8 Jul 2011
Generally, if you have a peptic ulcer or a history of peptic ulcer, you should not take NSAID drugs (or non steroidal anti-inflammatories). You should speak to your Dr however. In some instances they may try an NSAID with a H2 inhibitor to protect the stomach but only your Dr can make the determination if the risk is worth the benefit.
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