Ibuprofen And Ampicilina

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Rubi Says:
Im taking ampicilina 500mg is it ok to take ibuprofen 200mg? and how long do I wait to take ibuprofen after taking ampicilina?

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David Says:

Based on my research there are no drug interactions found between Ibuprofen and Ampicillin; deeming them safe to take together. That said, there shouldn't be anything wrong with taking them both at the same time either.

You can learn more about these drugs on the page for Ibuprofen Details and Ampicillin Details

I hope this helps to answer your question!

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