Can I Take Paracetamol with Ibuprofen?

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You can take the drugs Ibuprofen and Paracetamol together because there are no known harmful interactions between them. However, Paracetamol should always be the first choice since it has fewer side effects than ibuprofen. They are both used as painkillers and to reduce fever.
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All i know is i recently had my wisdom teeth out and was all good 5 days later until I ran out of panadine forte. Then I took panadol and nurofen together just before going to bed
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For quite a while. The paracetamol is the unsafest as it can cause liver damage if taken in large doses or for long periods of time. The ibuprofen is a very small dose and at worst
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Depending on your injury, you might want to ask for a better pain reliever than ibuprofen. You can safely take it for a while (several weeks) I would even suggest that you can up
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You can take paracetamol and ibuprofen together if you are over 16. There are no known harmful interactions between the two in people over 16 but this advice is different for children. It is best to choose paracetamol as your first choice because it has fewer side effects compared to ibuprofen.
You may not take ibuprofen and paracetamol. Ibuprofen is a pain killer with high aspirin combination whereas paracetamol is a target medicine. Seek further advice from your doctor.
One can take ibuprofen and paracetamol together because There are no known harmful interactions between paracetamol and ibuprofen in people over 16. Talk to a medical practitioner about this drugs.
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