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yes, I have given Celebrex for arthritis pain and for

yes, I have given Celebrex for arthritis pain and for pain related to inflamed bursa of hip. I have been taking voltarin for years. may I continue to take voltaren and Celebrex together. I have also been taking aspirin 81 for years, may I continue it also?
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