Can You Take Ibuprofen with Ulcer?


An ulcer is the breaking of the membrane of an organ is a way that it prevents the organ from continuing with its normal function. Ibuprofen is a non steroid anti-inflammatory drug that is used relief symptoms especially where there is inflammation. Ibuprofen can cause an acidic and it is therefore not advisable to take it with ulcers as it will erode the open wound.
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Ibuprofen: Interactions
Do not take this medicine with any of the following medications: cidofovir ketorolac methotrexate pemetrexed This medicine may also interact with the following medications: alcohol aspirin diuretics lithium other drugs for inflammation like More »
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