I am hearing Motrin and Robitussin causing heart attacks when the two are given at the same time?

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11 Nov 2009

I am almost positive that this is false. Motrin (also known as Ibuprofen) and Robitussin (also known as Guaifenesin) don't interact with each other and are often told to be taken together. I have personally taken these two together for years and I give them to my son when he is sick together and no problems here.

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