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Fluoxetine is used commonly as an antidepressant and celecoxib is widely used for pain relief and reducing inflammation in various chronic conditions. Both of them can cause liver injury, but it is a rare adverse reaction of their interactions. Here we report a case of liver injury possibly induced by fluoxetine and celecoxib in a female patient. Case Presentation: A 55-year-old woman who was given fluoxetine for three months and celecoxib for seven days was transferred to the Department ofdoi:10.5812/ircmj.93271 fatcat:cfuikspaxncbhbk6rpmzvf4ngy