Yes. The two are very different drugs that act on different parts of the body. Unless you have a sensitive stomach it is fine. Ibuprofen can cause upset stomach as can Alprazolam (Xanax).
The ER stands for extended release, there the same drug so yes.
Yes, Walgreens Ibuprofen is the same as Advil. The active ingredient in Advil is Ibuprofen.
No it is not at all the same. Pennicillin is an anti-biotic and ibuprofen is an anti-inflammitory.
No No -- Alprazolam is a benzodiazapine, used as an anti-anxietal/calmative. Opana is the brand name for Oxymorphone, a pain killer.
Aleve and ibuprofen are not the same. Aleve is a brand of naproxen. However, both ibuprofen and naproxen function as pain relievers, anti-inflammatory medications, and fever reducers.
i don't see why not but if ibuprofen is in a tablet i wouldn't break it you can take both at the same time
It is not advized
Acetaminophen is the activate chemical in Tylenol that causes damage to your liver which is not in ibuprofen
Yes. This is because Advil is a brand name for the medication generically known as ibuprofen.
Alprazolam is in a class of medications called benzodiazepines.