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.
Yes you can. In fact, pseudoephedrine HCL (the active incgredient in Sudafed) is combined with ibuprofen in many cold and sinus pills, such as AdvilAdvil® Cold & Sinus [OTC]; Dristan® Sinus [OTC]; and Motrin® Cold and Sinus [OTC].
Can you take Ibuprofen with Tylenol Sinus Congestion and Pain Severe?
Yes, I called several pharmacies with this question, you can take up to a total of 600 mg of ibuprofen total in a dose.
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.
Generally, the sinus medication will contain ibuprofen or a similar painkiller, so you should only take one or the other, not both together.
Yes u can. My mother had an infection and gets very bad sinus headaches and is taking the amoxicillin with advil cold and sinus.
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It is technically safe, however there is pain releiving medication in Tylenol Cold already. If the pain relief from Tylenol Cold is insufficient you could take ibuprofen with it.