Can you take cocodamol and Ibuprofen together?
Yes you can take cocodamol and ibuprofen together, You should take the cocodamol in between taking the ibuprofen at four to six hour intervals. The ibuprofen is prescribed for arthritus as it is an anti inflamatory and the cocodamol is a pain killer.
Cocodamol is combination of codeine and paracetamol. It can in theory be combined with ibuprofen and extra paracetamol, but since paracetamol can get VERY toxic above a certain threshold, it is not recommended to do so. The threshold for paracetamol lies at about 4000mg total per day (including the paracetamol in the cocodamol). If you have taken more than that, please contact you doctor immediatly. Ibuprofen is fairly safe in regular doses, but won't add…
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.
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.