Ibuprofen/aspirin allergy is not listed here:
but it does say "You should not use AMRIX if you...are sensitive to any of its ingredients"
That being said, don't trust answers on a website. Read the included information and ask your doctor.
The active ingredient in AMRIX is cyclobenzaprine hydrochloride, (three rings) while ibuprofen is p - isobutylphenyl (one ring) and aspirin is acetysalicylic acid (one ring).
So I dont see any cross alergencity because of this.
So you can take it; if you are not alergic to AMRIX by itself.
Moreover you cannot take amrix for longtime.
and you can test by taking a very low dose or drug to check for any problems first. and later increasing to recomended levels.
and Dont mix side effects with allergy , thse two are totally diffent entities.
Hope this answers ur question / concern to some extent.
Take ibuprofen with food or milk to minimize side effects such as heartburn and stomach upset. The suspension form should be shaken well before using
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