Can you take a Decongestant with Ibuprofen?
If you have no medical reason you cannot take decongestant or ibuprofen (check the labels) then its okay.
Yes, there is no problem in taking naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn, Anaprox) and pseudoephedrin (or phenylephrine) together. As long as the pseudoephedrin is not sold with ibuprofen or ASA (or any other NSAID). If you don't have any contraindications to NSAID or decongestant, they both can be taken together if they're required.
Yes, but only if the Midol product that you've chosen does not have ibuprofen in it. There are several formulations of Midol, and I know at least one of them has it in it! Read the back of the packaging...if it says ibuprofen, don't take extra ibuprofen with it. If it says acetaminophen (as well as other ingredients that are NOT ibuprofen), you can go ahead and take it with ibuprofen.
You should not take Flexeril with codeine, no. You can take either Flexeril and ibuprofen or Codeine and ibuprofen. Taking two sedative drugs together can cause you to pass out and have trouble breathing. Ibuprofen is harsh on the stomach, so you should have some food before you take it. And you should decide which relaxant you want to take with the ibuprofen because you should not take both.
Sudafed PE is phenylephrine, a very old, very safe decongestant. Advil PM is ibuprofen and dyphenhydramine (Benadryl). They are safe to take together. Advil is a pain reliever and fever reducer, of course, and the dyphenhydramine is actually an antihistamine, which tends to make you very sleepy, too (hence the "PM" - "nighttime" label).
Yes you may take Ibuprofen while on antibiotics, but you must be aware of any problems within your GI tract, as Ibuprofen may cause GI bleeds in those who are susceptible. It is always advised to take Ibuprofen with food, so if you must take your antibiotics on an empty stomach, plan to take your Ibuprofen at a different time. Always follow the directions on the bottles of your medications.