Fenbid, ibuprofen, has analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effects. It is often used to relieve mild to moderate pain, such as headache, joint pain, migraine, toothache, muscle pain, neuralgia and dysmenorrhea.
Ibuprofen is a sustained-release dosage form, which can gradually release the drug in the body. Each time it is taken, it can relieve pain for 12 hours. It is commonly used to relieve mild to moderate pain such as headache, arthralgia, migraine, toothache, muscle pain, neuralgia, dysmenorrhea, and it can also be used for fever caused by common cold or influenza. It should be noted that Fenbid is symptomatic and should not be used for a long time or in large quantities. It should not be used for pain relief for more than 5 days and antipyretic for more than 3 days. If the symptoms are not relieved, consult a doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible. When taking Fenbid, you must swallow it as a whole. Do not take it after opening or dissolving it. At the same time, it should not be combined with non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (such as acetaminophen) to avoid cumulative poisoning caused by overdose of similar drugs.
Many women are uncomfortable for a few days every month. Dysmenorrhea is always accompanied, which brings a lot of inconvenience to women’s life and work. At this time, ibuprofen tablets can be used to treat dysmenorrhea. So, are there any contraindications during the treatment of Ibuprofen Tablets?
Dysmenorrhea not only brings unimaginable pain to women, but also the potential harm of some diseases. Therefore, timely treatment of dysmenorrhea is very important for women. During menstruation, women should not only pay attention to menstrual hygiene, but also avoid strenuous exercise and overwork, do not work in excessively cold and humid places, prohibit taking cold baths, do not eat raw, cold and spicy food, be optimistic, cheerful, and do not carry too much ideological burden.
Ibuprofen Tablets are sugar coated tablets, which turn white after removing the coating. Each tablet contains 0.1g ibuprofen. The auxiliary materials are: starch, pre gelatinized starch, (low substituted) hydroxypropyl cellulose, sodium carboxymethyl starch, silica (micro powder silica gel), etc.
Ibuprofen Tablets have analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effects. It is used to relieve mild to moderate pain, such as headache, joint pain, migraine, toothache, muscle pain, neuralgia and dysmenorrhea.
So, are there any contraindications to taking Ibuprofen Tablets?
1,It is forbidden for those allergic to other non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
2,It is forbidden for pregnant and lactating women.
3,It is forbidden for asthmatic patients allergic to aspirin.
The above is the relevant introduction of what taboos there are when taking Ibuprofen Tablets. Alopah warm tips: although taking Ibuprofen Tablets can treat dysmenorrhea, it can not be taken for a long time. Taking ibuprofen for a long time will have an impact on the body and drug dependence.