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Is Advil a blood thinner?

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Advil, also known as Ibuprofen, is a mild blood thinner with effects that last for several hours after the medication has been taken, according to Spine-Health. As a result, Advil may reduce the effectiveness of diuretics and blood pressure medications, and should not be taken together or within the same time frame.

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Advil is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug that is used for pain relief purposes, and can be purchased without a prescription. The most commonly recommended dose for Advil is 400 mg taken every 8 hours, although medical professionals may increase the dosage to as much as 800 mg, depending on the circumstances for which it is being used.

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