Precautions for using Ibuprofen Sustained Release Capsules：
1,Ibuprofen Sustained release capsule is a symptomatic therapeutic drug. It 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, please consult a doctor or pharmacist.
2,Ibuprofen Sustained release capsule is best taken in or after meals.
3,It is forbidden for those allergic to ibuprofen sustained-release capsules and other antipyretic, analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs. People with allergic constitution should use it with caution.
4,In case of rash, mucosal damage or allergic symptoms after the first use of ibuprofen sustained-release capsule, stop the drug and consult a doctor.
5,The whole capsule must be swallowed. It must not be taken after opening or dissolving.
6,Other drugs containing antipyretic and analgesic drugs (such as some compound anti cold drugs) cannot be taken at the same time.
7,Do not drink alcohol or alcoholic beverages during taking ibuprofen sustained-release capsules.
8,Patients with gastrointestinal diseases should consult a doctor or pharmacist before use. Those with a history of upper gastrointestinal bleeding or perforation related to the use of non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs should not be used.
9,Use with caution in patients over 60 years old, bronchial asthma, liver and kidney dysfunction, coagulation mechanism or platelet dysfunction (such as hemophilia or other hemorrhagic diseases).
10,Patients with peptic ulcer history, gastrointestinal bleeding, recent gastric surgery, chronic enteritis or Crohn’s disease, cardiac insufficiency and hypertension should be used under the guidance of doctors.
11,Patients with systemic lupus erythematosus or mixed connective tissue disease, immune system diseases leading to joint pain, skin changes and other organ diseases should be used with caution, because it increases the risk of aseptic meningitis.
12,In case of gastrointestinal bleeding or ulcer, damage to liver and kidney function, turbid urine or blood in urine, back pain, visual or hearing impairment, abnormal hemogram, chest pain, shortness of breath, weakness, vague speech, etc., stop the drug and consult the doctor.
13,Overall, low-dose ibuprofen (≤ 1.2 g per day) did not increase the risk of myocardial infarction. When using high-dose and prolonged treatment, we should be vigilant that it may increase this risk.
14,This ibuprofen capsule preparation is only suitable for adults.
15,Women preparing for pregnancy should use it with caution or under the guidance of doctors, because ibuprofen is a non steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, which may weaken women’s fertility, but it is reversible after withdrawal.
16,Do not overdose. In case of overdose or serious adverse reactions, seek medical attention immediately.
17,Ibuprofen sustained-release capsules are forbidden to be used when their properties change.
18,Please keep Ibuprofen Sustained Release Capsules out of reach of children.
19,If you are using other drugs, please consult a doctor or pharmacist before using ibuprofen sustained-release capsules.