Is it safe to take ibuprophen with afrin nasal spray?

Probably. Unless you have samters triad, which involves an allergy to Aspirin and anti-inflammatories. Afrin nasal spray can be addictive and short only be used for short periods, like 3 to 5 days. If you have a heart, liver, kidney or blood pressure condition, you should consut with your doctoe before using any medicine.

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Can I take oxymetazoline nasal spray and pseudophedrine together?

Yes, short term. Oxymetazoline is a nasal decongestant spray that works quickly to decrease stuffy nose, but if used beyond 4-7 days may result in "rebound" nasal congestion and a person can become dependent upon it. Pseudoephedrine is an oral decongestant that is effective but has multiple side effects including increasing BP in those with hard to control high blood pressure, insomnia, dry mouth, and GI upset. Read more...

I have bronchitis and have taken methypredisolone along with afrin for congestion. Can I take flonase or budesonide nasal spray for runny nose?

Yes. Nasal steroid takes several days to get optimal results . Afrin should not be used for more than 5 days else you may end up with even more nasal congestion (rebound). Methylprednisolone is not usually indicated for bronchitis. If chronic this may be asthma. Consider seeing an allergist. Read more...