone, which is a narcotic and has addicting potential, should only be used as needed for breakthrough pain and needs to be followed closely by your treating dr. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ibuprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (nsaid). It works by reducing hormones that cause inflammation and pain in the body. Ibuprofen is used to reduce fever and treat pain or inflammation caused by many conditions such as headache, toothache, back pain, arthritis, menstrual ...Read more
It depends!: Sometimes both are prescribed together after childbirth, but it depends on the person. Not everyone can take ibuprofen. Also, it depends on why you are taking it. What did the doctor say? if you are having pain and being prescribed methylergonovine, then it would be reasonable to call the doc and find out what you can safely take to treat the pain, if that information was not already given to you. ...Read more
Yes: No problem assuming you are not pregnant and you mean dicloxacillin. Some people have trouble with Advil (ibuprofen) irritating their stomach lining and cannot take it for that reason but most people your age tolerate it well, especially if taken with food. Older people with heart or kidney problems and those with diabetes should not take NSAIDS (nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs) like ibuprofen ...Read more
Hydrocodone & Ibupro: You can take these two medications together as prescribed, as they are members of two different drug classes. Hydrocodone is a narcotic and Ibuprofen is a NSAID - a non-steroidal anti-infammatory drug. They both have potential side-effects and potential hazards. You should make yourself familiar with them. For instance, nsaids can irritate the gastric lining and cause pain and bleeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Increase blood pres: Each may increase your blood pressure since each is an NSAID and all nsaids can increase blood pressure in susceptible people. Having elevated blood pressure can already put you at risk. You need to discuss it with your physician and get a blood pressure cuff and monitor your blood pressure with your physician as well as your kidney function which nsaids can decrease. ...Read more
Yes: There is no problem mixing them as long as you take them as prescribed and have no underlying contraindications to them. ...Read more
5 types of Excedrine: Some Excedrins (Extra Strength, PM, and Migraine) contain 250mg of aspirin per pill whereas others (Tension and Mild) do not. Diclofenac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) and I would advise caution if you were to take both Excedrin (ES, PM, or Migraine) and Diclofenac at high doses or if you have a history of kidney problems. ...Read more
Not recommended: It may increase your risk of stomach bleeding. ...Read more
Yes-with qualifiers: Both citalopram and Ibuprofen can decrease the blood's ability to clot. But if you do not have problems with bleeding, stomach ulcers, or kidney problems, it should be safe to take Ibuprofen as directed for short periods of time (1-2 weeks). Beyond that, you probably need to see a doctor if you need that much ibuprofen. Of course, let your doctor(s) know what medications you take, incl. Those otc. ...Read more
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