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Can you take Ibuprofen with Co-Codamol?
Taking Co-Codamol with Ibuprofen - Is it safe?
- Mixture of codeine and paracetamol
- Effective painkiller
- Works for period pain, muscle pain and migraine
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Can you take co-codamol with ibuprofen?
It is considered safe to take co-codamol with ibuprofen. You can also take co-codamol safely with aspirin.
Can you take co-codamol with paracetamol?
You should not take co-codamol with paracetamol. This is because co-codamol contains paracetamol, and by taking it with paracetamol you are unsafely increasing your dosage of the same medication.
Is co-codamol anti-inflammatory?
Codeine, found in co-codamol, is considered to be a NSAID (Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug). Therefore, co-codamol is anti-inflammatory. It is used to relieve pain and reduce inflammation.
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