Yes u can. My mother had an infection and gets very bad sinus headaches and is taking the amoxicillin with advil cold and sinus.
They don't actually expire, yes you can.
Yes, you can take Advil Cold and Sinus and Mucinex together. However, make sure you're just taking regular Mucinex and not Mucinex DM with Advil. Mucinex DM can cause bad interactions if taken with other cold medications.
aleve is for pain and advil cold and sinus is for well, colds and sinuses. i don't think it's a good idea to take both of these medications. i have taken advil cold and sinus and it works for my sinus pressure and pain, so i don't need any other medications. i think you should ask your doctor or pharmacist to make sure as I'm not a doctor. advil cold and sinus works so well on my husband, he keeps it in stock. he swears by it.
The pseudoephedrine in Advil Cold and Sinus may increase risk of cardiovascular and stimulatory effects. It is always best to ask your pharmacist or doctor about medications that may interact.
yes they can as long as they are healthy
You CAN take Maximum Strength Mucinex with Advil Cold and sinus. However, you need to make sure it's just the regular Mucinex and not the Mucinex DM. Mucinex DM has a decongestant in it, and so does Advil Cold and Sinus. So, essentially, you would be double dosing yourself with decongestants because both medications contain a decongestant ingredient.
Those are the two ingredients found in Advil Cold and Sinus. Look up Advil Cold and Sinus and you will see how many other over the counter products have the same ingredients. Ibuprofen is for the pain and Pseudoephedrine is for your sinuses.
Answering "Can you take Tylenol sinus with ibuprofen?"Answering "Can you take Tylenol sinus with ibuprofen?"Yes, infact Ibuprofen and pseudoephedrine (the medical ingredient in Tylenol sinus) are often used together in medicine such as Advil cold & sinus, Children's Motrin, and others.
no thats dangerous