Yes This is safe and make sure they both have been prescribed by the same doctor and filled at the same pharmacy, This way they are aware of what you are taking and look for any interactions you did not put what muscle relaxant but just be aware it can cause more seditive effect so be very carefull when you first start them because of the effects on working with dangerous machines or driving etc take them when you are not going to be out and don't mix alcohole with them it too well increase the effect or interact with the muscle relaxant..so make sure and when you first start them they hit you harder than when you are on them for a peoiod of time hope you don't have to. Good luck and hope you feel better.chuck1957
Obviously I'm not a doctor but there is a difference ibuprofen is a anti-inflammatory and not a muscle relaxer so this website actually has an interaction checker which I would recommend that you use. I don't think that it would really cause you any harm. I would like to caution you about taking the anti-inflammatories for the simple fact that long-term use can cause you abdominal problems. I wish you luck and I hope this helps
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