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Does aspirin antagonize the effect of betablocker?
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Does aspirin antagonize the effect of betablocker?

I took some Ibuprofen yesterday,
but I noticed that the Ibuprofen sabotaged the effect of my beloved betablocker (nebivolol)...
These two drugs combined make my heart feel bad!

I am wondering if Aspirin too antagonizes the effect of Betablockers,
as Ibuprofen does?
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Neither ibuprofen or aspirin is known to interact with Nebivolol. You can try taking them apart to minimize any ill effects.
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Betablockers + ibuprofen are known to give problems.
http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Heart-Disease/Beta-blockers-and-Ibuprofen/show/10783

I have the impression that aspirin does not interfere with my betablockerts as ibuprofen does,
at least not that i've noticed.

Thanks for your reply.
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