800 Mg Ibprophen

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How long does 800 mg ibprophen stay in you took some at 3pm it's 11pm want to go out and drink

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Simon! How are you?

It actually isn't a good idea to drink within a few days of taking any NSAID. They both tend to be very harsh on the stomach and liver, so drinking while taking one could result in stomach bleeding, stomach ulceration, liver damage or failure.

However, if your doctor approves of you drinking, then you should remember to only do so in moderation and make sure that you aren't driving, since it may cause worsening of the side effects, you may feel more nauseous, drowsy and dizzy than usual.

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