Ibuprofen || Its Uses, Side Effects, Warning & Precautions

Ibuprofen is used for relief from pain, fever and inflammation …

Ibuprofen is a Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug (NSAID), that is used for reducing hormones that cause inflammation and pain in your body. The ibuprofen  is available under a number of trade names, including AdvilMotrin and Nurofen. 

Ibuprofen is used for treating pain, fever, and inflammation in adults and children who are at least 6 months old. This is one of the the most effective and safe medicines needed in the health system.

Uses :

Ibuprofen is used primarily to treat fever, mild to moderate pain and inflammatory disease. It works by blocking the production of your body of the natural substances which cause inflammation, which helps to reduce pain and fever.

It in used in treating :

Menstrual Pain : 

Period is a menstruation cycle in feminine body. It comes when uterus sheds its lining once a month. In this case,  lining passes through cervix and out through the vaginal canal. During period Light pain, hamper and discomfort is common. This stomach pain is the cause of contractions and cramps in muscle that is similar to labor pain. But some times, due to some reason excess pain occurs that may be harmful for you and may be the symbol of any disease.


Stress :

Stress is a state of mental or emotional strain. It is a difficulty that cause worry or emotional tension. The situation or presser that causes stress are known as stressors.


Arthritis :  

Arthritis is a very common disease that may occur in people  of all ages, sex & races. In fact, it is not a single disease. In general people understand arthritis as joint pain in knees but is much more than that. It is the leading cause of disability in USA.

According to a report more than 50 million adults and 3 lakh children are suffering from some or the other forms of arthritis. It becomes more common and frequent with people who have crossed 40. Women have been found more vulnerable to this.



Dental Pain :  

Dental or Jaw pain is a common problem affecting millions of the people in the world. In most cases, the patient affected with jaw pain has not able to eat and speak. There is no any certain cause of this pain but has many possible causes. It may be related to any physical injury, nerves problems, blood vessel problems or any medical treatment. Child bearing women may be also affected from jaw pain.



Migraine :   

A migraine is a severe as well as a painful headache. Its headache affect one half of the head, are pulsating in nature, and last from 2 to 72 hours. The pain may be made worse by physical activity. Some patients of migraines can easily identify the factors that cause the headaches, such as allergies, stress, light. Some patients got warning before the start of the migraine headache.



Influenza :  

Influenza, also known as ‘ Flu‘ is an infection disease, caused by influenza virus. It affects the upper respiratory system, including your lungs, throat and nose. Its symptom begins after two days of exposure of virus and lasts less than a week. Generally it attack the people who have chronic disease or weak immune systems like young children, older adults, pregnant women e.t.c. From cough and sneezing, its virus is spreads through the air and enter your body through the mucus membranes of your nose, mouth and eyes.



Common Cold :

Common cold, also known as cold, is an infectious disease caused by virus affecting nose. Medically, it is a viral upper  respiratory tract  infection caused by different types of viruses. The rhino virus is the most common virus which causes cold in most of the cases. Colds are the most frequent infectious disease which affects human body. According to a study , an average man gets affected 4-5 times annually whereas a child gets affected by as many 8 times annually by cold.



Side Effects :

The common side effect of ibuprofen is heartburn and rashes. It also increase the risks of :

Warning and Precautions:  

  • When any of its side effects occurs, than stop to use ibuprofen and call your doctor.
  • Check your blood pressure regularly and tell your doctor if the results are changes.
  • If you have any types of allergy, than tell to your doctor before taking medicine.
  • Visit to your doctor if you have a change in the amount of urine.
  • Use sunscreen or wear protective clothing when outdoors.
  • Must consult with your doctor before breast-feeding.
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