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Can you take sudafed and ibuprofen together?

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6 Feb 2013

Yes, you're ok doing that.

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6 Feb 2013

Yes, as long as it is just plain Sudafed and not already in combination with ibuprofen-some of the cold formulas contain more than one medication often in combination with a pain reliever and some use ibuprofen as the pain reliever. Check your labels carefully.

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