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Hello Ana, I am Dr. Arun and will be helping you today.Ibuprofen and nimsulide cannot be taken with the paroxetine. As there is a significant drug interaction and chance of stomach bleeding. The only analgesics one can take is acetaminophen which is over the counter. Otherwise you would need prescription of the narcotic analgesic from your doctor.Please feel free for your follow up questions.
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I have taken them together for years in this situation and never had issues. I always eat something for protecting my stomach. And in my country I do not need prescription for them, I already have some. Tried acetaminofen, does not work...
I can take them separately, different hours.
Yes Ana, you can take them in the difference of about an hour or more. For caution you may take an Omeprazole or Pantaprazole, which will prevent the risk of bleeding. You may also take an antacid.It is privilege assisting you.
Confused now... first you said no way, than ok... Just making sure...