Can You Take Ibuprofen with Antibiotics?

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Ibuprofen can safely be taken with antibiotics. Ibuprofen is normally taken with food so if you need to have antibiotics on an empty stomach, then plan on taking ibuprofen later. This is because ibuprofen can cause the gastro internal tract to bleed.
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