Acetaminophen 325mg And Ibuprofen 200mg

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StarrSNG Says:
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Can I take 1 advil (ibuprofen 200mg) and 2 alka seltzer plus (acetaminophen 325mg each) together? My head and body are achy, my whole body is hot but im cold, I feel nauseous and like I have a fever so I think I might be getting the flu.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, StarrSNG! How are you feeling?

Why do you feel the need to take both?

The Alka Seltzer Plus should help with all the symptoms you've mentioned, but you should always check with your doctor to make sure that it's safe for you to take.

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Britt Says:
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I took Tylenol 2 hours ago and my headache hasn't went away can I take ibuprofen now

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