Ibuprofen is very common in home standing drugs. It can reduce moderate pain, such as tooth, head, muscle pain, periarthritis of shoulder and joint pain. Ibuprofen can have antipyretic, analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects, but it is only one-third of the drug. Long term use of ibuprofen will also bring certain side effects to the body, and even cause liver and kidney failure. What are the contraindications for the use of ibuprofen?
What are the contraindications to ibuprofen?
1,Pregnant and lactating people
People in early pregnancy cannot use ibuprofen, because this is the golden period of differentiation of various embryonic organs, and ibuprofen will affect fetal development. Ibuprofen in the middle and late pregnancy may prolong the labor process and lead to dystocia. Breast feeding women use ibuprofen, and drug components can enter the baby through milk. Therefore, pregnant women and breast-feeding women cannot use ibuprofen.
2,People with rhinitis and asthma
People with nasal polyps, asthma and allergic rhinitis should be vigilant when using ibuprofen for the first time, because ibuprofen can induce bronchospasm and even aggravate asthma, especially children with moderate and mild asthma.
3,Patients with cardiac function and edema
Hypertension, physical edema and cardiac insufficiency and lupus erythematosus patients can not use Bloven *, so as not to cause water retention and edema, and even induce allergic reactions.
4,People with coagulation disorders
Ibuprofen will prolong the bleeding time and aggravate the bleeding tendency. Therefore, people with hemophilia or abnormal platelet function and coagulation disorder should use ibuprofen carefully.
5,People with renal insufficiency
Short-term use of ibuprofen can achieve antipyretic and analgesic effect, but a large amount of use will damage the kidney and even cause renal failure.
6,Frail and elderly
The elderly are prone to a variety of diseases, often accompanied by cardiac insufficiency, arteriosclerosis and abnormal liver and kidney function. If a large amount of ibuprofen is used, it may cause adverse drug reactions.
7,People with abnormal digestive tract
Ibuprofen is easy to cause gastrointestinal side effects, resulting in new ulcers in the gastrointestinal tract. Especially for patients with a history of peptic ulcer and potential peptic ulcer, this drug should not be used.
What are the contraindications of other common painkillers?
Aspirin can achieve analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects, but also anti rheumatism. It not only has analgesic effects, but also can prevent stroke, coronary heart disease and other vascular diseases. However, aspirin is easy to cause gastrointestinal discomfort. Patients with duodenal and gastric ulcer can’t use aspirin. Asthma, pregnant women and before and after drinking can’t take this medicine.
Indomethacin has better antipyretic and analgesic effects than aspirin. It can assist in the treatment of joint pain, headache and muscle pain. It is suitable for headache caused by cold, fever, vasculitis and occipital neuritis. However, it will cause damage to the gastrointestinal tract. Pregnant women, lactation, asthma and people with gastrointestinal diseases cannot use this drug.
Qutong tablet can achieve antipyretic, analgesic and anti rheumatic effects. It can alleviate headache attack, but it will bring certain stimulation to the stomach and easily cause allergic reactions such as rash.
Analgin is applied to various pain and fever, but it can not be used continuously to avoid damage to liver and kidney function. At the same time, it will also lead to drug rash and decrease in the number of leukocytes.
No matter what kind of painkillers bring more or less side effects to the body, they must be used reasonably under the guidance of doctors. They cannot go to the drugstore to buy drugs, nor can they increase or reduce the drug dose without authorization.