How Long After Taking An Advil Can I Take Methylprednisolone?

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Izzy Says:
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I took an advil for a headache at 2pm and ate dinner but I am not sure if I should take the methylprednisolone (6 pills) or wait 24 hours for the advil to leave my system?



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Verwon Says:

They are not in the same medication class, but what has your prescriber advised? Have you been told not to combine them? In many cases, they are taken together, since the Methylprednisolone may cause headaches as a side effect, according to FDA reports. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, acne, mood changes, and weight changes.

It would be best to follow your doctor's instructions.

Is there something else I could help with?

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