You need to consult you physician on that matter. Depending on any pre-existing health conditions you may already have, your physician would be the only person competant to answer that question because of his/her extensive knowledge of your medical history. But for all intensive purposes I would think so. Generally... Yes. However it's important that you take it with food and as stated above, the only way to answer this definitely is if I knew more about your medical history; for instance if you are elderly, have gastric problems, kidney problems or one of a hundred other things then this would need further consideration.
ibuprofen is not recommended during pregnancy
No it is not safe to take ibuprofen with coversyl as it can lower the effects of the coversyl
no it is not safe, but you can take tylenol.
Yes, the combination is safe. You can take 600mg ibuprofen up to 4 times daily if needed. Take it with plenty of water and with food in your stomach
You can take paracetamol. Ibuprofen should be avoided in pregnancy.
Yes, this is safe.
Yes you can it's perfectly safe :)
Yes it is perfectly safe as long as you take it as directed. I've been on lithium for 4 years and have never had a problem with taking ibuprofen.