Can You Take Ibuprofen With Arcoxia

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Rita Says:


I have asthma too and my doctor said that ibuprofen can be bad for asthmatic. Since I always took ibuprofen and it was always ok, for me there is no problem with that. Bus asthmatic must be careful with it.

About arcoxia and ibuprofen. Right now I'm taking arcoxia for my arthritis (witch says on the flyer that can also be bad for asthma when having a crisis because it can increase the mucous of the lungs). I probably would mix the two meds together because they are both bad for the liver and kidney.



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Verwon Says:

No, they should not be mixed, since they both essentially do the same thing and could cause severe problems with your asthma, as reported by the NIH. Other typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach irritation, and increased risk of bleeding.

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