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What I need to know is; can I take Advil and Tylenol at the EXACT same time together?

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Rachel8293 10 Sep 2015

No. Both are NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs), and so the risk of internal bleeding is far, far too high to be taking more than one at the same time. Take one or the other, not both. If you need something stronger, talk to your doctor about a stronger drug or higher dosage. Don't take Tylenol for longer than 2 weeks, and if your lungs begin to hurt, STOP TAKING IT. Lung pain/damage is a nasty side effect of long-term Tylenol use nobody tells you about.

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