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Taking Omeprazole for peptic ulcer. Have pulled muscle in neck. Safe to take ibuprofen?

Hi, inam currently nearing the end of a course of Omeprazole as treatment for a peptic ulcer and seems to have sorted the problem, but i now have a very painful trapped nerve or pulled muscle in my neck and would like to know if using ibuprofen short term will undo the work of the omeprazole? Contact at YYYY@YYYY thanks
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Taking a short course of ibuprofen for one to two days will not interfer with treatment of peptic ulcer,however prolonged therapy is not recommended.If prolonged painkiller therapy is required injectable form or diclofenac is available for transcutenous use is perferable.
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Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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