Can I use magic mouthwash then take ibuprofen?

Probably. Since you normally don't swallow magic mouthwash, i don't see any issues with using both concurrently. Magic mouthwash is a topical agent and Ibuprofen must be ingested.

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Is it safe to take Advil (ibuprofen) after using magic mouthwash?

Yes. Best to take the advil (ibuprofen) beforehand so that the water doesn't dilute the magic mouthwash. Otherwise, wait 30-45 minutes after using mouthwash before taking the advil (ibuprofen). Read more...
Yes. Should not be a problem, take it before you rinse to keep the effect of magic mouthwash. Read more...

Can I take ibuprofen with a magic mouthwash that contains lidocaine and prednisone that is swallowed?

Not recommended. I would avoid regularly mixing ibuprofen (or any other NSAID--ie naproxen or aspirin) with products containing prednisone. These drugs can act synergistically and increase the risk of adverse effects, such as GI bleeding. Read more...
Take care if over 75. Ibuprofen and prednisone taken together can cause gut irritation or pain and possibly stomach or intestinal bleeding, especially over age 75. Especially if you are over 75, run taking ibuprofen by the doctor who prescribed magic mouthwash - the bleeding risk is a concern. Otherwise, take the ibuprofen with food, take the medications at different times of the day, and don't use together long-term. Read more...