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Can You Take Paracetamol and Aspirin Together?

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You can take paracetamol and aspirin together. It is okay to take them together so long as you don't exceed the stated dose of either of them and you don't have any stomach problems or sensitivity; you should also take them after meals. The drug anadin is actually a mixture of the two containing the equivalent of two paracetamol and one aspirin.
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Yes, you can take Aspirin and Paracetamol together. The two medicines combined are called Disprin extra. It is used to treat moderate pain, such as toothaches and also to relieve symptoms associated with colds and flu such as headache.
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Aspirin has 3 actions. 1. Anti inflamatry(to reduce inflammation) 2. Anti pyretic (To reduce fever) 3. Analgesic(to reduce pain) while paracetamol have only 2 action. 1. Anti pyretic
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Both aspirin and paracetamol are analgesics (painkillers) in my nursing experience paracetamol is the more commonly used in the hospital. Paracetamol is purely a painkiller and antipyretic
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aspirin. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paracetamol.
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Hi! Paracetamol and aspirin are most commonly drugs used in treatment of mild to moderate pain. They are not very strong painkillers. They are similar in this way, but they are also
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