Exact Time: About 6 hours
Meloxicam is a medicine that can only be taken when a doctor prescribes or suggest to you as it is a generic medicine. It is also known as Mobic too. It treats different sorts of arthritis both in adults and in children. Meloxicam is being prescribed by the doctor once a day as it has a long duration of action.
But if you see ibuprofen this is quite a common medicine that is also used for pain, fever, and infection in human beings. The other name of it can be Midol, Advil. It can also be given at a higher dose to treat arthritis. For pain relief, it is advised that take after every 6 to 8 hours. It has a short duration of action.
How Long After Ibuprofen Can I Take Meloxicam?
After taking 400 mg of ibuprofen you can take 15 mg of meloxicam about 6 hours time interval. Since both have similar healing classes. Also, it is being advised you have to wait until all the effects of ibuprofen have finished off. It is said that both of the medicines can’t be used simultaneously as if when used together they have severe effects on the human body.
Meloxicam has a long time duration to act. But if someone takes meloxicam in the morning and ibuprofen in the evening it doesn’t cause any serious problems until and unless if taken consistently. If you have taken firstly meloxicam then you are allowed to eat ibuprofen after 15 to 20 hours as it stays there for such time interval.
It is not allowed to take such multiple medicines as they are very hard and can affect the stomach. Since higher doses of meloxicam affect the body system so not allowed to take more in quantity. If you take both together then they won’t be able to provide the benefit that they have to. It is said you can take both medicines on the same day when your doctor confirms this to you. There are only a few distinct situations in which you can take both medications together.
Why Does It Take So Long To Take Meloxicam After Ibuprofen?
There should be some time gap between both the medication as when eaten together they get the people into a risk condition. Increases bleeding, ulcers, and infections in the gastrointestinal tract, so it is being required not to use them together in any way. Also, every medicine has a time slot that is when they will perform their action and how long they will stop the pain and the problems.
It is being said to take pills according to the doctor’s suggestions. There are many factors which tell that how much time is being taken to work quickly of ibuprofen. The first one is the amount of dosage that you take. If higher dose then your body reacts and takes more time than the lesser dose. The other one is the age of the person. The older person’s immunity is not that much strong so it will take much time than the young one.
As young ones are having a good immunity built-up system. Your health also affects the period. The last one is the weight of humans which indeed is a very common factor. As meloxicam is very hard so it takes more time to work and perform the action so the time to act for it is indeed more than expected from others.
Meloxicam is having more potential than ibuprofen. Both Meloxicam and Ibuprofen have the same class of healing or therapeutic. They are also the NSAIDs that are nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. These are used basically for those persons who are having pain or inflammation or infection. They reduce prostaglandins production as it is responsible for causing any sort of pain, fever, and infection in the human body both.
So the drugs work similarly but they have some differences. The two medical drugs can’t be taken as they can increase the chances of stomach bleeding in your body. It is being found that many people suffer from heartburn due to it so you are allowed to go to the doctor for checkups and changes in medicines.
Last Updated : 23 February, 2024
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