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Is it true that the pain killers asprin, paracetamol and ibuprofen act differently and can be taken concurrently?

Multiple painkillers. It is true that these drugs act differently ad can be used concurrently. However they should be used in a step wise approach (add the second and third drug if pain control has not been achieved). Please exercise caution as aspirin and ibrufen can cause gastric irritation and should not be used together in high dose or for long periods. Read more...
Yes. They do act differently and are often taken concurrently. Read more...