Does Celebrex contain aspirin?

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13 Apr 2011

No, Celebrex does not have aspirin in it. Celebrex is celecoxib and it is an NSAID COX-2 inhibitor. Aspirin is acetylsalicylic acid and is a prostaglandin inhibitor but is also considered an NSAID as well by some. People who are sensitive to NSAIDS are often sensitive to aspirin and vice versa. Hope that helps some!

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